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A89 autoroute

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A89 autoroute

The A89 autoroute is a motorway in central France. It is known as the La Transeuropéenne. It will connect Lyon with Bordeaux.

Contents

  • Route 1
    • Completed Sections 1.1
  • Junctions 2
    • A711 and A710 to A72 2.1
    • A71 to A20 2.2
    • A20 to Bordeaux 2.3
  • External links 3

Route

A89

Completed Sections

Junctions

A711 and A710 to A72

This will be a re-numbering of part of the existing A72 autoroute.

  • Exchange A711-A710-A89 A junction with the A711 and A710 and the A89.
    • Rest Area: Branchilion/Pacages
  • 01 (Lezoux) km 12 Towns served: Lezoux
    • Rest Area: Limagne
  • 02 (Thiers-Ouest) km 23 Towns served: Thiers
    • Rest Area: Les Pins/Le Lac
  • 03 (Thiers-Est) km 33 Towns served: Thiers
    • Rest Area: Les Suchères
  • 04 (Noirétable) km 47 Towns served: Noirétable
    • Service Area: Haut-Forez
  • 05 (Saint-Germain-Laval) km 69 Towns served: Saint-Germain-Laval
    • Rest Area: Les Bruyères/Les Ardilliers
  • Exchange A72-A89 Junction with the A72 and A89.

A71 to A20

A20 to Bordeaux

External links

  • A89 Motorway in Saratlas
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