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ROAD NETWORK CONNECTION AND POLISH BORDERLAND – UKRAINIAN

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For each visitor during the trip road connections are very important. By going to the Unknown Ukraine you should get to know with this type of connections. Driving from the Poland through the area of ​​Polish-Ukrainian borderlands, you can safely use the local, regional and international connections. The road network in the Polish-Ukrainian borderland area is very dense. The only barrier is the condition of asphalt. But for a person, that has motivation and desire to know the World, Ukraine, and also has a good sense of humor, is an optimistic person - bad road conditions, is no barrier !!! With a dense network of existing asphalt roads, numerous road connections emerged. Network connections EN Road UA ico

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CATEGORY OF ARTICLE: Articles, Transport March 9, 2011, 18:00

Network Road Ukrainian-Polish border is very dense. The only barrier is the condition of asphalt. But for a person, that has motivation and desire to know the World, Ukraine, and also has a good sense of humor, is an optimistic person - bad road conditions, is no barrier!

 

Roads in Ukraine have a different nomenclature than in the European Union. There are indications: „M” (main road) and "H" (country / national roads), while in the European Union applies the designation "E" (European routes):

M-06 This is equivalent to the overlapping part of the European routes E-50 and E-471;

M-07 This is equivalent to the European route E-373;

M-09 This is equivalent to the European route E-372;

M-10 is the main route linking Lviv with Krakovec;

M-11 This is equivalent to the European route E-40;

M-12 is the main route linking Stryy with the Central Ukraine;

M-19 is the main route connecting Brest with Bucharest.

For each visitor during the trip road connections are very important. By going to the Unknown Ukraine you should get to know with this type of connections. Driving from the Poland through the area of ​​Polish-Ukrainian borderlands, you can safely use the local, regional and international connections.

With a dense network of existing asphalt roads, numerous road connections emerged. In addition to private passenger traffic and truck, bus transportation operates smoothly. There is a huge amount of international coaches, which cross the state border in six road crossing.

Buses between the Polish and Ukraine

Currently, there are a huge number of carriers, who make journeys to many Polish cities. Heading back to Ukraine, directions of transport are dispersed in the area of Regions (Oblasts): Volynska, Lviv and Ivano-Frankivsk, but also Central Ukraine.

Poles, do journeys mainly for purposes: tourist, sentimental, family visit, and commercial.

We are on the search engine, which will help with reservations and comparing prices in the coach transport. We encourage you to use.

Search tickets for buses EN – UA to UA – EN

So dear readers - BON VOYAGE !!!

As for public transport, or for a short distance in Ukraine are used in most of the so-called. “minibuses”.



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