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A331 highway (Russia)

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Federal Highway A331
Федеральная автомобильная дорога A331
Route information
Length1,166 km (725 mi)
Major junctions
West endMirny
East endYakutsk
Highway system
Russian Federal Highways
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A bridge over Tyukyan River (the 702nd km)
A bridge over Malaya Botuobuya River (the 1151st km of the highway)[1]

The A331 Highway, also known as the Vilyuy Highway, is a highway in Russia connecting Yakutsk to the Siberian city of Mirny, the highway is 1,166 km (724 mi), the road is paved for first 31 mi from Yakutsk.[2]

Major junctions

Name of town/road Mi Km
Sergelyakhskoyle Shosse 0 0
Berdigestyakh 109 177
Vilyuysk 353 569
Verkhnevilyuysk 403 650
Zharkhan 464 748
Suntar 590 950
98K-015 715 1151
Mirny 724 1166


  1. ^ "A bridge across the Malaya Botuobuya River built by a subdivision of RNG was opened in Yakutia". Retrieved 8 January 2021.
  2. ^ "Vilyui Highway, a muddy nightmare". dangerousroads. Retrieved 16 July 2020.[unreliable source?]
This page was last edited on 18 February 2021, at 02:21
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