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Romanian Motorways Review - Q1 2024

(c) 130km.ro / 29 March 2024

Only one section of high-speed road infrastructure was opened in the first quarter of 2024: 13.0km of expressway on the route Oradea – A3 (DEx16). The status and recent news for each Romanian motorway and expressway project is presented below.

A0 MOTORWAY (Bucharest Ringroad)

A partial route on section 1 A2 – Jilava of the motorway's Southern section, together with the remainder of section 2 Jilava – DN6, are scheduled for opening in April 2024 (after 8.7km of section 2 were opened in December 2023). There are works in progress for section 3 (DN6 – A1) which could be opened in the Summer of 2024. In total, the Southern part of the motorway has a length of 51.2km, out of which 8.7km are opened.

On the Northern part of the motorway there are contracts signed for all four sections: section 1 (DJ601 – DN1) after the delayed signing of exection contract in September 2023 (opening date in 2026); the remainder of section 2 DN1 – DN2 is scheduled for opening in 2024 (after 9.5km were opened in November 2023), section 3 DN2 – DN3 is scheduled for opening in 2025, and section 4 4 DN3 – A2 in 2024. The total length of sections under construction on the Northern part of the motorway is 40.1km.

A1 MOTORWAY (Bucharest - Nadlac)

On A1 section Bucharest - Pitesti is opened to traffic (109.6km). On the following section, Pitesti - Sibiu, section I Sibiu - Boita (13.17km) is open. All other four sections have are being prepared or have works in progress: section 2 Boita - Cornetu (31.3km, opening date in 2027), section 3 (Cornetu - Tigveni, 37.4km, opening date in 2027), section 4 Tigveni - Curtea de Arges (9.9km, opening date in 2026) and section 5 Curtea de Arges - Pitesti with works proceeding nicely (30.4km, opening date in 2025, possibly in 2024).

Sibiu ringorad (17.6km) is opened to traffic, as are the following sections, Sibiu - Orastie (82.2km) and Orastie - Deva (32.5km). The following section, Lugoj - Deva, is open with the exception of 13.2km on segment 2 (Margina - Holdea) for which works are in progress and the opening date is in 2026 (length of Lugoj - Deva segment which is open: 86.3km).

The other sections on A1, Lugoj - Timisoara (35.1km), Timisoara - Arad and Arad ringorad (41.0km) and Arad - Nadlac (38.9km) are also open to traffic.

A2 SUN MOTORWAY (Bucharest - Constanta)

Entire length open to traffic (202.8km).


First section, Bucharest - Ploiesti (65.2km), is open to traffic. On the following section, Ploiesti - Brasov, the route Rasnov - Cristian (6.3km) is open. Section Brasov - Targu Mures is dropped from official plans and was replaced with the A10 Sebes - Turda motorway. The following section, Targu Mures - Gilau (103.5km) is open to traffic.

On the last section, Gilau - Bors, status is as follows: Gilau - Nadaselu (9.5km) open; Nadaselu - Mihaiesti (16.8km) under construction with opening date in 2025; two viaducts will be built as a distinct project, in which a contractor was selected but the contract hasn’t been signed yet; Mihaiesti - Zimbor (13.3km) under construction, opening date in 2025; Zimbor - Poarta Salajului (13.3km) under construction, opening date in 2024; Poarta Salajului - Zalau (15.1km) and Zalau - Nusfalau (25.8km) – contractor selected but contract not signed yet; Nusfalau - Suplacu de Barcau (13.6km) opened in 2023; Suplacu de Barcau - Chiribis (26.4km) - contract finally signed in November 2023; Chiribis - Biharia (28.9km) – execution contract signed in March 2024; Biharia - Bors (5.4km) open.

A4 MOTORWAY (Constanta Ringroad)

Motorway opened to traffic on its entire length (21.8km).

A6 SOUTH MOTORWAY (Lugoj - Calafat)

The only section open to traffic is Balint - Lugoj ringroad (10.5km); no plans in place for additional routes on this motorway.

