Description: Road map of Russia with road routes from cities to towns, road intersections / exit roads in regions, provinces, prefectures, also with routes leading to neighboring countries.
Russia with its very large land density has smaller roads when compared with other European countries. Car drivers in Russian Federation drive on the right and overtake on the left hand side of the road.
The Russian federal motorway has the following motorways:
M2 is a Motorway road network connecting Moscow in the North with Crimea in the South bypassing Tula, Oryol, Kursk and Belgorod.
M4 “Don” highway is a major Russian expressway and one of busiest roads in the country, connecting Moscow to Voronezh, Rostov-na-Donu and Krasnodar.
M5 is a Russian M5 Ural Federal Highway an European route E30 road, starting from Moscow to the Ural mountains.
M8 A road known as Kholmogory Highway, also under the name “Yaroslavl highway” is a major road connecting from the capital city of Moscow to the Northern part of the country.
M9 The road M 9 is a long trunk motorway that connects the capital city of Russia with the Latvian border in the western part of the country.
M10 is a federal road in Russia connecting one of Russia most 2 important cities which are Moscow and St. Petersburg.
M11 is a Moscow to St. Petersburg road which is a 650km long toll motorway under construction.
P-384 is a regional road in Russia passing through Tver, Bezhetsk, Krasnyy Kholm, Vesegonsk and up to Ustyuzhna.
P-246 is also a regional road from Bugul'ma to Buguruslan connecting Busuluk to the border with Kazakhstan. .
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