MundoAndino Home : Argentina Guide at MundoAndino

National Route A008 (Argentina)

National Route A008 is a beltway highway for the city of Rosario, Argentina. Built for traffic to avoid the congested city center, it allows drivers to bypass the city going around it in a much shorter time.

In its length, it intersects with National Route 9, National Route 3, National Route 34, National Route 11 and National Route 174.

The official numbering system denotes this road as "A008" but this denomination is mostly unknown by the locals as it is still called "Avenida de Circunvalacion 25 de Mayo" ("25 of May Beltway Avenue") commemorating the May Revolution of 1810. Some sections are named after different personalities by local decree. For example:

the section from the east end on 27 Boulevard to the crossing of Ayacucho Street , is called "National Route A008 Tte. General Juan Carlos Sanchez" by decree 232 of 14 May 1981.

the section between Eva Peron Street and the exit to Santa Fe (the state capital) on the intersection with Rondeau Boulevard is called "National Route A008 Dr. Constantino Razzetti" by law 25769 of 1 September 2003.

Didn't find what you were looking for.
Need more information for your travel research or homework?
Ask your questions at the forum about Roads in Argentina or help others to find answers.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article National Route A008 (Argentina)

Disclaimer - Privacy Policy - 2009