The purpose of this page is to explain the Dutch road system and how road route relations are mapped in OSM. For tagging the individual ways, see The Netherlands roads tagging.

Further down this page you can also find information on the Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

In the Netherlands, the road numbering system classifies 4 types[1]: A-roads, N-roads, S-roads and R-roads, which all have their own network=* value in the relation and naming convention.

The individual ways are added from one starting point (generally the city in the from=* field. The from and to field are determined by the start point of the hectometrification). The role of each member (no role, forward or backward) are added according to the direction of the way relative to the order the members are added. Only the main carriageways are added, parallel roads or ramps in a highway intersection are not added. See the relation of the A73 as example.

There are a few exception that need to be explained.

• If there is a gap in a road, for example if a part a N-road is a A-road, leave a gap in the relation and only add the ways with the ref of the road that is added. See the relation of the N275 as example.
• If a road has multiple operators (for example a road crossing multiple provinces), don't split the relation per operator but instead, indicate multiple operators like follows: operator=operator1;operator2;...
• If a route crosses an intersection, for example a roundabout that is not part of the road according to the name/ref of the way, still add the roundabout to create a continuous route.

Below, the different values for network=* and name=* for the different types of road are explained.

## List of road route relations

A-roads are the motorways (autosnelwegen), N-roads are the main non-motorways (niet-autosnelwegen) (exceptions exist for short distances). Both share the same numbering system, and some roads have both an A part and an N part. They are operated by different government bodies like Rijkswaterstaat (often the roads with 1 or 2-digit numbers, exceptions exist such as N200[3]), provinces, municipalities (often the roads with 3-digit numbers). Use the tag network=NL:A or network=NL:N. For the name=*, the same value as the ref can be used. No prefix like "Rijksweg" or "Provinciale weg" is added as name because there are complex exceptions where not the entire road is of the same operator or where the Rijksweg-number is different from the actual road number (such as A18 in Rijksweg 15[4]). So for example name=A2 or name=N570.

#### Numbers 1-100

The Nationaal Routenummerplan 1982 reserved the numbers 1-100 for primary routes of the Rijkswegenplan 1982, previously signposted routes of the Rijkswegenplan 1968, and planvervangende wegen.[5]

Relations From To
Amsterdam De Lutte (grens Duitsland)
Amsterdam Eijsden (grens België)
Papendrecht Dordrecht
Amsterdam Ossendrecht (grens België)
Hoofddorp Amsterdam
Muiderberg Joure
Amsterdam Uitgeest
Amsterdam Den Helder
Amsterdam Amsterdam
Leiden Bodegraven
Den Haag Babberich (grens Duitsland)
Den Haag Rotterdam
Wassenaar Den Haag-Leidschenveen
Maasvlakte Bemmel
Rotterdam Breda (grens België)
Moerdijk Roosendaal
Babberich Enschede
Maasdijk Gouda
Velsen Beverwijk
Knooppunt Rozenburg Knooppunt Vlaardingen
Breda Almere
Utrecht Groningen
Rotterdam Heijningen
Ede Voorthuizen
Zurich Drachten
Meppel Leeuwarden
Assen Eemshaven
De Punt Witte Paal
Zwolle Enschede (grens Duitsland)
Almelo Ommen
Hoogeveen Zwartemeer (grens Duitsland)
Bolnes Knooppunt Ridderkerk
Nieuw-Vennep Wassenaar
Groningen Eemshaven
Ommen Hoogeveen
Eindhoven Emmeloord
Europoort Middelburg
Eindhoven Vlissingen
Serooskerke Oss
Schoondijke Terneuzen
Westdorpe (grens België) Heinkenszand
Vught Tilburg
Reusel (grens België) Venlo (grens Duitsland)
Veldhoven Bergeijk (grens België)
Echt Ewijk
Venlo (grens Duitsland) Venlo
Elsloo (grens België) Bocholtz (grens Duitsland)
Rijkevoort Siebengewald (grens Duitsland)
Maastricht Heerlen
Den Helder Den Oever

#### Numbers 175-400

The numbers 175-400 are reserved for important provincial roads.[6] (The Nationaal Routenummerplan 1982 originally reserved only the numbers 201-400,[5] but the range was extended later.) These numbers should always be indicated on road signs.

##### Numbers 175-250 (West-Nederland)

The numbers 175-250 are reserved for important provincial roads in Noord-Holland, Zuid-Holland, and Utrecht. (The Nationaal Routenummerplan 1982 originally reserved only the numbers 201-250,[5] but the range was extended later.)

