Re: Toll roads in Europe


Peter S
 

Colours just means they are Autoroutes.

Peter S

On 19/02/2020 12:00:45, Tim Atkinson <tim@...> wrote:

Just had a look at viamichelin and the toll markings as described are
not very accurate - the motorway A16 between Calais and Boulogne is not
a toll road and the A25 Dunquerque to Lille is not toll either but both
are marked with a yellow band down the middle...

Cheers

--Tim A



On 10/02/2020 16:20, Alan Morris wrote:
> On Mon, 10 Feb 2020 at 14:21, Sandytrax wrote:
>
>> After a lots of internet searching - tolls.net etc - I can't seem to find a clear map of Europe's toll roads.
>> Any suggestions?
> Brian I suggest that you use Michelin maps. Motorways are marked on
> their maps as two red lines with a yellow band in the centre for toll
> roads, and two red lines with a white central band for non-toll.
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> The old paper Michelin maps I used to buy also mark the toll roads
> with the same colours. Other digital (off-line) maps that I use in
> Oziexplorer do the same.
>
> If you use them to plan a route, you can avoid tolls by selecting "Avoid Tolls".
>
> Alan.
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