Contents 1 Differences between autopista and autovía 2 State-managed motorways 2.1 Interurban motorways 2.2 Beltways, city accesses and urban highways 3 Regional-managed motorways 3.1 Andalusia 3.2 Aragon 3.3 Asturias 3.4 Balearic Islands 3.5 Basque Country 3.6 Canary Islands 3.7 Castile-La Mancha 3.8 Castile and León 3.9 Cantabria 3.10 Catalonia 3.11 Extremadura 3.12 Galicia 3.13 La Rioja 3.14 Madrid 3.15 Murcia 3.16 Navarre 3.17 Valencian Community 4 References

Differences between autopista and autovía[edit] The distinction between two kinds of high capacity roads is mainly a historical one, seldom with practical consequences for most but the oldest motorways. Both kinds are divided highways with full access control and at least two lanes per direction. General speed limits for both are mandated by the Spanish Traffic Law as 60–120 km/h (35–75 mph), though there are groups that ask for the latter to be raised to 140 km/h (85 mph).[2] Specific limits may be imposed based on road, meteorologic or traffic conditions. Autopistas are specifically reserved for automobile travel, so all vehicles not able to sustain at least 60 km/h (35 mph) are banned from them. Thus, they may not be an upgrade to an older road, since the Spanish legislation requires an alternate route to be provided for such vehicles. Many, but not all, autopistas are toll roads, which also mandates an alternate toll-free route (though not necessarily a freeway) under the Spanish laws. An example is the AP-2 toll autopista, which links Zaragoza with Barcelona through the Monegros desert. In this case, the alternative is the N-II, the national road that preceded the A-2 autovía. On the other hand, autovías are usually (though not always) upgrades from older roads, and never toll roads. In general, slow vehicles like bicycles and agricultural machinery are allowed under certain restrictions so as to not disrupt the traffic excessively or cause any danger. Furthermore, an autovía will most likely follow the original road very closely, only deviating from it to avoid direct penetration into towns (which are looped around in variantes). Thus, the upgraded road usually serves as the base for one of the two directions of the new autovía, which means the turns can be steeper than in autopistas. All in all, an autovía: Allows traffic banned from an autopista, like bicycles. However, if the autovía is built as a new road instead of an upgrade to an older one, this traffic may be banned too. May have little to no shoulders, which are then marked with a solid line instead of the broken line of a transitable shoulder. May have acceleration and deceleration lanes that are much shorter than those of autopistas. May have tighter turns and steeper gradients than an autopista is allowed. If space-constrained, it may even have bus stops on a service lane in the autovía itself, as opposed to requiring them to be placed on a service lane physically separated from the main road. However, most of the situations listed here only apply to the oldest autovías, and mainly to the radial A-1 through A-6 plus the A-42 near their endpoints, which were the first to be twinned in the 60s into dual carriageways (with at-level intersections) and then were upgraded to limited-access freeways in the 70s-80s, keeping most of their old route unchanged except where the old national road ventured into towns. In those cases, the freeway would make a semi-loop called a variante around the town, leaving the old national road as the access between the freeway and the town. New autovías usually have perfectly normal acceleration and deceleration lanes, very safe turns and transitable shoulders. Thus, the practical difference between a "new" autovía and a generic autopista is mainly the frequency of exits, which is usually higher in an autovía - upgraded from an old road with many crosses - than in a new, purpose-designed autopista with fewer preconditions imposed on it. The M-40 autopista is one of the beltways serving Madrid. It is one of the few non-toll autopistas of significant length The A-5 autovía near Navalcarnero, Madrid. Note the mostly nonexistent acceleration lane in the road joining from the bottom right Modern autovías such as the A-66 near Guillena, Seville, offer most, if not all, features that are required by an autopista

State-managed motorways[edit] Most of the high capacity roads in Spain are under the authority of the General Roads Directorate (Sp. Dirección General de Carreteras) of the Ministry of Public Works, a department of the central Government of Spain, with the exceptions of Navarre and the Basque Country, the only autonomous communities which have been transferred full powers over all roads in their territories. Usually, the DGC manages all road maintenance, but in the case of the tolled autopistas, the management is commonly delegated to the concessionaire company. Traditionally, purpose-built autopistas or autovías were assigned names starting with A plus one or two numbers describing their general orientation, while upgraded autovías kept their original names. Thus, the freeway that is currently known as A-5 was still reported as N-V in road signs for years after the upgrade was completed, making it difficult for drivers to know in advance which roads had become autovías. However, in 2003 all Spanish motorways were uniformly renamed with the following criteria: Interurban motorways are named "A-" plus two numbers, except for the six radial roads stemming from Madrid which are named A-1 through A-6. An exception to this naming rule is the radial autopistas R-2 through R-5 Beltways are named with a one or two letter code identifying the city they orbit, plus two digits indicative of the general distance. For example, the M-50 is further from the city of Madrid than the M-40. City access motorways are named similarly to beltways, like TO-21 for a freeway leaving the A-40 towards Toledo. Tolled roads add a "P" before the dash, and must be clearly identified as such in road signs. All such names are posted in white letters on blue background, like:  A-49  or  AP-4 . Note that none of these naming and coloring requisites affect roads under the authority of the Autonomous Communities. For example, the A-8 road in the Basque Country is a tolled autopista, as are the C-16, C-32 and C-33 in Catalonia. Other communities such as Madrid do follow the convention, and have names as MP-203 for a tolled road and M-501 for a free autovía. Furthermore, roads under the authority of the Andalusian government also start with A, but they have longer numeric codes and different coloring. Interurban motorways[edit] Map of Spanish autovias and autopistas (2011) The roads listed below form the backbone of the Spanish high capacity network, connecting all provincial capitals and other major towns and destinations. Until recently, the network suffered from a high radiality, which collapsed the several Madrid beltways and the roads into the city and region. Since the 2000s, an effort to improve the situation was made based on two actions: Build a new set of radial autopistas (named R-n instead of A-n) complementary to the old radial autovías near Madrid. Such tolled autopistas would form a new system of accesses to the capital that merges with their autovía counterparts far from Madrid. The main advantage to these roads is that they allow true fast travel from the first kilometre, while the radial autovías near Madrid (among the oldest autovía stretches in Spain) frequently go through populations, have constant entries and exits and suffer several other conditions which both jam them and make their first kilometres limited to speeds well under the normal 120 km/h (75 mph) limit. Invest heavily in de-radialization