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A13 autoroute

A13 autoroute
Route information
Part of E46
Length: 225 km (140 mi)
Existed: 1946 – present
Major junctions
East end: Périphérique, Paris
 


A12 autoroute

A14 autoroute

A154 autoroute

A139 autoroute

A28 autoroute

A29 autoroute

A131 autoroute


A132 autoroute
West end: Caen
Location
Major cities: Mantes-la-Jolie, Rouen, Pont-l'Évêque, Caen
Highway system
Autoroutes of France

Autoroute 13, or L'Autoroute de Normandie links Paris to Caen, Calvados.

The motorway starts in Paris at the Porte d'Auteuil, a former gate of the Paris walls, and ends at Mondeville's Mondeville 2 exchange junction on Caen's ring road. The A13 is France's oldest motorway (opening in 1946) and is intensively used between Paris and Normandy for both commuting and holiday makers. The A13 is operated by the Société des Autoroutes de Paris Normandie from Buchelay toll onwards, whilst the Parisian stretch of motorway is operated by the Île-de-France Council. Its total length is 225 km (140 mi). The A13 is toll-free within the Île-de-France region and between junctions 21 and 24 to the south of Rouen.

List of junctions

A pile of the motorway's bridge near Paris
The A13 Westbound just before the Giberville service station
The A13 Eastbound between exits 25 and 26. The motorway has 3 lanes both directions.
Junction number & name Westbound exits Eastbound exits
 1 Boulevard Périphérique Boulevard Périphérique
 2  Quai du 4 Septembre, Boulogne-Billancourt
 3  Avenue du Palais, Saint-Cloud Pont de Saint-Cloud, Saint-Cloud
 4  Route de Paris à Versailles, Saint-Cloud
 5  D182, Vaucresson D182, Vaucresson
 6 N186, Louveciennes & A12 autoroute N186, Louveciennes & A12 autoroute
 7 N13, Poissy & A14 autoroute N13, Poissy & A14 autoroute
 8  D43 & D44, Les Mureaux D43 & D44, Les Mureaux
 9  D19, Flins-sur-Seine D19, Flins-sur-Seine
 10  D130, Épône-Gargenville D130, Épône-Gargenville
 11  D65 (Route de Chantereine), Mantes-la-Ville D65 (Route de Chantereine), Mantes-la-Ville
 12  D928, Mantes-la-Jolie D928, Mantes-la-Jolie
 13  D110, Mantes-la-Jolie
 Péage de Buchelay
 Aire de repos de Rosny-sur-Seine
 14  N15, Bonnières-sur-seine
 15  N13, Chauffour-lès-Bonnières N13, Chauffour-lès-Bonnières
 16  D181, Pacy-sur-Eure & Vernon D181, Pacy-sur-Eure & Vernon
 17  D316, Gaillon D316, Gaillon
 18  N155, Louviers
 Péage de Louviers
 19  A154 & N15, Val-de-Reuil A154
 20  D321, Elbeuf & Pont-de-l'Arche D321, Elbeuf & Pont-de-l'Arche
 21  D7, Elbeuf & Oissel D7, Elbeuf & Oissel
 22 D18E, Oissel & A139, Rouen D18E, Oissel
 23  N338, Rouen
 24  Maison Brûlée N138 & N175, Moulineaux N138 & N175, Moulineaux
 25  D313, Bourg-Achard D313, Bourg-Achard
 26  D89 & N175, Pont-Audemer
 27 A131
 28  N175, Beuzeville N175, Beuzeville
 Péage de Beuzeville
 29 A132 & D579, Pont-l'Évêque A132 & D579, Pont-l'Évêque
 29a  La Haie Tondue N175, Annebault & Beaumont-en-Auge
 Aire de repos de Danestal
 29b  Péage de Dozulé D400, Houlgate, Dives, Cabourg & Dozulé D400, Houlgate, Dives, Cabourg & Dozulé
 Péage de Dozulé
 30  Péage de Troarn N175, Troarn N175, Troarn
 Aire de repos de Giberville
 31 Echangeur de Mondeville N513, N814 & D403, Mondeville N513, N814 & D403, Mondeville

External links

  • SAPN motorways live traffic
  • A13 autoroute in Saratlas
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