Autopista A4 (Cuba)

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Autopista A4
(Autopista Este-Oeste)
East-West Motorway
Map of the Cuban motorway network
The A4 at the exit of Candelaria
Route information
Length 156 km (97 mi)
Existed 1989 – present
Major junctions
East end Havana
West end Pinar del Río
Location
Major cities Havana, Guanajay, Artemisa, San Cristóbal, Consolación del Sur, Pinar del Río
Highway system
Roads in Cuba
An A4 bridge in Guanajay crossing the new Havana-Mariel railway line

The Autopista A4, also known as Autopista Este-Oeste or Autopista Nacional Este-Oeste, is a Cuban motorway linking Havana to Pinar del Río.[1] It is a toll-free road and has a length of 156 km (97 mi). Along with the Autopista A1 (Autopista Nacional), partly built, that will link Havana to Guantánamo, it is classified as part of the whole Autopista Nacional route,[2] spanning the length of the island; as the Carretera Central highway.

History

The motorway, connected to the A1 via the Havana Beltway (A2), was opened on December 19, 1989.[2]

Route

The A4 is a dual carriageway with 6 lanes from Havana to Guanajay, 4 lanes from Guanajay to Pinar del Río, and has some at-grade intersections with rural roads. From Guanajay it is a beltway (Autopista ZEDM) linking the A4 to the Port of Mariel.

AUTOPISTA A4 (Autopista Este-Oeste)
Exit ↓km↓ Province Note
AB-AS-grün.svg Habana Calle 100 0.0 Havana  
AB-Kreuz-grün.svg Autopista A2 sign (Cuba).png Habana CUJAEPrimer Anillo
(link to Autopista A1 sign (Cuba).png Havana-Guantánamo and other motorways)
1.7 Havana  
AB-AS-grün.svg Habana La Lisa 4.9 Havana  
AB-Kreuz-grün.svg Habana Avenida 23–Autopista del Mediodía
(to San Antonio de los Baños)
8.4 Havana  
AB-AS-grün.svg Bauta 16.7 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Caimito 24.7 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Guanajay-Mariel
(AB-Kreuz-grün.svg 10-km beltway to the Port of Mariel)
37.0 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Artemisa-Guanajay Sur 41.0 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Artemisa-Cayajabos 54.3 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Las Terrazas 60.4 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Candelaria-Soroa 71.6 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg San Cristóbal
(to Bahía Honda)
82.4 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Taco Taco-Los Pinos 90.0 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg López Peña 95.5 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Los Palacios 105.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Paso Quemado-Paso Real 112.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Herradura 125.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Consolación del Sur 134.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Puerta de Golpe 141.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Las Ovas 146.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Pinar del Río-Viñales 153.0 Pinar del Río  
AB-AS-grün.svg Pinar del Río 156.0 Pinar del Río  
A4 – Port of Mariel Beltway (Autopista ZEDM)
Exit ↓km↓ Province Note
AB-AS-grün.svg Autopista A4 sign (Cuba).png Guanajay–A4 (main route) 0.0 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Zayas-Cabañas 1.5 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Mariel-Nodarse 4.1 Artemisa  
AB-AS-grün.svg Mariel Puerto 10.0 Artemisa  

See also

References

  1. ^ Source: Mapa de Carreteras de Cuba (Road map of Cuba). Ediciones GEO, Havana 2011 - ISBN 959-7049-21-X
  2. ^ a b (in Spanish) Autopista Nacional on EcuRed

External links

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