Greek National Road 95 is the one of the main arteries on the island of Rhodes and is the only one recorded as a National Highway. It begins from the south part of Rhodes City and ends in the village of Lindos.
Until 1999 it was a single lane road that, especially during summer time, made driving to the south east part of the island a bad experience. In 1999 the first part of the road from the city to Faliraki was expanded to a double lane highway with a jersey type safety island. Nowadays a further widening of the road part from Faliraki to Kolymbia is ready to start while further consideration for the part from Kolymbia to Lindos is in development.
GR-95's northern edge is within the city at the junction of Rodini and southern edge is in Lindos village. The main junctions of the road are (Rhodes City to Lindos direction):
From Faliraki and on the road becomes single line making junctions hard to record, as every 50 or 100 metres a junction exists.
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