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A21 autoroute

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A21 autoroute

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The A21 autoroute is a toll free highway in north western France it is also known as the Rocade Minière.

Junctions

Completed

  • Barlin
  • Reims.
  • Liévin
  • Lens
  • Lens
  • Lille via RN47 and RN41
  • Lens
  • Carvin
  • Lens
  • RN17.
  • Lens
  • Noyelles-sous-Lens
  • Fouquières-lès-Lens
  • Hénin-Beaumont
  • Paris and Lille.
  • Noyelles-Godault
  • Courcelles-lès-Lens
  • Cambrai (via RN43)
  • 20 RN455 Autoroute becomes the N455.

In construction

Upgrade of N455 between Flers-en-Escrebieux and Pecquencourt which is the northern by-pass Douai.

Proposed

Upgrade of the N455 between Pecquencourt and Douchy-les-Mines and the A2.

External links

  • A21 Motorway on Saratlas
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