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European route E15

E15 shield

E15
Major junctions
North end: Inverness (United Kingdom)
South end: Algeciras (Spain)
Location
Countries:

 United Kingdom
 France

 Spain
Highway system
International E-road network

The European route E 15 is part of the United Nations international E-road network. It is a north-south "reference road", running from Inverness, Scotland south through England and France to Algeciras, Spain.[1] Along most of its route between Paris and London, the road parallels the LGV Nord (as the French A1 autoroute) and High Speed 1 (as the English M20 motorway).

Distances in this article are computed from www.viamichelin.co.uk.

United Kingdom (987 km)

Like all other E-roads, the E15 is not signed in the United Kingdom. It follows the following roads:

The E15 has a gap at the English Channel between Dover and Calais, France. There is a ferry link between Dover and Calais. The Eurotunnel Shuttle (using the Channel Tunnel) provides an alternative link via Folkestone.

France (1173 km)

In France, the E15 follows the following roads:

Spain (1273 km)

The Autopista AP-7 part of the E15 in Spain

In Spain, the route follows the following roads:

Motorways: AP-7

Non-motorway roads: N-II, N-332, and N-340

The route passes through or closely around the following major settlements:

The road at Benalmádena

GironaBarcelonaTarragonaCastellón de la PlanaValencia - AlicanteElcheMurciaAlmería - MotrilMálagaAlgeciras

References

  1. ^ European Agreement on Main International Traffic Arteries, 5 April 2002

External links

  • http://www.elbruz.org/eroads/E15.htm

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