National roads in Escadia
Types of Roads
The national road network of Escadia consists of motorways (M-series), trunk roads (A-series), primary and local roads.
The M-Series is the federal controlled-access highway system in Escadia. It's the countries primary inter-city/inter-state transit artery for automobile traffic. Only federally built controlled-access highways with certain construction standards including at least three lanes per direction are part of the M-Series. They have their own, white-on-blue signs and numbering system. The numbering series starts at 100 and increases as the north-south motorways are generally numbered using odd numbers. Similarly, the east-west routes are numbered using even numbers. The speed limit is set to 120 kilometres per hour (75 mph) throughout the network.
The A-series (4 lane) trunk network inter-connects large and medium sized cities. These are typically double-lane roads with the same quality as motorways and and have grade-separated junctions.
|A301||Gulzekne/M102 - Rosebaeka|
|A302||Heivala - Nokola - Sastarina|
|A304||Gulsta - Brodsens|
|A305||Alingby - Gulsta|
|A306||M103 - Ellinn - Rakvi - Kena - Brekstrand|
|A307||Aalsted - Helbecka|
|A310||Kurgai - Glohagen - Kongsheim - Ulkinen|
|A311||Jurvaine - Dalvik - Aarhagen|
|A313||Gellis - Ellinn - Oteru - Lahksa - Halava - Rakva - Rovattien - Heivala - Ringholm - Alingby|
|A315||Ringholm - Vanskile - Nokola|
|A317||Alingby - Hillekilde - Egelse - Bausmiera|