| 1968 – present|
Autoroutes of France
The A48 autoroute, also known as l'autoroute du Dauphiné, is a motorway in France connecting the A43 with the city of Grenoble.
An extension north to Ambérieu is proposed in the medium term.
2x3 lanes between the A49 and A480 autoroutes (10 km)
97 km long
1968: The first toll free section opened between the Bastille (Grenoble northern edge) and Voreppe as part of the preparations for the Winter Olympics held in the city and surrounding area.
1975: Opening of the toll section between Voreppe and the A43 managed by AREA.
Exchange A48-A43 Exits [to modify] Exchanger between A43 to Lyon/Chambéry and A48
Rest Area: Burcin
09 (Le Grand-Lemps) Towns served: Rives
Rest Area: Réaumont
10 (Champfeuillet) Towns served: Voiron
11 (Voiron-Moirans) Towns served: Voiron
Exchange A49-A48 Exchanger between A49 to Valence and A48
12 (Veurey) Towns served: Voreppe
Péage de Voreppe
13 (Voreppe) Towns served: Voreppe
Rest Area: Voreppe/L'Isle Rose
14 (Saint-Egreve) Towns served: Saint-Egreve
15 (ZI Saint-Egreve-ZI/Saint-Martin-the-Vinoux) Towns served: Grenoble
Exchange A48-A480 Junction between the A48 and A480 to Sisteron and Gap via A51.
16 (Europôle-Polygon Scientific Grenoble) Towns served: Grenoble
A48 autoroute Wikipedia
The following list indexes towns and places of interest that can be visited from the motorway:River Isere
Col de Rossatière
There are proposals to extend the autoroute north from Bourgoin-Jallieu to Ambérieu-in-Bugey and connecting to the A42 autoroute.