List of Ring Roads - Europe - Romania


  • Centura Bucureşti (CB, Bucharest Inner Ringroad), national road class around Bucharest, currently upgrading to expressway standard;
  • Autostrada Centura Bucureşti (ACB, Bucharest Outer Ringroad), a motorway-class road circling Bucharest, currently in planning stages
  • Sibiu bypass: The 17.5 km of motorway as a part of A1 motorway forming a partial beltway around Sibiu was fully completed on August 30, 2011.
  • Autostrada Centura Constanţa (Constanţa West Bypass motorway), part of A4, currently under construction, estimated completion - end of 2011

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