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Transport in Lithuania

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Transport in Lithuania relies mainly on road and rail networks. Lithuanian road system | image_notes = A1 near Kaunas (98-101 km) (2018): total: paved: unpaved: Highways Controlled-access highways sections There are two categories of controlled-access highways in Lithuania: expressways (Lithuanian: greitkeliai) with maximum speed 120 km/h and motorways (Lithuanian: automagistralės) with maximum speed 130 km/h. Motorway sections
  • A1 Kaunas – Klaipėda. Total length of the stretch: 195 km. The motorway ends for a short section near Sujainiai (Raseiniai district municipality) as the junction here is one-level and it is used by non-motorway vehicles. *A2 Vilnius – Panevėžys. Total length of the stretch: 114 km. *A5 Kaunas – Marijampolė. Total length of the stretch: 57 km. *A1 Kaunas – Vilnius. There length of the stretch: 55 km (Kaunas – Vievis) and 16 km (Vievis – Grigiškės).
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