APRR is Europe's fourth-largest motorway operator and a subsidiary of Eiffarie, a consortium comprising Eiffage (majority interest) and Macquarie. The Group operates a network of near that 2,300 km of motorways.
Figures for 2012
2,282 km network under concession from the French government
2,263 km of roads in service (APRR: 1,850 km - AREA: 413 km*)
21 billion kilometres driven each year
€2,039 billion in sales (+0.8%) *Including ADELAC
The network (APRR & AREA) currently in service includes the Paris-Lyon route (A5, A6 and A39), a Burgundy-Northern Europe route (A31, A36), Alpine motorways in the Rhône-Alpes region (A40, A41, A42, A43, A48, A49 and A51 Nord) and motorways in central France (A77 and A71).
This network forms a major European communication vector, carrying traffic over a combined distance of more than 21 billion kilometres in 2012.
The Group achieved consolidated sales of €2 039 million in 2012, and has near 4,000 employees.
APRR builds and operates toll motorways and other structures under license from the French government. This public service mission serves a dual purpose by facilitating the movement of people and goods and contributing to economic growth.