M5 highway (Russia)

The M5 Ural (Russian Урал ) is a highway of federal importance in Russia. It runs from Moscow as a continuation of the local Volgograd prospectus relating to Ryazan, Penza, Samara and Ufa to Chelyabinsk and is 1855 km long. Longer branch lines that also bear the designation M5, lead from Penza to Saransk, of Sysran to Ulyanovsk, Samara to Orenburg and Chelyabinsk to Ekaterinburg.

The M5 is part of the transcontinental road connection from Moscow to Vladivostok, and thus the AH 6 in the Asian highway network, as well as part of the European Route 30, It has a minimum between Moscow and Ryazan, as well as in sections in Samara, Ufa and Chelyabinsk to a motorway-like road.