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The Spanish motorway network is among the biggest in the world by length, after the United States and China. As of 31 December 2007[citation needed], there were approximately 14,689 km (9,127 mi) of High Capacity Roads (Sp. Vías de Gran Capacidad) in the country, which means that about 8.8% of the Spanish road network is motorway-grade. There are two main types of such roads, autopistas and autovías, which historically diferred in the strictness of the standards they are held up to.

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Differences between autopista and autovía

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The distinction between two kinds of high capacity roads is mainly a historical one, seldom with practical consequences for most but the oldest motorways. Both kinds are divided highways with full access control and at least two lanes per direction. General speed limits for both are mandated by the Spanish Traffic Law as 60 km/h (37 mph)-120 km/h (75 mph), though there are groups that ask for the latter to be raised to 140 km/h (87 mph).[1] Specific limits may be imposed based on road, meteorologic or traffic conditions.

Autopistas are specifically reserved for automobile travel, so all vehicles not able to sustain at least 60 km/h (37 mph) are banned from them. Thus, they may not be an upgrade to an older road, since the Spanish legislation requires an alternate route to be provided for such vehicles. Many, but not all, autopistas are toll roads, which also mandates an alternate toll-free route (though not necessarily a freeway) under the Spanish laws. An example is the AP-2 toll autopista, which links Saragossa with Barcelona through the Monegros desert. In this case, the alternative is the N-II, the national road that preceded the A-2 autovía.

On the other hand, autovías are usually (though not always) upgrades from older roads, and never toll roads. In general, slow vehicles like bycicles and agricultural machinery are allowed under certain restrictions so as to not disrupt the traffic excessively or cause any danger. Furthermore, an autovía will most likely follow the original road very closely, only deviating from it to avoid direct penetration into towns (which are looped around in variantes). Thus, the upgraded road usually serves as the base for one of the two directions of the new autovía, which means the turns can be steeper than in autopistas. All in all, an autovía:

  • Allows traffic banned from an autopista, like bycicles. However, if the autovía is built as a new road instead of an upgrade to an older one, this traffic may be banned too.
  • May have little to no shoulders, which are then marked with a solid line instead of the broken line of a transitable shoulder.
  • May have acceleration and deceleration lanes that are much shorter than those of autopistas.
  • May have tighter turns and steeper gradients than an autopista is allowed.
  • If space-constrained, it may even have bus stops on a service lane in the autovía itself, as opposed to requiring them to be placed on a service lane physically separated from the main road.

However, most of the situations listed here only apply to the oldest autovías, and mainly to the radial A-1 through A-6 plus the A-42 near their endpoints, which were the first to be twinned in the 60s into dual carriageways (with at-level intersections) and then were upgraded to limited-access freeways in the 70s-80s, keeping most of their old route unchanged except where the old national road ventured into towns. In those cases, the freeway would make a semi-loop called a variante around the town, leaving the old national road as the access between the freeway and the town. New autovías usually have perfectly normal acceleration and deceleration lanes, very safe turns and transitable shoulders. Thus, the practical difference between a "new" autovía and a generic autopista is mainly the frequency of exits, which is usually higher in an autovía - upgraded from an old road with many crosses - than in a new, purpose-designed autopista with fewer preconditions imposed on it.

The M-40 autopista is one of the beltways serving Madrid. It is one of the few non-toll autopistas of significative length.
The A-5 autovía near Navalcarnero, Madrid. Note the mostly inexistent acceleration lane in the road joining from the bottom right.
Modern autovías such as the A-66 near Guillena, Seville offer most, if not all, features that are required by an autopista.

State-managed motorways

Most of the high capacity roads in Spain are under the authority of the General Roads Directorate (Sp. Dirección General de Carreteras) of the Ministry of Public Works, a department of the central Government of Spain, with the exceptions of Navarre and the Basque Country, the only autonomous communities which have been transferred full powers over all roads in their territories. Usually, the DGC manages all road maintenance, but in the case of the tolled autopistas, the management is commonly delegated to the concessionaire company.