Relations From To
Heerhugowaard Berkhout
Hoofddorp Aalsmeer
Velsen-Noord Heemskerk
Woerden Harmelen
Bunschoten Amersfoort
Amsterdam Zandvoort
Zandvoort Hilversum
Velsen-Zuid Amsterdam
Wormerveer Castricum
Lopik Woerden
[7] Haarlem Nieuw-Vennep
Zoetermeer Aerdenhout
Bergambacht Hillegom
Sassenheim Velsen
Rotterdam Hazerwoude-Rijndijk
Rotterdam Nieuwegein
Hoek van Holland Den Hoorn
Vinkeveen Woerden
Westerlee Poeldijk
Papendrecht Noordeloos
Stellendam Oude-Tonge
Gorinchem Schoonhoven
Nieuw-Beijerland Dordrecht
Botlek Maasvlakte
's-Gravenzande Maasdijk
Baarn Amersfoort
Naaldwijk Wateringen
Hoek van Holland Den Hoorn
Zeist Arnhem
Driebergen Arnhem
Amersfoort Cothen
Bunnik Maurik
Gouda De Meern
Zeist Arnhem
Alphen aan den Rijn Schiphol-Oost
Haarlem Schiphol-Rijk
Veenendaal Ochten
Groenekan Soest
Amsterdam Purmerend
Amsterdam-Zuidoost Bussum
Utrecht Amersfoort
Den Dolder Zeist
Nieuwe Niedorp Medemblik
Westerland Hoogkarspel
Schagen Wognum
Alkmaar Middenmeer
Alkmaar De Goorn
Alkmaar Edam
Alkmaar Schagen
Beverwijk Zuidschermer
Amsterdam Berkhout
Stolpen Wieringerwerf
Stolpen Van Ewijcksluis
Den Helder (N9) Den Helder
##### Numbers 251-300 (Zuid-Nederland)

The numbers 251-300 are reserved for important provincial roads in Zeeland, Noord-Brabant, and Limburg.

Relations From To
Eede (grens België) Draaiburg
Sas van Gent (grens België) Terneuzen
Sint Anna ter Muiden (grens België) Schoondijke
's-Heerenhoek Middelburg
Kats Kamperland
Goes Zierikzee
Steenbergen Grevelingendam
Westdorpe Hulst
Baarle-Nassau (grens België)[8] Tilburg
Tilburg Hulten
Tilburg Waalwijk
Nispen (grens België) Roosendaal
Wernhout (grens België) Breda
Uden Gennep
Nederweert Lierop
Nieuwkuijk Giessen
Dinteloord Roosendaal
Reusel Tilburg
Eindhoven Well (grens Duitsland)
Venlo Molenhoek
Beek en Donk Boxmeer
Ittervoort (grens België) Venlo
[9] Brunssum Posterholt
Venlo Weert
Brunssum Maasbracht
Ravenstein Kessel
Maastricht (grens België) Vaals (grens Duitsland)
Horn 's-Hertogenbosch
Weert Asenray (grens Duitsland)
Nijswiller Heerlen
Breda Tilburg
Hank Wijk en Aalburg
Reusel Hapert
Moerdijk Breda
Halsteren Stavenisse
Serooskerke Westkapelle
Vlissingen Westkapelle
Putte (grens België) Goes
Kapellebrug (grens België) Terneuzen
Ottersum Ven-Zelderheide (grens Duitsland)
Weert Stramproy (grens België)
Roermond Posterholt (grens Duitsland)
Sittard Urmond
Venlo Sevenum
Susteren Roosteren (grens België)
Roosteren Born
Born Sittard (grens Duitsland)
Valkenburg Nuth
Nuth Heerlen
##### Numbers 301-350 (Oost-Nederland)

The numbers 301-350 are reserved for important provincial roads in Overijssel, Gelderland, and Flevoland.

Relations From To
Zeewolde Barneveld
Voorthuizen Harderwijk
Ede Apeldoorn
Dronten Almere
Roggebotsluis Harderhaven
Hoorn Kampen
Elburg Wezep
Arnhem Elburg
Arnhem (N310) Arnhem (A50)
Lochem Lichtenvoorde
Aalten (grens Duitsland) Lichtenvoorde
Hummelo Zutphen
Doetinchem Haaksbergen
's-Heerenberg Vorden
Ellecom Dinxperlo (grens Duitsland)
Zutphen Winterswijk (grens Duitsland)
Culemborg Kesteren
Grave Cuijk
Nieuwendijk Beuningen
Beneden-Leeuwen Echteld
Nijmegen Oss
Berg en Dal (grens Duitsland) Arnhem
Wijchen Nijmegen
Leerdam Geldermalsen
Oss Puiflijk
Zwolle Emmeloord
Raalte Lochem
Marknesse Steenwijk
Zwartsluis Steenwijk
Didam Etten
Babberich Angerlo
Deventer Zwolle
Duiven Doesburg
Epse Laren
Zwolle Ommen
Ommen Holten
[10] Hengelo Denekamp (grens Duitsland)
Oldenzaal Slagharen
Voorthuizen Holten
Apeldoorn Brummen
Zutphen Hengelo
Haaksbergen Ommen
Arnhem Ommen
Almelo Denekamp
Holten Wierden
##### Numbers 351-400 (Noord-Nederland)

