This motorway project will provide significant improvements to the road network of southeastern Europe by linking the main cities of the region. It will also connect the ports of Patras, Igoumenitsa, Athens (Piraeus), Thessaloniki and Constanta to the heart of the enlarged European Union. The initial plan for this axis involved the construction of two new motorways across Greece.
Extensions to this axis were adopted in 2004, adding connections from the north of Greece towards the neighbouring countries, and from there towards Central Europe.
The first branch of these extensions runs along the former pan-European corridor IV from the Greek-Bulgarian border at Promahon to Nadlac on the Romanian-Hungarian border, linking Thessaloniki to Sofia and to Budapest. The other branch runs from the Romanian-Hungarian border in the direction of the port of Constanta, via Bucharest.
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Studies for the development of the motorway project of PP7 (Igoumenitsa/Patras-Athens-Sofia-Budapest Motorway Axis)
Studies for the vertical access Thessaloniki-Serres-Promachonas
Studies for M8 Motorway, Section I Lepsény-Dunaújváros and Section II Dunavecse-Kecskemét
Study for M43 motorway II. Phase Makó-Nagylak/Csanádpalota