Rueil-Malmaison toll gate

The toll gate - Duplex A86 Tunnel

Pay the toll while entering the tunnel. Exit is free. Press the call button on the toll terminal for help from a remote attendant at any time.

The Duplex A86 is by nature an inconspicuous structure. The motorway runs underground to safeguard the natural heritage of the area west of Paris.
The architectural designed by landscape architect Michel Regembal blends the surface structures (exchangers, access shafts and ventilation units) into the surrounding landscape.
Duplex A86 toll stations are coated with NOxer®, an innovative coating that eliminates the main pollutants emitted by cars by means of a chemical reaction.

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上传: 04/03/2011
更新: 13/05/2014


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