The numbers 351-400 are reserved for important provincial roads in Groningen, Fryslân, and Drenthe.

Relation
From
To
Oosterwolde Urk
Marknesse Urk
Havelte Oudehorne
Oosterzee Idaerd
Leeuwarden Groningen
Holwerd Nijega
Leeuwarden Holwerd
Holwerd Ureterp
Lemmer Leeuwarden
Groningen Delfzijl
Groningen Ryptsjerk
Appingedam Scheemda
Winsum Spijk
Alteveer Bourtange (grens Duitsland)
Veendam Ter Apel (grens Duitsland)
Winschoten Nieuwe Pekela
Blijham Vlagtwedde
Drachten Kootstertille
Groningen (N46) Groningen (N7)
Assen Meppel
Groningen Leek
Bovensmilde Roden
Pesse Wanneperveen
Rolde Veenoord
Hasselt Coevorden
Gasselternijveenschemond Zwartemeer
Heerenveen Donkerbroek
Drachten Emmen
Coevorden (grens Duitsland) Coevorden (N34)
Marsum Sint Annaparochie
Dearsum Tzummarum
Hoogezand Wildervank
Kolham Peize
Hoogezand Siddeburen
Niebert Vierhuizen
Etten-Leur Zevenbergen
Midlum Harlingen
Roswinkel Emmen
Akkrum Jubbega
Stiens Midlum
Rijsbergen Etten-Leur
Hilvarenbeek Oirschot
Valkenswaard Leende
Eersel Valkenswaard
Stiens Bitgum

#### Numbers 401-999

The numbers 401-999 are reserved for less important provincial roads.[6] These are usually omitted from road signs. Some provinces do indicate all of them on road signs, or the most significant ones.

##### Numbers 401-430 (Utrecht)

The numbers 401-430 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Utrecht.

Relation
From
To
Kamerik Breukelen
Loenen aan de Vecht Oud-Loosdrecht
Woerden Kamerik
Utrecht Nieuwegein
Nieuwegein Houten
Houten Odijk
Utrecht Bunnik
Utrecht De Bilt
Soesterberg Soest
Baarn Bunschoten
Hilversum Baarn
Elst Veenendaal
Groenekan Hilversum
Harmelen Utrecht
Woerden Waarder
Houten A12
##### Numbers 431-500 (Zuid-Holland)

The numbers 431-500 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Zuid-Holland.

Relation
From
To
Knooppunt Ommedijk Knooppunt Hofvliet
Den Haag Wassenaar
Wassenaar Katwijk
Hillegom De Zilk
Noordwijkerhout Sassenheim
Oegstgeest Noordwijk
Leiderdorp Roelofarendsveen
Leiderdorp Ter Aar
Leidschendam Leiden
Wassenaar Voorschoten
Noordwijk Noordwijk
Voorhout Voorhout (N443)
Bodegraven Woerden
Reeuwijk Bodegraven
Alphen aan den Rijn Ter Aar
Ter Aar Papenveer
Papenveer Nieuwveen
Noorden Kamerik
Poeldijk Den Haag
Naaldwijk (N213) Naaldwijk (N222)
Honselersdijk Kwintsheul
's-Gravenzande Naaldwijk
Maasland Den Hoorn
Delft Zoetermeer
Rotterdam Pijnacker
Pijnacker Bergschenhoek
N210 Krimpen aan den IJssel
Ouderkerk aan den IJssel N210
Lekkerkerk N210
Krimpen aan de Lek N210
Bergambacht (N210) Bergambacht (veerhaven)
Streefkerk (N480) Streefkerk (veerhaven)
Nieuw-Lekkerland Streefkerk
Oud-Alblas Nieuw-Lekkerland
Bleskensgraaf Sliedrecht
Leerdam Zijderveld
Numansdorp (A29) Numansdorp
Numansdorp Westmaas
Westmaas Heinenoord
Strijen Maasdam
Rotterdam Hoogvliet
Spijkenisse (N218) Spijkenisse
Zwartewaal Hellevoetsluis
Hellevoetsluis Oostvoorne
Hellevoetsluis (N57) Hellevoetsluis
Oude-Tonge Den Bommel
##### Numbers 501-550 (Noord-Holland)

The numbers 501-550 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Noord-Holland.

