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===Naming===  
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Use the route number as the [[Street and City names|streetname]]. <br>
Use the route number as the [[Street and City names|streetname]]. <br>
In Belgium: When it is a European freeway, use the E-number first. Luxembourg uses the national A-number first:
In Belgium: When it is a European freeway, use the E-number first. Luxembourg uses the national A-number first:
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[[File:Be-Lux-Freeway.png|thumb|left|500px|E25 - A4 in Belgium; A6 - E25 in Luxembourg]] {{clear}}
[[File:Be-Lux-Freeway.png|thumb|left|500px|E25 - A4 in Belgium; A6 - E25 in Luxembourg]] {{clear}}


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* Highway [[Service Area]]
* Highway [[Service Area]]
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 Freeway 

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This road type is used for the most important highways, for high speed traffic and long distances.

Attributes
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Naming

Use the route number as the streetname.
In Belgium: When it is a European freeway, use the E-number first. Luxembourg uses the national A-number first:

  • E313 - E34 - A13, No city, Belgium
  • A7 - E421, No city, Luxembourg
E25 - A4 in Belgium; A6 - E25 in Luxembourg

Further reading



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