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State road D200 (Turkey)

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State road D200 (Turkey)

D.200
Route information
Part of E90
Length: 1,261 km (784 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Çanakkale (Dardanelles strait) D.550
East end: west of Refahiye (Erzincan Province) D.100
Highway system

D.200 is a west to east state road in Turkey. It starts at Çanakkale at Dardanelles strait extending D.550 and ends 10 km (6.2 mi) west of Refahiye, Erzincan Province joining with D.100. Since it runs all the way from west to east it crosses some north to south state roads such as D.555, D.565, D.575, D.160, D.650, D.675, D.260, D.750, D.765, D.785, D.795, D.805, D.850 and D.865.

Itinerary

Province Location Distance from
Çanakkale
(km)
Distance from
Çanakkale
(mile)
Distance from
Refahiye
(km)
Distance from
Refahiye
(mile)
Çanakkale Çanakkale 0 0 1261 784
Balıkesir Bandırma 166 103 1095 681
Bursa Karacabey 209 130 1052 654
Bursa 278 173 983 611
İnegöl 323 201 938 583
Bilecik Bozüyük 382 238 879 546
Eskişehir Eskişehir 427 265 834 519
Ankara Polatlı 583 362 678 422
Ankara 660 410 601 374
Elmadağ 701 436 560 348
Kırıkkale Kırıkkale 731 454 530 330
Balışeyh 752 468 509 316
Yozgat Yozgat 872 542 389 242
Sorgun 906 563 355 221
Sivas Yıldızeli 1050 653 211 131
Sivas 1096 681 165 103
Erzincan west of
Refahiye
1261 784 0 0

External links

  • İller Arası Mesafe (Distance finder)
  • KGM Turkish State Highway road map
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