Traditionally, purpose-built autopistas or autovías were assigned names starting with A plus one or two numbers describing their general orientation, while upgraded autovías kept their original names. Thus, the freeway that is currently known as A-5 was still reported as N-V in road signs for years after the upgrade was completed, making it difficult for drivers to know in advance which roads had become autovías. However, in 2003 all Spanish motorways were uniformly renamed with the following criteria:

  • Interurban motorways are named "A-" plus two numbers, except for the six radial roads stemming from Madrid which are named A-1 through A-6. An exception to this naming rule is the radial autopistas R-2 through R-5
  • Beltways are named with a one or two letter code identifying the city they orbit, plus two digits indicative of the general distance. For example, the M-50 is further from the city of Madrid than the M-40.
  • City access motorways are named similarly to beltways, like TO-21 for a freeway leaving the A-40 towards Toledo.
  • Tolled roads add a "P" before the dash, and must be clearly identified as such in road signs.

All such names are posted in white letters on blue background, like:  A-49 . Note that none of these naming and coloring requisites affect roads under the authority of the Autonomous Communities. For example, the A-8 road in the Basque Country is a tolled autopista, as are the C-16, C-32 and C-33 in Catalonia. Other communities such as Madrid do follow the convention, and have names as MP-203 for a tolled road and M-501 for a free autovía. Furthermore, roads unter the authority of the Andalusian government also start with A, but they have longer numeric codes and different coloring.

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Interurban motorways

Map of Spanish autovias and autopistas

The roads listed below form the backbone of the Spanish high capacity network, connecting all provincial capitals and other major towns and destinations. Until recently, the network suffered from a high radiality, which collapsed the several Madrid beltways and the roads into the city and region. Since the 2000s, an effort to improve the situation was made based on two actions:

