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A6 motorway (Luxembourg)

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Existed:  1976 – present
Length  20.79 km
History:  Completed in 1982
Constructed  1976
A6 motorway (Luxembourg)
North end:  Croix de Gasperich for Luxembourg City, A1, A3
South end:  Belgian Autoroute 4 for Arlon

The Autoroute 6, abbreviated to A6 or otherwise known as the Arlon motorway (French: Autoroute d'Arlon), is a motorway in southern and western Luxembourg. It is 20.791 kilometres (12.919 mi) long and connects Luxembourg City, in the south, to Kleinbettingen, in the west. At Kleinbettingen, it reaches the Belgian border, whereupon it meets the A4, which leads to Brussels via Arlon and Namur.


Map of A6, Luxembourg


The A6 forms part of the E25 from Hoek van Holland in the Netherlands to Palermo in Italy.

The A6 was opened in three separate sections:

  • 1976: Croix de Cessange - Strassen
  • 1978: Croix de Gasperich - Croix de Cessange
  • 1982: Strassen - Belgian Autoroute 4 at Kleinbettingen
  • References

    A6 motorway (Luxembourg) Wikipedia

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