D38 road (Croatia)
|Length:||120.8 km (75.1 mi)|
|From:||D5 in Pakrac|
| D51 in Brestovac and Požega
D53 near Ruševo
|To:||D5 near Đakovo|
|Major cities:||Pakrac, Požega, Pleternica, Đakovo|
The road, as well as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske Ceste, state owned company.
Traffic is regularly counted and reported by Hrvatske Ceste, operator of the road.
|D38 traffic volume|
|D38||3401 Pakrac east||1,056||1,098||Adjacent to the D5 junction.|
|D38||3504 Pasikovci||1,884||2,325||Adjacent to the Ž4113 junction.|
|D38||3505 Kuzmica||6,390||6,362||Adjacent to the Ž4116 junction.|
|D38||3507 Pleternica east||1,276||1,367||Adjacent to the Ž4030 junction.|
|D38||3605 Levanjska Varoš||839||901||Adjacent to the Ž4144 junction.|
D5 to Lipik and Okučani (to the south) and to Daruvar and Virovitica (to the north).
Ž4099 to Šeovica.
The western terminus of the road.
D69 to Zvečevo, Voćin and Slatina.
Ž4100 to Milivojevci.
D51 to Nova Gradiška and the A3 motorway Nova Gradiška interchange (to the west). The D38 and D51 roads are concurrent east of Brestovac.
D51 to Jakšić and Našice (to the east). The D38 and D51 roads are concurrent west of Požega.
Ž4243 to Vidovci.
Ž4253 to Velika.
Ž4243 to Požega.
Ž4116 to Jakšić and Vetovo.
D49 to Slavonski Brod (via D525) and Batrina.
Ž4030 to Kutjevo and Orahovica.
|D53 to Slavonski Brod (to the south). The D38 and D53 roads are concurrent to the north.|
|D53 to Našice (to the north). The D38 and D53 roads are concurrent to the south.|
Ž4144 to Breznica Đakovačka.
|Ž4163 to Trnava and Staro Topolje.|
|Ž4129 to Kondrić and Satnica Đakovačka.|
|Ž4164 to Svetoblažje and Dragotin.|
| D7 to Čepin (to the north) and Vrpolje (to the south.
Ž4147 to Đakovo. Eastbound D38 traffic defaults to Ž4147 and vice versa.
Southern terminus of the road.
Last modified on 21 March 2013, at 09:49↑Jump back a section
- "Decision on categorization of public roads as state roads, county roads and local roads". Narodne novine (in Croatian). February 17, 2010.
- "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004.
- "Traffic counting on the roadways of Croatia in 2009 - digest". Hrvatske Ceste. May 1, 2010.