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A4 motorway (Luxembourg)

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Existed:  1969 – present
North end:  Luxembourg City
Length  16.3 km
History:  Completed in 1992
South end:  Esch-sur-Alzette
Constructed  1969
A4 motorway (Luxembourg)

The Autoroute 4, abbreviated to A4 or otherwise known as the Esch-sur-Alzette motorway (French: Autoroute de Esch-sur-Alzette), is a motorway in southern Luxembourg. It is 16.302 kilometres (10.130 mi) long and connects Luxembourg City to Esch-sur-Alzette.

Contents

Map of A4, Luxembourg

Overview

The A4 was opened in six separate sections:

  • 1969: Pontpierre – Lallange
  • 1972: Leudelange-Nord – Leudelange-Sud
  • 1974: Merl – Leudelange-Nord
  • 1976: Leudelange-Sud – Pontpierre
  • 1988: Lallange – Lankelz
  • 1992: Lankelz – Raemerech
  • References

    A4 motorway (Luxembourg) Wikipedia


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