M-1.1 Highway (Montenegro)
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M-1.1 Highway Montenegro

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M-1.1 highway
Magistralni put M-1.1
Route information
Length12.0 km (7.5 mi)
Major junctions
South end / / / in Sutomore
North end / / in Virpazar
Highway system
Highways in Montenegro

M-1.1 highway (Montenegrin: Magistralni put M-1.1) is a Montenegrin roadway.

The M-1.1 highway is built to half of motorway standard. It is planned to become part of Bar-Boljare motorway. Main part of this highway is Sozina tunnel, which is 4,189 m long. It serves as bypass the mountain range "Pa?trovska Gora" that separates Montenegrin coast from Zeta plain and Skadar Lake basin. Distance between Podgorica, capitol of Montenegro and Bar, main port is shortened by approximately 25km. The M-1.1 highway is also part of / International E-roads.


Sozina tunnel was opened on 13 July 2005, and is also the day when this road was opened. In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads[1] categorising this road as M-1.1.

Major intersections

BarSutomore0.00.0 / / /  - Budva, Ulcinjvia Sozina Tunnel
Southern end of E 65 concurrency
Southern end of E 80 concurrency
Virpazar127.5 / / Northern end of E 65 concurrency
Northern end of E 80 concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "Pravilnik o kategorizaciji dr?avnih puteva" [Regulation on categorisation of state roads]. www.sluzbenilist.me (in Montenegrin). Official Gazette of Montenegro. 5 January 2016. Retrieved 2019.

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