A7 MOTORWAY (Ploiesti - Pascani)

Bacau ringroad is opened on a route of 16.3km. For section Ploiesti - Buzau (63.3km) works are in progress for all three segments: segment 1 Dumbrava - Mizil (21.0km, scheduled for opening in 2024), segment 2 Mizil - Pietroasele (28.4km, scheduled for opening in 2024) and segment 3 Pietroasele - Buzau (13.9km, scheduled for opening in 2025).

For section Buzau - Focsani works are in progress for all four segments: 1 Buzau - Vadu Pasii (4.6km, scheduled for opening in 2024), 2 Vadu Pasii - Ramnicu Sarat (30.8km, scheduled for opening in 2025), 3 Ramnicu Sarat - Mandresti Munteni (36.1km, scheduled for opening in 2025) and 4 Mandresti Munteni - Focsani Nord (10.9km, scheduled for opening in 2024).

On section Focsani - Bacau works are in progress for all three segments: Focsani - Domnesti Targ (35.6km), Domnesti Targ - Racaciuni (38.8km) and Racaciuni - Bacau (21.5km). Opening dates for all three are in 2025. For section Bacau - Pascani there are works in progress on all three segments: 1 Saucesti - Trifesti Targ (30.3km, opening date in 2025), 2 Trifesti - Gheraiesti (19.0km, opening date in 2025) and 3 Mircesti - Pascani (28.1km, opening date in 2025). Tender procedures for sections Pascani - Suceava and Suceava - Siret are planned; they will be built as a motorway for part of their length and as an expressway for the remainder.

A8 UNITY MOTORWAY (Tg. Mures - Ungheni)

In February 2024 the execution contract was signed for section I Targu Mures - Miercurea Nirajului (24.4km, opening date in 2026). Tender is planned for all six segments of section II Miercurea Nirajului - Leghin. Contract signed in September 2023 for section III Leghin - Targu Neamt (29.9km) with opening date in 2026. Route Targu Neamt – Iasi – Ungheni is planned and there is a tender in progress for a bridge over Prut river at Ungheni.

A10 MOTORWAY (Sebes - Turda)

Motorway opened to traffic on its entire length.

A13 MOTORWAY (Sibiu - Bacau)

For route Sibiu - Fagaras the status is follows: section I Boita - Avrig/Marsa (14.25km) - contract signed in November 2023, opening date in 2027; section II Avrig/Marsa - Arpasu de Jos (19.92km) - contract signed in November 2023, opening date in 2027; section III Arpasu de Jos - Sambata de Sus (17.61km) - contract signed in August 2023, opening date in 2027; section IV Sambata de Sus - Fagaras (16.26km) - contract signed in September 2023, opening date in 2027. Tender in progress for feasibility study for route Brasov – Bacau.


Tender in progress for expressway on section Oar – Satu Mare (10.8km).


Works in progress on section A3 - DN1 (Tureni), 4.96km, opening date in 2025.


Works in progress for DEx6 expressway (12.3km). Opening is scheduled in 2024. The route connects to a bridge over the Danube between Braila and Smardan in Tulcea County which was opened in July 2023 (the bridge is not part of the Braila - Galati expressway). The bridge is scheduled for opening on 6 July 2023.

DEx12 EXPRESSWAY (Craiova - Pitesti)

Sections II Robanesti - Slatina (39.9km) and III Slatina - Colonesti (31.8km) are open. Works in progress on section I Craiova - Robanesti (17.7km) with opening date in 2025 and section IV Colonesti - Pitesti (31.9km) scheduled for opening in 2024.

DEx16 EXPRESSWAY (Arad - Oradea)

A section between Oradea and A3 motorway (at Bors) was opened in March 2024; out of a total of 19,0km for this route, 13,0km are built as an expressway and the remained as a national road. For the three sections of route Arad – Oradea tenders were launched in the first quarter of 2024. A section of 3.5km between A1 motorway at DN7 at Arad, designated A11, is opened to traffic.

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