A13 motorway (Netherlands)
Motorways in the Netherlands with A13 bolt
|Part of |
|Maintained by Rijkswaterstaat|
|Length||17 km (11 mi)|
The 17-kilometre-long (11 mi), highly congested motorway is the main motorway connection between these two cities. It is a dual carriageway with three lanes in each direction. Between the junctions Berkel and Delft-Zuid managed motorway is effective, when certain intensities occur the hard shoulder is opened for traffic heading north. The maximum speed on the road is 100 km/h.
To relieve the southern part of A13 motorway from traffic, the plan exists for a major by-pass for the city of Rotterdam, connecting the A13 directly with the A16 motorway. The A16 will be extended from its current terminus at interchange Terbregseplein towards a new interchange with the A13 between exits Berkel en Rodenrijs and Delft-Zuid. The remaining part of the A13, between this interchange and interchange Ypenburg, would then have to be widened.
The entire route is in South Holland Province.
|The Hague||6||3.7||Northern end of E 19 concurrency|
|Rijswijk||7||Laan van Delfvliet||Southbound entrance and northbound exit|
|Delft||7.5||4.7||8||Vrijenbanselaan / Kfar-Savaweg / Brasserskade|
|Rotterdam||13||Parallelstraat-Oostzijde / Parallelstraat||Northbound entrance only|
|Kleinpolderplein||Northbound entrance and southbound exit|
|19.8||12.3||Southern end of E 19 concurrency|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- "Wegbeheerders". Rijkswaterstaat. Retrieved 6 January 2015.
- A13/A16/A20: aanleg nieuwe verbindingsweg, Rijkswaterstaat Archived July 24, 2008, at the Wayback Machine (in Dutch)
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