A7 motorway (Luxembourg)

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Autoroute 7
Autobunn 7
Autoroute du Nord
Route information
Length: 31.468 km (19.553 mi)
Existed: 10 November 1989 – present
History: Completed 23 September 2015
Major junctions
South end: Kirchberg for Luxembourg City, A1
  Heisdorf
Lorentzweiler
Mersch
Colmar-Berg
Schieren
Ettelbruck
Erpeldange
North end: Clervaux
Highway system
Motorways in Luxembourg

The A7 or otherwise known as the North motorway (French: Autoroute du Nord, Luxembourgish: Nordstroos), is a motorway in Luxembourg. It links the capital city with the North of the country

Status[edit]

The entire A7 opened on the 23 September 2015 at 8 P.M.[1] The complete motorway is 31.468 km long.

All of the eight planned sections of the A7 are in service:

Route[edit]

Junctions and structures
AB-AS-blau.svg Clervaux 7
AB-AS-blau.svg (J10) Erpeldange
AB-AS-blau.svg (J9) Ingeldorf 7
AB-AS-blau.svg (J8) Ettelbruck 7
AB-AS-blau.svg (J7) Schieren 7
AB-AS-blau.svg (J6) Colmar-Berg
AB-AS-blau.svg (J5) Mierscherberg 7
AB-AS-blau.svg (J4) Mersch 8
AB-Tunnel.svg Mersch Tunnel
AB-AS-blau.svg (J3) Schoenfels
AB-Tunnel.svg Gousselerbierg Tunnel
AB-AS-blau.svg (J2) Lorentzweiler 7
AB-Tunnel.svg Grouft Tunnel
AB-Tunnel.svg Stafelter Tunnel
AB-AS-blau.svg (J1) Waldhof 11
AB-Kreuz-blau.svg Grunewald Junction

References[edit]

  1. ^ "La Nordstrooss mise en service le 23 septembre" (in French). 
  2. ^ "Evolution du réseau autoroutier" (in French). Administration des Ponts et Chaussées. 24 January 2008. Archived from the original on 3 March 2009. Retrieved 29 December 2008. 

External links[edit]

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