A4 motorway (Netherlands)

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.wikipedia
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A44 motorway (Netherlands)

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Shortly before leaving the province of North Holland and entering South Holland, the A44 branches off the A4 at the interchange Burgerveen.
The A44 motorway is a motorway in the Netherlands connecting the A4 with Wassenaar.

A9 motorway (Netherlands)

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After some 4 kilometers, the road intersects A9 at the partial cloverleaf interchange Badhoevedorp.
Here one drives approximately two kilometers south by means of the combined A9/A2 before the A9 heads off to the west again towards Amstelveen, junction 'Badhoevedorp' (A4), junction 'Raasdorp' (A5), junction 'Rottepolderplein' (A200) and on to junction 'Velsen' (A22).

A5 motorway (Netherlands)

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Hereafter, another taxiway bridges crosses the A4. Southeastern of Schiphol, A5 joins the A4 at an incomplete interchange De Hoek.
It also forms a shortcut between the A4 motorway and A9 motorway, reducing travel time and distance between The Hague and Haarlem and Alkmaar.

A10 motorway (Netherlands)

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The A4 begins in the province of North Holland in the southeastern part of the city of Amsterdam at a directional T-interchange, called Knooppunt De Nieuwe Meer, with the orbital road A10, E 19 changes road from the A10 that arrives from the east onto A4, and at this interchange, the E 22 starts its run to the north concurrent with A10.
It has a length of 32 km. Five other motorways connect to the A10: motorway A8 at interchange Coenplein (north), motorway A5 at interchange Coenplein (south), A4 at interchange De Nieuwe Meer, A2 at interchange Amstel, and A1 at interchange Watergraafsmeer.

Rotterdam

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.
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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.
The outbreak of the Second World War and shifting priorities led to the current situation, where only roads A1, A2, and A4 originate from Amsterdam according to the original plan.

Vlaardingen

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When traveling under some train tracks, the road approaches exit 16, which allows access to east Vlaardingen, as well as west Schiedam.
On the east the city is (currently in part) separated from Schiedam by the A4 motorway.

Aircraft bridge

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Hereafter, another taxiway bridges crosses the A4. Southeastern of Schiphol, A5 joins the A4 at an incomplete interchange De Hoek.
At Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, the 650 m Schiphol tunnel brings the A4 motorway underneath an airplane runway and two taxiways.

The Hague

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.
Other connecting motorways are the A4, which connects the city with Amsterdam, and the A13, which runs to Rotterdam and connects to motorways towards the Belgian border.

A29 motorway (Netherlands)

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The second part starts near Heijningen, where the A29 and the A4 meet, going to the Belgian border.
The section between the planned interchange Klaaswaal and the southern terminus, near Dinteloord, is officially a part of Rijksweg number 4.

Ringvaart

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The road crosses the Ringvaart, using aqueduct the Ringvaartaquaduct, and so enters South Holland.
Near Roelofarendsveen, the Ringvaart crosses the A4 Highway by means of an navigable aqueduct.

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

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After leaving this interchange, the concurrent train tracks travels underground southwards towards Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
Schiphol Airport can easily be reached by car via the A4 and A9 motorways.

A20 motorway (Netherlands)

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It then enters the Rotterdam region at a semi-directional T-interchange, called Kethelplein, where the motorway travels to the south while the A20 concurrents with the E 25, travels from the east to the west.
The section near Rotterdam, between the interchanges with the A4 and A16 motorways, is the northern part of the so-called Ring Rotterdam, the beltway around the city.

Hoofddorp

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At Knooppunt De Hoek, the A5 motorway branches off to Haarlem from the A4 motorway that leads to Amsterdam and The Hague.

Controlled-access highway

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.

Netherlands

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.

Belgium

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.

Zandvliet

The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.

Antwerp

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The A4 Motorway, also called Rijksweg 4, is a motorway in the Netherlands, running from Amsterdam southwards through the cities of The Hague and Rotterdam, to the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp.

A15 motorway (Netherlands)

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The A4 is divided into two parts: the first and longest part from Amsterdam to the A15 near the city of Rotterdam.

Pernis, Netherlands

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There are no authorized plans for the missing link between Pernis (south of Schiedam and west of Rotterdam) and the A29 near Klaaswaal, though right-of-way has been acquired for the future A29 interchange with the A4.

Schiedam

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There are no authorized plans for the missing link between Pernis (south of Schiedam and west of Rotterdam) and the A29 near Klaaswaal, though right-of-way has been acquired for the future A29 interchange with the A4.

Right-of-way (transportation)

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There are no authorized plans for the missing link between Pernis (south of Schiedam and west of Rotterdam) and the A29 near Klaaswaal, though right-of-way has been acquired for the future A29 interchange with the A4.

North Holland

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The A4 begins in the province of North Holland in the southeastern part of the city of Amsterdam at a directional T-interchange, called Knooppunt De Nieuwe Meer, with the orbital road A10, E 19 changes road from the A10 that arrives from the east onto A4, and at this interchange, the E 22 starts its run to the north concurrent with A10.

Leiderdorp

At the municipality line between Leiderdorp and Leiden, the road uses aqueduct the Limesaquaduct to travel under the river the Oude Rijn.