- development of the Grenoble urban crossing
- development of the three-lane A75 motorway south of Clermont-Ferrand
- interconnection between the Central Europe Atlantic Road (RCEA) and the APRR network in two locations: via the A406 Ouest near Mâcon and the A71 in Montmarault
- a system of interchanges between the A36 motorway, RN 1019 main road and RD 437 secondary road near Belfort.
MOTORWAY REGENERATION PLAN
A €719 million investment
Under the plan, APRR and its subsidiary AREA will invest €719 million and operate an additional 35 km of motorway, raising the total length of the APRR network to 2,323 km.
In parallel to this investment, the motorway regeneration plan extends the concession agreements until 2035 and 2036, for APRR and AREA, respectively.
Financing new infrastructures and services
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2014-2018 Management Contracts
The concession contracts agreed by the French government and APRR in 2001 are supplemented by two five-year management contracts, one concerning APRR, the other AREA. These contracts stipulate the investment in the network required from the Group in exchange for new toll pricing formulas that were introduced in 2014 and will remain in force until 2018.
APRR’S ROLE AS A MOTORWAY DEVELOPER
APRR invests to maintain, modernise and enhance safety along the network. APRR curates the assets entrusted to it, while making driving safer and building motorway areas that provide innovative services.
A75 - WIDENING TO DUAL THREE-LANE
As part of the motorway regeneration plan, the French government has contracted APRR to widen the A75 motorway between the junction with the A71 in Clermont-Ferrand and the Saint-Amant - Tallende interchange (no. 5) near Crest to dual three-lane and take over its operation.