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List of motorways in Belgium

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List of motorways in Belgium

motorways in Belgium

In Belgium, the motorways (Dutch: autosnelwegen; French: autoroutes; German: Autobahnen) are indicated by an A and an E(uropean) number. The E numbers are used most often. Roads that are (part of) a ring road around a town or city are mostly indicated by an R number.

Since 1989, all highways are built and maintained by the governments of the three regions (Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels).

A1 - A12 (Radial Motorways)

This first list concerns the motorways which start from the ring of Brussels to other cities and are which are clockwise : A1 towards the north, A2 towards the north-east, A3 towards the east, etc.

NB. the motorwats A5,A6 and A9 have never been built.
A27 near to St. Vith

A11 - A54 (Secondary Motorways)

A112 - A604 (Local Motorways)

Aborted projects

Ring roads (R)





Former province of Brabant, corresponds to Flemish Brabant, Walloon Brabant and the Brussels-Capital Region nowadays.

  • R20 - Small ring of Brussels
  • R21 - Intermediate Ring of Brussels
  • R22 - Greater ring or second ring of Brussels
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