Main road 4 (Hungary)

The Main road 4 is a west–east direction First class main road across the Alföld region of Hungary, that connects Budapest to the biggest eastern Hungarian cities: Szolnok, Debrecen, Nyíregyháza towards the border of Ukraine, facilitating access from the capital city of Hungary to the Ukrainian border. The road is 352 kilometres (219 mi) long,[1] this is the longest Hungarian main road. Most of the traffic was taken over by the M4 expressway until Püspökladány.

4 main road shield
4 main road
4-es főút
Route information
Part of E 60 / E 573
Length352 km (219 mi)
Major junctions
FromBudapest
Major intersections
ToZáhony
M 06 border with  Ukraine
Location
CountiesPest, Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok, Hajdú-Bihar, Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg
Major citiesBudapest, Vecsés, Üllő, Monor, Pilis, Albertirsa, Cegléd, Abony, Szolnok, Törökszentmiklós, Fegyvernek, Kenderes, Kisújszállás, Karcag, Püspökladány, Kaba, Hajdúszoboszló, Debrecen, Hajdúhadház, Téglás, Újfehértó, Nyíregyháza, Ajak, Kisvárda, Záhony
Highway system
  • Roads in Hungary

The road, as well as all other main roads in Hungary, is managed and maintained by Magyar Közút, state owned company.

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ Magyarország, autóatlasz 1:200.000, Honvédelmi Minisztérium Térképészeti Kht., ISBN 978-963-257-087-7.

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