  • Build a new set of radial autopistas (named R-n instead of A-n) complementary to the old radial autovías near Madrid. Such tolled autopistas would form a new system of accesses to the capital that merges with their autovía counterparts far from Madrid. The main advantage to these roads is that they allow true fast travel from the first kilometer, while the radial autovías near Madrid (among the oldest autovía stretches in Spain) frequently go through populations, have constant entries and exits and suffer several other conditions which both jam them and make their first kilometres limited to speeds well under the normal 120 km/h (75 mph) limit.
  • Invest heavily in de-radialization efforts that create true cross-country high-capacity axes without passing through Madrid. For example, the A-66 (Autovía Ruta de la Plata) which connects the southern Andalusia with the northwest area of the country, or the A-43 which will connect the western Extremadura region with the east of Spain.
Signal Denomination Itinerary[2]
 A-1  Autovía del Norte Madrid (M-30)—Burgos, ArmiñónVitoriaSan Sebastián
 R-1  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Radial 1 Madrid (M-12)—El Molar (A-1)
 AP-1  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Norte Burgos—Armiñón
 A-2  Autovía del Nordeste Madrid (M-30)—GuadalajaraZaragoza, FragaLleidaBarcelona, Caldes de Malavella—Fornells de la Selva
 R-2  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Radial 2 Madrid (M-40)—M-50—Guadalajara A-2
 AP-2  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Nordeste Zaragoza—Lleida—El Vendrell
 A-3  Autovía del Este Madrid (M-30)—Atalaya del CañavateValencia
 R-3  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Radial 3 Madrid (M-30)—Arganda del Rey (A-3)—*—Tarancón(A-3)
 A-4  Autovía del Sur Madrid (M-30)—CórdobaSeville, Jerez de la FronteraA-48
 R-4  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Radial 4 Madrid (M-50)—Aranjuez—Ocaña (A-4/A-40/AP-36)
 AP-4  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Sur Seville—Cádiz
 A-5  Autovía del Suroeste Madrid (M-30)—MéridaBadajozPortugal
 R-5  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Radial 5 Madrid (M-40)—Navalcarnero (A-5)
 A-6  Autovía del Noroeste Madrid—Villalba, AdaneroTordesillasBenaventeLugoA Coruña
 AP-6  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Noroeste Villalba—Adanero
 A-7  Autovía del Mediterráneo Puçol—Valencia—Silla, CrevillentMurciaAlmería—*—MálagaAlgeciras
 AP-7  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Mediterráneo France—La JonqueraGirona—Barcelona—Tarragona—Puçol, Silla—Alacant, Crevillent—Cartagena—*—Vera, Málaga—Guadiaro
 A-8  Autovía del Cantábrico BilbaoTorrelavegaGijón—*—Bahamonde
 AP-9  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista del Atlántico Ferrol—A Coruña—SantiagoPontevedraVigoTui—Portugal
 A-11  Autovía del Duero Soria–*–ValladolidZamora—*—Portugal
 A-12  Autovía del Camino de Santiago PamplonaLogroño—*—Burgos—León
 A-13  Autovía A-13 Acceso Sureste-Nordeste de Logroño—*—Soria
 A-14  Autovía A-14 Lleida—*—Vielha—*—France
 A-15  Autovía de Navarra Medinaceli—*—Soria—*—Pamplona—Villabona
 A-21  Autovía del Pirineo Pamplona—*—Jaca
 A-22  Autovía Huesca-Lleida Lleida—*—Huesca