efforts that create true cross-country high-capacity axes without passing through Madrid. For example, the A-66 (Autovía Ruta de la Plata) which connects the southern Andalusia with the northwest area of the country, or the A-43 which will connect the western Extremadura region with the east of Spain. Signal Denomination Itinerary[3]  A-1  Autovía del Norte Madrid (M-30, M-40) — Alcobendas/San Sebastián de los Reyes (M-12) — M-50 — El Molar (R-1) — Aranda de Duero (A-11) — Burgos West (BU-30) — AP-1 — Burgos Northeast (BU-30) — N-I/AP-1  R-1  Autopista Radial 1 Madrid (M-12) — † — M-50 — † — El Molar (A-1)  AP-1  Autopista del Norte Burgos (A-1) — N-I/A-1 — Briviesca — Pancorbo — Miranda de Ebro (AP-68) — Armiñón (N-I/A-1)  A-2  Autovía del Nordeste Madrid (M-30, M-40, M-22) — Coslada/San Fernando de Henares — Torrejón de Ardoz (M-50) — Alcalá de Henares (M-203/M-100) — Guadalajara (R-2) — Medinaceli (A-15) — Zaragoza (Z-40, A-68) — AP-2 Fraga — AP-2 — Lleida (A-22, LL-11) — Cervera (C-25) — Martorell (AP-7) — B-23 — L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (B-10) Tordera (C-32) — * — Caldes de Malavella — Fornells de la Selva — † — Girona — † — Figueres — † — France  R-2  Autopista Radial 2 Madrid (M-40)—M-50—Guadalajara A-2  AP-2  Autopista del Nordeste Zaragoza—Lleida—El Vendrell  A-3  Autovía del Este Madrid (M-30)—Atalaya del Cañavate—Valencia  R-3  Autopista Radial 3 Madrid (M-30)—Arganda del Rey (A-3)—*—Tarancón(A-3)  A-4  Autovía del Sur Madrid (M-30)—Córdoba—Seville, Jerez de la Frontera—A-48  R-4  Autopista Radial 4 Madrid (M-50)—Aranjuez—Ocaña (A-4/A-40/AP-36)  AP-4  Autopista del Sur Seville—Cádiz  A-5  Autovía del Suroeste Madrid (M-30)—Talavera de la Reina—Navalmoral de la Mata(EX-A-1)—Trujillo(A-58)—Mérida—Badajoz—Portugal  R-5  Autopista Radial 5 Madrid (M-40)—Navalcarnero (A-5)  A-6  Autovía del Noroeste Madrid—Villalba, Adanero—Tordesillas—Benavente—Lugo—A Coruña  AP-6  Autopista del Noroeste Villalba—Adanero  A-7  Autovía del Mediterráneo Puçol—Valencia—Silla, Crevillent—Murcia—Almería—Motril—Málaga—Algeciras  AP-7  Autopista del Mediterráneo France—La Jonquera—Girona—Barcelona—Tarragona—Puçol, Silla—Alicante, Crevillent—Cartagena—Vera, Málaga—Guadiaro  A-8  Autovía del Cantábrico Bilbao—Castro Urdiales—Laredo—Torrelavega—Llanes—Villaviciosa—Gijón—Avilés—Luarca—Navia—Ribadeo—Mondoñedo—Vilalba—Baamonde  AP-9  Autopista del Atlántico Ferrol—A Coruña—Santiago—Pontevedra—Vigo—Tui (A-55)  A-11  Autovía del Duero Soria–*–Aranda de Duero—*—Valladolid–Tordesillas—Toro—Zamora—*—Portugal  A-12  Autovía del Camino de Santiago Pamplona—Logroño—*—Burgos  A-13  Autovía A-13 Acceso Sureste-Nordeste de Logroño—*—Soria  A-14  Autovía A-14 Lleida—*—Vielha—*—France  A-15  Autovía de Navarra Medinaceli—Soria—*—Tudela—Tafalla-Pamplona—Irurtzun—Villabona-Andoain-Hernani-Donostia/San Sebastián  A-21  Autovía del Pirineo Pamplona—*—Jaca  A-22  Autovía Huesca-Lleida Lleida—Monzón—Barbastro—*—Huesca  A-23  Autovía Mudéjar Sagunto—Teruel—Zaragoza—Huesca—*—Somport—*—France  A-24  Autovía Daroca-Burgos Daroca—*—Calatayud—*—Soria—*—Burgos  A-25  Autovía A-25 Alcolea—Monreal  A-26  Autovía del Eje Pirenaico Besalú—Olot  A-27  Autovía Tarragona-Lleida Tarragona—*—Montblanc  A-28  Autovía de la Alcarria Guadalajara—Tarancón  A-30  Autovía de Murcia Albacete (A-31)—Murcia—Cartagena  A-31  Autovía de Alicante Atalaya del Cañavate (A-3)—La Roda—Albacete—Almansa—Alicante  A-32  Autovía Linares-Albacete Bailén—*—Linares—*—Albacete  A-33  Autovía Cieza-Font de la Figuera Cieza—Jumilla—*—Yecla—*—Font de la Figuera  A-34  Autovía A-34 L'Hospitalet de l'Infant—*—Vila-Seca  A-35  Autovía Almansa-Xàtiva Almansa (A-31)—Xàtiva (A-7)  AP-36  Autopista Ocaña-La Roda Ocaña (A-4/R-4)—Quintanar de la Orden—La Roda (A-31)  AP-37  Autopista Alicante-Murcia Alicante—Murcia  A-40  Autovía de Castilla-La Mancha Ávila—*—Maqueda—Toledo—*—Ocaña—Tarancón—Cuenca—*—Teruel  AP-41  Autopista AP-41 Madrid (R-5)—Toledo, Almadén—*—Espiel  A-42  Autovía de Toledo Madrid—Toledo  A-43  Autovía Extremadura-Comunidad Valenciana Mérida—*—Ciudad Real—Manzanares—Villarrobledo—Atalaya del Cañavate (A-3)  A-44  Autovía de Sierra Nevada Bailén (A-4)—Jaén—Granada—Motril (A-7)  A-45  Autovía de Málaga Córdoba (A-4)—Antequera—Málaga (A-7)  AP-46  Autopista AP-46 Puerto de las Pedrizas (A-45)—Málaga (A-7)  A-48  Autovía A-48 Cádiz—Algeciras  A-49  Autovía del Quinto Centenario Seville—Huelva—Ayamonte—Portugal  A-50  Autovía de la Cultura Ávila–Salamanca  AP-51  Conexión Ávila Villacastín (AP-6)–Ávila  A-52  Autovía de las Rías Bajas Benavente–Ourense–O Porriño (A-55)  AP-53  Autopista Central Gallega Ourense–Santiago  A-54  Autovía A-54 Lugo–*–Santiago  A-55  Autovía del Atlántico Vigo–O Porriño–Tui–Portugal  A-56  Autovía A-56 Guntín de Pallares–*–Ourense  A-57  Autovía A-57 A Cañiza–*–Pontevedra  A-58  Autovía Trujillo - Cáceres Trujillo (A-5)–Cáceres  A-59  Autovía A-59 —  A-60  Autovía A-60 Valladolid–*–León  AP-61  Conexión Segovia San Rafael (AP-6)–Segovia  A-62  Autovía de Castilla Burgos–Valladolid–Salamanca–Fuentes de Oñoro–Portugal  A-63  Autovía A-63 Oviedo–La Espina  A-64  Autovía A-64 Villaviciosa–Oviedo  A-65  Autovía A-65 Benavente–*–Palencia  A-66  Autovía Ruta de la Plata Northern span: Gijón (A-8) — AS-II — Oviedo (A-66a, A-63) — AP-66/N-630 Southern span: La Robla (N-630) — † — León (AP-66/AP-71, A-231) — Benavente (A-52/A-6) — Zamora (A-11) — Salamanca (A-62) — Plasencia (EX-A1) — Cáceres — Mérida (A-5) — Seville (SE-30)  AP-66  Autopista Ruta de la Plata Campomanes (A-66/N-630) — León (A-66/AP-71)  A-67  Autovía Cantabria-Meseta Santander–Torrelavega–Reinosa—Aguilar de Campóo—Palencia–Venta de Baños  AP-68  Autopista Vasco-aragonesa Bilbao–Miranda de Ebro-Logroño–Tudela-Zaragoza  AP-69  Autopista Dos Mares Cantabria–*–Pancorbo–*–Haro  AP-71  Autopista León - Astorga León (A-66/AP-66/LE-30)–Astorga (A-6)  A-72  Autovía A-72 Monforte de Lemos–*–Chantada  A-73  Autovía A-73 Burgos–*–Aguilar de Campoo  A-74  Autovía A-74 Almadén–*–Autovía A-43  A-75  Autovía Verín - Frontera Portuguesa Verín (A-52)–Portugal  A-76  Autovía A-76 Ponferrada–*–Ourense  A-78  Autovía A-78 Crevillent–Elche  A-79  Autovía A-79 Alicante–Elche  A-80  Autovía del Sella Ribadesella–*–Cangas de Onís  A-91  Autovía A-91 Puerto Lumbreras–Vélez Rubio *: in construction — †: planned Beltways, city accesses and urban highways[edit] Most beltways, full or partial, have originated from the upgrading of one or several roads reaching the town to the autovía level, as the several variantes looping around the town were joined in a single beltway that received a new naming such as TO-20 or Z-40. The list below only contains roads that are recognized as autovías or autopistas for at least part of its length, thus disqualifying urban arteries with at-grade intersections or unrestricted direct access to the main lanes, which are better represented by the dual carriageway concept. Region Signal Type Denomination Itinerary A Coruña  AC-10  Urban highway Autovía AC-10 AC-11—AC-12  AC-11  Urban highway Autovía AC-11 Avda. Alfonso Molina  AC-12  Access road Autovía AC-12 San Pedro de Nos (N-VI)—A Coruña docks  AC-14  Access road Southern access from A-6 A-6—A Coruña Alicante  A-70  Partial beltway Circunvalacion de Alicante Campello (AP-7)—Elche (A-7)  A-77  Access road North east route to Alicante Alicante (A-70)—A-7 Almería  AL-12  Access road Eastern access to Almería El Toyo (A-7)—Airport—Almería  AL-14  Access road Almería docks access A-7—Almería docks Ávila  A-51  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Ávila AP-51—N-110 Avilés  AI-81  Access road Eastern access to Avilés A-8—Avilés Barcelona  B-10  Urban highway Ronda Litoral —  B-20  Urban highway Ronda de Dalt —  B-21  Access road Second access