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A3 autoroute

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Existed: 1969 – present
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South end: Paris (Porte de Bagnolet)
  A 86 near Rosny-sous-Bois
North end: A 1 near Le Bourget Airport
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A 86 concurrency
A 103 A 186 spurs
Autoroutes of France

The A3 Autoroute is a French autoroute located entirely within the départment of Seine-Saint-Denis, serving Montreuil-sous-Bois, Rosny-sous-Bois, and Bondy. Its southern terminus is an interchange with the Boulevard Périphérique at the Porte de Bagnolet, and its northern terminus is an interchange with the A1 near Le Bourget Airport. The A3 is 15 km long, and forms a part of European Route E15. A brief segment of its length is a concurrency with the A86. Two spur routes branch off from the A3: the A103 Autoroute and the A186 Autoroute. The first section of the roadway opened in 1969 between the Porte de Bagnolet and Bondy.

Lists of Exits and Junctions

Exit/Junction Destination
  Boulevard Périphérique
 1 A 186, Bagnolet, Montreuil
 2 A 86, A 103, Noisy-le-Grand, Rosny-sous-Bois, Villemomble
 3 A 86, Bobigny
 4  Bondy
 5  Drancy, Aulnay-sous-Bois
 6  Le Blanc-Mesnil, Villepinte
  A 1

European Routes

European Route Location
E 15 entire length
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