The construction of the doubling of the A9 motorway at Montpellier led by Vinci Autoroutes is completed. The new section will be put into service on Tuesday, 30 and Wednesday, may 31, at the end of five years of work.
The construction of the doubling of the A9 motorway at Montpellier will end with six months ahead of the schedule originally planned just to report, Vinci Autoroutes, developer of the project. The new section will be put into service Tuesday 30 and Wednesday 31 may 2017, after five years of work, he adds in a press release.
The opening will take place on the night of Tuesday, may 30, so as not too disrupt the traffic. This commissioning will take place in two time : Tuesday, 30 between 5am and 8am in the morning in the direction of Montpellier/Nîmes, and then Wednesday, 31 between 5am and 8am in the direction Nîmes/Montpellier.
300 enterprises of building industry mobilized for five years on the site
Vinci Autoroutes recalls that “these works have mobilized more than 300 companies and 1,500 people to improve the safety and fluidity of this axis very attended, linking Spain to the rest of Europe.” The highway pre-existing, the A709, will be the host now stream local. In total, the cost of this project is estimated at 800 million euros. Nearly 100,000 vehicles per day on average, and up to 170,000 during the summer migrations, are expected by the dealer to Vinci Autoroutes.