Relation
From
To
't Horntje, Veerhaven Den Burg
Burgerbrug Julianabrug
Stolpen (N9) Stolpen (N502)
Schoorl Noord-Scharwoude
Zwaagdijk-Oost Enkhuizen
Hoorn Lutjebroek
Alkmaar Ursem
Noordbeemster Oosthuizen
Alkmaar Bergen aan Zee
Bergen Egmond aan den Hoef
Alkmaar Bakkum
Limmen Castricum aan Zee
Wormerveer Wormer
Westzaan Wijdewormer
Zaandam Oostzaan
Edam Volendam
Monnickendam Marken
Boesingheliede Zwanenburg
Lijnden Nieuw-Vennep
Amstelveen Uithoorn
Amsterdam-Duivendrecht Amstelveen
N236 N201
Hilversum Bussum
Laren Hilversum
Crailo Blaricum
Crailo Huizen
##### Numbers 551-600 (Limburg)

The numbers 551-600 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Limburg.

Relation
From
To
Tienray Meerlo
Venlo Horst
Koningslust Roggel
Weert Weert (grens België)
Roermond Vlodrop (grens Duitsland)
Echt Koningsbosch
Maastricht Valkenburg
Valkenburg Wittem
Ingber Slenaken (grens België)
##### Numbers 601-650 (Noord-Brabant)

The numbers 601-650 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Noord-Brabant.

Relation
From
To
Sint Hubert Wanroij
Gemert Volkel
Helmond Bakel
Lierop Helmond
Gerwen Beek en Donk
's-Hertogenbosch Schijndel
Boxtel Schijndel
Best Son en Breugel
Schijndel Veghel
Rosmalen Oss
Oosterhout Dongen
Rijen Oosterhout
Dongen Tilburg
Sint-Oedenrode Schijndel
Zundert Rucphen
Etten-Leur Zevenbergen
Oud Gastel Etten-Leur
##### Numbers 651-700 (Zeeland)

The numbers 651-700 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Zeeland.

Relation
From
To
Serooskerke Noordwelle
Scharendijke Burgh-Haamstede
Serooskerke Brouwershaven
Zierikzee Zonnemaire
Zierikzee Kerkwerve
Tholen Sint Philipsland
Tholen Sint Annaland
Rilland Tholen
Koudekerke Middelburg
Middelburg Vlissingen
Oost-Souburg Vlissingen-Sloegebied
Middelburg Veere
Goes 's-Heer Arendskerke
Heinkenszand 's-Heerenhoek
's-Heer Hendrikskinderen Wolphaartsdijk
Goes 's-Gravenpolder
Goes Yerseke
Kapelle Wemeldinge
Yerseke Kruiningen
Breskens Zuidzande
Breskens Schoondijke
Hoek (N61) Hoek (N252)
Sas van Gent Westdorpe (N62)
Terneuzen Axel
Terhole Walsoorden
##### Numbers 701-730 (Flevoland)

The numbers 701-730 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Flevoland.

Relation
From
To
Almere Poort Almere Buiten
Almere (N702) Almere (A6)
Zeewolde (N305) Zeewolde (N301)
Zeewolde (N301) Zeewolde (N706)
Harderhaven Zeewolde
Biddinghuizen (N306) Biddinghuizen
Biddinghuizen Dronten (N309)
Swifterbant Biddinghuizen
Swifterbant Dronten
Lemmer Urk
Tollebeek Nagele
Espel Emmeloord
Creil Marknesse
Nagele Emmeloord
Emmeloord (N716) Emmeloord (N351)
Bant Emmeloord
Kraggenburg Marknesse
##### Numbers 731-780 (Overijssel)

The numbers 731-780 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Overijssel.

