List of Highway Strips worldwide

For historical information only, do not use for navigation or aviation purposes!

Europe

Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosna i Hercegovina)

Glamoč airfield had a grass runway with paved threshold areas. In addition, it had a runway on the nearby road.

Glamoč

Bulgaria (България)

Botevgrad
Byala Slatina
Dulbok Izvor
Skalitsa
Stanke Dimitrov
Stanke Dimitrov
Tenevo
Tsalapitsa

Germany (Deutschland)

All German highway strips had been taken out of service. The strips were often brought back to normal Autobahn standards during regular construction works.

Old Federal Republic of Germany
Name: Notlandeplatz (NLP) (Emergency landing place)
See also: 

Adelsheim
Ahlhorn
Alpen
Bad Neuenahr
Bakum
Böhringen
Bollingstedt
Brekendorf
Brenker Mark
Buldern
Greven
Hohenheide
Holdorf
Kirchardt
Kleinallmerspann
Ladbergen
Lahr
Midlum
Oberkammlach
Sittensen
Sprendlingen
Wildeshausen

Former East Germany
Name: Autobahnabschnitt ABA (Autobahn section)
See also: 

Forst
Kavelstorf
Leisnig
Netzeband
Perwenitz
Ruhland
Spreenhagen
Thurland
Waltersleben
Weixdorf
Zöllschen

Estonia (Eesti)

Jägala
Mustvee
Vatla

Finland (Suomi)

Name: Lentokoneiden varalaskupaikka

Highway strips in Finland are periodically used during exercises.

Alavus
Forssa
Helsinki
Järvitalo
Joutsa
Kauhava
Lusi
Mikkeli
Niinisalo
Nivala
Pirkkala
Pudasjärvi
Rotimojoki
Rovaniemi
Tervo
Varkhaus
Virttaa
Vuojärvi
Ylläksentie

France

In France, only one highway strip is known. Close to Munchhouse in Alsace there is a straight road, nearly 1900 m long and 20 m wide, with a parking area. It is probably not used anymore.

Munchhouse

Lithuania (Lietuva)

Birzai
Kartena
Panevėžys

Poland (Polska)

Name: Drogowy odcinek lotniskowy

The majoriy of the Polish highway strips have been put out of service. The Kliniska highwway strip has been used for exercises occasionally. In addition, a new highway strip has been constructed in the east of Poland recently.

Brzezie
Chociw
Debnica Kaszubska
Gdynia
Granowo
Jarosławiec
Kliniska
Koronowo
Leszno
Lomza
Łukęcin
Machliny
Mieszkowice
Mirosławiec
Mostowo
Osie
Ostrowy
Rossoszyca
Słupia
Środa Śląska
Tarnow
Wielbark
Września

Romania (România)

Patroaia

Sweden (Sverige)

The Swedish name for highway strips is Reservvägbas. Excersises are held on them periodically.

Ålem
Älvkarleby
Ånge
Antnäs
Åsen
Balsjö
Bjurholm
Borlänge
Bro
Eneryda
Fällfors
Finnträsk
Follingbo
Gillstad
Gimo
Grävlinge
Håle-Täng
Hallabro
Hallarp
Heby
Hjo
Hovmantorp
Jämjö
Järlåsa
Kjula
Kjulaåsen
Klevshult
Klippan
Lambohov
Lammhult
Långträsk
Lavad
Målerås
Mellby
Optand
Örnsköldsvik
Östersund
Revinge
Sjöbo
Skärplinge
Tokebo
Vidsel

Switzerland (Schweiz, Suisse, Svizzera)

Alpnach
Bex
Flums
Lodrino
Münsingen
Oensingen
Payerne
Sion

Slovakia (Slovensko)

This highway strip is probably not intended to be used anymore.

Hrádok

Czech Republic (Česká republika)

The two highway strips are probably not intended to be used anymore.

Měřín
Vyškov

Vyskov Highway Strip

Ukraine (Україна)

Krupets

Cyprus (Κύπρος, Kıbrıs)

Kophinou
Kornos

Asia

Armenia

Oktember

Iraq

Ar Rutbah
H3
Radif Al Khafi
Shayk Hantush

Iran

Dezful
Maragheh
Shahabad

Israel

Jurish
Kefar Gallim

Jordan

Al Quwayrah
Azraq

North Korea

Given the general situation it can be assumed that the highway strips in North Korea are still planned to be used. Apart from the locations listed here, more landing grounds are named as "Highway Strip" on maps of the US Department of Defense. However, on satellite pictures they are appear not on but next to the road. These are not listed here.

Koksan South
Nuchon Ni
Okpyong Ni
Pyong Ni South
Sangwon
Sinanju
Sukchon

South Korea

In South Korea, many highway strips have been dismantled or became unusable by bridges. In addition to the ones listed here, on maps of the US Department of Defense more places are called "Highway Strip", which do not run on a road, but as an independent emergency runway. They are not listed here.

Koksan South
Nuchon Ni
Okpyong Ni
Pyong Ni South
Sangwon
Sinanju
Sukchon

Singapore

Singapore's highway strips are occasionally used for training.

Singapore: Bedok / East Coast Parkway Highway Strip
Singapore: Lim Chu Kang Road Highway Strip

Taiwan

From time to time, highway strips in Taiwan are used in excersises. The ones listed here are named after the chainage of motorway (in kilometers).

Highway Strip 206
Highway Strip 260
Highway Strip 331/334
Highway Strip 58/60

Thailand

Ban Klang
Bang Nom Lom
Hang Chat

Americas

Argentinia

Punta Maria
Rio Chico
Rio Gallegos

Chile

Huara

Cuba

Alto Cedro
San Jose de Las Lajas
San Pedro