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State road D550 (Turkey)

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State road D550 (Turkey)

Route information
Length: 774 km (481 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Edirne
South end: Muğla
Highway system

D.550 is a north to south state road in Turkey. It runs mostly along the west coast of Turkey. It starts at Edirne and ends in Muğla. First 226 kilometres (140 mi) of the road is in European portion of Turkey. Between Eceabat and Çanakkale it passes over the Strait of Çanakkale (popularly known as Dardanelles) by ferryboat. The rest of the road is in the Asiatic (so called Anatolia) portion of Turkey. Being north to east road it crosses the major west to east roads in Turkey like D.200 in Çanakkale and D.300 in İzmir. It shares the same itinerary with D.100 between Edirne and Hafsa at the north and it shares the same itinerary with D.400 between Yatağan and Muğla at the south.


Province Location Distance from
Distance from
Distance from
Distance from
Edirne 0 0 774 481
Havsa 27 17 747 464
Uzunköprü 111 69 663 412
Keşan [2] 153 95 621 386
Gelibolu 181 112 593 368
Eceabat 226 140 548 341
Çanakkale [3] 227 141 547 340
Ezine [2] 276 170 500 311
Ayvacık [2] 298 185 476 296
Edremit 360 224 414 257
Burhaniye 372 231 402 250
Ayvalık [2] 401 249 373 232
Dikili junction 437 272 337 209
Aliağa 494 307 280 174
Menemen[2] 522 325 252 157
İzmir 549 341 225 140
Torbalı 598 371 176 109
Selçuk 629 391 145 90
Germencik 653 406 121 75
Aydın 675 419 99 62
Çine 711 442 63 39
Yatağan junction 748 465 26 16
Muğla 774 481 0 0

References and notes

  1. ^ Vatan Türkiye Turizm Atlası, Boyut Yayıncılık, İstanbul, 2009 ISBN 978-975-23-0634-9
  2. ^ a b c d e Actually the junction on the ring road
  3. ^ 1 km distance between Eceabat and Çanakkale is actually the ferryboat distance
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