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A25 autoroute

A25 in northern France

The A25 is a 62.2 kilometres (38.6 mi) long motorway in northern France. It is also part of European Route E42.

Route

The road connects (with the N225) the English Channel port of Dunkerque with the major city of Lille. The road has no tolls.

Junctions

  • 01 A1, N356 to A25.
  • 02 Lille - Moulins Towns served: Lille
  • 03 Lille - Wazemmes Towns served: Lille
  • 04 Lille - Fg de Béthune Towns served: Lille
  • 05 Lille-Centre - Port de Lille Towns served: Lille
  • 06 Halennes Towns served: Haubourdin, Halennes
  • 07 Englos- N352 Towns served: N41 (to Lens and Bethune), D710 (to Roubaix, Tourcoing)
  • 08Lys Towns served: Houplines, Belgium
  • 09 Nieppe Towns served: Armentières
    • Rest Area: Steenwerck
  • 10 Bailleul Towns served: Bailleul
  • 11 Towns served: N42 (to Hazebrouck, Saint-Omer)
  • 12 Méteren Towns served: Bailleul
  • 13 Steenvoorde Towns served: Steenvoorde
    • Service Area: St-Eloi (eastbound) St-Laurent (westbound)
  • 14 Winnezeele Towns served: Hondschoote
  • 15 Herzeele Towns served: Wormhout
  • 16 Bergues Towns served: Bergues
  • N225 - A25 Road becomes the N225 to Dunkerque.

External links

  • A25 autoroute in Saratlas
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