I took a few pictures of M85's new section today morning.
Entering from Sopron:
Here is where the new section starts.
2-laned ramp from Sopron direction.
From here I went all the way to M86 Csorna-North, and turned back in the opposite direction in the roundabout on road 86.
M85/M86 splitting from direction Győr. The outer lane was closed until yesterday. No "M85" markings have been painted on the road so far. From here I went to Szilsárkány exit on M86, turned back, to see also the M85/M86 ramp coming from Szombathely.
Here it is. M85 ramp coming on M86 from Szombathely.
1-lane ramps, but fortunately the fly-over is 2x2.
1-laned ramps coming from both directions. Szombathely left, Győr right.
New section of M85, now towards Sopron.
Construction works will commence here soon.
Lets go home.
I hope it wasnt too hard to follow which way I went, and which ramps I used. There is a lot of them around Csorna now.
I think the solution is simply that Zagreb is a "more major" destination, hence it is on the distances sign. On the other sign, Maribor is the nearest major settlement accross the border. Also, M86 will not go towards to Croatia, but to Slovenia.
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