A9 autoroute

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  • Provence- Alpes- Côte d' Azur
  • Languedoc -Roussillon

The Autoroute A9 (French for motorway A 9) is an interstate highway, the 7 direction Marseille Orange begins with the junction of the A ( north-south direction) or towards Lyon ( south to north ) on a motorway junction in the city of Orange. It ends on the territory of the municipality Perthus in the department of Pyrénées -Orientales, where it merges on the Spanish border in the AP-7 motorway. Even more to the summer of 2010 at the border crossing a speed limit of 10 km / h valid, after degradation of the control houses, there are now 90 km / h. The highway is part of the European routes E 15 and E 80

Between Orange ( in the north) and the A61 ( towards Toulouse and Bordeaux) at Narbonne is called the A 9 La Languedocienne, south of Narbonne La Catalane.

The A 9 crosses - from north to south - the departments of Vaucluse (Provence -Alpes- Cote d' Azur), Gard, Herault, Aude and Pyrenees- Orientales (Languedoc -Roussillon ) and passes - from south to north - including the cities Perpignan (Pyrénées -Orientales), Narbonne ( Aude), Béziers, Agde, Sète, Montpellier (Hérault ), Nîmes (Gard ) and orange.

The A9 is operated by the company Autoroutes du Sud de la France ( ASF). The total cost for the crossing of the Languedoc -Roussillon for a car amounted to € 19.20 (Updated: November 23, 2005).