Roman is a municipality in Neamt County, Moldova, Romania. It is located in the central part of the Moldavian plateau, in the Neamt County, at the confluence of Siret and Moldova rivers. If at the 1992 census the city had a population of 80,328, in 2011 it dropped to 50,713, the important negative spill owing to internal and external migration. The city is situated in the center of the historical region of Moldova, in the Roman depression, north of the confluence of Moldova and Siret, and is at a distance of 82 kilometers from Iasi, the former capital of Moldova. The city is crossed by the national road DN2 (part of the European road E85 linking the Klaipeda city of northern Greece to Alexandroupolis), which connects it north of Suceava and south of Bacau, Focsani, Buzau and Bucharest. At Roman, this road intersects with the DN15D national road linking it west of Piatra Neamt and east of Vaslui. Also from DN2, Roman starts the county roads DJ207B, which connects it north of Cordun and Sabaoani (where it also ends in DN2); DJ201A, which leads northeast to Tamaseni and further to Iasi County in Rachiteni (where it ends in DN28); And DJ207A, which leads east to Sagna, Bara, Boghicea and further to Iasi County in Sinesti and Popesti. The Romanian Railway Station is a railway station 500 that links Bucharest to the border with Ukraine, Vicsani. Historically, the Roman train station was built to serve the Bucharest-Galati-Roman and Suceava-Roman railways.