D60 road

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D60 state road shield

D60 state road
Route information
Length 66.1 km (41.1 mi)
Major junctions
From Državna cesta D1.svg D1 in Brnaze
  Državna cesta D220.svg D220 in Trilj and south of Čaporice
Državna cesta D39.svg D39 in Cista Provo
To Vinjani Donji border crossing
Counties Split-Dalmatia
Major cities Trilj, Imotski
Highway system
State roads in Croatia
Imotski, on the D60 route
Blue Lake, near Imotski, just to the north of D60

D60 is a state road in Dalmatia region of Croatia connecting D1 state road in Brnaze to Vinjani Donji border crossing to Sovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina via Imotski. The road is 66.1 km (41.1 mi) long.[1]

The road also provides connections to numerous towns and cities in Dalmatian hinterland, most notably to Imotski, Cista Provo, Trilj either directly or via numerous roads connecting to D60. The road also serves traffic to and from other, numerous border crossings to Bosnia and Herzegovina in the area via several county roads connecting to the D60 state road.

The road, as well as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske ceste, a state-owned company.[2]

Traffic volume[edit]

Traffic is regularly counted and reported by Hrvatske ceste, operator of the road.[3] Substantial variations between annual (AADT) and summer (ASDT) traffic volumes are attributed to the fact that the road serves as a connection to A1 motorway and D1 state road carrying substantial tourist traffic.

D60 traffic volume
Road Counting site AADT ASDT Notes
Državna cesta D60.svg D60 5505 Trilj 6,096 8,041 The westernmost traffic counting site on D60.
Državna cesta D60.svg D60 5510 Cista Velika 2,640 3,161
Državna cesta D60.svg D60 5901 Lovreć 2,870 3,580
Državna cesta D60.svg D60 6001 Grubine 4,664 5,753
Državna cesta D60.svg D60 6012 Vinjani Donji 3,498 4,321 The easternmost traffic counting site on D60.

Road junctions and populated areas[edit]

D60 major junctions/populated areas
Type Slip roads/Notes
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Brnaze
Državna cesta D1.svg D1 to Sinj and Knin (to the north) and to Dugopolje interchange of A1 motorway and Split (to the south).
The western terminus of the road.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Turjaci
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6124 to Vojnić Sinjski
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Trilj
Državna cesta D220.svg D220 to Kamensko border crossing to Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina (to the north). D60 and D220 are concurrent to the east.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Čaporice
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Državna cesta D220.svg D220 to Bisko interchange of the A1 motorway (to the south). D60 and D220 are concurrent to the west.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Ugljane
Ž6149 to Strmec Dolac.
Ž6150 to Blato na Cetini.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Čista Velika
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6153 to Dobranje and Tijarica
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Cista Provo
Državna cesta D39.svg D39 to Aržano (to the north) and to Šestanovac interchange of the A1 motorway and Brela (to the south).
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Lovreć
Ž6155 to Studenci.
Ž6173 to Opanci.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6179 to Medovdolac and Grabovac.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Kljenovac
Ž6177 to Lokvičić.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Grubine
D76 to Makarska and Zagvozd interchange of the A1 motorway.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6186 to Podbablje.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6182 to Kamenmost, Zmijavci and Runovići.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž6157 to Glavina Donja and Proložac.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Imotski
Ž6156 to Ričice.
Ž6264 to Vinjani Gornji border crossing to Posušje, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Aiga immigration.svg Vinjani Donji border crossing to Sovići, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[4]


  1. ^ "Decision on categorization of public roads as state roads, county roads and local roads". Narodne novine (in Croatian). February 17, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004. 
  3. ^ "Traffic counting on the roadways of Croatia in 2009 - digest" (PDF). Hrvatske ceste. May 1, 2010. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 21, 2011. 
  4. ^ "Map of border crossings and customs office areas" (PDF). Customs Administration of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian). March 6, 2008.