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Metropolitan areas in Romania
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{{Politics and Government of Romania}}There are 10 metropolitan areas in Romania that have been constituted as of 2013.

Legislative status

The current legislation in Romania regulates the status of the 265 cities according to their population and regional importance:
  • Rank 0 – Bucharest, the capital of Romania - municipality of European importance
  • Rank I â€“ municipality of national importance, with regional role and potential influence at European level
  • Rank II – municipality of national, regional or county-level importance, or with equilibrium role in the network of cities
  • Rank III â€“ cities
Legislation also restricts the possibility to engage into a metropolitan area project to only those cities that are of rank 0 or I.{{ro icon}}weblink {{dead link|date=May 2011}} Here is a list of the municipalities that as of 2007 can for metropolitan areas around them with approximate populations.{{ro icon}} "Map of Romanian cities that can have metropolitan areas - in maroon" Only three zones have been officially constituted by the end of 2007: Oradea, Iasi and Constanta.WEB,weblink Zona Metropolitană, viitorul dezvoltării urbane: Informaţia de Mureş, 2008-01-10,weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20080423223155weblink">weblink 2008-04-23, yes, At least 9 others are at the level of project.

Constituted metropolitan zones

(File:Map of the metropolitan areas of Romania.png|thumb|Map of the metropolitan areas of Romania (including the proposed ones){{legend|#FF0000|Main city|border=solid 1px #AAAAAA}}{{legend|#FF7F00|Adjacent localities|border=solid 1px #AAAAAA}}){| class="wikitable sortable" border="1"|+Constituted metropolitan areas in Romania! Name !! Population (2011INS INS 1.01.2009{{ro icon}} {{webarchive|url=https://www.webcitation.org/5iZ9sd9lJ?url=http://www.insse.ro/cms/rw/resource/populatia%20stabila%20la%201%20ianuarie%202009%20si%2018.xls?download=true |date=July 26, 2009 }}) !! Area !! Density !! Established !! Notesstyle="background:#90EE90;"
ConstanÈ›a metropolitan area>ConstanÈ›a Metropolitan Area 425,916 1,013.5 km² 420/km² December 2007 Zona Metropolitana Constanta"ConstanÈ›a Metropolitan Area, officially in December", Telegraf Online ConstanÈ›a
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Cluj-Napoca metropolitan area>Cluj-Napoca Metropolitan Area 411,379 1,537.54 km² 268/km² 2008 Zona Metropolitana Urbana si Strategii de Dezvoltare a Zonei Metropolitane Cluj-Napoca (since)HTTP://WWW.CJCLUJ.RO/ZONA-METROPOLITANA-URBANA/ > TITLE = ZONA METROPOLITANA URBANA PUBLISHER = CJ CLUJ, Romanian,
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IaÈ™i metropolitan area>IaÈ™i Metropolitan Area 382,484 832 km² 473/km² 8 April 2004 Zona Metropolitana Iasi
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BraÈ™ov metropolitan area>BraÈ™ov Metropolitan Area 369,896 1,368.58 km² 270/km² 2007 includes Codlea, Săcele, Ghimbav, Predeal, and RâşnovMicrosoft Word - Strategie_zona_metropolitana.doc {{webarchive weblink >date=April 11, 2008 }}
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Craiova metropolitan area>Craiova Metropolitan Area 356,544 1498.62 km² 238/km² 11 February 2009 Eroare > EVZ.ro{{dead linkbot=InternetArchiveBot |fix-attempted=yes }}
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Oradea Metropolitan Area >| Zona Metropolitana Oradea
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Satu Mare metropolitan area>Satu Mare Metropolitan Area 233,306 2,251.09 km² 104/km² 2013 includes 3 cities and 22 communes
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Baia Mare metropolitan area>Baia Mare Metropolitan Area 215,932 1,395.38 km² 154/km² 2006 19 localities
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Târgu Mureș metropolitan area >| Târgu Mureș metropolitan area official site
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Piatra NeamÈ› Metropolitan Area >| 2 cities and 7 communesweblink

Planned metropolitan zones

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="1"! Name !! Population (2011) !! Area !! Density
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Bucharest metropolitan area>Bucharest Metropolitan Area 2,272,163 1,811 km² 1,254/km²
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Lower Danube metropolitan area>GalaÈ›i-Brăila Metropolitan Area 496,844 1,702.17 km² 292/km²
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TimiÈ™oara metropolitan area>TimiÈ™oara Metropolitan Area* 466,734 2,439.19 km² 192/km²
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PloieÈ™ti metropolitan area>PloieÈ™ti Metropolitan Area 276,279 478 km² 577/km²
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Bacău metropolitan area>Bacău Metropolitan Area 216,649 848.32 km² 255/km²
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Pitești Metropolitan Area >| -
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Arad, Romania>Arad Metropolitan Area* 206,536 - -
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Botoșani Metropolitan Area** >| -
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Suceava Metropolitan Area** >| -
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Râmnicu Vâlcea Metropolitan Area >| -
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Deva, Romania>Deva-Hunedoara (Corvina) Conurbation n/a - -
  • {{small|TimiÈ™oara and Arad intend to form the Arad–TimiÈ™oara Conurbation.WEB,weblink Studiu de potenÈ›ial privind dezvoltarea la nivelul municipiilor TimiÈ™oara È™i Arad, ADR Vest, Romanian, }}

Functional Urban Areas

In the EU, as defined by Eurostat, a functional urban area (FUA) - formerly known as larger urban zone (LUZ) - consists of a city and its commuting zone.{|class="wikitable sortable" style="text-align:left;"
Eurostat, English,
! Rank! Name! County! Development region! FUA Population (2015)
| 1
Bucharest| -Bucharest-Ilfov (development region)>Bucharest-Ilfov 2,412,530
| 2
IașiIași County>IașiNord-Est (development region)>Nord-Est 474,035
| 3
ConstanțaConstanța County>ConstanțaSud-Est (development region)>Sud-Est 420,241
| 4
BrașovBrașov County>BrașovCentru (development region)>Centru 398,953
| 5
Cluj-NapocaCluj County>ClujNord-Vest (development region)>Nord-Vest 379,733
| 6
TimișoaraTimiș County>TimișVest (development region)>Vest 359,433
| 7
CraiovaDolj County>DoljSud-Vest (development region)>Sud-Vest 325,499
| 8
GalațiGalați County>GalațiSud-Est (development region)>Sud-Est 322,501
| 9
PloieștiPrahova County>PrahovaSud (development region)>Sud 294,468
| 10
OradeaBihor County>BihorNord-Vest (development region)>Nord-Vest 239,390

Image gallery

File:EPP Congress 2012. Day 1 (8094569441).jpg|BucharestFile:Catedrala din Timisoara.jpg|TimișoaraFile:Iasi, Public Garden Palas 1.jpg|IașiFile:Biserica Mihail.JPG|Cluj-NapocaFile:Catedrala ortodoxă "Sf. Ierarh Nicolae", Galati.jpg|GalațiFile:Vedere ansamblu Biserica Neagră noaptea.jpg|BrașovFile:Ploiesti-Halele-10.JPG|PloieștiFile:Primăria Municipiului Oradea.jpg|OradeaFile:Bacău (4263977420).jpg|BacăuFile:Fostul Hotel Pallace, azi pavilionul administrativ al Primăriei Craiova.JPG|CraiovaFile:Downtown park Pitesti 09.jpg|Pitești

References

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See also

{{Romania topics}}{{Metropolitan areas in Romania}}

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