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Norwegian National Road

Norwegian national road (Norwegian: Riksvei/Riksveg abbr. Rv; literally: road of the rike/realm), are roads thus categorized by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration (Statens vegvesen) which also maintains them. In 2007 there were 27,343 km of this class of Norwegian roads, which constituted 29.4% of public roads in Norway.

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Oslo Airport, Gardermoen - History - Construction
... Total investments for the airport, railways and roads were NOK 22 billion, of which Oslo Lufthavn would have a debt of NOK 11 billion after completion. 220 subcontractors were used, and working accidents were at a third of the national average, without any fatalities ... The Norwegian State Railways (NSB) established a subsidiary, NSB Gardermobanen, which would build and own the railway line, as well as operate the airport trains ...
Zdravljica
... a poem by the Slovene Romantic poet France Prešeren, considered the national poet of Slovenes ... On 27 September 1989, it became the national anthem of Slovenia ... the idea of a united Slovenia, which the March Revolution in 1848 elevated into a national political programme ...
Extreme Records of Norwegian National Roads
... Greece Shortest European route in Norway E 15 ... km Kirkenes - Storskog border Shortest other national road Rv 32 ... m Nøstetorget in Bergen Highest national road mountain pass Rv 7 1.250 m AMSL ...
Orienteering - Governing Bodies - National
... These national bodies are the rule-making body for that nation ... the British Orienteering Federation is the national governing body for the United Kingdom ...
Oslo Package 3 - Highway Projects
... Norwegian National Road 168 Røa Tunnel Norwegian National Road 4 Bjørvika–Økern Norwegian National Road 4, Fossum Diagonal Norwegian National Road 150 Nydal Junction European Route E18, Asker–Skøyen ...

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