Strada statale 234 Codognese
The strada statale 234 "Codognese" (SS 234) was an Italian state road, created in 1959 and disestablished in 2000. It begun in Pavia and ended in Cremona, going through the Po Valley in the Lombardy region.
|Strada statale 234|
|Maintained by ANAS|
|Length||73.600 km (45.733 mi)|
|Strade Statali of Italy
The road was created in 1959 with the following route: "Junction with the state road nr. 35 in Pavia – Codogno – Junction with the state road n. 10 in Cremona." and a length of 73.600 km (45.733 mi). The road was called "Codognese", from the town of Codogno located along it.
In 1998 the government decided to devolve to the Regions all the state roads that were not considered of "national importance". The list of those roads, compiled in 2000, defined the state road nr. 234 of "regional interest", and therefore it was devolved to the Lombardy region. At this time, the road resulted 72.395 km (44.984 mi) long.
- Decreto Ministeriale 16-11-1959 (in Italian)
- Decreto Legislativo 31 marzo 1998, n. 112, art. 1, comma 1 (in Italian)
- Decreto del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri 21 febbraio 2000 (in Italian)
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