The 2000 Motorway Plan is the chief plan for motorway construction in Ostrobia. Under it, large parts of country road, such as the M78 in Holboken and the M65 in South Central near Talo-Huberstein, were upgraded to motorway status. Some parts of the metro plan have not been built, for instance the M6 Hebzo Park Bypass, which is still under construction, and the planned M51 'under the valley' tunnel at Sktol.

It runs concurrent with the 1987 Metropolitan Roads Plan and the 1995 Shared Transport Plan.

Motorways of Ostrobia
Trans Ostrobian: M1 (West Coast) - M2 (East Coast)
State to State: M3 (Maine Motorway) - M30 (North Coastal) - M31 - M32 (National Hero Motorway) - M4 (Trinticle Motorway) - M5 - M51 - M52 (North Island Motorway) - M6 (South Island Motorway) - M61 (Great Trek Motorway) - M62 (Stratoherran Ring Road) - M63 (Aranley Stratoherra Connector) - M64 (Heblo Connector) - M65 - M7 - M71 - M72 - M73 - M74 - M75 - M76 (Seblo Ring Road) - M77 - M78 - M79 (Oberstein Bypass)
Toll Motorways: M3 - (South Treien Expressway) - M32 (East Treien Expressway) - M4 (Skyway) - M41 (South Treien Expressway) - M5 (Skyway) - M40 (Dardly Connector) - M2 (Klesbridge) - M1 (Tupitan Bridge) - M1 (Seblo North West Road) - M73 (Seblo East Road) M74 (Seblo CBD Motorway)
Other: 2000 Motorway Plan - List of motorways in Ostrobia
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