to Barcelona Airport *  B-22  Access road Access to Barcelona Airport C-32—C-31—Barcelona Airport  B-23  Access road Autovía B-23 Molins de Rei (AP-2, AP-7)—B-20—Avda. Diagonal  B-24  Access road Autovía B-24 Vallirana (N-340)—Molins de Rei (A-2)  B-30  Urban highway Calzadas laterales AP-7 Molins de Rei (A-2)—C-58  B-40  Partial beltway Autovía Orbital de Barcelona Abrera (AP-7)—La Roca del Vallés (C-60) Burgos  BU-11  Access road Autovía BU-11 A-1,BU-30—Burgos  BU-30  Beltway Circunvalación de Burgos A-1 Madrid—A-62—A-231—*—N-623—A-1 Vitoria—AP-1 Cádiz  CA-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Jerez de la Frontera Cádiz Airport (A-4)—A-480—N-IVa—*—A-381  CA-31  Access road Northern access to El Puerto de Santa María A-4—El Puerto de Santa María  CA-32  Access road Southern access to El Puerto de Santa María AP-4—El Puerto de Santa María  CA-33  Access road Autovía CA-33 Cádiz—San Fernando (A-4, A-48)  CA-34  Access road Autovía CA-34 San Roque (A-7)—La Línea de la Concepción—Gibraltar  CA-35  Access road Autovía CA-35 Puerto Real (AP-4)—Cádiz Cartagena  CT-31  Access road Western access to Cartagena AP-7 (815)—Cartagena  CT-32  Access road Eastern access to Cartagena A-30—AP-7 (800)  CT-33  Access road Access to Cartagena docks A-30—Cartagena docks  CT-34  Access road Access to Escombreras A-30—Escombreras Valley industrial area Castellón de la Plana  CS-22  Access road Access to Castellón docks N-340—Castellón docks Córdoba  CO-31  Partial beltway Ronda Norte N-432—A-4 Cuenca  CU-11  Access road Autovía CU-11 A-40—Cuenca (Avda. República Argentina) Elche  EL-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Elche A-7—CV-85 Gijón  GJ-81  Access road Autopista GJ-81 A-8—Calle de Sanz Crespo Granada  GR-14  Access road Western access to Motril port A-7—Motril port  GR-16  Access road Eastern access to Motril port A-7—Motril port  GR-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Granada A-44—A-92—*—N-432—*—GR-43—*—A-92G—*—A-44  GR-43  Access road North-western access to Granada Pinos Puente (N-432)—*—Granada (A-92G) Huelva  H-30  Partial beltway Autovía H-30 N-441—H-31—Huelva docks (N-442)  H-31  Access road Autovía H-31 A-49—Huelva (H-30) Jaén  J-12  Access road Northern access to Jaén A-316—Jaén León  LE-12  Access road Autovía LE-12 LE-30—LE-20  LE-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de León A-66—N-630—LE-12 Lleida  LL-11  Access road Eastern access to Lleida A-2—Lleida (LL-12)  LL-12  Access road Southern access to Lleida AP-2—Lleida (LL-11) Logroño  LO-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Logroño AP-68—N-232 Lugo  LU-11  Access road Autovía LU-11 A-6—Lugo Madrid  M-11  Access road Western access to Barajas Airport M-30—M-40—M-12—M-14  M-12  Access road Eje Aeropuerto M-40—M-11—Airport terminal 4—A-1  M-13  Access road Autovía M-13 M-14—M-12  M-14  Access road Southern access to Barajas Airport M-40—A-2—Airport terminals 1, 2, 3—M-13  M-21  Access road Autovía M-21 M-40—M-14—M-22—M-216—M-50  M-23  Access road Enlace O'Donnell—R-3 Madrid (O'Donnell St.)—M-30—R-3—M-40  M-30 [4] Urban highway Calle 30 A-1/M-11—A-2—M-23—A-3—A-4—A-42—A-5—M-500—A-6—M-40—M-607—A-1/M-11  M-31  Access road Autovía M-31 M-40—M-45—M-50  M-40  Beltway Autopista de Circunvalación M-40 A-1—R-2—M-11—M-12—A-2/M-21/M-14—M-201—M-23/R-3—A-3—M-31—A-4—A-42—R-5—M-45—A-5—M-501—M-503—A-6—M-30—M-607—A-1  M-50  Beltway Autopista de Circunvalación M-50 A-1—R-2—M-111—A-2—M-21—M-206—M-45—R-3—A-3—M-31—M-301—A-4—R-4—A-42—M-409—M-407—R-5—M-506—A-5—M-501—M-503—M-505—A-6—*—M-607—*—A-1 Málaga  MA-21  Access road Autovía de Torremolinos Torremolinos (A-7) — Málaga Airport — Málaga  MA-24  Access road Eastern access to Málaga Rincón de la Victoria (A-7) — N-340 — MA-113 — Málaga (A-7)  MA-40  Partial beltway Hiperronda de Málaga Torremolinos (A-7) — * — A-404 — * — A-357 — * — AP-46 — * — Málaga (A-7) Murcia  MU-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Murcia Murcia (A-30) — N-340a — A-7 — C-415  RM-1  Regional Road Santomera-San Javier San Javier AP-7 — RM-301 — Santomera RM-301 — A-30 Oviedo  O-11  Access road Eastern access to Oviedo A-66 — Oviedo (Ronda Sur)  O-12  Access road Western access to Oviedo A-66 — Oviedo (León Avenue)  A-66a  Access road Autovía A-66a A-66 — Oviedo (Gen. Elorza St.) Palencia  P-11  Access road Southern access to Palencia A-67 — Palencia (Madrid Avenue) Pontevedra  PO-10  Partial beltway Autovía PO-10 PO-11 — AP-9 — N-550  PO-11  Access road Access to Marín PO-10 — Marín (port) Puertollano  PT-10  Access road Northern access to Puertollano A-41 — Puertollano Salamanca  SA-11  Access road Northern access to Salamanca A-62/N-630 - N-620  SA-20  Partial beltway Southern Ring of Salamanca A-50 — A-66 Santander  S-10  Access road Eastern access to Santander A-8 — S-30 — CA-141 — N-635 — Santander Airport — A-67 — Santander (N-623, Castilla Avenue)  S-20  Access road Western access to Santander A-67 — S-30 — Santander (Constitución Avenue)  S-30  Beltway Santander Bay Ronda S-20 — A-67 — * — N-623 — * — S-10 Santiago de Compostela  SC-11  Access road Southern access to Santiago AP-53/AP-9 — SC-20  SC-20  Urban highway Autovía SC-20 N-550 — A-54 — AP-9 — SC-11  SC-21  Access road Access to Santiago Airport A-54 — Santiago de Compostela Airport Seville  SE-30  Urban highway Ronda de circunvalación SE-30 A-4 (North) — A-92 — A-396 — N-IV — A-4 (South) — A-8058 — A-49 — SE-20  SE-40  Beltway Ronda de circunvalación metropolitana * Soria  SO-20  Partial beltway Autovía SO-20 A-15 — N-122 — N-234 Tarragona  T-11  Urban highway Autovía Tarragona-Reus Tarragona (N-241) — A-7 — AP-7 — Reus Airport — C-14/T-315 — Reus (T-310) — N-420a Toledo  TO-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Toledo N-403a — TO-21 — A-42 — AP-41/TO-22  TO-21  Access road Western access to Toledo A-40 (West) — TO-20  TO-22  Access road Eastern access to Toledo TO-20 — AP-41 Valencia  V-11  Access road Access to Valencia Airport A-3 — Valencia Airport  V-21  Access road North-Eastern access to Valencia A-7/V-23 — CV-32 — Valencia (Ronda Nord)  V-23  Access road Access to Sagunto A-7/V-21 — A-23 — Sagunto  V-30  Urban highway Autovía V-30 CV-500 — V-31 — CV-36 — A-3 — CV-30 — V-11 — A-7  V-31  Access road Southern access to Valencia A-7 — V-30 Valladolid  VA-11  Access road Eastern access to Valladolid A-11 — VA-30 — Valladolid (Soria Avenue)  VA-21  Access road Southern access to Valladolid N-601 — VA-30 — VA-20 — Valladolid (Madrid Avenue)  VA-20  Partial beltway Ronda de Valladolid —  VA-30  Partial beltway Autovía VA-30 * Vigo  AP-9V  Access road Access to Vigo from AP-9 AP-9 — Vigo  VG-10  Urban highway Primer cinturón Castrelos — Bouzas terminal  VG-20  Partial beltway Autovía VG-20 VG-10 Navia - AG-57 - AP-9 Rebullon Zamora  ZA-12  Access road Eastern access to Zamora A-11 (East) — Zamora (N-122) Zaragoza  Z-32  Access road Western access to Zaragoza N-403a — TO-21 — A-42 — AP-41/TO-22  Z-40  Beltway Cuarto cinturón de Zaragoza A-2 (West) — AP-68 — A-23 (North)/A-2 (East) — A-68 — A-23 (South) — A-2 (South)  Z-50  Partial beltway Quinto cinturón de Zaragoza A-2 (East) — A-68 — * *: under construction