 A-23  Autovía Mudéjar SaguntoTeruel—Zaragoza—Huesca—*—Somport—*—France
 A-24  Autovía Daroca-Burgos Daroca—*—Calatayud—*—Soria—*—Burgos
 A-25  Autovía A-25 Alcolea—Monreal
 A-26  Autovía del Eje Pirenaico BesalúOlot
 A-27  Autovía Tarragona-Lleida Tarragona—*—Montblanc
 A-28  Autovía de la Alcarria Guadalajara—Tarancón
 A-30  Autovía de Murcia Albacete—Murcia—Cartagena
 A-31  Autovía de Alicante Atalaya del Cañavate—Albacete—Alicante
 A-32  Autovía Linares-Albacete Bailén—*—Linares—*—Albacete
 A-33  Autovía Cieza-Font de la Figuera Cieza—*—Yecla—*—Font de la Figuera
 A-34  Autovía A-34 L'Hospitalet de l'Infant—*—Vila-seca
 A-35  Autovía Almansa-Játiva AlmansaJátiva
 AP-36  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Ocaña-La Roda OcañaLa Roda
 AP-37  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Alicante-Murcia AlicanteMurcia
 A-40  Autovía de Castilla-La Mancha Ávila—*—MaquedaToledo—*—Cuenca—*—Teruel
 AP-41  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista AP-41 Madrid (R-5)—Toledo, Almadén—*—Espiel
 A-42  Autovía de Toledo Madrid—Toledo
 A-43  Autovía Extremadura-Comunidad Valenciana Mérida—*—Ciudad Real—*—Atalaya del Cañavate (A-3)
 A-44  Autovía de Sierra Nevada Bailén—JaénGranadaMotril
 A-45  Autovía de Málaga Córdoba—Málaga
 AP-46  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista AP-46 Alto de las Pedrizas—*—Málaga
 A-48  Autovía A-48 Cádiz—Algeciras
 A-49  Autovía del Quinto Centenario Seville—HuelvaAyamonte—Portugal
 A-50  Autovía de la Cultura Ávila–*–Salamanca
 AP-51  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Conexión Ávila Villacastín–Ávila
 A-52  Autovía de las Rías Bajas BenaventeOrense–Vigo
 AP-53  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Central Gallega Orense–Santiago
 A-54  Autovía A-54 Lugo–*–Santiago
 A-55  Autovía A-55 Vigo–Tui–Portugal
 A-56  Autovía A-56 Guntín de Pallares–*–Orense
 A-57  Autovía A-57 La Cañiza–*–Pontevedra
 A-58  Autovía A-58 Trujillo–*–Cáceres
 A-59  Autovía A-59
 A-60  Autovía A-60 Valladolid–*–León
 AP-61  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Conexión Segovia San RafaelSegovia
 A-62  Autovía de Castilla Burgos–Valladolid–Salamanca–Fuentes de Oñoro–Portugal
 A-63  Autovía A-63 OviedoLa Espina
 A-64  Autovía A-64 Villaviciosa–Oviedo
 A-65  Autovía A-65 Benavente–*–Palencia
 A-66  Autovía Ruta de la Plata Gijón–Oviedo–León–*–Zamora–*–Salamanca–*–Cáceres–*–Badajoz–*–Seville
 A-67  Autovía Cantabria-Meseta Santander–*–Palencia–Venta de Baños
 AP-68  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Vasco-aragonesa Bilbao–Logroño–Zaragoza
 AP-69  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista Dos Mares Cantabria–*–Pancorbo–*–Haro
 AP-71  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Autopista León-Astorga León–Astorga
 A-72  Autovía A-72 Monforte de Lemos–*–Chantada
 A-73  Autovía A-73 Burgos–*–Aguilar de Campoo
 A-74  Autovía A-74 Almadén–*–A-43
 A-75  Autovía A-75 Verin (A-52)–*–Feces de Abajo on the Portuguese border.
 A-76  Autovía A-76 Ponferrada–*–Orense
 A-78  Autovía A-78 CrevillenteElche
 A-79  Autovía A-79 Alicante–Elche
 A-80  Autovía del Sella Ribadesella–*–Cangas de Onís
 A-91  Autovía A-91 Puerto LumbrerasVélez Rubio

