Opened in 2004, the bridge is at the southern end of the A5 and crosses the Gulf of Corinth, providing an important connection between mainland Greece and the Peloponnese peninsula.

The first phase involved earthworks, technical works and building the road itself and related structures along the four sections. The dificult construction will be ready until 2012. The second phase of a two-phase EU-funded project to build a road linking Aktio and the A5 motorway, part of Western Greece’s main north-south road transport axis, is underway.

Most of it was completed by early 2017. Entrances and exits to the motorways are only provided at The naming system of motorways and National Roads is different. When completed, the road – the future A52 motorway – will be 48.5 km long and 17.5 m wide, with two traffic lanes running in each direction either side of a central reservation. All work not completed under phase one is to be done in phase two.Forming part of the Trans-European Transport Network, the road will connect the 1.5 km-long Aktio-Preveza undersea road tunnel – which runs under the mouth of the Ambracian Gulf and was the first undersea tunnel in Greece when it was finished in 2002 – at its north-western end with the A5 at its south-eastern end. The A52 is an important motorway for the tourist region of the Ambracian Gulf.

The A52 is an important Motorway for the Touristic-Region of the Golf of Amvrakia. The investment falls under the priority “Transport and energy networks”. Dátum: 2010. szeptember 28. With a population of in excess of 200 000, Patras is Greece’s third-largest city. In October 2018 the The route passes through most of western continental Greece, along the The A7 has recently undergone extensive improvement to full motorway standards. The whole sign is rubbish

The full length of this motorway is around 553 km or 346 miles, including 14 km or 8.7 miles of shared route with the Construction began in 2009, lasted 2 years and stopped in 2011 due to the The middle section between Xyniada and Trikala was inaugurated and opened to traffic on December 22, 2017.
There are a total of 10 main routes throughout the Greek mainland and Crete, from which some feature numerous branches/auxiliary routes, as described in the listing below. with Egnatia Motorway.

In July 2009 start the construction. Spirtzis of In the autumn of 2019, the tender for the electronic toll system was cancelled by the From March 2011, five (Attiki Odos SA, Aegean Motorway SA, Olympia Odos SA, Moreas SA, Gefyra SA) of the total of seven operating concessionaires of the Greek motorways are part of an interoperable network named "GRITS" (Greek Interoperable Toll Service), which allows drivers to travel along the participating motorways, passing from the electronic toll lanes, using a single In October 2019, it was agreed that the remaining two concessionaires (Nea Odos SA and Kentriki Odos SA), as well as the currently state-owned Egnatia Odos SA, would join the GRITS network. Sustainable transport & removing bottlenecks in network infrastructures There are a total of 10 main routes throughout the Greek mainland and Crete, from which some feature numerous branches/auxiliary routes, as described in the listing below.
Wth is BulgariJa.... Also that '5' should be in interrupted rectangle...no? Forrás: A feltöltő saját munkája Οδηγίες Μελετών Οδικών Εργων - � It should also bring about improvements in safety, resulting in fewer accidents and fatalities.Total investment for the project “Construction integration of Road Connection of Aktio area with the Western North-South Axis – PHASE B” is EUR 240 004 916, with the EU’s Cohesion Fund contributing EUR 120 775 590 through the “Transport Infrastructure, Environment and Sustainable Development” Operational Programme for the 2014-2020 programming period. It forms part of the European Motorway 55 (E55) from Antirio up to the flyover of Amvrakia (junction with highway 52 or A52), while from there up to its connection with the Egnatia Motorway in Pedini node will actually form the European road 951 (E951). For example, a typical motorway (highway) in Greece consists of six or four lanes (three or two lanes in each direction) plus an emergency lane, separated by a central barrier. The main contractor is Nea Odos, which has undertaken also a section Its construction should have been finished until 2012, however the ongoing crisis in the country has delayed its completion.