A9 autoroute

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A9 autoroute
La Languedocienne
La Catalane
Route information
Part of
Maintained by Vinci Autoroutes
Major junctions
East endAB-AS.svg 21 Orange-Centre E 15 / E 714 / A 7 / D 17
 AB-AS.svg 22 Roquemaure N 580 / D 976 / D 6580

AB-AS.svg 23 Remoulin N 100 / D 19 / D 192 / D 351 / D 6100
AB-AS.svg 24 Nîmes-Est D 6086
AB-AS.svg 25 Nîmes-Ouest E 80 / A 54 / N 106 / N 113
AB-AS.svg 26 Gallargues N 113 / D 378 / D 742 / D 6313
AB-AS.svg 27 Lunel D 34 / D 110E1
AB-AS.svg 28 Vendargues N 113 / D 65 / D 112
AB-AS.svg 29 D 24 / D 58 / D 66
AB-AS.svg 30 Montpellier-Sud D 986
AB-AS.svg 31 Montpellier-Ouest D 65 / D 116 / D 132 / D 132E1
AB-AS.svg 32 D 116E1
AB-AS.svg 33 Sète D 600
AB-AS.svg 34 Agde D 13 / D 612A
AB-Kreuz.svg 35 E 11 / A 75
AB-AS.svg 36 D 64
AB-AS.svg 37 Narbonne-Est D 168
AB-AS.svg 38 Narbonne-Sud D 6009
AB-Kreuz.svg E 80 / A 61
AB-AS.svg 39 D 3 / D 6139
AB-AS.svg 40 Leucate D 627 / D 6009
AB-AS.svg 41 Perpignan-Nord D 5 / D 12 / D 83 / D 900
AB-AS.svg 42 D 612A / D 900

AB-AS.svg 43 Le Boulou D 115 / D 618A / D 900
West end E-15 / AP-7 at Spanish border at Le Perthus
Highway system
Autoroutes of France
The A9 at Bessan

The A9 autoroute (La Languedocienne/La Catalane) is a motorway in southern France.

The road forms part of the European route E15, as does the A9 road (Scotland). The road runs between Orange and Perthus, in the Pyrénées-Orientales at the frontier with Spain where it becomes the Autopista AP-7.

The route passes the following major towns and cities Perpignan (Pyrénées-Orientales), Narbonne (Aude), Béziers and Montpellier (Hérault), Nîmes (Gard) and Orange (Vaucluse) before joining the A7 autoroute (Marseille to Lyon). The route is 2x3 as far south as exit 41 (Perpignan-Nord); widening between exit 41 and the Spanish frontier is currently (2012) in progress.

The A9 autoroute was operated by the Autoroutes du Sud de la France (ASF), taken over in 2006 by Vinci Autoroutes. The cost of travelling the whole road through the Languedoc-Roussillon region in a car is 23.70 euros (from 1 February 2012).[1]

Montpellier[edit]

Around Montpellier the road splits up in the A9 and A709. The A709 is not a toll-road. The exits 28-32 (inclusive) can only be reached from the A709. If one stays accidentally on the A9, it can be up to 35km until the next exit.

Junctions[edit]

Exits 28-32 (inclusive) are no longer on the main A9 (as of May 30 2017); you have to follow *Montpellier* and get on the A709.

Exits 28-32 (inclusive) are no longer on the main A9 (as of May 30 2017); you have to follow *Montpellier* and get on the A709.

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