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Old November 6th, 2005, 03:09 PM   #1
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Road projects 2010 - 2020

As of mid-2010 in procedures or under construction.


A1 Amsterdam - Amersfoort - Hengelo - German border

A1 IC Watergraafsmeer - IC Diemen - IC Muiderberg


Current status:
Watergraafsmeer - Diemen: 2x3
Diemen - Muiderberg: 2x3 + reversible lane

Short-term solution:
Watergraafsmeer - Diemen: shoulder running
Diemen - Muiderberg: extra reversible lane

Completion: early 2011

Structural solution:
Watergraafsmeer - Diemen: widening to 2x4 + shoulder running (5 lanes during rush hour)
Diemen - Muiderberg: widening to 2x5 + 2 reversible lanes + 2 bus lanes, construction of a new 14-lane aquaduct near Muiden.

Completion: 2011 - 2017

A1 Bussum - IC Eemnes


Current status:
Bussum - interchange Eemnes: 2x2 on a narrow alignment

Short-term solution:
Bussum - interchange Eemnes: shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

completion: early 2011

Structural solution:
None so far. Structural widening means either a tunnel, double-deck or (very) expensive real estate acquiring. (multi-million houses)

IC Eemnes - IC Hoevelaken


Current status:
IC Eemnes - IC Hoevelaken: 2x2 lanes

Structural solution:
Widening to 2x3 or 2x4 lanes, depending on alternative chosen.

Completion: 2012 - 2015

IC Beekbergen - IC Azelo


Current status:
IC Beekbergen - Deventer-Oost: 2x2 + plus lanes (left shoulder running)
Deventer-Oost - IC Azelo: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Beekbergen - Deventer-Oost: 2x4
Deventer-Oost - IC Azelo: 2x3

Completion: unknown, no funding and/or priority yet




A2 Amsterdam - Utrecht - Eindhoven - Maastricht

A2 IC Holendrecht - IC Oudenrijn


Current status:
IC Holendrecht - IC Oudenrijn: 2x3 (provisional widening from 1976)

Structural solution:
IC Holendrecht - Maarssen: 2x5
Maarssen - IC Oudenrijn: 2+3+3+2 (including a 10-lane tunnel)

completion: 2010 - 2012

IC Oudenrijn - IC Everdingen


Current status:
IC Oudenrijn - Nieuwegein: 4+3
Nieuwegein - IC Everdingen: 2x3

Structural solution:
IC Oudenrijn - IC Everdingen: 2x4

completion: late 2011

IC Everdingen - IC Deil


Current status:
IC Everdingen - Culemborg: 2x3
Culemborg - IC Deil: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Everdingen - IC Deil: 2x4

Completion: late 2010

IC Deil - IC Empel


Current status:
IC Deil - IC Empel: 2x3

Completion: completed early 2010

IC Empel - IC Vught


Current status:
IC Empel - IC Vught: 4x2

Completion: completed early 2010

IC Vught - IC Ekkersweijer


Current status:
IC Vught - IC Ekkersweijer: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Vught - IC Ekkersweijer: 2x3

Completion: 2011 - 2013

IC Ekkersweijer - IC Leenderheide


Current status:
IC Ekkersweijer - IC De Hogt: 4x2
IC De Hogt - IC Leenderheide: 2+3+3+2

Completion: completed mid-2010

IC Het Vonderen - IC Kerensheide


Current status:
IC Het Vonderen - IC Kerensheide: 2x2

Short-term solution:
IC Het Vonderen - IC Kerensheide: 2x2 plus shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

Completion: 2011

Structural solution:
IC Het Vonderen - IC Kerensheide: none
Fly-over IC Kerensheide to A76

completion: 2013

A2 Maastricht


Current status:
IC Kruisdonk - IC Europaplein: 2x2 with traffic lights

Structural solution:
IC Kruisdonk - IC Europaplein: 4x2 double-deck tunnel

Completion: 2010 - 2016



A4 Amsterdam - Den Haag - Rotterdam - Belgian border

IC De Nieuwe Meer - IC Badhoevedorp


Current status:
IC De Nieuwe Meer - IC Badhoevedorp: 2x3

Short-term solution:
IC De Nieuwe Meer - IC Badhoevedorp: shoulder running (4 lanes during rush hour)

completion: april 2011

IC Burgerveen - Leiden


Current status:
Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk - Hoogmade: 2x2
Hoogmade - Roelofarendsveen: 2x3
Roelofarendsveen - IC Burgerveen: 2x2

