M2 highway (Belarus)

The M2 (Belarusian: Магістраль М2), Magistral Route Nr. 2 is 34 kilometres (21 mi) long highway in Belarus. The M2 starts after Prospekt Nezavisimost, northeast of the center of the capital Minsk, after MKAD (M9) and leads to Minsk National Airport to the east of the city. The M2 highway runs northeast to the northeast, but turns midway, 17 km (11 mi) after the ring road Smalyavichy District at the Sloboda agglomeration to the southeast towards the airport.[1][2]

M2 marker
M2
Магістраль М2
Route information
Length34 km (21 mi)
Major junctions
West endMinsk
East endMinsk National Airport
Highway system
Roads in Belarus

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Карта Автомобильных Дорог - Республика Беларусь (Karta Avtomobilnyh Dorog - Respublika Belarus), Масштаб 1:850 000. Белкарография, Minsk, 2009. {{Country data {{{1}}} | flaglink/core | variant = | size = | name = | altlink = national rugby union team | altvar = rugby union}}
  2. ^ Беларусь автомобильные дороги (Belarus avtomobilnye dorogi), 1:750 000, Тривиум, Minsk, 2010. ISBN 978-985-409-100-6. www.trivium.info {{Country data {{{1}}} | flaglink/core | variant = | size = | name = | altlink = national rugby union team | altvar = rugby union}}