Expressway S7 (Poland)
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Expressway S7 Poland

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Expressway S7
Droga ekspresowa S7
Route information
Part of
Length264.2 km (164.2 mi)
720 km (447 mi) planned
Major junctions
FromS6-PL.svg S6 near Gda?sk
 S22-PL.svg S22 near Elbl?g

S51-PL.svg S51 near Olsztyn
S10-PL.svg S10 near P?o?sk
S8-PL.svg S8 and S2-PL.svg S2 in Warsaw (planned)
S12-PL.svg S12 near Radom (planned)
S74-PL.svg S74 near Kielce (planned)

A4-PL.svg A4 near Kraków
ToDK7-PL.svg 7 near Rabka
Location
Major citiesGda?sk, Elbl?g, Warsaw, Radom, Skar?ysko-Kamienna, Kielce, Kraków
Highway system
National roads in Poland

Expressway S7 or express road S7 (in Polish Droga ekspresowa S7) is a major road in Poland which has been planned to run from Gda?sk on the Baltic coast through Elbl?g, Warsaw, Radom, Kielce and Kraków to Rabka near the border with Slovakia. On almost the entire route, the S7 will be built by upgrading the existing National Road 7 (DK 7). Its total planned length is 720 km (450 mi), of which 264.2 km (164.2 mi) has been built and a further 98.45 km (61.17 mi) was under construction in April 2015.

The upgrade is part of a European plan to fund 330 kilometers of new express roads in Poland[1].

As of October 2018, the longest stretch of this road that has been completed is a 200 km (120 mi) long section between Gda?sk and Napierki. In June 2012, the S7 expressway, south of Gda?sk, formed the city's southern bypass and was opened to the public. In July 2013, the second carriageway of the Kielce bypass was completed and fully opened to traffic. Two stretches of the Southern Warsaw Bypass opened to traffic in July 2013 and September 2013, respectively. In October 2018, an extension of the S7 expressway from just north of Radom to just to the south of Szyd?owiec was opened. This forms a bypass of the town of Radom. In September 2017, an extension of the S7 expressway from J?drzejów to the border of the Holy Cross Province and Lesser Poland opened

According to current government plans, this road is to be completed by 2020.[2]

S7 near Bia?obrzegi

See also

References



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