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A36 autoroute

The A36 autoroute is a toll motorway in northeastern France connecting the German border with Burgundy. It is also known as La Comtoise. The road forms part of European route E60.

Junctions

A36 near Belfort
A36 near Mulhouse
  • Exchange A31-A36 Autoroute starts with a junction on the A31 to Lyon (south), Dijon/Metz (north)
    • Rest Area: Villy-le-Moutier (eastbound) Argilly (westbound)
    • Service Area: Bois-Guillerot (eastbound) Glanon (westbound)
  • 01 Seurre Towns served: Seurre
    • Rest Area: Les Noues (eastbound) St-Jean-de-Losne (westbound)
  • Exchange A36-A39 or St Seine Junction with the A39 to Dijon (north west) Bourg en Bresse (south east)
    • Rest Area: Sampans (eastbound) Bois des Potets (westbound)
  • 02 Dole Authume Towns served: Dole, Authume
    • Service Area: Dole-Audelange (westbound)
    • Service Area: Dole-Romange (eastbound)
  • 02.1 Dampierre-Gendrey Towns served: Dampierre, Gendrey
    • Rest area: Hyombre
    • Rest Area: Bois de Servole
  • 03 Besançon Planoise Towns served: Marnay, Dannamarie
    • Rest Area: Bois de Frachère/Pelousey
  • 04 Besançon centre Towns served: N57, Besançon, Vesoul
    • Service Area: Besançon-Marchaux (eastbound) Besançon-Champoux (westbound)
  • 04.1 Marchaux-Besançon Palente Towns served: Marchaux
    • Rest Area: Chevaney (eastbound) Les Grands Brocards (westbound)
  • 05 Baume-les-Dames Towns served: Baume les Dames
    • Rest Area: La Combe de Fougère (eastbound) Le Boulet (westbound)
    • Rest Area: Charme
    • Rest Area: Galiot
  • 06 L'Isle-sur-le-Doubs Towns served: L'Isle-sur-le-Doubs
  • Péage: Péage de St-Maurice
    • Service Area: Ecot (eastbound) La Combe Ronde (westbound)
  • 06.1 Pont de Roide Towns served: Mathay
  • 07 Voujeaucourt Towns served: Voujeaucourt
  • 07 Audincourt Towns served: Audincourt
  • 08 Montbéliard Towns served: Montbéliard
  • 09 9a: Exincourt-Etupes/9b: Sochaux Towns served: Exincourt, Etupes, Sochaux
  • 10 Grand-Charmont Towns served: Grand-Charmont
    • Rest Area: Dambenois
  • 11 N1019 to Héricourt, N19 to Delle Towns served: N19, Delle, Héricourt
    • Rest area: Grand Bois (closed)
  • 12 12a: Danjoutin-Bavilliers/12b: Belfort centre Towns served: Danjoutin, Bavilliers, Belfort
  • 13 Belfort Glacis-du-Château Towns served: Belfort
  • 14 Colmar-Mulhouse par RN/Belfort centre Towns served: N83, Chèvremont
    • Rest Area: Les Grands-Prés
    • Rest Area: La Forêt
  • 14.1 Fontaine Towns served: Fontaine
    • Rest Area: Fontaine
  • Péage: Péage de Fontaine
    • Rest Area: Angeot
    • Rest Area: Le Haut Bois
    • Service Area: La Porte d'Alsace
  • 15 N466 Colmar/Belfort by RN Towns served: Colmar, Belfort
  • 16a N66 Mulhouse le Coteau-Epinal Towns served: Mulhouse
  • 16b Mulhouse le Coteau Towns served: Altkirch, Remiremont
  • 17 Pfastatt-Lutterbach-Mulhouse Dornach Towns served: Pfastatt, Lutterbach, Dornach
  • 18 D430 (68), Mulhouse Centre-Guebwiller Towns served: Mulhouse, Guebwiller
  • 19 Mulhouse-Centre Towns served: Mulhouse
  • 20 Sausheim Towns served: Sausheim
  • Exchange A36-A35 Strasbourg - Basel Junction with A35 autoroute Strasbourg (north), Basel (Switzerland) (south)
  • 21 Usine Peugeot Towns served: Peugeot Factory
  • 22 Ottmarsheim Towns served: Ottmarsheim
    • Customs post Douane d'Ottmarsheim
  • Germany Autoroute becomes the A862 autobahn to Freiburg and A5.

External links

  • A36 Motorway in Saratlas
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