| 150 km|| Autoroutes of France|
Exchange A61-A68-A62 Junction with A62 to Bordeaux and A68 to Albi.
15 km 231 (La Roseraie) Towns served: Toulouse
16 km 233 (Soupetard) Towns served: Toulouse
17 km 235 (Lasbordes) Towns served: Toulouse, Castres via RN126.
18 km 236 (Montaudran) Towns served: Toulouse
19 km 239 (Le Palays-A620) Junction with A620 spur to Toulouse Centre.
Péage de Toulouse sud
Service Area km 248: Toulouse sud
Rest Area km 256: Ayguesvives/Baziège
Exchange A61-A66 Junction with the A66 to Pamiers, Andorra and Barcelona.
20 km 264 (Villefranche de Lauragais) Towns served: Gardouch, Villefranche-de-Lauragais
Rest Area km 265: Renneville/Villefranche
Rest Area km 274: Port Lauragais
21 km 288 (Castelnaudary) Towns served: Castelnaudary
Rest Area km 292: Mireval/Castelnaudary
22 km 302 (Bram) Towns served: Bram
Rest Area km 303: Montréal/Bram
Service Area km 312: Carcassonne-Arzens
23 km 319 (Carcassonne ouest) Towns served: Carcassonne
Rest Area km 323: Belvédère d'Auriac/Belvédère de la Cité
24 km 329 (Carcassonne est) Towns served: Carcassonne
Service Area km 340: Les Corbières
Rest Area km 354: Fontcouverte/La Peyrière
25 km 357 (Lézignan) Towns served: Lézignan-Corbières
Rest Area km 366: Bizanet
Rest Area km 375: Narbonne Jonquières
Rest Area km 376: Pech Loubat
Exchange A9-A61 Junction with the A9 to Perpignan, Narbonne and Orange.
A61 autoroute Wikipedia
The A61 autoroute is a French motorway forming part of the Autoroute de Deux Mers. It is 147.5 kilometres (91.7 mi) long.
It connects Narbonne (and a junction on A9) and Toulouse, where becomes the A62 towards Bordeaux. It also has junctions with the A64 towards Bayonne and A68 towards Albi on the outskirts of Toulouse. It is totally a toll road and operated by ASF. It is with 2x2 lanes on the majority of its course except for the section between Toulouse and the junction with A66 close to Villefranche-de-Lauragais which is 2x3 lanes. It is also the European route E80.