Regional-managed motorways[edit] The formation of the several Autonomous Communities in the early 1980s led to the transfer of many roads to the new regional authorities. Since then, several of those roads have been upgraded to motorway level in order to ensure the internal vertebration of the region, or to provide alternative high-capacity routes to those managed by the national government when those were inadequate or saturated. All of the old comarcal roads (C-nnn) comprising the secondary network were transferred to the Autonomous Communities, splitting them up as necessary; while the national roads (N-nnn) that formed the primary network were mostly kept by the State. The level of control each community has over its road network varies: the Basque Country and Navarre have received the titularity of nearly all roads in their territories, while in other communities the regional network coexists with and complements the national one. Whatever the extension of the road network under its control, all communities have full powers over naming and identification of their roads, provided no name conflicts with a national road or a regional road of a neighbouring community. Andalusia[edit] The regional highway network of Andalusia is very extensive, as the territory itself spans nearly a fifth of Spain. There are no special codes for identifying highways: upgraded roads usually keep their name and sign color (orange, green or yellow). However, confusion sometimes arises due to the fact that most regional roads start with the letter A (for Andalucía), which is also used by the national government for highways. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  A-92  Interurban Autovía A-92 Seville — Granada — Almería  A-92G  City access Autovía A-92G Santa Fe (A-92) — Granada  A-92M  Interurban Autovía A-92M Salinas industrial development (A-92) — Pedrizas pass (A-45/AP-46)  A-92N  Interurban Autovía A-92N Guadix (A-92) — Vélez-Rubio (A-91)  A-306  Interurban Autovía A-306 El Carpio (A-4) — * — Torredonjimeno (A-316)  A-308  Interurban Autovía A-308 Iznalloz (A-44) — * — Darro (A-92)  A-316  /  A-318  Interurban Autovía del Olivar Úbeda — Baena — * — Jaén (A-44) — Martos — * — Lucena (A-45) — Estepa (A-92)  A-334  Interurban Autovía del Almanzora Purchena — * — Fines — Albox — El Cucador — * — A-7  A-357  Interurban Autovía del Guadalhorce Zalea — * — Casapalma — MA-40 — Málaga (A-7)  A-376  Interurban Autovía A-376 Seville (SE-30) — Alcalá de Guadaira/Dos Hermanas — Utrera  A-381  Interurban Autovía A-381 Jerez de la Frontera (AP-4) — Los Barrios (A-7)  A-382  Interurban Autovía A-382 Jerez de la Frontera (AP-4) — Arcos de la Frontera  A-383  City access Autovía del Higuerón A-7 — La Línea de la Concepción  A-395  City access Ronda Sur de Granada A-44 — Granada  A-480  Interurban Autovía A-480 Sanlúcar de Barrameda — Jerez de la Frontera (A-4)  A-483  Interurban Autovía A-483 Bollullos Par del Condado (A-49) — Almonte  A-497  Interurban Autovía A-497 Huelva — Punta Umbría  A-8057  Urban Variante de Mairena San Juan de Aznalfarache (A-8058) — Mairena  A-8058  Urban Autovía A-8058 Seville (SE-30) — San Juan de Aznalfarache (A-8057) *: planned/in construction Aragon[edit] The community of Aragon has only very recently started building its own highway network. The first span was opened to traffic just in 2008, and there are at least three more highways in study. Due to the limited financial capabilities of the Aragon regional government, many of them might be built as toll roads. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  ARA-A1  Partial beltway Quinto cinturón de Zaragoza N-II/AP-2 — A-68  ARA-AP2  Interurban Autopista ARA-AP2[5] Cariñena (A-23) — † — A-2 — † — ARA-AP4 — † — Mallén (AP-68/N-232)  ARA-A3  /  A-127  Interurban Autovía ARA-A3 Gallur (AP-68/N-232) — † — Ejea de los Caballeros  ARA-AP4  Interurban Autopista ARA-AP4 Tarazona (A-11) — † — ARA-AP2  A-131  /  A-230  Interurban Still unnamed[6] Huesca — † — Huesca-Pirineos Airport — † — Sariñena — † — Bujaraloz (AP-2/N-II)  A-130  Interurban Still unnamed Barbastro (A-22) — † — Ontiñena — † — Caspe (AP-2/N-II) *: in construction — †: planned Asturias[edit] The highway network in the mountainous Principality of Asturias is severely limited by the complexity of its relief, with a dense network of river valleys in between ranges such as the Picos de Europa. Vertebral Asturian motorways have identifiers in the style of national ones, that is, white text on blue background, while roads in process of upgrading keep their old nomenclature until the full route is completed. Such is the case, for example, with the AS-III, which is an upgrade of the AS-17. The prefix is always AS, and Roman numerals are used. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  AS-I  Interurban Autovía minera Mieres (A-66) — A-64 — Gijón (A-8)  AS-II  Interurban Autovía industrial Oviedo — AS-III — Gijón  AS-III  /  AS-17  Interurban Autovía del Acero Avilés (A-8) — * — Llanera — AS-II — A-66  AS-117  City access Autovía AS-117 AS-I — Langreo *: planned/in construction Balearic Islands[edit] All of the roads in the Balearic Islands were transferred to the regional government when the Autonomous Community was formed, and several are now under the competence of the several Island Councils (Consell Insular). The prefix denotes the island, and the second letter (if any) is lowercase. Autopista identifiers are white on blue background, while twinned roads closer to the autovía category keep their identifiers. The lack of highways in several islands should not be taken as a sign of underdevelopment: the road network is well kept, and where highways have not been deemed necessary, expressways are built for an easier upgrade. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary C-733 — Ibiza Airport  Ma-1  Interurban Eje de Poniente Palma port — Peguera  Ma-13  Interurban Eje Central Palma (Ma-20) — Sa Pobla  Ma-15  Interurban Desdoblamiento de Manacor Palma (Ma-30) — Manacor  Ma-19  Interurban Eje de Levante Palma — Llucmajor  Ma-20  Beltway Vía de Cintura Ma-1 — Ma-13 — Ma-19 Basque Country[edit] A special case together with Navarre, the Basque Country has received full powers over most roads in its territory, including the national roads that comprised the primary network, and nowadays only the AP-1 and the AP-68 are under the direct authority of the Spanish government as part of the Red de carreteras del Estado (National Road Network). Currently, roads are managed by the three Diputaciones Forales of the Basque provinces. The fact that such transfer took place before the thorough renaming of national roads and highways in 2003 makes the naming of transferred "national" highways inconsistent with the national network: the A-1 is still called the N-I in the Basque Country, and the same identifier (A-8) applies to the tolled and toll-free parts of the Autopista del Cantábrico in Biscay. Furthermore, new highways built since then by the provinces have one of the following prefixes: A for Álava-Araba, BI for Biscay (Vizcaya-Bizkaia) or GI for Guipúzcoa-Gipuzkoa. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  AP-1  Interurban Autopista de Vitoria a Irún por Eibar Vitoria airport (N-622/N-624) — N-240 — Arrasate-Mondragón (GI-632) — Vergara-Bergara (GI-632, GI-627) — Eibar (joins AP-8 up to Irún)  A-8   AP-8  Interurban Autopista del Cantábrico Cantabria/Basque Country border — Bilbao (AP-68) — Eibar (AP-1) — San Sebastián-Donostia (GI-20 West) — Hernani (GI-131) — Rentería-Errenteria (GI-20 East) — Irún — Spain/France border (A63)  BI-30  Partial beltway Variante Sur Metropolitana de Bilbao A-8 — * — BI-636 — * — AP-68 — * — A-8  BI-631  Interurban Autovía BI-631 Bilbao — Mungía  BI-636  Interurban Corridor del Cadagua Bilbao (A-8) — Gueñes  BI-637  Interurban Autovía BI-637 Barakaldo (N-637) — Getxo  BI-644  Access road Autovía BI-644 Santurtzi (A-8) — Bilbao port  GI-11  City access Autovía GI-11 Lasarte-Oria (N-I) — GI-20  GI-20  Urban Variante de Donostia-San Sebastián AP-8 West — GI-11 — GI-21 — GI-636 — AP-8 East  GI-131  Interurban Autovía del Urumea Andoain (N-I) — * — Urnieta — AP-8 — San Sebastián-Donostia  GI-632  Interurban Autovía GI-632 Vergara-Bergara (AP-1) — * — Zumarraga — Beasain (N-I)  N-I  Interurban Autovía de Etxegarate/Autovía del Norte Burgos/Álava border (A-1) — Vitoria-Gasteiz (N-622/N-240) — Álava/Navarre border (A-1), Navarre/Álava border (A-1) — Beasain (GI-632) — A-15 — Andoain (GI-131) — Lasarte-Oria (GI-11/AP-8)  N-102  City access Western access to Vitoria/Gasteiz N-I — Vitoria-Gasteiz  N-240  Interurban Autovía N-240 Vitoria-Gasteiz (N-I) — AP-1 — * — Galdakao (A-8)  N-622  Interurban Autovía de Altube Vitoria-Gasteiz (N-I) — AP-1/N-624 — AP-68  N-624  Access road Access to Vitoria Airport AP-1/N-622 — Vitoria Airport  N-637  Urban Asúa Valley corridor Barakaldo (A-8) — BI-637 — BI-634 — Galdakao (A-8) *: in construction — †: planned Canary Islands[edit] Following the example of the other insular community in Spain, all roads in the Canary Islands are under the authority of either the regional government or one of the several Island Councils (Cabildo Insular). The prefix denotes the island, and identifiers are usually white on blue background. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  FV-2  Interurban Autovía FV-2 Puerto del Rosario — Fuerteventura Airport, Barranco del Vachuelo — Marabu  GC-1  Interurban & urban Autopista GC-1 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria — GC-2 — GC-3 — Telde — Gran Canaria Airport — Arinaga — Maspalomas — Puerto de Mogán  GC-2  Interurban Autopista GC-2 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (GC-1) — GC-20 — Bañaderos, Santa María de Guía — Gáldar  GC-3  Interurban Autopista GC-3 Las Mesas (GC-300) — GC-23 — GC-31 — GC-4 — GC-1  GC-4  Interurban Autovía GC-4 San Francisco de Paula (GC-3) — Monte Lentiscal  GC-23  Urban Autovía GC-23 GC-2 — GC-3  GC-31  City access Autovía GC-31 GC-3 — Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (GC-1)  LZ-2  Interurban Autovía LZ-2 Arrecife — Lanzarote Airport  TF-1  Interurban Autopista del Sur Santa Cruz de Tenerife (TF-5) — TF-4 — TF-2 — Candelaria — Tenerife South Airport — Adeje  TF-2  Urban Autopista TF-2 TF-5 — TF-1  TF-4  City access Autovía TF-4 TF-1 — Santa Cruz de Tenerife  TF-5  Interurban Autopista del Norte Santa Cruz de Tenerife (TF-1) — TF-2 — San Cristóbal de la Laguna — Tenerife North Airport — Puerto de la Cruz  TF-11  Interurban Autovía TF-11 Fishing docks — San Andrés Castile-La Mancha[edit] Another community that has recently started building its own high capacity road network, Castile-La Mancha has completed one autovía and has at least five more in varied states of advanced planning and building. In the flat La Mancha, relief does not usually require costly tunnels and bridges, though the region does contain several nature reserves including the Tablas de Daimiel National Park wetlands. Highway identifiers are white on blue background. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  CM-40  Partial beltway Ronda Suroeste de Toledo A-40 (West) — * — TO-21 — * — CM-42 — * — N-400  CM-41  Interurban Autovía de La Sagra[7][8] Valmojado (A-5) — * — Illescas (A-42/AP-41) — * — Borox — * — Seseña (R-4/A-4) Borox — * — Añover de Tajo  CM-42  Interurban Autovía de los Viñedos Toledo (TO-20) — CM-40 — N-401 — Nambroca — Consuegra — Madridejos (A-4) — Alcázar de San Juan — Tomelloso (A-43)  CM-43  Interurban Autovía de la Solana Manzanares (A-4) — * — La Solana — † — Albacete (A-32)  CM-44  Interurban Autovía del Júcar Cuenca (A-40) — † — Motilla del Palancar (A-3) — † — Albacete (A-32)  CM-45  Interurban Autovía IV Centenario[8][9] Ciudad Real (A-41) — * — Almagro — * — Valdepeñas (A-4) — † — Alcaraz (A-32) *: in construction — †: planned Castile and León[edit] The largest community in Spain by land area, Castile and León has a dense road network, but until recently most of its highways had been part of the national system. The terrain is varied, from the plains of the Meseta to the rugosities of the Montes de León, and archeological remains abound. Regional highways are renamed to A-nnn, always with three digits to avoid clashes with the national network, but usually keeping the original number of the upgraded regional road CL-nnn. Identifiers are white on blue background. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  A-125  Interurban Autovía A-125 La Bañeza (A-6) — * — Puebla de Sanabria (A-52) — † — Spain/Portugal border (N103)  A-231  Interurban Autovía del Camino de Santiago Burgos (BU-30/A-62) — Osorno (A-67) — Sahagún — León (A-66)  A-510  Interurban Autovía A-510 Salamanca (SA-20) — * — Alba de Tormes  A-601  Interurban Autovía de Pinares Valladolid (VA-30) — Cuéllar — Segovia (N-110)  A-610  Interurban Autovía A-610 Palencia (A-67) — Magaz de Pisuerga (A-62) — † — Aranda de Duero (A-1)  A-631  Interurban Autovía de La Espina Ponferrada (A-6) — * — Toreno — † — Villablino — † — Los Barrios de Luna (AP-66)  A-629  Interurban Autovía de Las Merindades Burgos (A-73) - Viarcayo - Viasana de Mena - (Bi-636) - Balmaseda - Bilbao *: in construction — †: planned Cantabria[edit] The only community without a high-capacity network of its own, Cantabria is severely held back in such a development by a highly mountainous terrain that multiplies the cost of building any kind of expressway. Thus, its population is served by the national highway network supplemented by regional conventional roads. Catalonia[edit] The second most populated community in Spain, Catalonia has a thorough regional road network, with several highways managed by the Generalitat de Catalunya. Also, the state-owned highways previously known as A-16 through A-19 were transferred to the Catalan government and renamed according to the new regional guidelines enacted in 2004. Highway identifiers are white on blue background. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  C-14  Interurban Autovía C-14 Reus (T-11) — Alcover  C-16  [10] Interurban Eix del Llobregat Barcelona (Via Augusta/B-20) — Sant Cugat del Vallès (AP-7) — Rubí — Terrassa — Manresa (C-25) — Berga — † — Puigcerdá — † — France (N20)  C-17  Urban & interurban Eix del Congost Barcelona (Meridiana Avenue/B-20) — C-33/C-58 — Montcada — C-33/C-59 — Montmeló (C-33/AP-7 North) — Granollers — Vic (C-25) — Manlleu (C-37) — Torelló — * — Ripoll  C-25  Interurban Eix Transversal Cervera (A-2) — * — Manresa (C-16) — * — Vic (C-17) — Vic (C-25) — * — AP-7/Girona Airport — * — Riudellots de la Selva (A-2)  C-31  Interurban Eix Costaner Castelldefels (C-32) — Barcelona Airport — El Prat de Llobregat — L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (B-10) — Barcelona (Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes) Barcelona (Gran Vía de les Corts Catalanes) — B-10 — Badalona — Montgat (C-32) Santa Cristina d'Aro (C-65) — Platja d'Aro — * — Palamós — Palafrugell  C-31B  Interurban Autovía C-31B Tarragona — Salou  C-31C  City access Autovía C-31C Sant Boi de Llobregat — El Prat de Llobregat (C-31)  C-31D  City access Autopista C-31D C-32 — Mataró (Porta Laietana)  C-32  Interurban Corridor del Mediterrani Autopista Pau Casals: El Vendrell (AP-7) — Calafell — Cunit — Vilanova i la Geltrú — Sitges — Castelldefels (C-31) — B-22 — L'Hospitalet de Llobregat (B-10/B-20) Autopista del Maresme: Montgat (C-31) — Mataró (C-31D/C-60) — Arenys de Mar — Sant Pol de Mar — Palafolls — Tordera (N-II) — † — Lloret de Mar — † — Tossa de Mar  C-33  Interurban Access to Barcelona from AP-7 Barcelona (C-17/C-58) — Mollet del Vallés (C-17/C-59) — Montmeló (AP-7)  C-35  Interurban Autovía C-35 Vidreres (AP-7/A-2) — Llagostera (C-65)  C-58  Interurban Autopista del Vallès Barcelona (B-10/B-20) — C-33 — Cerdanyola del Vallès — AP-7 — Sabadell Airport — Sabadell/Sant Quirze del Vallès — Terrassa (Vallès Avenue) — C-16  C-60  Interurban Autovía C-60 Mataró (C-32) — La Roca del Vallès (AP-7)  C-65  Interurban Autovia C-65 Santa Cristina d'Aro (C-31) — Llagostera (C-35) — † — Girona (A-2)  C-66  Interurban Autovía C-66 Sarrià de Ter (AP-7) — Banyoles (C-31) — † — Besalú (A-26)  C-68  Interurban Autovía C-68 Figueres (AP-7) — * — Roses *: in construction — †: planned Extremadura[edit] A sparsely populated community, Extremadura has a terrain that can be considered favourable for a regional highway plan, as the interior is mostly flat. However, the fact that its northern and north-eastern borders are blocked by mountain ranges with typical elevations of 1,100 metres (3,600 ft) over the main mesa, combined with the mentioned demographics of the territory (Extremadura ranks the 5th community in Spain by land area, but only the 12th by population, and none of its cities reach 200,000 inhabitants) has traditionally limited the penetration of even the national highway network. Nevertheless, the community is in an excellent position for connections between Spain and Portugal (the national highway A-5 reaches Portugal through Badajoz in Extremadura), and in the last decade, the regional government has revealed an ambitious plan that would create four to six regional highways. In addition to the vertebration of the Extremaduran territory, some of these roads are explicitly meant to provide alternative routes to the two national highways in the region (A-5 and A-66), establishing connections between them and an additional route to Portugal to the north of the current one. It is the policy of the regional government to avoid twinning existing roads (and thus replacing them with the upgraded autovía), so instead all autovías are built from scratch even if they are parallel to the old road. All Extremaduran highways are currently named EX-An, with white identifiers on blue background. Some of them have branches named EX-An-Rm, which also have white-on-blue identifiers, but such branches need not be highways themselves even if they are built concurrently with the main road. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  EX-A1  Interurban Autovía EX-A1 Navalmoral de la Mata (A-5) — Malpartida de Plasencia — Plasencia (A-66) — * — Coria — * — Moraleja — † — Spain/Portugal border (N103)  EX-A2  Interurban Autovía EX-A2 Miajadas (A-5) — Don Benito (EX-A2-R1) — Villanueva de la Serena (EX-A2-R2)  EX-A3  Interurban Autovía EX-A3 Zafra (A-66) — * — Jerez de los Caballeros  EX-A4  Interurban Autovía EX-A4 Cáceres (A-66) — † — Badajoz (A-5) *: in construction — †: planned Galicia[edit] Often compared to Scotland because of its orographic similarities, Galicia is a hilly but not mountainous region with an approximate population of 3M people. Its highway network mainly functions as the terminal part of trips, since the vertebral function is mainly coped by the national system. Identifiers start with AG (for Autovía/Autoestrada galega) and are white on blue background. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  AG-11  Interurban Autovía del Barbanza Rianxo (AP-9) — Boiro — Ribeira  AG-41  Interurban Autovía del Salnés Meis (AP-9) — Sanxenxo — * — O Grove  AG-51  Access road Access to PLISAN A-52 — † — Salvaterra-As Neves Industrial and Logistic Platform (PLISAN, Plataforma Logístico-Industrial Salvaterra-As Neves)  AG-52  Interurban Autovía AG-52 Tui (A-55) — † — Tomiño  AG-53  Interurban Autoestrada Central Galega Dozón (AP-53) — Cea — Maside (AG-54) — A-52  AG-54  Access road Access to O Carballiño Maside (AG-53) — O Carballiño  AG-55  Interurban Autoestrada da Costa da Morte A Coruña — Arteixo (A-6) — Laracha — Carballo — † — Fisterra  AG-56  Interurban Autovía AG-56 Santiago de Compostela (AP-9) — Brión — Gundín — * — Noia  AG-57  Interurban Autoestrada do Val Miñor Vigo (VG-20) — AG-57N — Ramallosa — * — Baiona  AG-57N  Access road Autovía AG-57N AG-57 — Nigrán  AG-58  Access road Autovía AG-58 AG-59 — Cacheiras  AG-59  Access road Autovía AG-59 Santiago de Compostela (AP-53) — AG-58 — Raris — * — Pontevea — * — A Estrada  AG-64  Interurban Autovía Ferrol - Vilalba Ferrol — Rio do Pozo industrial development — Narón — As Pontes de García Rodríguez — Vilalba (A-8) *: in construction — †: planned La Rioja[edit] The small and mountainous region of La Rioja has just started planning regional highways of its own. After an initial plan to upgrade the LR-134 road (Calahorra—Arnedo) was downgraded to a simple twinning with roundabout intersections, a study is now being drawn to build at least a true highway connecting the national highways AP-68 and A-12, with a possible projection into the south of the community. Another highway would provide access from the regional capital beltway to the tolled AP-68. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  LR-111  Interurban Autovía LR-111 Haro (AP-68) — † — Santo Domingo de la Calzada (A-12) — † — Ezcaray  LR-250  Access road Autovía LR-250 Logroño (LO-20+A-12) — † — Villamediana de Iregua (AP-68) *: in construction — †: planned Madrid[edit] The region containing the capital city of Spain, Madrid ranks the 3rd community by population, and is by far the most densely populated. Even though it contains the centre of the national radial highway system, the Madrid regional government (traditionally more committed to the expansion of the Metro system) has dedicated vast resources during the last decade to upgrade the regional road network and, where necessary, create new high-capacity roads that both complement the national system and vertebrate zones of the community not covered by the national network. Madrid regional highways have codes that are no different from other regional roads, with orange, green and yellow backgrounds, even for newly built highways like the M-45. Usually, the upgrade of long roads, twinned or not, to the motorway level is not undertaken at once, so the list below only contains the itinerary for the spans that actually run as highways or have been planned to. For example, the M-506 is "broken" at its connection with the M-419 and the A-42 by a succession of roundabouts until the link with the R-4, so in the list it is separated in two highway stretches. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  M-45  Partial beltway Autopista M-45 Madrid/Leganés (M-40) — R-5 — A-42/M-402 — A-4 — M-301 — M-31 — A-3 — R-3 — Coslada — San Fernando de Henares (M-206) — M-50  M-61  Partial beltway Autopista M-61[11] San Sebastián de los Reyes (M-50/A-1) — † — Alcobendas (M-607/M-616) — † — Las Rozas de Madrid (M-50/A-6)  M-100  Interurban Autovía M-100[12] San Sebastián de los Reyes (A-1) — † — M-106/M-111 — † — Cobeña — † — Daganzo de Arriba — * — R-2 — A-2/M-203  M-121  Interurban Autovía M-121[13] Alcalá de Henares (A-2) — † — Meco  M-203  Interurban Autopista eje Este Mejorada del Campo (R-3) — * — Soto de Aldovea — M-224 — A-2/M-100  M-206  Interurban Autovía M-206[12] Torrejón de Ardoz — * — Loeches  M-402  Urban Autovía M-402 Madrid (Villaverde, A-42) — * — Leganés (ParqueSur mall) — † — Leganés (M-406)  M-404  Interurban Autovía M-404[14] Navalcarnero (A-5/M-600) — * — R-5 — * — El Álamo — * — Serranillos del Valle (AP-41) — * — Griñón (M-407) — * — Torrejón de la Calzada (A-42) — * — R-4 — * — Valdemoro (A-4) — * — Ciempozuelos  M-406  Interurban & beltway Autovía M-406 Leganés (*M-402) — M-409 — M-407 — Alcorcón (A-5/M-40)  M-407  Interurban Autovía M-407[15][16] Leganés (M-406) — * — M-50 — * — Fuenlabrada (M-506) — M-410 — Griñón (M-404)  M-409  Interurban Autovía M-409 Leganés (M-406) — M-50 — Fuenlabrada  M-423  Interurban Autovía M-423 Pinto (M-506) — Valdemoro (M-404/R-4)  M-500  Interurban Carretera de Castilla Madrid (M-30) — M-503 — A-6  M-501  Interurban Autovía de los Pantanos M-40/M-511 — Boadilla del Monte (M-50) — Villaviciosa de Odón (M-506) — Brunete (M-600) — Chapinería (M-510) — Navas del Rey  M-503  Interurban Autovía eje Noroeste[15] M-500 — * — Pozuelo de Alarcón — M-40 — M-50 — Villanueva del Pardillo — Villanueva de la Cañada (M-600)  M-506  Interurban & urban Autovía M-506 Western stretch: Villaviciosa de Odón (M-501) — † — Alcorcón (M-50/A-5) — Móstoles (M-50) — M-407 — Fuenlabrada (M-405/M-413) — M-419 Eastern stretch: R-4 — Pinto (A-4) — M-423 — Warner Madrid Theme Park — † — San Martín de la Vega — † — Arganda del Rey (A-3/M-300)  M-509  Interurban Autovía M-509[12] M-50 — * — Villanueva del Pardillo  M-600  Interurban Autovía M-600[14] Villanueva de la Cañada (M-503) — † — Brunete (M-501) — † — Sevilla la Nueva — † — Navalcarnero (A-5/M-404)  M-607  Interurban Autovía de Colmenar Madrid (M-30) — M-40 — Alcobendas (M-616) — Tres Cantos — Colmenar Viejo (M-609)  M-609  Interurban Autovía M-609[12] Colmenar Viejo (M-607) — * — Soto del Real *: in construction — †: planned Murcia[edit] The coastal region of Murcia is an important touristic destination in Spain. Its nearly 1,5M inhabitants are mainly concentrated in the eastern part of the community, from Murcia city to the coast, while inland zones of Yecla, Jumilla and Caravaca de la Cruz are more sparsely populated. The national highway network provides good connectivity along the coast, with three highways links with Andalusia (A-91, A-7 and the tolled AP-7) and another three with the Valencian Community (A-7 and the tolled AP-7 and AP-37), but only the A-30 motorway connects Murcia with inland Spain. It is thus the goal of the regional government to provide alternative highway corridors that connect the inland border of Murcia to the coastal zones. All in all, the autonomous government is investing heavily in its highway network, both for trips along the coast and inland-coast connectivity. Due to the expansion of the regional network that this effort is expected to produce, Murcia has recently implemented a new naming scheme for its regional highways, more in accordance with the national network. When the renaming is complete, all highways will be identified by white-on-blue names that start with RM (for Región de Murcia). Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  RM-1  Interurban Autovía RM-1 San Javier (AP-7) — Zeneta (MU-30/RM-30/†AP-37)  RM-2  Interurban Autovía Alhama - Campo de Cartagena Alhama (A-7) — RM-23 — Fuente Álamo (MU-602) — Cartagena (A-30)  RM-3  Interurban Autovía RM-3 Totana (A-7) — RM-23 — Mazarrón (AP-7)  RM-11  Interurban Autovía RM-11 Lorca (A-7) — N-332 — Águilas (AP-7)  RM-12  Access road Autovía de La Manga Cartagena (AP-7/CT-32) — El Algar (N-332) — La Manga del Mar Menor  RM-15  Interurban Autovía del Noroeste Alcantarilla (MU-30/A-7) — Mula — Caravaca de la Cruz (C-415/RM-714)  RM-19  Access road Autovía del Mar Menor A-30 — Polaris World — San Javier (AP-7)  RM-23  Interurban Autovía de conexión RM-23 RM-2 — RM-3  RM-30  Partial beltway Ronda Este de Murcia Santomera (A-7/RM-414) — Zeneta (MU-30/RM-1/†AP-37)  RM-36  Partial beltway Ronda Transversal de Cartagena N-332 — † — N-301a — F-36  RM-414  Interurban Autovía RM-414 Santomera (A-7/RM-30) — † — Yecla — † — Almansa (Castilla-La Mancha, A-31)  RM-714  Interurban Autovía RM-714 Jumilla — † — A-30 — † — Calasparra — † — Caravaca de la Cruz (RM-15/C-415) *: in construction — †: planned Navarre[edit] The Foral Community of Navarre is another community with full powers over most roads in its territory. However, in contrast to the neighbouring Basque Country, the regional government has decided to keep the identifiers of some highways — namely, those which were part of a national highway before being transferred — in sync with the national system. The only road in Navarrese territory not under the authority of the regional government is the national toll highway AP-68 (Autopista Vasco-Aragonesa), which was kept by the state to avoid a four-pronged management by the concessionaire and the Basque, Navarrese and Spanish governments. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  A-1  Interurban Autovía del Norte Álava/Navarre border — Ziordia — Altsasu (A-10) — Navarre/Guipúzcoa limit  A-10  Interurban Autovía de la Barranca Irurtzun (A-15/AP-15) — Irañeta — Lakuntza — Arbizu — Etxarri-Aranatz — Altsasu (A-1)  A-12  Interurban Autovía del Camino de Santiago Zizur Mayor (A-15) — Puente la Reina — Estella-Lizarra — Los Arcos — Lazagurría — Viana — * — Navarre/La Rioja border (LO-20/A-12)  A-15  Interurban Autovía A-15 Ronda de Pamplona Oeste (beltway): Noain (AP-15/A-21) — PA-30 — Pamplona-Iruña (PA-31) — Zizur Mayor (A-12) — Orkoyen — Berriozar (PA-34) — AP-15 Autovía de Leitzaran: Irurtzun (A-10/AP-15) — Lekunberri — Azpirotz — Areso — Navarre/Guipúzcoa border  AP-15  Interurban Autopista AP-15 Southern stretch: AP-68 — A-68 — Castejón (N-113) — Tafalla (NA-132) — Pueyo — Baranoain/Garinoain — NA-601/N-121 — Noain (A-15/A-21) Northern stretch: A-15 — PA-34 — Sarasate (N-240a) — Irurtzun (A-10/A-15)  A-21  Interurban Autovía del Pirineo Noain (A-15/AP-15) — Monreal — Ibargoiti — * — Liédena — * — Yesa — * — Navarre/Huesca border  A-68  Interurban Autovía del Ebro Zaragoza/Navarre border (N-232) — Cortes — Fontellas (NA-134) — Tudela (AP-68) — Liédena — AP-15/N-232  PA-30  Partial beltway Ronda de Pamplona A-15 — Pamplona (PA-31) — Aranguren — PA-33 — Olaz — NA-150  PA-34  Access road Western access to Pamplona AP-15 — Berriozar (A-15) — Pamplona-Iruña (N-240) *: in construction — †: planned Valencian Community[edit] The fourth Spanish autonomous community by population and a preferred tourist destination, the Valencian Community has a varied orography, from great plains to prelitoral mountain ranges, and a territory of generally high ecological value. Nevertheless, the regional government has pushed for a rich and tupid highway network, building connections between the various national highways that serve the Community and beltways for the provincial capitals. Like highways in Madrid and Andalusia, Valencian regional motorways do not have special identifiers different from other autonomic roads, so orange, green and yellow backgrounds are possible. All identifiers are prefixed with CV for Comunitat Valenciana, the official name of the region. The regional highway CV-10 is currently being expanded to the limit with Catalonia and will be transferred to the national Government as a new stretch of the A-7 (Autovía del Mediterráneo). The same applies to the CV-40 highway. Signal Type Denomination Itinerary  CV-10  Interurban Autovía de la Plana Nules (A-7/N-340) — Betxí — CV-20 — Castellón de la Plana (CV-17) — CV-16 — Borriol — La Pobla Tornesa — Cabanes — * — Vilanova d'Alcolea — † — La Jana — † — Castellón/Tarragona border  CV-18  Interurban Autovía CV-18 Castellón de la Plana (CV-197) — † — Almazora — * — Burriana — † — Nules (N-340)  CV-30  Partial beltway Ronda Nord de València V-30 — Paterna (CV-31) — Valencia (CV-35) — † — Alboraia — † — V-21  CV-31  Urban Distribuïdor Nord Paterna (CV-30) — CV-365 — Burjassot (CV-35)  CV-32  Interurban Eix de la Gombalda Massalfassar (V-21) — * — Massamagrell/Museros (CV-300) — † — A-7  CV-33  Interurban Distribuïdor Sud Torrent (CV-366) — Albal  CV-35  Urban & interurban Autovía de Ademuz Valencia (CV-30) — Burjassot (CV-61/CV-365) — A-7 — San Antonio de Benagéber — La Pobla de Vallbona — CV-50 — Llíria  CV-36  Iinterurban Autovía de Torrent Valencia (Camí Nou de Picanya) — Picanya (CV-366) — Torrent — Alaquàs — El Mas del Jutge — A-7  CV-40  Interurban Autovía CV-40 Xàtiva (A-7) — Ontinyent — Albaida — * — Cocentaina — * — Alcoi — * — A-7  CV-60  Interurban Autovía CV-60 L'Olleria (CV-40) — † — Alfarrasí (N-340) — † — CV-610 — Gandía (CV-600)  CV-70  Interurban Autovía CV-70 Alcoi (A-7) — † — Polop (N-340) — † — Benidorm (AP-7)  CV-80  Interurban Autovía CV-80 Sax (A-31) — Castalla — A-7  CV-365  Urban Northeastern access to Paterna Burjassot (CV-35) — CV-31 — V-11/V-30  CV-500  Urban Autovía del Saler Valencia (Alcalde Reig Street) — V-30 — El Saler  CV-864  Partial beltway Ronda Sud de Elx EL-20 — † — CV-866 *: in construction — †: planned