Relation
From
To
Glanerbrug Overdinkel
Enschede Losser
Enschede Oldenzaal
Oldenzaal Losser
Oldenzaal De Lutte
Oldenzaal Ootmarsum
Enschede Deurningen
Hengelo Weerselo
Haaksbergen Hengelo
Delden Neede
Delden Almelo
Almelo Borne
Zenderen Albergen
Albergen Tubbergen
Almelo Tubbergen
Geesteren Geesteren (N343)
Vriezenveen Geesteren
Wierden Vriezenveen
Vriezenveen Vroomshoop
Wierden Den Ham
Markelo Rijssen
Markelo Goor
Markelo (N346) Markelo
Markelo Holten
Wijhe Raalte
Wijthmen Dalfsen
Zwolle Nieuwleusen
Zwolle Genemuiden
IJsselmuiden Genemuiden
Oldemarkt Witte Paarden
Vollenhove Wanneperveen
Kamperveen Wezep
Zwolle Kampen
Ens IJsselmuiden
Deventer Schalkhaar
Haaksbergen (grens Gelderland) Haaksbergen
##### Numbers 781-850 (Gelderland)

The numbers 781-850 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Gelderland.

Relation
From
To
Wageningen Ede
Bennekom Doorwerth
Oosterbeek Wolfheze
Arnhem Arnhem (A50)
Arnhem Velp
Beekbergen Dieren
Eerbeek Brummen
Beekbergen Apeldoorn
Loenen Klarenbeek
Voorst Steenenkamer
Wilp (A1) Wilp
Vaassen Twello
Epe Heerde
Nunspeet Epe
Ermelo Harderwijk
Putten Garderen
Nijkerk Putten
Barneveld Stroe
Barneveld Otterlo
Scherpenzeel Barneveld
Arnhem Hoenderlo
Bunschoten Bunschoten (grens Gelderland)
Duiven Zevenaar
Babberich Lobith
Babberich Didam
Zevenaar Doetinchem
Wehl Laag-Keppel
Wehl Kilder
's-Heerenberg Ulft
Etten Gendringen
Dinxperlo Aalten
Winterswijk Winterswijk (grens Duitsland)
Barchem Borculo
Borculo Eibergen
Eibergen Neede
Neede Diepenheim
Lochem Borculo
Zutphen Laren
's-Heerenberg (grens Duitsland) 's-Heerenberg
Vuren Meteren
Nederhemert Kerkdriel
Well Gameren
Culemborg Geldermalsen
Asch Tiel
Tiel Ingen
Randwijk Elst
Randwijk Arnhem
Huissen Gendt
Huissen Gendt
Beek Millingen aan de Rijn
Berg en Dal Groesbeek
Nijmegen Groesbeek
Breedeweg Groesbeek
Malden Nijmegen
Leur Nederasselt
Nederasselt Heumen
Wijchen Nederasselt
Vuren Leerdam
##### Numbers 851-900 (Drenthe)

The numbers 851-900 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Drenthe.

Relation
From
To
De Schiphorst Meppel
Nieuw-Amsterdam Schoonebeek (grens Duitsland)
Dalen Zweeloo
Spier Steenwijk
Westerbork Beilen
Rolde Borger
Coevorden Nieuw-Schoonebeek (grens Duitsland)
Haren Kolham
Emmen Nieuw-Schoonebeek
Vuren Leerdam
Ten Post Schildwolde
##### Numbers 901-950 (Fryslân)

The numbers 901-950 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Fryslân. However, the number N 915 has been adopted by special-purpose Rijksweg 915 in Zuid-Holland (formerly part of A 15 E 31 Rijksweg 15).

Relation
From
To
Dokkum Buitenpost
Sumar Garyp
Hendrik-Ido-Ambacht Alblasserdam
Drachten Haulerwijk
Oosterwolde Haulerwijk
Huis ter Heide Oosterwolde
Heerenveen Oosterzee
Sint Nicolaasga Tjerkgaast
Woudsend Balk
##### Numbers 951-999 (Groningen)

The numbers 951-999 are reserved for less important provincial roads in Groningen.

Relation
From
To
Kiel-Windeweer De Groeve
Kiel-Windeweer Veendam
Winschoten Scheemda
Winschoten Beerta
Winschoten Finsterwolde
Blijham Rhederbrug (grens Duitsland)
Oude Pekela Winschoten
Onstwedde Musselkanaal
Vlagtwedde Ter Apel
Zuidhorn Leek
Zuidhorn Een-West
Zuidhorn Marum
Oldehove (N983) Oldehove
Midwolda (N362) Midwolda
Siddeburen Wagenborgen
Wagenborgen Wagenborgen (N362)
Farmsum Farmsum
Farmsum Farmsum (N362)
Farmsum Woldendorp
Bedum Ten Boer
Zuidwolde Bedum
Bedum Onderdendam
Winsum Garrelsweer
Delfzijl Holwierde
Middelstum Usquert
Startenhuizen Uithuizen

Use network=e-road. Compared to other routes, the route relation for the E-road section within the Netherlands also gets the following extra tags:

• country=NL (to distinguish from E-road sections belonging to other countries)
• e-road:class=* (international classification of the E-road, which is A-reference, A-intermediate or B, per the international treaty)
• int_ref=E * (same number as ref=E* but with space after the letter E, per the international treaty)
• ref:signed=yes (all E-roads are signed within the Netherlands, but this is not true in other countries)

The route within the Netherlands is always a member in the corresponding international Relation:superroute structure.

