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A837 autoroute

The A837 autoroute is a motorway in western France it is also known as the Autoroute des Oiseaux.

Approximately 35.7 kilometres (22.2 mi) long, it connects Saintes to Rochefort.

Junctions

  • Exchange A10-A837 Junction with A10 to Bordeaux to Paris.
    • Rest Area: La Pierre de Crazannes
    • Rest Area: Les Oiseaux
    • Péage de Cabariot
  • 33 (Tonnay-Charente) Towns served: Tonnay
  • 32 (Rochefort-nord) Towns served: Rochefort
  • 31 (Rochefort centre) Towns served: Rochefort
  • Exchange A837-RN137 Autoroute becomes the RN137 to La Rochelle and Nantes.

External links

  • A837 Motorway on Saratlas


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