| 1992 – present|
Autoroutes of France
The road is 142 km long from junction 1
There are 3 Service Areas
The road provides quicker travel times between Bourg-en-Bresse and Paris.
1992 : Opening of section between Dijon and Crimolois (6 km)
1994 : Opening of the section between Crimolois and Dole (34 km)
1998 : Opening of the section between Dole and Bourg-en-Bresse (110 km)
01 (N274-rocade de Dijon) Autoroute commences on outskirts of Dijon
02 (Neuilly-les-Dijon) Towns served: Neuilly-les-Dijon
03 (Crimolois) Towns served: Crimolois
Péage de Crimolois
04 (Fauverney-A31) Junction with A31 autoroute to Metz (north), Beaune (south)
Rest Area: Bois-Défendu (westbound), Beire-le-Fort (eastbound)
05 (Soirans) Towns served: Auxonne, Soirans
Service Area: Pont Chêne d'Argent/Pont Val de Saône
Exchange A36-A39 St Seine Junction with the A36 autoroute to Mulhouse (east), Beaune (west)
06 (Dole-Choisey) Towns served: Dole, RN5
Rest Area: La Vouivre/Louis Pasteur
Rest Area: La Jument Verte/Le Chat Perché
07 Exchange A39-A391-Bersaillin km 69 Junction of A39 with A391 to Poligny.
Service Area: Le Jura
08 (Beaurepaire en Bresse) Towns served: Lons-le-Saunier, Louhans
Rest Area: La Vallière/Savigny
09 (Le Miroir) Towns served: Cuiseaux, Cousance, Louhans
Service Area: Le Poulet de Bresse km 114
10 (Beaupont) Towns served: St Trivier de Courtes, St Amour
Rest Area: Marmont/Bény
Exchange A40-A39 The autoroute ends with a junction with the A40 autoroute to Mâcon (west) Geneva (Switzerland) (east).
A39 autoroute Wikipedia
The A39 autoroute, also known as the L'Autoroute Verte, is a motorway in eastern France. The road connects Dijon with Dole and Bourg en Bresse. It forms part of European route E21.