Alsace boasts a good road network: located at the crossroads between the north-south and east-west motorway links, the Alsace region of France is really the centre of Europe.
The different motorways which go through Alsace lead to the main European capitals and cities. This region is indeed well-connected to France, Germany and Switzerland road infrastructures.
As mentioned before, the Alsatian road network is really well-developed. Considering the growing population density, many road projects will be implemented in the next years. Such projects aim at increasing the number of motorways in the region because some of the existing ones begin to be overcrowded.
|Travelling to Alsace by Road|
|Daily Traffic level||More than 170 000 vehicles in use every day across the motorway A35.|
|Road network||Alsace accounts for a modern and fast network including 147 km of roads and 304 km of motorways.|
A35 North-south axis from Lauterbourg to Saint Louis and Bâle via Strasbourg, Colmar and Mulhouse.
A4"l'Autoroute de l'Est": Paris-Strasbourg axis.
A36 Besançon - Mulhouse - Strasbourg axis leading to Freiburg in Germany.
|Distances||Driving distance from Paris to Strasbourg: 480 km (4h30) Driving distance from Paris to Colmar: 470 km (5h15)|