(*under construction)

Beltways, city accesses and urban highways

Most beltways, full or partial, have originated from the upgrading of one or several roads reaching the town to the autovía level, as the several variantes looping around the town were joined in a single beltway that received a new naming such as TO-20 or Z-40. The list below only contains roads that are recognized as autovías or autopistas for at least part of its length, thus disqualifying urban arteries with at-grade intersections or unrestricted direct access to the main lanes, which are better represented by the dual carriageway concept.

Region Signal Type Denomination Itinerary
A Coruña  AC-10  Urban highway Autovía AC-10 AC-11—AC-12
 AC-11  Urban highway Autovía AC-11 Avda. Alfonso Molina
 AC-12  Access road Autovía AC-12 San Pedro de Nos (N-VI)—A Coruña docks
 AC-14  Access road Southern access from A-6 A-6—A Coruña
Alicante  A-70  Partial beltway Circunvalacion de Alicante Campello (AP-7)—Elche (A-7)
 A-77  Access road North east route to Alicante Alicante (A-70)—A-7
Almería  AL-12  Access road Eastern access to Almería El Toyo (A-7)—Airport—Almería
 AL-14  Access road Almería docks access A-7—Almería docks
Ávila  A-51  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Ávila AP-51—N-110
Avilés  AI-81  Access road Eastern access to Avilés A-8—Avilés
Barcelona  B-10  Urban highway Ronda Litoral
 B-20  Urban highway Ronda de Dalt
 B-21  Access road Second access to Barcelona Airport *
 B-22  Access road Access to Barcelona Airport C-32—C-31—Barcelona Airport
 B-23  Access road Autovía B-23 Molins de Rei (AP-2, AP-7)—B-20—Avda. Diagonal
 B-24  Access road Autovía B-24 Vallirana (N-340)—Molins de Rei (A-2)
 B-30  Urban highway Calzadas laterales AP-7 Molins de Rei (A-2)—C-58
 B-40  Partial beltway Autovía Orbital de Barcelona Abrera (AP-7)—La Roca del Vallés (C-60)
Burgos  BU-11  Access road Autovía BU-11 A-1,BU-30—Burgos
 BU-30  Beltway Circunvalación de Burgos A-1 Madrid—A-62—A-231—*—N-623—A-1 Vitoria—AP-1
Cádiz  CA-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Jerez de la Frontera Cádiz Airport (A-4)—A-480—N-IVa—*—A-381
 CA-31  Access road Northern access to El Puerto de Santa María A-4—El Puerto de Santa María
 CA-32  Access road Southern access to El Puerto de Santa María AP-4—El Puerto de Santa María
 CA-33  Access road Autovía CA-33 San Fernando (A-4, A-48)—Cádiz
 CA-34  Access road Autovía CA-34
 CA-35  Access road Autovía CA-35 Puerto Real (AP-4)—Cádiz
Cartagena  CT-31  Access road Western access to Cartagena AP-7 (815)—Cartagena
 CT-32  Access road Eastern access to Cartagena A-30—AP-7 (800)
 CT-33  Access road Access to Cartagena docks A-30—Cartagena docks
 CT-34  Access road Access to Escombreras A-30—Escombreras Valley industrial area
Castellón de la Plana  CS-22  Access road Access to Castellón docks N-340—Castellón docks
Córdoba  CO-31  Partial beltway Ronda Norte N-432—A-4
Cuenca  CU-11  Access road Autovía CU-11 A-40—Cuenca (Avda. República Argentina)
Elche  EL-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Elche A-7—CV-85
Gijón  GJ-81  Access road Autopista GJ-81 A-8—Calle de Sanz Crespo
Granada  GR-14  Access road Western access to Motril port A-7—Motril port
 GR-16  Access road Eastern access to Motril port A-7—Motril port
 GR-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Granada A-44—A-92—*—N-432—*—GR-43—*—A-92G—*—A-44
 GR-43  Access road North-western access to Granada Pinos Puente (N-432)—*—Granada (A-92G)
Huelva  H-30  Partial beltway Autovía H-30 N-441—H-31—Huelva docks (N-442)
 H-31  Access road Autovía H-31 A-49—Huelva (H-30)
Jaén  J-12  Access road Northern access to Jaén A-316—Jaén
León  LE-12  Access road Autovía LE-12 LE-30—LE-20
 LE-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de León A-66—N-630—LE-12
Lleida  LL-11  Access road Eastern access to Lleida A-2—Lleida (LL-12)
 LL-12  Access road Southern access to Lleida AP-2—Lleida (LL-11)
Logroño  LO-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Logroño AP-68—N-232
Lugo  LU-11  Access road Autovía LU-11 A-6—Lugo
