| 1992 – present|
Autoroutes of France
The A49 autoroute is a motorway in France. The road provides a connection between Romans (Valence) with Grenoble.
98 km long
A49 autoroute Wikipedia
The first section was opened in 1991 between the junction with the A48 towards Voreppe and the junction at Tullins (N°11). Its extension to Romans-sur-Isère was opened in 1992.Exchange A48-A49 Junction with A48 autoroute to Lyon and Grenoble.
11 (Tullins) Towns served: Tullins
10 (Vinay) Towns served: Vinay
09 (Saint-Marcelin) Towns served: Saint-Marcelin
08 (Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans) Towns served: Saint-Nazaire-en-Royans
Péage de Chatuzange-le-Goubet
07 (Novel-de-Isere) Towns served: Romans-sur-Isere
06 (Bourg-de-Péage) Towns served: Romans-sur-Isere, Bourg-de-Péage
The A49 becomes the N532 and remains dual carriageway
05 (Les Soubres)
04 (Valance TGV)
02 (Le Plovier)
Exchange N532-N7 Road joins the N7 Valence western bypass to the A7.