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A85 autoroute

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A85 autoroute

The A85 autoroute is a motorway in France. It connects the A11 at Angers to the A71 at Vierzon. It is 270 km long.



  • History 1
  • Junctions 2
  • Proposed Extensions 3
  • Sections Now Open 4
  • External links 5


The motorway was opened in 1997. It starts at the Péage de Corzé north of Angers to Bourgueil (Junction 37).


Proposed Extensions

Sections Now Open

External links

  • A85 Motorway in Saratlas

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