| 64 km|
Aubagne, La Ciotat
| Autoroutes of France|
Exchange A50-A55 Junction with A55 autoroute in Marseille.
01 (Prado) Towns served: Marseille.
02 (Place de Pologne/Menpenti-La Capelette) Towns served: Marseille.
03 (La Pomme) Towns served: Marseille.
Service Area: La Pomme
04 (La Valentine) Towns served: Saint-Marcel
05 (La Penne) Towns served: La-Penne-sur-Huveaune
Exchange A50-A501 Junction with A501 spur to A52
00 (Aubagne Sud-A502) Towns served: Junction with A502 spur to D8n and Aubagne
00 Exchange A52-A50 Junction with A52 to Aix.
06 (Carnoux) Towns served: Carnoux-en-Provence
07 (La Bédoule-nord/sud) Towns served: Roquefort-la-Bédoule
Rest Area: Pas d'Ouillier
08 (Cassis) Towns served: Cassis
Péage de La Ciotat
09 (La Ciotat) Towns served: La Ciotat
Service Area: Le Liouquet/Les Plaines Baronnes
10 (Les Lecques) Towns served: Les Lecques
11 (La Cadière-d'Azur) Towns served: Le Beausset
Péage de Bandol
12 (Bandol) Towns served: Bandol
Rest Area: Sanary
13 (Ollioules) Towns served: Ollioules
14 (Châteauvallon) Towns served: La Seyne-sur-Mer
15 (Toulon-Ouest/La Seyne-Centre/Arsenal) Towns served: Port and town of Toulon, La Seyne-sur-Mer
16 (Bon Rencontre) Towns served: Beauclaire, Toulon
Autoroute becomes the N8 into Toulon and to the A57 to Nice.
A50 autoroute Wikipedia
The A50 autoroute is a French motorway connecting Marseille to Toulon.
The first section was opened in 1962 between Marseille and Aubagne. It is 65 km long. The road is toll between Roquefort-la-Bédoule with Sanary-sur-Mer and managed by ESCOTA. This section was the first to trial Télépéage or Télébadge in 1992.
At the end of the section, drivers can choose between entering the city, via the RDn8, or crossing it going through the tunnel de Toulon (Toulon's tunnel) to join the other side of the city and catch the A57 autoroute. This part of the tunnel is closed since this year (2014) for maintenance and improvements, while the second part (Toulon -> Marseille) is now open.
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