Madrid  M-11  Access road Western access to Barajas Airport M-30—M-40—M-12—M-14
 M-12  Spain traffic signal r200.svg Access road Eje Aeropuerto M-40—M-11—Airport terminal 4—A-1
 M-13  Access road Autovía M-13 M-14—M-12
 M-14  Access road Southern access to Barajas Airport M-40—A-2—Airport terminals 1, 2, 3—M-13
 M-21  Access road Autovía M-21 M-40—M-14—M-22—M-216—M-50
 M-23  Access road Enlace O'Donnell—R-3 Madrid (O'Donnell St.)—M-30—R-3—M-40
 M-30 [3] Urban highway Calle 30 A-1/M-11—A-2—M-23—A-3—A-4—A-42—A-5—M-500—A-6—M-40—M-607—A-1/M-11
 M-31  Access road Autovía M-31 M-40—M-45—M-50
 M-40  Beltway Autopista de Circunvalación M-40 A-1—R-2—M-11—M-12—A-2/M-21/M-14—M-201—M-23/R-3—A-3—M-31—A-4—A-42—R-5—M-45—A-5—M-501—M-503—A-6—M-30—M-607—A-1
 M-50  Beltway Autopista de Circunvalación M-50 A-1—R-2—M-111—A-2—M-21—M-206—M-45—R-3—A-3—M-31—M-301—A-4—R-4—A-42—M-409—M-407—R-5—M-506—A-5—M-501—M-503—M-505—A-6—*—M-607—*—A-1
Málaga  MA-21  Access road Autovía de Torremolinos Torremolinos (A-7) — Málaga Airport — Málaga
 MA-24  Access road Eastern access to Málaga Rincón de la Victoria (A-7) — N-340 — MA-113 — Málaga (A-7)
 MA-40  Partial beltway Hiperronda de Málaga Torremolinos (A-7) — * — A-404 — * — A-357 — * — AP-46 — * — Málaga (A-7)
Murcia  MU-30  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Murcia Murcia (A-30) — N-340a — A-7 — C-415
Oviedo  O-11  Access road Eastern access to Oviedo A-66 — Oviedo (Ronda Sur)
 O-12  Access road Western access to Oviedo A-66 — Oviedo (León Avenue)
 A-66a  Access road Autovía A-66a A-66 — Oviedo (Gen. Elorza St.)
Palencia  P-11  Access road Southern access to Palencia A-67 — Palencia (Madrid Avenue)
Pontevedra  PO-10  Partial beltway Autovía PO-10 PO-11 — AP-9 — N-550
 PO-11  Access road Access to Marín PO-10 — Marín (port)
Puertollano  PT-10  Access road Northern access to Puertollano A-41 — Puertollano
Santander  S-10  Access road Eastern access to Santander A-8 — S-30 — CA-141 — N-635 — Santander Airport — A-67 — Santander (N-623, Castilla Avenue)
 S-20  Access road Western access to Santander A-67 — S-30 — Santander (Constitución Avenue)
 S-30  Beltway Santander Bay Ronda S-20 — A-67 — * — N-623 — * — S-10
Santiago de Compostela  SC-11  Access road Southern access to Santiago AP-53/AP-9 — SC-20
 SC-20  Urban highway Autovía SC-20 N-550 — A-54 — AP-9 — SC-11
 SC-21  Access road Access to Santiago Airport A-54 — Santiago de Compostela Airport
Seville  SE-30  Urban highway Ronda de circunvalación SE-30 A-4 (North) — A-92 — A-396 — N-IV — A-4 (South) — A-8058 — A-49 — SE-20
 SE-40  Beltway Ronda de circunvalación metropolitana *
Soria  SO-20  Partial beltway Autovía SO-20 A-15 — N-122 — N-234
Tarragona  T-11  Urban highway Autovía Tarragona-Reus Tarragona (N-241) — A-7 — AP-7 — Reus Airport — C-14/T-315 — Reus (T-310) — N-420a
Toledo  TO-20  Partial beltway Circunvalación de Toledo N-403a — TO-21 — A-42 — AP-41/TO-22
 TO-21  Access road Western access to Toledo A-40 (West) — TO-20
 TO-22  Access road Eastern access to Toledo TO-20 — AP-41
Valencia  V-11  Access road Access to Valencia Airport A-3 — Valencia Airport
 V-21  Access road North-Eastern access to Valencia A-7/V-23 — CV-32 — Valencia (Ronda Nord)
 V-23  Access road Access to Sagunto A-7/V-21 — A-23 — Sagunto
 V-30  Urban highway Autovía V-30 CV-500 — V-31 — CV-36 — A-3 — CV-30 — V-11 — A-7
 V-31  Access road Southern access to Valencia A-7 — V-30
Valladolid  VA-11  Access road Eastern access to Valladolid A-11 — VA-30 — Valladolid (Soria Avenue)
 VA-21  Access road Southern access to Valladolid N-601 — VA-30 — VA-20 — Valladolid (Madrid Avenue)
 VA-20  Partial beltway Ronda de Valladolid
 VA-30  Partial beltway Autovía VA-30 *
Zamora  ZA-12  Access road Eastern access to Zamora A-11 (East) — Zamora (N-122)
Zaragoza  Z-32  Access road Western access to Zaragoza N-403a — TO-21 — A-42 — AP-41/TO-22
 Z-40  Beltway Cuarto cinturón de Zaragoza A-2 (West) — AP-68 — A-23 (North)/A-2 (East) — A-68 — A-23 (South) — A-2 (South)
 Z-50  Partial beltway Quinto cinturón de Zaragoza A-2 (East) — A-68 — *

