Autoroutes of France
2x3 lanes between Lyon and Pérouges (26 km)
70 km long
1983: Section between Neyron and Chazey (30 km) opened
1988: Section between Chazey and Pont-d'Ain (19.5 km) opened
01 (Lyon: porte de Croix-Barret) Towns served Lyon Centre, Périphérique (RN383)
01b (Villeurbanne Croix-Luizet-St Jean) Towns served: Villeurbanne Croix-Luizet, St Jean
01a (Vauix-en-Velin) Towns served: Vauix-en-Velin
Exchange A42-N346 Junction with N346 Lyon ring road to Orange south.
Exchange A42-A46 Junction with A46 part of the Lyon ring road to Paris
04 (Parc de Miribel-Jonage) : Towns served: Neyron and Miribel
05 (Beynost) : Towns served: Beynost
Péage de Beynost
Exchange A42-A432 Junction with the A432 to Marseille
Service Area: Lyon-Dagneux/Lyon-Montluel
06 (Balan-Dagneux) Towns served: Montluel and Balan
07 (Pérouges) Towns served: Pérouges, Meximieux and Saint-Jean-de-Niost
Rest Area: Ambérieu
08 (Ambérieu) Towns served: Ambérieu-en-Bugey
09 (Pont-d'Ain) Towns served: Pont-d'Ain
Exchange A42-A40 Junction with A40 to Mâcon (north), Geneva (Switzerland) (east) and end of autoroute.
A42 autoroute Wikipedia
The A42 autoroute is a short motorway in France. Being completed in 1987, the road connects the city of Lyon to its junction with the A40 roughly 50 km north-east of Lyon.