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Peru Highway 1

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Peru Highway 1
Carretera Panamericana
Route information
Maintained by Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Length2,576 mi (4,146 km)
Major junctions
FromAguas Verdes, Tumbes, Peru
ToSanta Rosa Border Post, Tacna, Peru
Major citiesTumbes, Sullana, Piura, Chiclayo, Trujillo, Chimbote, Lima, Ica, Arequipa, Moquegua, Tacna
Highway system
Highways of Peru

Peru Highway 1, most widely known as Carretera Panamericana, is the most important highway in Peru.

This road is the Peruvian portion of the Pan-American Highway. It runs north-south through the whole length of the country and connects all major cities in the country's coastal area.

The northern terminus of the highway is located in Aguas Verdes (Tumbes Region) at the border with Ecuador. Starting in this point, the highway is known as Carretera Panamericana Norte ("North Pan-American Highway") until it reaches a point located in central Lima, the country's capital.

Going south from this point, the highway is called Carretera Panamericana Sur ("South Pan-American Highway"), until it reaches the southern terminus, located in the Santa Rosa Border Post, in the Tacna Region at the border with Chile.


The Carretera Panamericana crosses Peru from south to north over a distance of 4,256 miles. Going north from the border with Chile, it passes through the Tacna Region, the Moquegua Region, the Arequipa Region, the Ica Region, the Lima Region, the Lima Province, the Ancash Region, the La Libertad Region, the Lambayeque Region, the Piura Region, and the Tumbes Region at the Ecuadorian border.

This page was last edited on 7 November 2018, at 00:36
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