#### Two-digit numbers (Class A)

##### Even numbers (west-east)

The even two-digit numbers are reserved for main roads with a west-east orientation across Europe.

Relation From To Continues from Continues into
Amsterdam Bad Nieuweschans (grens Duitsland) [11] Germany
Noordzee (grens Engeland) De Lutte (grens Duitsland) [12] Germany
Reusel (grens België) Venlo (grens Duitsland) Belgium Germany
##### Odd numbers (north-south)

The odd two-digit numbers are reserved for main roads with a north-south orientation across Europe.

Relation From To Continues from Continues into
Amsterdam Breda (grens België) - Belgium
Hoek van Holland Eijsden (grens België) - Belgium
Rotterdam Siebengewald (grens Duitsland) - Germany
Amsterdam Babberich (grens Duitsland) - Germany

#### Three-digit numbers (Class B)

Relation From To Continues from Continues into
Amsterdam Amersfoort - -
Amersfoort Groningen - -
Hoogeveen Zwartemeer (grens Duitsland) - Germany
Breda Utrecht - -
Vlissingen Eindhoven - -
Elsloo (grens België) Bocholtz (grens Duitsland) Belgium Germany

Modern road sign shown upon approaching RING Utrecht.

Use network=NL:ring for interlocal ring roads. Interlocal rings form part of the main road network and route over auto(snel)wegen. For these rings, the city's name is always part of the ring's name. See Tag:network=NL:ring for more information, detailed tagging instructions and example photos of road signs.

Relation
Includes
From
To
RING N 9[13] RING N 242[14] RING N 508[15] RING N 245[16] - -
RING A 6 RING N 702 - -
[17] RING[18] - -
RING A 10[19] - -
RING A 4 RING N 14 Ring S 200 RING N 211 - -
[20] Randweg N 2[21] Batadorp Leenderheide
RING N 7 RING N 46 RING N 370 - -
[22] RING A 2[23] RING A 59 - -
- - -
RING N 281[24][25] RING N 300[24][26] - -
RING A 4 RING A 15 RING A 16 RING A 20 - -
[27] RING N 7 RING N 354[28] - -
RING A 58 RING A 65 RING N 261[29] RING N 260[30] - -
RING A 2 RING A 12 RING A 27 RING N 230[31] - -

The Randweg Dordrecht no longer exists since major maintenance in 2020-2021.[32]

S-roads are city routes (stadsroutes), in some cities that have an internal numbered road network. For the most part, they are operated by municipalities. For S-roads, the tag network=NL:S:<city name> can be used. For the city name to be used, see the tables below. For the name=*, the same value as the ref can be used because a S-road can cover multiple roads, e.g. name=S106. Prepend "Ring" or "Centrumring" to the name of the S-road relation (e.g. name=Centrumring S100) if such a prefix is used on road signs.

#### Almere

Since 2015, Almere no longer has an S-roads network.[33]

#### Amsterdam

Relation
From
To
[34] - -
Amsterdam-West Amsterdam-Hempont
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Westpoort
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Westpoort
Amsterdam-West Amsterdam-Nieuw-West
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Nieuw-West
Amsterdam-West Amsterdam-Nieuw-West
Amsterdam-Centrum Amstelveen
Amsterdam-Zuid Amstelveen
Amsterdam-Centrum Knooppunt Amstel
Amsterdam-Oost Amsterdam-Zuidoost
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Zuidoost
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Zuidoost
Amsterdam-Centrum Diemen
Amsterdam-Noord Amsterdam-Noord
Amsterdam-Centrum Amsterdam-Noord
Amsterdam-Noord Landsmeer
Amsterdam-Noord Oostzaan

#### Den Haag

Use network=NL:S:Den Haag.

Relation
From
To
- -
Den Haag-Centrum Wassenaar
Den Haag-Centrum Den Haag-Scheveningen
Den Haag-Scheveningen Den Haag-Scheveningen
Den Haag-Centrum Den Haag-Loosduinen
Den Haag-Laak Den Haag-Escamp
Den Haag-Escamp Rijswijk
Den Haag-Laak Den Haag-Ypenburg
Den Haag-Laak Voorburg
Den Haag-Loosduinen Wassenaar

#### Nijmegen

Use network=NL:S:Nijmegen.

