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State road D400 (Turkey)

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D.400
Route information
Part of
Length: 2,057 km (1,278 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Datça
East end: Road 16 at Serow, West Azarbaijan
Highway system
Between Kumluca and Kemer (Antalya Province)
In Antalya as Dumlupınar Bulvarı
Between Yeşilovacık and Silifke (Mersin Province)
Boğsak Tunnel (Mersin Province)

D-400 is an east–west state road in southern Turkey. The 2,057-kilometre (1,278 mi) road starts at Datça in the southwest corner of the Anatolian peninsula. The road ends at the Iranian border at Esendere.

D-400 runs through the cities of Marmaris, Fethiye, Antalya, Alanya, Mersin, Adana, Gaziantep, Şanlıurfa, and Hakkâri and links to Road 16 in Iran. Between Nizip and Cizre, D-400 is part of the European route .

Itinerary

In the table below the locations between Datça and Esendere are shown.[1]

Province City Distance from
previous location
Distance from
Datça
Distance from
Esendere
Muğla Datça 0 0 2,057
Bozburun 51 51 2,006
Marmaris 18 69 1,988
Muğla 27 96 1,961
Köyceğiz 33 129 1,928
Ortaca 18 147 1,910
Dalaman 5 152 1,905
Fethiye 43 195 1,862
Eşen 44 239 1,818
Antalya Kalkan 36 275 1,782
Kaş 26 301 1,756
Demre 47 348 1,609
Finike 28 376 1,681
Kumluca 18 394 1,663
Kemer 52 446 1,611
Antalya 42 488 1,569
Serik 42 530 1,527
Manavgat 36 566 1,491
Alanya 60 626 1,431
Gazipaşa 44 670 1,387
Mersin Kaledran 39 709 1,348
Anamur 45 754 1,303
Bozyazı 14 768 1,289
Aydıncık 39 807 1,150
Yeşilovacık 44 851 1,206
Silifke 42 893 1,164
Erdemli 46 939 1,118
Mersin 38 977 1,080
Tarsus 28 1,005 1,053
Adana
Adana 42 1,047 1,010
Misis 21 1,068 989
Ceyhan 24 1,092 965
Osmaniye
Osmaniye 51 1,143 914
Bahçe 30 1,173 884
Gaziantep
Nurdağı 21 1,194 853
Gaziantep 62 1,256 801
Nizip 45 1,301 756
Şanlıurfa
Birecik 16 1,317 740
Şanlıurfa 80 1,397 660
Viranşehir 91 1,488 569
Mardin
Kızıltepe 73 1,561 496
Nusaybin 56 1,617 440
Şırnak
Cizre 100 1,717 340
Şırnak 46 1,763 294
Hakkari
Hakkâri 183 1,946 111
Yüksekova 70 2,016 41
Esendere
(Iranian border)
41 2,057 0
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Intersections

References

  1. ^ Vatan Türkiye Turizm Atlası, Boyut Yayıları ,İstanbul, 2009 ISBN 978-975-23-0634--9, pp 90-97
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