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* '''Major Highways''' are express roads that are not freeways, and always starts with DXXX. Similar to freeways, there might be an E-x number assigned as well.
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* '''Major Highways''' are express roads that are not freeways. In Turkey, most state roads are major highway; they always starts with D-xxx. Similar to freeways, there might be an E-x number assigned as well. Use the same naming convention as described for freeways in rural areas. In urban areas, a city name may be added. The latest [http://www.kgm.gov.tr/Sayfalar/KGM/SiteTr/Trafik/TrafikveUlasimBilgileri.aspx directory of motorways] is from 2014.
 
   
 
   
 
* '''Minor Highways''' are mostly maintained by local authorities. There is no standard for road naming. We use this road type for through-going traffic or for longer distances connecting cities or towns.  
 
* '''Minor Highways''' are mostly maintained by local authorities. There is no standard for road naming. We use this road type for through-going traffic or for longer distances connecting cities or towns.  
 
   
 
   
 
* '''Ramps''' are entrance and exit roads to highways and have special functions for routing instructions. See the explanation on [[Junction_Style_Guide/Interchanges|Interchanges]] and [[At-grade_connectors|other connecting segments]] for detailed information.
 
* '''Ramps''' are entrance and exit roads to highways and have special functions for routing instructions. See the explanation on [[Junction_Style_Guide/Interchanges|Interchanges]] and [[At-grade_connectors|other connecting segments]] for detailed information.

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======Major Highways======
::: are express roads that are not freeways. In Turkey, most state roads are major highway; they always starts with D-xxx. Similar to freeways, there might be an E-x number assigned as well. The latest [http://www.kgm.gov.tr/Sayfalar/KGM/SiteTr/Trafik/TrafikveUlasimBilgileri.aspx directory of motorways] is from 2014.
Translation[[File:Turkey road shield Highway.PNG|right|55px]]
* '''Major Highways''' are express roads that are not freeways. In Turkey, most state roads are major highway; they always starts with D-xxx. Similar to freeways, there might be an E-x number assigned as well. Use the same naming convention as described for freeways in rural areas. In urban areas, a city name may be added. The latest [http://www.kgm.gov.tr/Sayfalar/KGM/SiteTr/Trafik/TrafikveUlasimBilgileri.aspx directory of motorways] is from 2014.
 
* '''Minor Highways''' are mostly maintained by local authorities. There is no standard for road naming. We use this road type for through-going traffic or for longer distances connecting cities or towns. 
 
* '''Ramps''' are entrance and exit roads to highways and have special functions for routing instructions. See the explanation on [[Junction_Style_Guide/Interchanges|Interchanges]] and [[At-grade_connectors|other connecting segments]] for detailed information.
Turkey road shield Highway.PNG
  • Major Highways are express roads that are not freeways. In Turkey, most state roads are major highway; they always starts with D-xxx. Similar to freeways, there might be an E-x number assigned as well. Use the same naming convention as described for freeways in rural areas. In urban areas, a city name may be added. The latest directory of motorways is from 2014.
  • Minor Highways are mostly maintained by local authorities. There is no standard for road naming. We use this road type for through-going traffic or for longer distances connecting cities or towns.
  • Ramps are entrance and exit roads to highways and have special functions for routing instructions. See the explanation on Interchanges and other connecting segments for detailed information.