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Below is a world list of beltways.

Africa

Egypt



South Africa

South Africa has the most advanced road system of any African country. Most of the major cities' ring roads were built in the 1970s. Well constructed, they are on par with the best in the Western world.



North and South America

Argentina



Brazil



Canada

Alberta

Manitoba

New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Quebec



Saskatchewan



Chile



Mexico

  • Circuito Interior, Mexico City. The inner beltway inside Mexico City proper.
  • Libramiento Arco Norte a toll road partly under construction being built around Mexico City.
  • Periférico Manuel Gómez Morín, Guadalajara, Jaliscomarker. The ring has a gap: it starts at the Federal Highway 44, circles around the city as a 3+3 lane highway, becomes a 2+2 lane road in the Tonalá municipality, and ends abruptly in the Federal Highway 90.
  • Anillo Interno 210, Monterrey, Nuevo Leónmarker. The beltway is almost a complete 3+3 lane highway. In clockwise it starts in the intersection with Avenida Constitución and continues until Avenida Gonzalitos – Fidel Velazquez, then Avenida Nogalar, Avenida Los Angeles, until the intersection Churubusco – Avenida Constitución. The beltway is a complete freeway except for the part from Avenida Los Angeles – Churubusco until Avenida Constitución (east part of the Beltway).
  • Tijuana-Rosarito Autopista, Tijuana, Baja Californiamarker. Currently under construction, it will form a bypass around Tijuana connecting Federal Highway 2 to Federal Highway 1 in Ensenada.


United States

Alabama



Arkansas



Arizona



California



Colorado



Connecticut



District of Columbia



Florida



Georgia



Illinois



Indiana



Iowa



Kansas



Kentucky



Louisiana



Maryland



Massachusetts



Minnesota



Mississippi



Missouri



Nebraska



Nevada



New Hampshire



New Jersey



New York



North Carolina



Ohio



Oregon



Pennsylvania



Rhode Island



South Carolina



South Dakota



Tennessee



Texas



Utah



Vermont



Virginia



Washington



Wisconsin



Asia

Afghanistan

  • Highway 1 is a long circular beltway the connects the major Afghan cities of Kabul, Ghazni, Kandahar, Farah, Meymaneh, and Mazar. It is being rebuilt to modern standards by the international community.


China



Hong Kong

  • Route 9, a ring road linking most of the suburbs in Hong Kong


Philippines

Metro Manila

Major Roads in Metro Manila

Indonesia

  • Jakarta Inner Ring Road
  • Jakarta Outer Ring Road (some sections uncompleted)
  • Semarang Ring Road (Arteri Semarang Toll Road)
  • Surabaya (Gresik – Gempol Toll Road)


India



Japan

Tokyo



Osaka



South Korea

Seoul

Daejeon



Malaysia

Johor Bahru



Kuala Lumpur



Penang



Others



Nepal



Thailand

Bangkok

  • Ratchadaphisek Road (inner ring)




Singapore











Australia

New South Wales



Queensland



Victoria



Western Australia



Europe

Austria



Azerbaijan



Belarus



Belgium



Croatia

  • Zagreb bypassmarker (A2, A3, A4)
    • A second, bypass (proposed signing is A15) was announced to be part of the 2009–2012 four-year construction plan)
  • Rijekamarker bypass (A7)


Czech Republic



Finland

  • Kehä 0 (Ring 0), a conceptual approach to routing traffic away from the very centre of the city, to develop greater pedestrian access areas in the centre, the so-called "carless centre". Though this is the least legitimate in the sense of what is commonly thought as a ring road, merely consisting of ways to route traffic, it differs from the other ring roads in that it would consist of a fully circular network of routes around a focal point, rather than I, II and III, which are properly only semicircular, being as they are, limited by the sea on one side.
  • Kehä I (Ring 1), encircling Helsinkimarker while also passing through Espoomarker, for local traffic
  • Kehä IImarker (Ring 2), traffic loadout highway through Espoomarker, for local traffic (Kehä II is not an actual ring road but only a stub – the complete ring is not yet even planned)
  • Kehä III (Ring 3), bypass of Helsinki, part of E18, encircling Helsinkimarker through Vantaamarker, Espoomarker and Kirkkonummimarker, for local traffic and long distance traffic


France



Germany



Greece



Hungary



Iceland

  • Route 1, which circles the entire country


Ireland

All ring roads listed are not arranged from previously existing roads.

Italy



Netherlands

  • Ring Amsterdam (A10), Amsterdammarker
  • Ring Rotterdam (A4/A15/A16/A20), Rotterdammarker
  • Ring Utrecht (A2/A12/A27/Zuilensering), Utrechtmarker
  • Centrumring Amsterdam (S100)
  • Ring Almelo
  • Ring Almere
  • Ring Alkmaar
  • Ring Alphen aan den Rijn
  • Ring Apeldoorn
  • Ring Barendrecht
  • Ring Den Haag
  • Ring Eindhoven (inner) and Randweg Eindhoven (A2/A67, outer; incomplete)
  • Ring Enschede
  • Ring Franeker
  • Ring Groningen
  • Ring 's-Hertogenbosch
  • Ring Leeuwarden
  • Ring Maastricht
  • Ring Sneek
  • Ring Spijkenisse
  • Ring Zwolle
  • Ringweg Bruinisse
  • Ringweg Kats
  • Ringweg Harderwijk


Norway

  • Oslo Ringveg, Oslomarker (three ring roads going around the city centre, with a mutual road (E18) in southernmost part of the city)


Poland



Portugal



Russia



Slovenia



Spain



Sweden

  • Stockholm ring road (half-completed; northern section under construction, eastern section under feasibility study)
  • Malmö Inner Beltway
  • Malmö Outer Beltway


Ukraine

United Kingdom



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