Toll Roads

User charge shall be paid for using the following roads of the highest category (main roads) from A1 to A18:

  • A1 Vilnius–Kaunas–Klaipėda (10.15 – 91.00 km; 102.93 – 303.74 km);
  • A2 Vilnius–Panevėžys (12.00 – 132.70 km);
  • A3 Vilnius–Minsk (6.65 – 32.91 km);
  • A4 Vilnius–Varėna–Grodno (15.51 – 133.96 km);
  • A5 Kaunas–Marijampolė–Suwalki (7.60 – 97.06 km);
  • A6 Kaunas–Zarasai–Daugavpils (6.02 – 185.40 km);
  • A7 Marijampolė–Kybartai–Kaliningrad (2.50 – 41.92 km);
  • A8 Panevėžys–Aristava–Sitkūnai (7.50 – 87.86 km);
  • A9 Panevėžys–Šiauliai (5.00 – 75.14 km);
  • A10 Panevėžys–Pasvalys–Riga (4.57 – 66.10 km);
  • A11 Šiauliai–Palanga (2.65 – 146.41 km);
  • A12 Riga–Šiauliai–Tauragė–Kaliningrad (0 – 49.70 km; 59.43 – 185.96 km);
  • A13 Klaipėda–Liepaja (11.00 – 24 77 km; 26.75 – 45.15 km);
  • A14 Vilnius–Utena (10.66 – 95.60 km);
  • A15 Vilnius–Lida (10.66 – 49.28 km);
  • A16 Vilnius–Prienai–Marijampolė (15.55 – 135.48 km);
  • A17 Panevėžys bypass (0 – 22.28 km);
  • A18 Šiauliai bypass (0 – 17.08 km).

 

Map of toll roads

 

This sign (No 840), specified in Annex 1 to the Road Traffic Regulations, approved by Resolution No 1950 of the Government of the Lithuanian Republic, mounted with the road number, marks the beginning of the toll road, for which bus or heavy vehicle‘s owners or holders shall pay the road user‘s charge.


 

 

Last updated: 12-02-2019