European route E314 in the Netherlands

European route E 314 (E 314) is a west–east European route, running from Leuven in Belgium, through the Netherlands, to Aachen in Germany.

European route E 314
European routes in the Netherlands with E 314 in dark green
Route information
Maintained by Rijkswaterstaat[1]
Major junctions
West end E 314 / A2 at Belgium border
 
East end E 314 / A 4 at Germany border
Location
ProvincesLimburg
Highway system

The highway is maintained by Rijkswaterstaat.[1]

Route description

History

Exit list

The entire route is in Limburg Province.

Municipalitykm[2]miExitNameDestinationsNotes
Stein0.10.062 E 314 / A2 west Brussels, AntwerpContinuation into Belgium; west end of A76 overlap
0.60.371SteinHeerstraat-Centrum / Heerstraat-ZuidEastbound exit and westbound entrance only
Sittard-Geleen2.71.7Kerensheide Interchange E 25 / A2 Maastricht, Amsterdam, Eindhoven
2.71.71aSteinKerenshofwegWestbound exit only
4.93.02GeleenPrins Mauritslaan / Rijksweg Zuid
Beek7.34.53SpaubeekZandstraat / Op Het VeldjeWestbound entrance missing
Schinnen9.76.04SchinnenNutherweg / Hettekensweg / Breinder / Nagelbeek
Nuth12.07.55Nuth N298 (Van Eynattenweg / Naanhofsweg) / Daelderweg / Stationsplein / Spoorstraat
Voerendaal14.59.0Ten Esschen Interchange N281 south Landgraaf, HeerlenEastbound exit and westbound entrance only
16.210.16VoerendaalBeersdalwegWestbound exit only
Heerlen18.911.7Kunderberg Interchange A79 west / Welterlaan Maastricht, Valkenburg aan de Geul, VoerendaalMissing ramps to and from Welterlaan
Simpelveld25.015.57Simpelveld N281 Simpelveld, Kerkrade, Heerlen, Landgraaf
27.116.8 E 314 / A 4 southeastContinuation into Germany; east end of A76 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

  • Netherlands portal
  • Roads portal

References

  1. "Wegbeheerders". Rijkswaterstaat. Retrieved 24 January 2017.
  2. "Stichting Incident Management Nederland". Retrieved 24 January 2017.
European route E314
Previous country:
Belgium
Netherlands Next country:
Germany
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