I don't like font of Lithuanian and Latvian number plates, letters and numbers are just too thick. If they were at least thinner, like Estonian or Czech number plates, I would not mind that much.I just hate that FE-Schrift and wish that Lithuania will retain contemporary old style German font, used here for 30 years.
Interchange Törökszentmiklós-west looks a bit complicated. Are there any plans to build a bypass of the city (road 46) and maybe demolish the old 4-46 interchange?After 8,5 years of constructing, 27 km long M4 section of Abony-Törökszentmiklós will open today -including a new bridge over Tisza.
The title of this report about the in-progress M76 states it will be built as "smart road", however in the content I could not find a hint to what would constitute its "smartness".
So it won't connect directly to M5??Construction of the western part of M44 is starting.
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It will be connected to road 5 with a turbo roundabout. It's estimated that this road will be finished in 2025.
"The last stretch of 32.2 km will extend to Kecskemét, Main Road 5, where a turbo roundabout will cater for its connection with the M5 motorway, through the junction Kecskemét-North."[...] az utolsó 32,2 kilométer hosszú szakasz Kecskemétig, az 5-ös számú főútig tart, ahol egy turbó körforgalom biztosítja majd a csatlakozást az M5-ös autópályával, a Kecskemét-Észak csomóponton keresztül.
No.So it won't connect directly to M5??
And a roundabout can handle around 15-20k AADT traffic if spread between all the entrances. It is only when you exceed that number that you get congestion and tailbacks.So the politicians can say: OK, we build a roundabout instead, and of the money saved by that we construct 20-30 kms of expressway somewhere, that is much more useful. Such a decision may be annoying, but quite reasonable.