National Route A003 (Argentina)

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National Route A003
Ruta Nacional A003
Acceso a Tigre
Route information
Length: 8.8 km (5.5 mi)
Major junctions
South end: Boulogne
North end: Tigre
Highway system
Highways in Argentina

National Route A003[1] also known as Tigre Access is an 8.8 km (5.5 mi)-long four-lane highway. It goes from the junction with National Route 9 and Camino de Cintura (Provincial Route 4) to the town of Tigre, passing the towns of:

National Route A003 in Lomas de San Isidro.

Administration[edit]

In 1993 the Federal Government opened a bid for the Buenos Aires road access network. The winner for the maintenance contract for the North Access roads was Autopistas del Sol. North Access includes Avenida General Paz, National Route A003, and a portion of National Route 8, National Route 9.

Autopistas del Sol signed the Concession Contract on 26 May 1994. Tolls started being collected in August 1996, after the company finished the road improvements according the contract.[2]

The concession ends on 31 December 2020.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (Spanish) http://www.aca.org.ar/servicios/turismo/vial/au-norte.html Automóvil Club Argentino
  2. ^ (Spanish) La Concesión - Autopistas del Sol
  3. ^ (Spanish) Acceso Norte - Órgano de Control de Concesiones Viales


This article incorporates information from the revision as of August 2007 of the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.