A4 autoroute

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  • Ile- de -France
  • Picardie
  • Champagne- Ardenne
  • Lorraine
  • Alsace

The Autoroute A4 ( Autoroute de l' Est, East Motorway ) is the second longest French motorway to the Autoroute A10. It runs from Paris to Reims and Metz, Strasbourg and is part of two European highways.

From Paris to Freyming -Merlebach it is identical with the E 50 which merges Golden Bremm at Saarbrücken in the German A 6 of the 15 km long Autoroute A320 at the border crossing, and identical from Metz to Strasbourg with the E 25

It is managed by the SANEF and is mostly toll roads. From Paris (BP ) to exit Marne-la-Vallée/Val d'Europe as well as from Strasbourg where the A340 branches off to the motorway junction, to Haguenau, the highway is toll-free.


The distance between Metz and Merle Bach was completed in 1971 as the A32. The section between Strasbourg and Mundolsheim 1972 opened as A34 and extended from 1976 to Merle Bach. 1982 both highways were integrated into the built 1970-1976 between Paris and Metz A4. On 23 November 2010, the new southern bypass was opened by Reims, on the A4 was moved. Part of the old city transit is the A34 since the part.