Structural solution:
Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk - Hoogmade: 2x3 (including new aquaduct)

completion: 2014

Roelofarendsveen - IC Burgerveen: 2x3 (including new aquaduct)

completion: late 2010

Delft-Zuid - IC Kethelplein


Current status:
no motorway. Traffic uses saturated 2x3 parallel A13

Structural solution:
Construction 2+3 motorway

Completion: 2011 - 2015

Dinteloord - Halsteren


Current status:
No motorway. Traffic uses N259 or nearby A59/A17

Structural solution:
Constrution 2x2 motorway

completion: 2012 - 2013



A5 Amsterdam - Hoofddorp

A10 - IC Raasdorp


Current status:
No motorway. Traffic uses nearby A10 Ring Road

Structural solution:
Construction elevated 2x2 motorway

Completion: 2009 - 2012



A6 Almere - Emmeloord - Joure

IC Muiderberg - Almere


Current status:
IC Muiderberg - Almere-S101: 2x3

Structural solution:
IC Muiderberg - Almere-S101: 2x4 + 2 reversible lanes

completion: 2011 - 2017

A7 Zaandam - Heerenveen - Groningen - German border

Ring Groningen


Current status:
2x2 N7 expressway with 1 traffic light

Structural solution:
construction 2x4 depressed freeway with full interchange with A28.

Completion: 2015 - 2020



A9 Diemen - Amstelveen - Haarlem - Alkmaar

IC Diemen - IC Holendrecht


Current status:
IC Diemen - IC Holendrecht: 2x2 lanes

Short-term solution:
shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

completion: late 2010

Structural solution:
widening to 2x5 lanes, including tunnel

completion: 2011 - 2017

IC Holendrecht - IC Badhoevedorp


Current status:
IC Holendrecht - IC Badhoevedorp: 2x3

Structural solution:
IC Holendrecht - IC Badhoevedorp: 2x4

completion: 2011 - 2017

IC Badhoevedorp - IC Raasdorp


Current status:
IC Badhoevedorp - IC Raasdorp: 2x2 on narrow alignment

Short-term solution:
shoulder running

completion: early 2011

Structural solution:
Construction 2x3 motorway on a new alignment

completion: 2012 - 2016

IC Rottepolderplein - IC Velsen


Current status:
IC Rottepolderplein - IC Velsen: 2x2 on a narrow alignment

Short-term solution:
shoulder running, 3 lanes during rush hour.

completion: early 2011

Uitgeest - Alkmaar


Current status:
Uitgeest - Alkmaar: 2x2

Short-term solution:
shoulder running (3 lanes during rursh hour)

completion: late 2011



A10 Ring Amsterdam

IC De Nieuwe Meer - IC Amstel


Current status:
IC De Nieuwe Meer - IC Amstel: 2x3

Short-term solution:
shoulder running (4 lanes during rush hour)

completion: early 2011

IC Amstel - IC Watergraafsmeer


current status:
IC Amstel - IC Watergraafsmeer: 2x3

Structural solution:
IC Amstel - IC Watergraafsmeer: 2x4

completion: 2011 - 2017

Second Coen Tunnel


Current status:
2x2 tunnel without shoulders

Structural solution:
construction of a second tunnel
4x2 lanes including 2 reversible lanes (6 lanes during rush hour)

completion: 2009 - 2012



A12 Den Haag - Utrecht - Arnhem - German border

IC Gouwe - IC Oudenrijn


Current status:
IC Gouwe - Gouda: 2x4
Gouda - Woerden: 2x3
Woerden - De Meern: 3+4
De Meern - IC Oudenrijn: 5+6

Short-term solution:
IC Gouwe - Woerden: left shoulder running (4 lanes during rush hour)

completion: mid-2011

Structural solution:
Woerden - De Meern: 2x4

Completion: mid-2011

IC Oudenrijn - Veenendaal


Current status:
IC Oudenrijn - Bunnik: 2x3
Bunnik - Veenendaal: 2x2

Solutions:
IC Oudenrijn - Bunnik: 2x4
Bunnik - Driebergen: 2x3 + shoulder running (4 lanes during rush hour)
Driebergen - Maarsbergen: shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)
Maarsbergen - Veenendaal: shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

completion: 2010 - 2014

Ede - IC Grijsoord


Current status:
Ede - IC Grijsoord: 2x2

Structural solution:
Ede - IC Grijsoord: 2x3

Completion: 2012 - 2014

IC Waterberg - IC Velperbroek


Current status:
IC Waterberg - IC Velperbroek: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Waterberg - IC Velperbroek: 2x3

Completion: 2011 - 2014



A13 Rotterdam - Den Haag

A13-A16 connection


Current status:
No motorway, traffic uses saturated nearby A20

Structural solution:
Construction of a 2x2 motorway

Completion: unknown, in procedures.

