Strada statale 131 Charles Felix
|Strada statale 131|
|Maintained by ANAS|
|Length:||229.232 km (142.438 mi)|
|Existed:||May 17, 1928 – present|
|Strada statale 131 Diramazione Centrale Nuorese|
|Major cities:||Porto Torres, Sassari, Macomer, Oristano, Cagliari|
|Strade Statali of Italy|
The Strada statale 131 (SS131), is the major road in Sardinia, Italy. It is a freeway that connects the towns of Porto Torres and Cagliari via Sassari, Macomer and Oristano. At 229 km, it is considered the “spinal cord” of Sardinia.
It is a part of the E25 European route.
The infrastructure was modernized under fascism, and in the 1970s was rebuilt, becoming a Superstrada (Dual carriageway), some stretches are classified a second category extra-urban road, and the speed limit is 90 km/h, while other ones are considered first category extra-urban road with higher speed limits (110 km/h).
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