A81 autoroute

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The A81 autoroute is a motorway in north-western France. It forms the first part of a long-term project to upgrade the road connection between Le Mans and Brest to motorway standard throughout. Until 1982 the motorway was known as the F11. The A81 is a part of European route E50 linking Brest to Makhachkala in Russia.

Section completed:

Sections not yet upgraded:

Itinerary

  • Sinnbild Autobahnkreuz.svg A11 autoroute interchange
    • Aire de pique-nique.png Rest areas: La Landrière (westbound), La Chevallerie (eastbound)
    • Aire de pique-nique.png Rest areas: Les Gripperies (westbound), La Coire (eastbound)
  • 15px Exit 1 (27 km): for Sillé-le-Guillaume, Sablé-sur-Sarthe, Joué-en-Charnie
    • Aire d'autoroute - station essence.png Service areas: Saint-Denis d'Orques (westbound), Thorigné-en-Charnie (eastbound)
  • 15px Exit 2 (50 km): for Évron, Vaiges
    • Aire de pique-nique.png Rest areas: Villeray (westbound), Loriolet (eastbound)
    • Aire d'autoroute - station essence.png Service areas: Laval-Bonchamp (westbound), Laval-le-Coudray (eastbound)
  • 15px Exit 3 (70 km): for Laval, Mayenne
    • Aire de pique-nique.png Rest areas: La Mayenne (westbound), Château de Ricourdet (eastbound)
  • 15px Exit 4 (77 km): for Laval, Ernée, Fougères
    • Aire de pique-nique.png Rest areas: La Paplonnière (westbound), La Sorinière (eastbound)
  • 15px Exit 5 and current end of motorway (94 km): for Laval, La Gravelle, Vitré
    • Aire d'autoroute - station essence.png Service areas (on N157): Derbée (westbound), Mondevert (eastbound)

External links

Route map: Bing / Google