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Offline michih

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Re: Europe Tier-5 systems overview
« Reply #30 on: August 23, 2022, 01:32:42 pm »
I've recently been to Tyrol and saw potential tier 5 routes signed. I made some research (see SSC or autobahn-online) and it seems that two states sign their secondary state routes. The status is as follows:

autl1 - Burgenland Landesstraßen 1. Ordnung (not signed)
autl2 - Carinthia Landesstraßen L (not signed)
autl3 - Lower Austria Landesstraßen L (not signed)
autl4 - Upper Austria Landesstraßen 1. Ordnung (signed on km posts)
autl5 - Salzburg Landesstraßen 1. Ordnung (usually not signed)
autl6 - Styria Landesstraßen L (not signed)
autl7 - Tyrol Landesstraßen L (signed on direction signs and km posts)
autl8 - Vorarlberg Landesstraßen L (not signed)
autl9 - Vienna Hauptstraßen A (system is not numbered but just indicated with street names)

autl7 is in preview since yesterday, autl4 will follow shortly.

btw: The odd system suffix number is the official ISO 3166-2:AT code (alphabetical order of German state names).