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List of highways in Portugal

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of highways in Portugal. The Portuguese highway system is well spread out over the country. As well as the following roads it includes many national 2 lane roads.

Autoestrada (motorway/freeway)

Motorway Direction Route
A1 north/south Lisbon to Porto
A2 north/south Lisbon to Faro
A3 north/south Porto to the Spanish border in the direction of Vigo
A4 east/west Porto to Bragança and to the Spanish border in the direction of Zamora
A5 east/west Lisbon to Cascais
A6 east/west Begins when the A2 makes a downward turn and goes to the Spanish border by Elvas
A7 east/west Póvoa de Varzim to Vila Pouca de Aguiar
A8 north/south Lisbon to Leiria
A9 north/south Oeiras to Alverca, it is also the outer-loop of the Lisbon Area.
A10 north/south A9 to connect to A13
A11 north/south Braga to Guimarães
A12 east/west Loures to Setúbal
A13 north/south Setúbal to Santarém
A14 east/west Coimbra to Figueira da Foz
A15 east/west Santarém to Peniche
A17 north/south Aveiro - Marinha Grande/A8
A22 east/west Algarve coast through Faro
A23 L shaped from the A1 by Torres Novas to Guarda
A24 north/south Viseu to Chaves and on to the Spain border
A25 east/west Aveiro to Vilar Formoso through Viseu & Guarda
A27 east/west Viana do Castelo to Ponte de Lima
A28 north/south Porto to Viana do Castelo
A29 north/south highway Porto to Ovar but is expected to continue to hug the coast until Aveiro
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A43
A44
A45
A46
A47
A48
VRI

Itinerário principal (principal itinerary)

Number Direction Route
IP1 north\south designated as A3, A1, A12, A2 and A22; Valenca to Vila Real de Santo Antonio through Oporto, Lisbon and Faro
IP2 north\south Faro to Bragança
IP3 north\south designated partially as A14&A24 and as itself from Coimbra to Viseu
IP4 west\east A4 and the remaining road to Bragança and Spain
IP5 west\east designated as A25
IP6 west\east designated as A23
IP7 west\east designated as A6
IP8 west\east Ficalho to Sines, through Beja
IP9 west\east designated as A27

Itinerário complementar (complementary itinerary)

Number Direction Route
IC1 north\south Albufeira to Setúbal then on to Lisbon and Spain
IC2 north\south designated as N1
IC3 north\south Entroncamento to the IC8
IC4 L shape extension of A22 to run to Aljezur and as its own road to Sines
IC5 west\east designated as A7
IC6 west\east Santa Comba Dão to Celorico da Beira
IC7 east/west Penacova to Oliveira do Hospital
IC8 east/west Pombal to Vila Velha de Rodao
IC9 west\east Alcobaça to Tomar
IC10 west\east Santarém to Estremoz - designated as A13
IC11 west\east Torres Vedras to Marateca
IC12 north/south Sta. Comba Dao to Nelas
IC13 east/west western Setúbal to Alcochete and then in another chunk from Mora to Ponte de Sor and in yet another chunk from Portalegre to Valencia de Alcántara in Spain
IC14 west\east Barcelos to Braga - designated as A11
IC15 west\east Lisbon to Cascais - designated as A5
IC16 west\east Bairro Da Coopalme to Idanha - designated in part as A16
IC17 inner loop CRIL inner loop of the Lisbon Area - designated as A36
IC18 outer loop CREL outer loop of the Lisbon area - designated as A9
IC19 west\east Ranholas to Bucara - designated as A37
IC20 west\east Almada to Costa da Caparica - designated as A38
IC21 north\south Vila Amélia to Barreiro - designated as A39
IC22 north\south Olival Basto to Montemor- designated as A40
IC23 Inner loop Oporto Ponte da Arrábida to Oporto Ponte de Freixo - as A1\A20\A44
IC24 outer loop Oporto outer loop Espinho to Perafita - designated as A41
IC25
IC26
IC27 north\south Trindade to Monte Francisco
IC28 west\east Real Baixo to Lama
IC29 west\east Bonjoia to Covelo - designated as A43
IC30 west\east Bairro Da Alegria to Bairro Da Coopalme - designated as part of A16
IC31
IC32 west\east Caparica to Vale Da Resina - designated as A33

Estrada nacional (national road)

Estrada regional (regional road)

Estrada municipal (municipal road)

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