The North-East Region is crossed by a series of European road corridors, as follows:
Bucharest • Bacău • Roman • Suceava • Siret (border checkpoint and crossing point) E 85;
Suceava • Vatra Dornei • Cluj Napoca (E 576) which connects with E 60 Cluj Napoca–Oradea;
Bacău • Brașov • Pitești (E 574 which makes the connection with E 70 Craiova – Vidin – Skopje);
Bucharest • Bârlad • Albița (border crossing point) • Chișinău (E 581 which crosses Vaslui County);
Roman • Târgu Frumos with ramifications to Botoșani (E 58) and Iași – Sculeni (border crossing point – E 583);
At a national level, a Master Plan for Transport of Romania (TEN-T) has been developed for a short, medium and long-term, document that is designed to provide a clear strategy for the development of the transport sector in Romania for the next 15 years.