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A4_autoroute

A4 autoroute

''This article is about the French motorway A4. For information about other roads of the same name, or other meanings, see A4.

The A4 Autoroute, also known as l'autoroute de l'Est (English: the Eastern Motorway) is a French autoroute that travels 482 km (299 miles) between the cities of Paris and Strasbourg. It forms parts of European routes E25 and E50.

Its construction began in the 1970s near Paris. The first section between Paris's Porte de Bercy and Joinville-le-Pont opened in 1974 with a single carriageway. A second carriageway was added in 1975, and the following sections between Joinville and Metz were opened in 1975 and 1976. Former autoroutes A32 and A34 were integrated into the A4 in 1982.

From Paris, the autoroute passes the new town of Marne-la-Vallée and Disneyland Paris. It continues on to the major cities of France's northeast, including Reims, and terminates in Strasbourg. Local roads provide a connection to southern Germany.

History

Segment Terminus Segment Terminus Construction Year Notes
Porte de Bercy Saint-Maurice 1974 (first carriageway)
Porte de Bercy Saint-Maurice 1974 (second carriageway)
Saint-Maurice Joinville-le-Pont 1974 (first carriageway)
Saint-Maurice Joinville-le-Pont 1975 (second carriageway)
Joinville Coutevroult 1976
Coutevroult Bouleurs 1975
Bouleurs Château-Thierry 1976
Château-Thierry Tinqueux 1975
Tinqueux Les Islettes 1976
Les Islettes 1975
Metz (east) 1976
Metz (east) Merlebach 1971 formerly
Merlebach Mundolsheim 1976 formerly
Mundolsheim Strasbourg 1972 formerly

List of Exits and Junctions

Exit/Junction Destination
Boulevard Périphérique
01 Charenton
02 , Joinville-le-Pont
03 , Nogent-sur-Marne
04 Noisy-ouest
05 Noisy-est
06 Champs-sur-Marne
07 Val Maubué,
08 Croissy-Beaubourg
09 Collégien
10 Ferrières-en-Brie
10.1 Marne-la-Vallée ouest
11
12 Marne-la-Vallée Val de Bussy
13 Marne-la-Vallée Val de Lagny
14 Marne-la-Vallée Val d' Europe
15 Coutevroult
16 Crécy-la-Chapelle
17 , Meaux
18 St. Jean-les-Deus-Jumeaux
19 Montreuil-aux-Lions
20 Château-Thierry
21 Dormans
(North)
22 Reims-Tinqueux
23 Reims-centre
24 Reims-Cathédrale
25 Reims-St. Rémi
26 Reims-Cormontreuil
(South)
27 La Veuve
28 St. Etienne-au-Temple
29 Sainte-Menehould
29.1 Clermont-en-Argonne
30 Voie Sacrée
31 Verdun
32 Fresnes-en-Woëvre
33 Jarny
34 Ste. Marie
35 Marange-Silvange
36 Sémécourt
, Croix de Hauconcourt
37 Argancy
, Bifurcation de Mey
, Bifurcation de Lauvallières
38 Boulay
39 Saint-Avold
40 , Freyming-Marlebach
41 Farébersviller
41.1 Puttelange
42 Sarreguemines
44 Phalsbourg ()
45 Saverne
46 Hochfelden
47 , Brumath-nord
48 Brumath-sud
49 (North), Reichstett
49.1 Hoenheim
50 Bischheim
51 Strasbourg-centre

List of Tolls

Péages (Tolls)

European Routes

European Route Location
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