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Motorway 64 (Greece)

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A64 motorway shield

A64 motorway
Αυτοκινητόδρομος 64
A64 in red, rest of Attiki Odos in green
Route information
Length10 km (10 mi)
Major junctions
West endKatechaki Avenue
East endPallini
Location
RegionsAttica
Major citiesAthens
Highway system
Motorways in Greece

The Greek Motorway A64 (Greek: Αυτοκινητόδρομος 64), often referred to as the Hymettus Peripheral Road (Περιφερειακός Υμηττού) is a branch of the main A6 route in the Attiki Odos motorway network. It is named after the Hymettus mountain range it partly encircles.

Serving parts of eastern Athens, it is also expected to be extended further southwards following the Hymettus to Vouliagmeni, and further eastwards towards Rafina.

Notes
      Under construction
      Planned
Regional unit Exit Name Destinations Notes/Also as
Athens Argyroupoli-Vouliagmenis
GR-EO-80.svg
GR-80
Planned
Argyroupoli-Kyprou Planned
Planned motorway extension
Y1 Katehaki Interchange Katechaki Avenue
Y2 Papagou
Y3 Dimokritos
Y4 Agia Paraskevi Interchange
Autokinetodromos A621 number.svg
A621
East Attica Y6 Glyka Nera
GR-EO-89.svg
GR-89
Y7/16 Leontario [el] Interchange
Autokinetodromos A6 number.svg
A6
European Road 94 number DE.svg
E94
Y8 Pallini
Y9 Agios Gerasimos Planned
Planned motorway extension
Y10 Pikermi
GR-EO-54.svg
GR-54
Planned

Source: Attiki Odos,[1] Motorway Exitlists[2]

References

  1. ^ "Maps of Junctions". Attiki Odos. Retrieved 21 February 2015.
  2. ^ "Exit list A642". Motorway Exitlists. Retrieved 21 February 2015.

External links

This page was last edited on 21 October 2019, at 15:09
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