M1 highway (Belarus)
|Length:||611 km (380 mi)|
|Northeast end:||Border of Russia|
|Major cities:||Brest, Baranavichy, Minsk, Borisov, Orsha|
|Roads in Belarus|
The M1 (Belarusian: Магістраль М1), Magistral Route Nr. 1, olimpijka (Russian: олимпийка)  is a main road crossing Belarus. It forms a part of European route E30 and is the most important road link in the country, connecting Moscow to the east with Poland and Western Europe.
Running from east to west, the road runs from the Russian frontier via Orsha, Barysaw, Minsk, the capital, and Baranovichi to the Polish frontier at Brest. It follows the country's main transit axis, running parallel with the main Warsaw-Minsk-Moscow railway line. Between Orsha (0,5 km west of intersection with P87 road) and Kobryn (M10), a stretch of approximately 505 kilometres (314 mi), the M1 is signed as expressway.
|0 km||Kazlovichy (border crossing)|
|262 km||Haradzeya, Niasvizh|
|387 km||Minsk, Minsk International Airport|
|611 km||Red'ky (border crossing)|