A15 Europoort - Rotterdam - Nijmegen

Rozenburg - IC Vaanplein


Current status:
Rozenburg - Spijkenisse: 2x2
Spijkenisse - IC Vaanplein: 2x3

Structural solution:
Rozenburg - Spijkenisse: 2x3 (partially left shoulder running)
Spijkenisse - IC Vaanplein: 2+3+3+2 (including new 2x2 bridge in addition to existing 2x3 tunnel)

Completion: 2010 - 2015

IC Ressen - A12 Zevenaar


Current status:
no motorway. Traffic uses A50 or N325

Structural solution:
construction of a 2x2 motorway

Completion: unknown, possibly toll road



A27 Almere - Utrecht - Breda

A27 IC Lunetten - IC Rijnsweerd


Current status:
IC Lunetten - IC Rijnsweerd: 2x4

Structural solution:
IC Lunetten - IC Rijnsweerd 4+6 (6 lanes northbound)

Completion: late 2011

Utrecht-Noord - IC Eemnes


Current status:
Utrecht-Noord - IC Eemnes: 2x2

Structural solution:
Utrecht-Noord - IC Eemnes: 2x3 or 2x4, depending on alternative chosen

Completion: 2012 - 2015

IC Lunetten - IC Hooipolder


Current status:
IC Lunetten - IC Hooipolder: mostly 2x2, some buffer lanes and shoulder running

Short-term solution:
IC Lunetten - IC Everdingen: 2x2 + shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

Completion: early 2011

Structural solution:
IC Lunetten - IC Hooipolder: 2x3 or 2x3 / 2x4 or 2x3 / 4x2 depending on alternative
Construction of a new Merwede Bridge near Gorinchem (8 lanes)

Completion: 2013 - 2018



A28 Utrecht - Amersfoort - Zwolle - Groningen

IC Rijnsweerd - IC Hoevelaken


Current status:
IC Rijnsweerd - IC Hoevelaken: 2x2

Short-term solution:
Amersfoort-Zuid - IC Hoevelaken: left shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)

Structural solution:
IC Rijnsweerd - Amersfoort-Zuid: 2x3

Completion: 2010 - 2012

Amersfoort-Zuid - IC Hoevelaken: 4x2

Completion: unknown, no funding yet, requires ROW expansion

IC Hattemerbroek - IC Lankhorst


Current status:
IC Hattemerbroek - Zwolle-Zuid: 2x3
Zwolle-Zuid - Ommen: 2x2 + left shoulder running (3 lanes during rush hour)
Ommen - IC Lankhorst: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Hattemerbroek - Zwolle-Zuid: 2x4
Ommen - IC Lankhorst: 2x3

Completion: early 2011



A50 Eindhoven - Arnhem - Zwolle

IC Ewijk - IC Grijsoord


Current status:
IC Ewijk - IC Grijsoord: 2x2

Structural solution:
IC Ewijk - IC Valburg: 2x4 (including second Waal bridge)

Completion: 2010 - 2014

IC Valburg - IC Grijsoord: 2x3

Completion: mid-2011

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Schiphol - Amsterdam - Almere (SAA)

The SAA project is the largest motorway project undertaken in the Netherlands in at least the last few decades. A few years ago, it became clear there was no political will for a new A6-A9 connection, thus plans changed and they opted for a massive widening of existing motorways. In 2010 the design-record of decision has been taken, and a record of decision is expected in 2011 with road works commencing in 2012 and completion in 2018.

This is the scope of the project:


The most vital link is the A1 between interchanges Diemen and Muiderberg. It currently carries 190.000 vehicles per day. It has 2x3 lanes plus a reversible lane, which will be dualled until early 2011, hence 8 lanes. To cope with the astounding growth of the city of Almere (from 180.000 to 350.000 inhabitants), a large-scale expansion of the motorway network to the job locations (southern Amsterdam, Schiphol area) is necessary.

The predicted 2022 traffic volume on the A1 motorway is 311.000 vehicles per day. In other words, around 370.000 people will use it on a daily basis. This is as much as 40% of the entire Dutch public transport. Only the growth of traffic on this corridor equals 15% of the entire Dutch public transport. It will become the busiest motorway in the Netherlands, and possibly Europe (tie with M-30 in Madrid).

Section: A1 interchange Watergraafsmeer (A10) - interchange Diemen (A9)

This section will be widened from 2x3 lanes to 2x4 lanes. There will be 10 lanes close to both interchanges.


Section: A1 interchange Diemen (A9) - interchange Muiderberg (A6)

This section will be widened from 2x3+2 lanes to 2x5+2 lanes plus 2 bus lanes, 14 lanes total. The drawbridge near Muiden will be replaced by a 14-lane aquaduct slightly south of the existing bridge, the widest aquaduct in the world. Some sections will feature 2x6 through lanes.