*: under construction

Autonomous autovías

Autonomous Community Identifier Denomination From–To Length
Andalusia A-316 Ubeda–Granada/Córdoba 96,35 km
A-318 Estepa–Granada/Córdoba 72,58 km
A-381 Jerez de la Frontera–Los Barrios 88,37 km
A-92 Seville–Almería 393,54 km
A-92G Santa Fe–Granada 9,51 km
A-92M Estación de Salinas–Villanueva de Cauche 25,93 km
A-92N GuadixRegion of Murcia frontier 119,60 km
A-301 La CarolinaÚbeda 46,59 km
A-306 El CarpioTorredonjimeno 58,26 km
A-308 Autovía A-44Autovía A-92 37,04 km
A-309 MontoroCastro del Rio 43,77 km
A-330 CúllarPuebla de Don Fadrique 63,72 km
A-334 BazaHuércal-Overa 87,76 km
A-339 CabraAlcalá la Real 53,56 km
A-357 Campillos–Málaga 68,96 km
A-364 ÉcijaAutovía A-92 42,42 km
A-374 AlgodonalesRonda 33,97 km
A-375 UtreraPuerto Serrano 45,27 km
A-376 Seville–Utrera 25,94 km
A-381 Jerez de la Frontera–Los Barrios 88,30 km
A-382 Jerez de la Frontera–Arcos de la Frontera 29,10 km
A-383 Autovía A-7La Línea de la Concepción 8,44 km
A-384 Arcos de la Frontera–Antequera 132,93 km
A-394 Arahal–Puente Pájaras 38,59 km
A-397 Ronda–San Pedro de Alcántara 48,67 km
A-401 Úbeda–Moreda 82,69 km
A-403 Alcalá la Real–Dehesas Viejas 34,74 km
A-461 Santa Olalla de Calas–Minas de Riotinto 53,93 km
A-484 BonaresAlmonte 16,39 km
A-493 La Palma del CondadoValverde del Camino 35,93 km
A-495 Gibraleon–Rosal de la Frontera 84,17 km
A-496 Valverde del Camino–Cabezas Rubias 37,71 km
Asturias AS-I Autovía minera Gijón–Mieres
AS-II Autovía industrial Oviedo-Gijón
AS-III LlaneraViella
Balearic Islands MA-1 Palma de Mallorca–Peguera
MA-19 Palma de Mallorca–Llucmajor
MA-13 Palma de Mallorca–Sa Pobla
Extremadura EX-A1 De Navalmoral de la Mata a Portugal por Plasencia Navalmoral de la MataPlasencia-Portugal
EX-A2 De Miajadas a las Vegas Altas (Don Benito-Villanueva de la Serena) Miajadas–Don Benito-Villanueva de la Serena
EX-A3 De Zafra a Jerez de los Caballeros ZafraJerez de los Caballeros
EX-A4 De Cáceres a Badajoz Cáceres–Badajoz
Canary Islands TF-1 Autopista del Sur de Tenerife Santa Cruz de TenerifeAdeje
TF-4 Autopista Interconexión Norte-Sur San Cristóbal de La Laguna–Añaza (S.C. Tenerife)
TF-5 Autopista del Norte de Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife–Los Realejos
GC-1 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria–Tauro
GC-2 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria–Santa María de Guía de Gran Canaria
GC-3 GC-1GC-2
GC-4
Castile-La Mancha CM-40 Autovía de la Alcarria Guadalajara–Tarancón
CM-41 Autovía de la Sagra A-5A-4
CM-42 Autovía de los Viñedos Toledo–Tomelloso
CM-43 Autovía de La Solana ManzanaresLa Solana–*–Albacete*
CM-44 Autovía de Cuarto Centenario Ciudad Real–Valdepeñas
CM-45 Cuenca–Albacete
