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The A4 Autoroute, also known as autoroute de l'Est (English:Eastern Motorway) is a French autoroute that travels 482 km (300 mi) between the cities of Paris and Strasbourg. It forms parts of European routes E25 and E50.

A4 autoroute shield

A4 autoroute
Autoroute de l'Est
Route information
Part of
Length 482 km (300 mi)
Existed 1974 – present
Major junctions
West end Paris (Porte de Bercy)
East end Strasbourg
Highway system
Autoroutes of France
The A4 near Auve in the Marne department.

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 Rheims, and terminates in Strasbourg. Local roads provide a connection to southern Germany.

Its westernmost part between the Périphérique and the A86 ring road in Paris is reputed to be one of the busiest sections of road in Europe, with 257,000 vehicles a day recorded in 2002.[1]



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 A31 1975
A31 Metz (east) 1976
Metz (east) Merlebach 1971 formerly A32
Merlebach Mundolsheim 1976
Mundolsheim Strasbourg 1972
Ormes Taissy 2010 Contournement sud de Reims / replaces old road

List of Exits and JunctionsEdit

Exit/Junction Destination
  Boulevard Périphérique
  501 Charenton
  512 A86, Joinville-le-Pont
  518 A86, Nogent-sur-Marne
  534 Noisy-ouest
  538 Noisy-est
  561 Champs-sur-Marne
  574 Val Maubué, N104
  589 Croissy-Beaubourg
  609 Collégien
  627 Ferrières-en-Brie
  644 Marne-la-Vallée ouest
  665 A104
  692 Marne-la-Vallée Val de Bussy
  713 Marne-la-Vallée Val de Lagny
  724 Marne-la-Vallée Val d' Europe
  745 Coutevroult
  765 Crécy-la-Chapelle
  794 A140, Meaux
  821 St. Jean-les-Deus-Jumeaux
  849 Montreuil-aux-Lions
  880 Château-Thierry
  891 Dormans
  A26 (North)
  902 Reims-Tinqueux
  923 Reims-centre
  942 Reims-Cathédrale
  957 Reims-St. Rémi
  969 A34 Reims-Cormontreuil
  A26 (South)
  981 La Veuve
  999 St. Etienne-au-Temple
  1007 Sainte-Menehould
  1026 Clermont-en-Argonne
  1054 Voie Sacrée
  1076 Verdun
  1098 Fresnes-en-Woëvre
  1111 Jarny
  1134 Ste. Marie
  1145 Marange-Silvange
  1166 Sémécourt
  A31, Croix de Hauconcourt
  1187 Argancy
  A315, Bifurcation de Mey
  A314, Bifurcation de Lauvallières
  1199 Boulay
  1221 Saint-Avold
  1241 A320, Freyming-Marlebach
  1265 Farébersviller
  1268 Puttelange
  1287 Sarreguemines
  1307 Phalsbourg (N4)
  1335 Saverne
  1356 Hochfelden
  1371 A340, Brumath-nord
  1389 Brumath-sud
  1412 A35 (North), Reichstett
  1426 Hoenheim
  1445 Bischheim
  1476 Strasbourg-centre

List of TollsEdit

Péages (Tolls)
  de Coutevroult
  de Montreuil-aux-Lions
  de Dormans
  de Taissy
  de Beaumont
  de Saint-Avold
  de Loupershouse
  de Schwindratzheim

European RoutesEdit

European Route Location
    Boulévard Périphérique through   A320
    A31 through   51 

External linksEdit

Route map: Google

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