Highway M06 (Ukraine)

Highway M06 is a Ukrainian international highway (M-highway) connecting Kyiv to the Hungarian border near Chop, where it continues as Hungarian main road 4 to Záhony and Budapest.[1]

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Highway M06
Автошлях M06
Route information
Part of E 40 / E 50 / E 471 / E 573
Length821.5 km (510.5 mi)
846.2 km (525.8 mi) with city routes
Major junctions
East end M 03 in Kyiv
West endHungarian border near Chop
RegionsKyiv, Kyiv Oblast, Zhytomyr Oblast, Rivne Oblast, Lviv Oblast, Zakarpattia Oblast
Highway system
Roads in Ukraine

General overviewEdit

The M06 is a major transnational corridor and along with the M03 combines into European route E40.[2] The highway is also part of the Pan-European Transportation corridors III and V as well as the "Europe-Asia" Transportation corridor. It is the second longest route spanning over 800 kilometres (500 mi). For most of its length it is categorized as the category Ia highway in Ukraine (see Roads in Ukraine). The M06 connects four major European routes: E40, E50, E85, and E95.


The route from Lemberg via Stryj to the then Austro-Hungarian border belonged until 1918 to the Austrian crown land of Galicia and was called the Stryjer Reichsstraße.[3]


From Kyiv to Lviv the M06 is part of European route E40, European route E471 from Lviv to Mukacheve, European route E50 from Stryi (Lviv Region) to Uzhhorod, and European route E573 from Uzhhorod to the Hungarian border.

From Kyiv to Rivne, the road features 2 lanes in both directions with physical separation, with the exception of Zhytomyr bypass. From Rivne on, the road is mostly a single carriageway, though some dual carriageway sections exist.

Main routeEdit

Main route and connections to/intersections with other highways in Ukraine.

The route starts at the intersection of the Kyiv's beltway and Victory Parkway (Prospekt Peremohy), for which it serves as an extension. It used to be known as Brest-Litovsk Highway (Brest-Lytovske Shose).

Marker Main settlements Notes Highway Interchanges
0 km Kyiv   E 95/  E 101(  M 01 -   M 05) •   E 373  M 07  E 40  M 03  H 01  H 07
103 km Korostyshiv Bypass 17 km (11 mi)
128 km Zhytomyr Bypass 25 km (16 mi)   E 583  M 21  H 03
220 km Novohrad-Volynskyi Bypass 15 km (9.3 mi)
258 km Korets Bypass 9 km (5.6 mi)
322 km Rivne Bypass 18 km (11 mi)   H 22
374 km Dubno   E 85  M 19
441 km Brody
530 km Lviv Bypass 24 km (15 mi)   E 40  M 10(alt.   M 11) •   E 372  M 09[a]  E 471  H 17  H 02(Vynnyky) •   H 09
612 km Stryi   E 50  M 12  H 10
651 km Skole
744 km Svaliava
770 km Mukacheve   H 09
Uzhhorod   E 50  M 08
821 km Chop / Border (Hungary)  4  E 573

^a).   M 06 intersects   M 09 on its city's northern access route away from the main branch.

Access routesEdit

The highway passes the following cities going around them, however it has spurred away access routes towards them.


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Ukraine International Highways in Russian
  2. ^ European Highways in Russian
  3. ^ Kundmachung der k.k. Finanz-Landes-Direktion in Lemberg vom 21. September 1892 Zl. 69.797, betreffend die Vermauthung der Aerarialstraßen in Galizien. LGBl. Nr. 73/1892, p. 181.

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