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Highway M02 (Ukraine)

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Highway M02
Автошлях M02
Route information
Part of E101 E391
Length242.5 km (150.7 mi)
Major junctions
West end M01 near Kipti
East endRussian border at Bachivsk
Location
RegionsChernihiv Oblast, Sumy Oblast
Highway system
Roads in Ukraine
M02 road near Baturyn
M02 road near Baturyn

Highway M02 is a Ukraine international highway (M-highway) connecting the M01 near Kipti with Bachivsk on the border with Russia, where it continues as the M3 to Moscow.[1] The entire route is part of European route E101[2] and the section from Hlukhiv to the Russian border is part of European route E391.

The M02 stretches through both the Chernihiv Oblast and the Sumy Oblast and ends at the border checkpoint at Bachivsk which is part of Hlukhiv Raion. Route goes through several historical cities of the Cossack Ukraine of 17th century.

Route

Marker Main settlements Notes Highway Interchanges
0 km near Kipti E95/ E101 M01
Lykhachiv T2525
Zrub P67 • T2522
51 Yunist[a] western side P67
93 Borzna southern side T2524
Shapovalivka southern side T2523
Palchyky southern side T2531
126 Baturyn P61
Poliske T2516
168 Krolevets P60 • T1907 • T2503
208 Hlukhiv northern side P65
252 km Bachivsk / Border (Russia) E101/ E391Russia M3

Notes

  1. ^ near Nizhyn

See also

References

  1. ^ "International Highways of Ukraine". euro2012highway.blogspot.com (in Russian).
  2. ^ "European highways in Ukraine". euro2012highway.blogspot.com (in Russian).

External links

This page was last edited on 14 June 2020, at 15:33
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