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Highway M03 (Ukraine)

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West end:  (Kiev)
East end:  (Debaltseve)
Length  844.2 km
Major junctions:  (Poltava) (Kharkiv)
West end:  (Debaltseve)
Highway M03 (Ukraine)
East end:  (Dovzhansky) (Sverdlovsk Raion) / M19
Regions:  Kiev, Kiev Oblast, Poltava Oblast, Kharkiv Oblast, Donetsk Oblast, Luhansk Oblast

is a Ukrainian international highway (M-highway) connecting Kiev with Dovzhansky on the border with Russia, where it connects to the Russian International Highway M19. It is concurrent with from Kyiv to Debaltseve at which it is concurrent with to the border with Russia.

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Map of %D0%9C03, Ukraine

In Soviet times was part the . Today, stretches through five oblasts and ends at the border checkpoint at Dovzhansky which is part of Sverdlovsk Raion (Luhansk Oblast). The route connects Kiev and Kharkiv with the industrial region of Donbas. Part of between Kiev and Boryspil was reconstructed into automagistral to handle higher traffic between Kiev and the Boryspil International Airport. is the longest International state highway in Ukraine.

From Boryspil to Lubny, the road is a dual carriageway, thereon it continues as a single carriageway with some 2x2 sections.

Significant armed conflict has occurred on or near the eastern portions of during the War in Donbas.

Kiev - Boryspil

Kiev – Boryspil auto-magistrale is the better kept motorway in Ukraine. It provides direct access from Kiev to the Boryspil International Airport. Its traffic passing ability amasses to 40,000 vehicle per day. It has length of 18 km (11 mi) with maximum allowable speed at 130 km/h (81 mph). The motorway is part of the highway that stretches from Kiev to the Russo–Ukrainian border at the Dovzhansky border checkpoint.

References

Highway M03 (Ukraine) Wikipedia


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