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A1 motorway (Italy)

A1 Motorway
Autostrada A1
Autostrada del Sole
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Part of E35 and E45
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Existed: 1964 – present
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North end: Milan
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South end: Naples
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Autostrade of Italy


The Autostrada A1, or Autostrada del Sole (“Motorway of the Sun”), is an Italian motorway that connects Milan with Naples via Bologna, Florence, and Rome. At 754 km, it is the longest Italian autostrada and is considered the spinal cord of the country’s road network.
It is a part of the E35 and E45 European roads.

A substantial section of New A1 is being constructed south of Bologna to provide a safer mountain crossing in bad weather. This section is named the Variante Di Valico. The current parallel route will continue to be designated as Motorway

History

Building works began in 1956, and the entire track was opened on 4 October 1964 by then-president Antonio Segni. All 1950s and 1960s administrations wanted this major infrastructure project to be completed as quickly as possible, as it was a great boost for the national economy.

The part between Rome and Naples was originally numbered A2.

Route

A1 MILAN - NAPLES
Autostrada del Sole
Exit ↓km↓ ↑km↑ Province European Route
San Donato Milanese -1,6 759,6 MI
Milano P.le Corvetto
Metanopoli - Vecchia autostrada
1,5 758,1 MI
San Giuliano Milanese 2,8 756,8 MI
Tangenziale Ovest 4,4 755,2 MI
Melegnano
road toll if going to Milan
8,7 750,2 MI
Milano sud 8,9 749,7 MI
San Zenone" 15,1 745 MI
Lodi 22,7 737 LO
Casalpusterlengo 37,9 722 LO
Somaglia" 43,5 716 LO
Piacenza Nord 50,7 710 LO
Torino - Brescia
56,428 PC
Torino - Brescia
57,134 PC
Piacenza Sud 58,162 PC
Arda" 74,3 687 PC
Fiorenzuola 75,0 687 PC
Salsomaggiore Terme 91,4 670 PR
La Spezia 103,0 658 PR
Parma 110,4 651 PR
Rest area "San Martino" 115,1 646 PR
Reggio Emilia 138,1 622 RE
Brennero 156,1 605 MO
Secchia" 157,5 604 MO
Modena Nord 158,6 603 MO
Modena Sud 171,8 589 MO
Ancona 189,8 571 BO
Ancona 196,1 565 BO
Rest area "Cantagallo" 199 BO
Sasso Marconi 207 553 BO
Rioveggio 223 537 BO
Pian del Voglio 237 523 BO
Rest area "Roncobilaccio" 242 518 BO
Roncobilaccio 242 519 BO
Rest area "Aglio" 256 504 FI
Barberino 262 498 FI
Sesto Fiorentino 278 482 FI
Rest area "Bisenzio" 279 481 FI
Pisa nord 280 480 FI
Firenze Nord 280 480 FI
SGC FI-PI-LI 286 474 FI
Siena - Autopalio 295 465 FI
Firenze Sud 301 459 FI
Rest area "Chianti" 305 455 FI
Incisa 320 440 FI
Rest area Reggello 321 439 FI
Valdarno 336 424 AR
Arezzo 358 402 AR
Rest area "Badia al Pino" 362 398 AR
Monte San Savino 372 388 AR
Rest area "Lucignano" 381 379 AR
Raccordo Siena - Bettolle - Perugia 385 375 SI
Rest area "Montepulciano" 395 365 SI
Chianciano 410 350 SI
Rest area "Fabro" 428 332 TR
Fabro 428 332 TR
Orvieto 451 309 TR
Rest area "Tevere" 465 VT
Attigliano 479 281 TR
Rest area "Giove" 481 279 TR
Viterbo 491 269 VT
Magliano Sabina 501 259 RI
Rest area "Flaminia" 509 251 RM
Ponzano Romano - Soratte 516 244 RM
Roma nord - GRA 531 229 RM
Rest area "Mascherone" 536 224 RM
L'Aquila - Teramo 562 198 RM
Rest area "Prenestina" 566 194 RM
Roma sud - GRA 576 184 RM
Valmontone 585 175 RM
Colleferro 593 167 RM
Fiuggi 611 149 FR
Rest area "La Macchia" 613 147 FR
Ferentino 619 141 FR
Frosinone 624 136 FR
Ceprano 644 116 FR
Pontecorvo 659 101 FR
Rest area "Casilina" 660 100 FR
Cassino 670 90 FR
San Vittore 679 81 FR
Caianello 701 59 CE
Rest area "Teano" 708 52 CE
Capua 729 31 CE
Santa Maria Capua Vetere 720 40 CE
Caserta Nord 734 26 CE
Rest area "San Nicola" 737 23 CE
Salerno 739 21 CE
Napoli Nord 740 20 CE
Caserta Sud 741 19 CE
Asse di Supporto 743 17 NA
Asse Mediano 749 11 NA
Bari 753 7 NA
Casoria - Napoli Nord 754 4 NA
Tangenziale di Napoli 755 5 NA
Rest area "Masseria" 755 5 NA
SS 162dir 758 2 NA
Salerno - Reggio Calabria 760 0 NA

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