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A55 autoroute

The A55 autoroute is a free motorway in southern France. It is 36.7 kilometres (22.8 mi) long.

The road starts at Marseille at La Joliette and ends to the west of Martigues where it becomes the N568 towards Arles and Nîmes.

Contents

  • Junctions 1
  • History 2
  • Future 3
  • External links 4

Junctions

History

The first section was opened in 1972. The last section was completed connecting this junction to the Vieux-Port of Marseille in 1989.

Future

This motorway will be extended towards Arles by upgrading the N568 over the Plaine de la Crau. No date has been scheduled as yet, only a by-pass for Port-de-Bouc which is currently being evaluated.

External links

  • A55 Motorway in Saratlas
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