Section: A6 interchange Muiderberg (A1) - Almere-Buiten-Oost

This section will be widened from 2x3 / 2x2 lanes to an express-local setup, with basically 4x2 lanes near Almere, but up to 16 lanes closer to interchange Muiderberg. The existing Holland Bridge will be replaced by a new, 15-lane bridge, including 11 motorway lanes, 2 bus lanes and 2 non-motorway lanes for slow traffic. This bridge will become the widest in the Netherlands, surpassing the 12-lane Brienenoord Bridge in Rotterdam.


Section: A9 interchange Diemen (A1) - interchange Holendrecht (A2)

This section currently has 2x2 lanes and shoulder running during peak hours. Due to the expected growth on the A1-A9 corridor, interchange Diemen will be drastically realigned and Almere - Haarlem will become the through direction (A1 will run through a TOTSO). This section will be changed with a new tunnel, with 10 lanes, with a 5x2 setup (2 reversible lanes) in the tunnel, which will become 2x5 lanes approaching interchange Diemen.


Section: A9 interchange Badhoevedorp (A4) - interchange Holendrecht (A2)

This section currently has mostly 2x3 lanes, with 4 lanes per direction near interchanges. This section will see a modest upgrade with 2x4 lanes all the way, except approaching interchanges, where 2x5 or 2x6 lanes will be constructed. No exceptional constructions are needed here.


Section: A10 interchange Watergraafsmeer (A1) - interchange Amstel (A2)

This section currently has 2x3 lanes, and will be modestly upgraded to 2x4 lanes. This section has a narrow right-of-way and passes under a section of the Watergraafsmeer classification yard, which means there is not much space.


Related widenings:

A1: Bussum - interchange Eemnes
This section has a very narrow ROW and currently features 2x2 lanes. Shoulder running will be implemented by early 2011.

A2: Amsterdam - Utrecht
This section has recently been widened to 2x5 lanes, but will not be finished near Utrecht until late 2012 due to severe tunnel technical installation problems.

A4: Schiphol - Amsterdam
This section is currently the busiest 2x3 motorway in the Netherlands with 190.000 vehicles per day. For now, shoulder running will be added.

A10: Amsterdam-South
This section currently has 2x3 lanes and is severely congested. As a short-term solution, shoulder running will be added between A2 and A4. There are plans to completely rebuild the area around the motorway, including putting all motorway and rail infrastructure underground with 4x3 lanes. This is very expensive and can only be realized in conjunction with real estate development, but is put on-hold due to the economic situation.
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Holland is the very type of the sunset country.
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OH.... well it's verry empty now isn't it
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correct link:
http://www.autosnelwegen.nl/asw/galerie.htm
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Old December 2nd, 2005, 04:16 PM   #7
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NL traffic

The amount of highway in Netherlands was 2346 km. ( more than for example Spain )
total size if NL is 33.875 km2 , so the highest desity of highways in the world



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I'm sorry, but Spain has more Kms. of highways than NL.
If you count the Autopistas and Autovias (which you can consider as highway) Normaly the autopistas have toll (péage). The Autovias are in good condition sometimes better than the Autopistas.

Here some facts from the Spanish government internetsite:

Autopistas de peaje: 2.202 km
Autovías y autopistas libres: 6.847 km

http://www.fomento.es/MFOM/LANG_CAST...AS/DEL_ESTADO/

But in The Netherlands the roadnetwork is very good! I like to drive there!

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Do you have examples(images) of autovías or(or is y and? ) autopistas libres? I think in Holland we call such roads "autoweg". Don't know how much KM of roads we have of that.
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In Spain there are two classes of motorways: AP and A. Only AP roads are described as real motorways (autopista). A roads are 'dual carrigeways with motorway characterestics', that means that is is build with motorway standards, but not in fact a motorway. In the Netherlands you have just a few of those roads, but they are not signed as (semi-)motorway since it is not a special road class. Our "Autoweg" means road for fast traffic, but that implies also normal roads with limited access.
In the Netherlands you just have A roads (Motorways) and N roads (Non-motorways). (There are smaller s and r roads, but that is another story...)

To have in mind the size of the country, the Netherlands and Belgium has the most higways per square kilometer in Western Europe!
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Does anyone have pictures of the motorway that goes under Schipol airport? I noticed it when landing there this spring.
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Hard to tell, as I only saw it as the plane was taxing, but it could be it
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Viaduct built for deer, hogs etc

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Lol we have so many green bridges that they have to shoot the wild coz their population increased tooo much
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This claims to be largest 'ecoduct' in the world: 800m and crosses railways, motorways and waterways.



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