Route 1 (712km): Bosiljevo 2 (Croatia) – Split (Croatia) – Ploce (Croatia) – Neum (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Dubrovnik (Croatia) – Bar (Montenegro)
Route 2 A (239 km): Okucani (Croatia) – Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Lasva (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Route 2 B (395 km): Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) – Podgorica (Montenegro) – Vore (Albania)
Route 2 C (125 km): Fier (Albania) —Kakavija (Greek border)
Route 3 (185 km): Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina) —Uzice (Serbia)
Route 4 (601 km): Vatin (Romanian border) – Belgrade (Serbia) – Podgorica (Montenegro) – Bar (Montenegro)
Route 5 (213 km): Cacak (Serbia) – Krusevac (Serbia) – Paracin (Serbia) – Vrska Cuka (Bulgarian border)
Route 6 A (259 km): Ribarevina (Montenegro) – Ribarice (Serbia) – Pristina (Kosovo*) – Skopje (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
Route 6 B (205 km): Pristina (Kosovo*) –Peje/Pec (Kosovo*) – Skopje (the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
Route 7 (314 km): Lezhe (Albania) – Pristina (Kosovo*) – Doljevac (Serbia)
Route 8 (78 km): Podmolje ( the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia) – Bitola ( the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
Route 9 (43 km): Vukovar (Croatia) –Zupanja (Croatia)
Route 10 (183 km): Pula (Croatia) – Rijeka (Croatia) – Zuta Lokva (Croatia)

SEETO Comprehensive Road Network