M7 highway (Russia)

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Federal Highway M7
Федеральная автомобильная дорога M7
Volga Highway
Route information
Part of E22 E017
Length1,342 km (834 mi)
Major junctions
West endMoscow
East endUfa
Highway system
Russian Federal Highways
M5M8

The Russian Route M7 (also known as the Volga Highway) is a major trunk road running from Moscow through Vladimir and Nizhny Novgorod to Kazan in Tatarstan and Ufa in Bashkortostan. It generally follows the route of the historic Vladimirka road and, to a large extent, forms part of the European route E22.

Major junctions[edit]

Federal subject District Location km Destinations Notes
Moscow 16 Moscow Ring Road Interchange
Moscow Oblast Obukhovo 43 R109 – Losino-Petrovsky, Monino, Elektrougli Interchange is under construction[1]
Bogorodsky 53 A107 – Elektrostal, Noginsk Interchange
62 A113 Interchange
84 A108 – Sergiyev Posad Interchange
Vladimir Oblast Sobinsky 165 17A-2Koloksha, Dvoriki
Sudogodsky 189 R132 / 17R-1Vladimir, Gus-Khrustalny, Murom, Diveyevo Interchange
Kovrovsky 246 17K-1Seninskiye Dvoriki, Kovrov, Shuya, Kineshma
Gorokhovetsky 324 17K-2Murom, Muromsky Zakaznik [ru]
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Dzerzhinsk 399 22K-0101 – Nizhny Novgorod Interchange
? 22N-5018 – Strigino Airport Interchange
? R158 – Nizhny Novgorod, Arzamas, Saransk
? 22K-0007
472 22K-0162

Route[edit]

M7 highway in Balashikha, Moscow Oblast.
A bridge over Klyazma river in the area of the village of Penkino in Vladimir Oblast.
0 km — Moscow Ring Road
35 km — Elektrostal and Noginsk
65 km — Malaya Dubna near Orekhovo-Zuyevo
Vladimir Oblast
81 km — Pokrov
130 km — Lakinsk
158 km — Yuryevets
162 km — Vladimir
225 km — a branch to Kovrov
273 km — Vyazniki
313 km — Gorokhovets
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
397 km — crossing the Oka River in Nizhny Novgorod (over the Myza Bridge)
430 km — Kstovo
463 km — Rabotki
491 km — Lyskovo
544 km — Vorotynets
Chuvash Republic
634 km — crossing the Vyatka Highway in Cheboksary
679 km — Tsivilsk
Tatarstan
761 km — crossing the Volga River in Zelenodolsk
809 km — Kazan
969 km — crossing the Vyatka River in Mamadysh
1024 km — Yelabuga
1044 km — crossing the Kama River in Naberezhnye Chelny
Bashkortostan
1134 km — Verkhneyarkeyevo
1230 km — Kushnarenkovo
1280 km — Ufa, M5

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Строительство развязки на трассе М7 в подмосковном пос. Обухово планируют завершить в конце 2020 г." news.rambler.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 24 May 2020.