References[edit] ^ "CIA - The World Factbook -- Spain". Central Intelligence Agency.  ^ (in Spanish) asks for the general limits on both autopistas an autovías to be raised to 140 km/h (85 mph). ^ Spans marked with * are under construction ^ Transferred to the Madrid City Council ^ "Medio Ambiente retoca una autopista para preservar cañadas". El Periódico de Aragón (in Spanish). Zaragoza: Grupo Zeta. 6 December 2007. p. 24. Archived from the original on 7 December 2007. Retrieved 4 April 2010. El Departamento de Medio Ambiente de la DGA ha emitido una declaración de impacto ambiental favorable al estudio informativo de la autopista autonómica que conectará la autovía Mudéjar desde Cariñena con la A-68 y la N-232 en Mallén.  ^ "La DGA hará una autovía entre Huesca y Bujaraloz para comunicar Gran Scala" [The Aragón Government will build a highway between Huesca and Bujaraloz to communicate Gran Scala] (JPG). Heraldo de Aragón (in Spanish). Zaragoza. 17 December 2007. p. 7. Retrieved 4 April 2010.  ^ "Licitan el tramo entre Villaseca y Seseña de la Autovía de la Sagra". La Tribuna de Toledo (in Spanish). Toledo. 16 June 2009. Retrieved 5 April 2010. El tercer tramo de la autovía (que se desarrolla entre Villaseca de la Sagra y Seseña), tendrá 21 kilómetros y contará con un presupuesto de 91,1 millones de euros  ^ a b "Las autovías de La Sagra y del IV Centenario estarán listas en 2010" [The Sagra and IV Centenario highways will be completed in 2010]. La Tribuna de Toledo (in Spanish). Toledo. 3 November 2009. Retrieved 5 April 2010. En 2010 estarán abiertas al tráfico las autovías de La Sagra, en el norte de Toledo, y la del IV Centenario, que en su primera fase unirá Ciudad Real y Valdepeñas y después llegará hasta la A32 a la altura de Alcaraz (Albacete).  ^ Belén, Rodríguez (2009-06-10). "En un año habrá circulación por la nueva Autovía del IV Centenario" [Users will be able to travel the new IV Centenario Highway in a year]. Lanza digital (in Spanish). Ciudad Real: Diario Lanza. Retrieved 2010-04-05. De aquí a doce meses se podrá ir por autovía desde la capital hasta Granátula de Calatrava o acceder a los pueblos calatravos que aparecen en los nueve enlaces incluidos en los 28 kilómetros del primer tramo del trazado  ^ The tolled autopista ends at Manresa, where a non-tolled autovía with the same name takes on. ^ "Construcción de nuevas carreteras" [Projected new roads]. Ampliación de la Red de Carreteras 2007-2011 (in Spanish). Madrid: General Roads Directorate, Madrid Transports and Infrastructures regional Ministry. June 2007. Retrieved 6 April 2010. NUEVA CARRETERA M-61: UNIÓN DE LA A-1, PK20, CON LA A-6, P.K.22  ^ a b c d "Duplicación de calzadas" [Roads to be twinned]. Ampliación de la Red de Carreteras 2007-2011 (in Spanish). Madrid: General Roads Directorate, Madrid Transports and Infrastructures regional Ministry. June 2007. Retrieved 6 April 2010. DESDOBLAMIENTO DE LA M-100 ENTRE ALCALÁ DE HENARES Y LA R-2  ^ "La M-121 se duplicará en 4,2 kilómetros, entre Alcalá de Henares y Meco" (in Spanish). Madrid: General Roads Directorate, Madrid Transports and Infrastructures regional Ministry. 3 December 2009. Retrieved 9 April 2010. El proyecto consiste en el desdoblamiento de esta carretera desde su enlace con la A-2 hasta la entrada al centro urbano de Meco, en un tramo de 4,2 kilómetros de longitud que en la actualidad registra una alta intensidad de circulación.  ^ a b Contreras, Mercedes (10 October 2009). "Una autovía de 70 kilómetros de largo vertebrará 14 municipios del suroeste" [A 70 kilometre-long highway will connect 14 towns in the Southwest]. ABC (in Spanish). Madrid. Retrieved 8 April 2010. Así, el tramo correspondiente a la M-600, en el que se invertirán según las previsiones 187,7 millones de euros, contará con 8 enlaces, mientras que en la zona de la M-404, con una inversión de de 303 millones, se construirán 16 enlaces más.  ^ a b "Eliminación de cruces a nivel" [Removal of level crossings]. Ampliación de la Red de Carreteras 2007-2011 (in Spanish). Madrid: General Roads Directorate, Madrid regional Ministry of Transports and Infrastructures. June 2007. Retrieved 6 April 2010. SUSTITUCIÓN DE TRES ENLACES EN LA M-407  ^ "La Comunidad transformará en autovía la M-407 al paso por Leganés". El Mundo (in Spanish). Madrid. EFE. 23 September 2009. Retrieved 9 April 2010.  v t e Highways in Spain Autovías (A) Autopistas (AP) National routes A1/AP1 A2/AP2 A3 A4/AP4 A5 A6/AP6 A7/AP7 A8/AP8 AP9 A10 A11 A12 A131 A142 A15/AP15 A16 A173 A184 A19 A20 A21 A22 A23 A24 A25 A26 A27 A28 A29 A30 A31 A32 A33 A34 A35 AP36 AP37 A38 A39 A40 AP41 A42 A43 A44 A45 AP46 A47 A48 A49 A50 AP51 A52 AP53 A54 A55 A56 A57 A58 A59 A60 AP61 A62 A63 A64 A65 A66/AP66 A67 AP68 AP69 A70 AP71 A72 A73 A74 A75 A76 A77 A78 A79 A80 A91 Madrid Radial Motorways R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Regional routes Andalusia A92 A92G A92M A92N A301 A306 A308 A309 A316 A318 A330 A334 A339 A357 A364 A374 A375 A376 A381 A382 A383 A384 A394 A397 A401 A403 A461 A484 A493 A495 A496 Aragon ARAA1 ARAA2 ARAA3 Asturias AS1 AS2 AS3 Balearic Islands Ma1 Ma13 Ma19 Ma20 Basque Country BI631 BI636 BI637 GI131 GI632 N637 Canary Islands GC1 GC2 GC3 GC4 TF1 TF4 TF5 Castile–La Mancha CM10 CM40 CM41 CM42 CM43 CM44 CM45 Castile and León A231 A601 CL631 Catalonia C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C25 C31 C32 C33 C35 C58 C60 C65 Extremadura EXA1 EXA2 EXA3 EXA4 Galicia AG3 AG5 AG6 AG41 AG54 AG55 AG56 AG57 AG58 A59 AG64 La Rioja LR111 LR134 Madrid M30 M40 M45 M50 M406 M407 M409 M501 M506 M607 Murcia MU312 MU415 MU3211 MU3419 Valencian Community CV10 CV18 CV30 CV31 CV33 CV35 CV36 CV40 CV70 CV80 CV84 CV86 CV90 CV95 Urban routes A Coruña AC10 AC11 AC12 AC14 Alacant/Alicante AL70 AL77 AL79 Almería AL12 AL14 Avilés AI81 AI82 Badajoz BA11 BA20 Barcelona B10 B20 B21 B22 B23 B24 B30 B40 Burgos BU11 BU30 Cáceres CC11 CC21 CC23 Cádiz CA31 CA32 CA33 CA34 Cartagena CT31 CT32 CT33 CT34 Castelló/Castellón CS32 Córdoba CO31 CO32 Cuenca CU11 Elche/Elx EL20 EL28 Ferrol FE11 FE12 FE13 FE14 Gijón GJ10 GJ20 GJ81 Granada GR12 GR14 GR16 GR30 GR43 Huelva H30 H31 Ibiza IB20 Jaén JA12 JA14 León LE12 LE20 LE30 Lleida LL11 LL12 Logroño LO20 Lugo LU11 Madrid M11 M12 M13 M14 M21 M22 M23 M30 M31 M40 M45 M50 Málaga MA20 MA21 MA22 MA23 MA24 MA40 Mérida ME11 Murcia MU30 MU31 Oviedo O11 O12 O13 Ourense OU11 Palencia P11 Palma de Mallorca Ma20 Pontevedra PO10 PO11 PO12 Puertollano PU11 Salamanca SA11 SA20 Santander S10 S20 S30 Santiago de Compostela SC11 SC12 SC20 Segovia SG20 Seville SE20 SE30 SE40 SE50 Soria SO20 Tarragona T11 Toledo TO20 TO21 TO22 TO23 Valladolid VA11 VA12 VA20 VA30 Valencia V11 V15 V21 V23 V30 V31 Vigo VG20 Zamora ZA11 ZA12 ZA13 ZA30 Zaragoza Z30 Z32 Z40 1 named N-111 2 named N-230 3 named C-33 4 named C-16 v t e Roads in Europe Sovereign states Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Malta Moldova Monaco Montenegro Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom States with limited recognition Abkhazia Artsakh Kosovo Northern Cyprus South Ossetia Transnistria Dependencies and other entities Åland Faroe Islands Gibraltar Guernsey Isle of Man Jersey Svalbard Retrieved from "" Categories: Autopistas and autovías in SpainLimited-access roads by countryLists of roads in SpainSpain transport-related listsHidden categories: Articles with Spanish-language external linksCS1 Spanish-language sources (es)Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2016All articles containing potentially dated statements

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