Relation
From
To
Nijmegen-Centrum Heilig Landstichting
Nijmegen-Centrum Nijmegen-Nieuw-West
Nijmegen-Centrum Nijmegen-Nieuw-West
Nijmegen-Centrum Nijmegen-Midden
Nijmegen-Centrum Nijmegen-Zuid
Lent Ressen

Relation
From
To
Heerlen-Noord Simpelveld

#### Rotterdam

Relation
From
To
- -
Rotterdam-Charlois Hoogvliet
Rotterdam-Charlois Hoogvliet
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-Vaanplein
Rotterdam-IJsselmonde Barendrecht
Rotterdam-Feijenoord Bolnes
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-IJsselmonde
Rotterdam-Centrum Capelle aan den IJssel
Rotterdam-Kralingen (S107) Rotterdam-Kralingen (A16)
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-Prins Alexander
Rotterdam-Prins Alexander (A16) Rotterdam-Hillegersberg (A16/N209)
Rotterdam-Kralingen Rotterdam-Hillegersberg (A16/N209)
Rotterdam-Centrum Berkel en Rodenrijs
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-Kleinpolderplein
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-Overschie
Rotterdam-Centrum Schiedam
Rotterdam-IJsselmonde Rotterdam-Charlois
Rotterdam-Feijenoord Rotterdam-Charlois
Rotterdam-Zuidplein Portland
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-Zuidplein
Rotterdam-Centrum Rotterdam-IJsselmonde
Rotterdam-Charlois Rotterdam-IJsselmonde
Rotterdam-Feijenoord Rotterdam-Zuidplein
Rotterdam-IJsselmonde Rotterdam-Feijenoord
Rotterdam-Prins Alexander Capelle aan den IJssel

Relation
From
To
Oostzaan Assendelft
Zaandam Knooppunt Zaandam
Zaandam Wormerveer
Westzaan Wijdewormer
Westzaan Westzaan
Zaandam Wijdewormer

Several cities have signposted local ring roads that are not S-roads. For city routes with S-road-like stand-alone RING sign, use network=NL:binnenstedelijke_ring and ref=RING.

Place
Relation
Almelo
Apeldoorn
Arnhem [35]
Assen
Barendrecht
Eindhoven
Enschede
Haagse Beemden
Hilversum [35]
Leeuwarden
Maastricht
Rijssen
Roosendaal
Spijkenisse
Weert
Wesepe
Zoetermeer
Zwolle

With R-roads, cities can indicate a regional/recreational road route. They are operated by municipalities. For R-roads, the tag network=NL:R:<network name> can be used. For the network name to be used, see the tables below.

For the name=*, the same value as the ref can be used because a R-road can cover multiple roads. If a single name is known, then that can be used instead as value for name=*. So as example name=R101.

#### IJmuiden

Relation
From
To
Velsen-Zuid IJmuiden
Velsen-Zuid IJmuiderslag
Velsen-Zuid Kennemerstrand

#### Ommen

Relation
From
To
Ommen Ommerschans
Ommen Vlisteren
Ommen Beerze
Ommen Lemele
Ommen Witte Paal

#### Schouwen

Relation
From
To
Renesse (N652) Renesse (strand)
Renesse (N652) Renesse (strand)
Renesse Renesse (strand)
Renesse Renesse (Hoogenboomlaan)
Noordwelle Renesse
Noordwelle Haamstede
Haamstede Nieuw-Haamstede
Burgh-Haamstede (N57) Burgh-Haamstede-Centrum
Burgh-Haamstede (Weeldeweg) Burgh-Haamstede (Steursweg)
Burgh-Haamstede (N57) Burgh-Haamstede (Hogeweg)
Burgh-Haamstede (N57) Burgh
Burgh-Haamstede (N57) Westenschouwen

#### Sluis

Relation
From
To
Groede (N675) Waterduinen
Nieuwvliet (N675) Nieuwvliet

#### Spaarnwoude

Relation
From
To
Velsen-Zuid (N202) Velsen-Zuid
Velsen-Zuid (N202) Velsen-Zuid (R101)
Velsen-Zuid (N202) Velsen-Zuid
Spaardam (N202) Spaarnwoude
Amsterdam-Westpoort Halfweg
Haarlem Haarlemmerliede

#### Voorthuizen

Relation
From
To
Voorthuizen Stroe

## Road routes in the Dutch Caribbean

The Caribbean part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands has signposted road routes in Aruba and Curaçao. Both countries use road signs in the same style as the European part of the Netherlands. There are no routes in Sint Maarten and the Caribbean part of the Netherlands.