Castile-Leon CL-231 Autovía Camino de Santiago Burgos–León
CL-601 Segovia–Valladolid
CL-631 Ponferrada–Toreno
Catalonia C-16 Eix del Llobregat Barcelona–Manresa-Berga
C-17 Barcelona–VicRipoll
C-25 Eix Transversal Cervera–Manresa–Vic–Girona
C-31 section 1: El Vendrell-Barcelona
section 2: Barcelona-Montgat
section 3: Castell d'AroFigueres
C-32 Autopista de Pau Casals El Vendrell–Blanes
C-33 Accés a Barcelona des de l'Autopista AP-7 Montmeló–Barcelona
C-35 Connexió AP-7 Nord–C-65
C-58 Accés Nord-oest de Barcelona
C-60 Autopista de Granollers MataróGranollers
C-65 C-35–Sant Feliu
Valencian Community CV-10 La Pobla Tornesa–Almenara
CV-18 CV-10–Castelló de la Plana
CV-30 Ronda Nord de València
CV-31 Distribuïdor Nord (Corridor comarcal)
CV-33 Distribuïdor Sud (Corridor comarcal) CV-36 Torrent–V-31 Albal
CV-35 Valencia–Llíria
CV-36 Autovía de Torrent ValenciaA-7 Torrent
CV-40 Xàtiva–Albaida
CV-70 BenidormLa Nucía
CV-80 IbiSax
CV-84 A-31Elche
CV-86 Vía parque Alacant-Elx
CV-90 BenijófarTorrevieja
CV-95 Orihuela–Costa
Galicia AG-54 Autovía do Salnés AP-9 Sur de Caldas de Rei–Sanxenxo
AG-55 A Coruña–Carballo–*–Cee-Corcubión
AG-56 Autovía da Barbanza PadrónRibeira
AG-57 Autoestrada do Val Miñor Baiona–Vigo
AG-58 Santiago–*–Brión–*–Noia
AG-59 Santiago–*–Pontevea–*–A Estrada
AG-64 Ferrol–*–As Pontes de García RodríguezVilalba
AG-41 Nogueira–*–Noalla
AG-3 Lalín–Chantada
AG-5 NadelaSarria–*–Monforte de Lemos
AG-6 OurenseBande
Madrid M-30 Circunvalación de Madrid
M-40 Circunvalación de Madrid
M-45 M-40 (Getafe) – M-50 (Coslada) y M-50 (Las Rozas) – A-1 (S. S. Reyes)
M-50 A-1 (San Sebastián de los Reyes) – A-6 (Las Rozas)
M-406 Getafe–LeganésAlcorcón
M-407 Autovía de Polvoranca Fuenlabrada–Leganés
M-409 Leganés–Fuenlabrada
M-501 Autovía de los Pantanos Madrid–QuijornaNavas del Rey
M-506 Autovía de Pinto San Martín de la VegaPintoVillaviciosa de Odón
M-607 Autovía de Colmenar Viejo Madrid–Colmenar Viejo
Murcia MU-415 Alcantarilla–Caravaca de la Cruz
MU-3211 LorcaÁguilas
MU-3319 Baños y Mendigo–San Javier
MU-312 El Algar–La Manga del Mar Menor
Navarre
Basque Country BI-631 Autovía Bilbao - Mungia Bilbao–Mungia
BI-636 Corredor del Kadagua A-8(Bilbao)–Sodupe-Balmaseda
BI-637 Autovía Rontegi - La Avanzada - Uribe Kosta A-8(Barakaldo)-ErandioGetxoSopelana
N-637 Corredor del Txoriherri BI-637(Erandio)- A-8(Larrabetzu)
GI-131 Accesso Sureste de Guipúzcoa–San Sebastián
GI-632 DurangoVergaraBeasain

(*under construction)

References

  1. ^ (Spanish) movimiento140.com asks for the general limits on both autopistas an autovías to be raised to 140 km/h (87 mph).
  2. ^ Spans marked with * are under construction
  3. ^ Transferred to the Madrid City Council

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