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A29 autoroute

A29 autoroute
Route information
Length: 264 km (164 mi)
Highway system
Autoroutes of France

The A29 is a motorway in Normandy, northern France. The road is also part of European route E44.


The road connects the port of Le Havre with the A26 autoroute at Saint-Quentin. It also has junctions with the A13, A131, A16, A28 and A1 autoroutes.


  • Rouen(east).
  • Deauville
  • Gonneville-sur-Honfleur
  • Honfleur Road becomes the D929
  • Pont de Normandie Toll Bridge
  • Rouen A131 to A13.
  • St-Romain-de-Colbosc
  • Péage Epretot
  • Bolbec
    • Service Area: Bolleville
  • Fécamp
  • Rest Area: Ecretteville-Lès-Baons
  • Yvetot.
  • Yerville
  • Rest Area: St-Martin-aux-Arbres
  • Rouen (south) to A25.
  • Péage Cottevrard
  • Abbeville (north)
  • Neufchâtel-en-Bray
  • Neufchâtel-en-Bray
  • Aumale
  • Péage Roupied
  • Poix-de-Picardie
  • Calais (north)
  • A16, The A29 Motorway begins again 4km to the south
  • Péage Dury
  • Amiens
  • Amiens
  • Amiens
  • N25 and A29
  • Roye
  • Péage Boves
    • Service Area: Villers-Bretonneux
  • Lille
  • Ennemain
  • Reims (south)

External links

  • A29 autoroute in Saratlas
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