### Aruba

Modern Aruban road sign on route 8 B. The opposite direction is route 8 A.

Aruba has its own route numbering system. The number of a route gets a suffix A in the forward direction and B in the backward direction. For this reason both directions are mapped as separate relations, with one overarching route where both are members (see also Route directions). All relations are tagged with network=AW:route.

Relations

### Curaçao

Curaçao has only one route: the ring. It is signposted and tagged identical to network=NL:binnenstedelijke_ring.

Relation

## Network relations

The route number relations are grouped in network relations.

Note that when part of a road is in the network, the entire relation is added to that network relation. When a provincial road crosses a provincial boundary, it's part of multiple provincial networks and therefore member of multiple relations.

Relation
Network tag
Description
network=NL:A Motorway network of the Netherlands
network=NL:A;NL:N Network maintained by the national government
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Groningen
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Fryslân
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Drenthe
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Overijssel
network=NL:A;NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Gelderland
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Flevoland
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Utrecht
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Noord-Holland
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Zuid-Holland
network=NL:A;NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Zeeland
network=NL:A;NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Noord-Brabamt
network=NL:N Network maintained by the Province of Limburg
network=NL:S:Amsterdam City route network of Amsterdam
network=NL:S:Den Haag City route network of The Hague
network=NL:S:Nijmegen City route network of Nijmegen
network=NL:S:Rotterdam City route network of Rotterdam
network=NL:R:IJmuiden Recreational route network of IJmuiden
network=NL:R:Ommen Recreational route network of Ommen
network=NL:R:Schouwen Recreational route network of Schouwen
network=NL:R:Sluis Recreational route network of Sluis
network=NL:R:Spaarnwoude Recreational route network of Spaarnwoude
network=NL:R:Voorthuizen Recreational route network of Voorthuizen
network=AW:route

# References

1. https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wegen_in_Nederland
2. https://www.wikidata.org
3. https://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0031711/2020-01-01#Bijlage
4. https://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0031711/2020-01-01#Bijlage
5. https://www.wegenwiki.nl/Nationaal_Routenummerplan#Wegnummerseries
6. https://www.wegenwiki.nl/Provinciale_weg#Nummering_N-wegen
7. The A 205 is a branch road off the N 205, which is the main road.
8. The N 260 passes through multiple Belgian enclaves in Baarle-Hertog.
9. Previously part of N 274 Rijksweg 774. Now operated by North Rhine-Westphalia, but traffic restrictions still require approval by Rijkswaterstaat, per the Dutch-German border treaty.
10. The N 342+ is a branch road off the N 342, which is the main road.
11. The Dutch and English parts of the E 22 are not connected by ferry.
12. The Dutch and English parts of the E 30 are not directly connected by ferry.
13. Partially still signposted as N 9 and Ring Alkmaar.
14. Mostly still signposted as N 242 and Ring Alkmaar.
15. Still signposted as N 508 and Ring Alkmaar.
16. Mostly still signposted as N 245 and Ring Alkmaar.
17. The full ring, including the N 11, is on the provincial and municipal roads referenced as RING (Ring on older signs).
18. On the road signs along the N 11, only the provincial and municipal roads are referred to as RING, excluding the N 11 itself.
19. On very old signs, still signposted as A 10 noord/A 10 oost/A 10 zuid/A 10 west.
20. The full name Randweg Eindhoven no longer appears on signs since around 2010.
21. Until early 2010s, also included Randweg A 2 on the northern side of Eindhoven.
22. Vlijmenseweg, Randweg, and Vughterweg have no road number. Signposted as Ring 's-Hertogenbosch. For the future, these roads are planned to become a new N 601 so that RING N 601 can be used on road signs.
23. The short A 65 segment of the ring is not signposted separately from RING A 2.
24. The short A 76 segment of the ring is signposted as A 76 RING N 281 (counter-clockwise direction) and A 76 RING N 300 (clockwise direction).
25. Mostly still signposted as Ring Parkstad N 281.
26. Mostly still signposted as Ring Parkstad N 300.
27. Stadsrondweg-Noord and State-as have no road number. Signposted as Ring Sneek.
28. Mostly still signposted as N 354 and Ring Sneek.
29. Still signposted as N 261 and Ring Tilburg.
30. Still signposted as N 260 and Ring Tilburg.
31. Mostly still signposted as N 230 and Ring Utrecht.