37 departments have taken the decision to return to 90 km / h on certain secondary roads. Here is the map of France to see more clearly.
In the fall of 2018, France set to 80. The reduction in the maximum speed on secondary roads, decided by the government of Edouard Philippe, had been welcomed freshly by many motorists, motorcyclists and elected officials. One year later, the executive gave the departments the opportunity to choose to restore the bar to 90 km / h.
Nowadays, 37 departments have opted for a return to 90 km / h on certain sections of secondary roads (Bas-Rhin, Sarthe, Hérault, Jura, etc.). Please note: this does not mean that all the roads in the departments have regained this maximum speed. It only means that a few axes have had their old speed restored.
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Furthermore, six other departments have started the process to iron some sections at 90 km / h. These are Gers (32), Isère (38), Meuse (55), Haute-Saône (70), Saône-et-Loire (71) and Yonne (89 ).
Find below the list of departments that have restored 90 km / h on certain two-way sections without a central separator.
- Bourgogne-Franche-Comté: Côte-d’Or (21), Jura (39)
- Center-Val de Loire: Cher (18), Eure-et-Loir (28), Indre (36), Indre-et-Loire (37), Loir-et-Cher (41), Loiret (45)
- Grand-Est: Aube (10), Marne (51), Haute-Marne (52), Bas-Rhin (67), Haut-Rhin (68), Vosges (88)
- Île-de-France: Seine-et-Marne (77)
- Normandy: Calvados (14), Orne (61)
- New Aquitaine: Charente (16), Charente-Maritime (17), Corrèze (19), Creuse (23), Dordogne (24), Deux-Sèvres (79), Vienne (86), Haute-Vienne (87)
- Occitanie: Aveyron (12), Hérault (34), Lozère (48), Hautes-Pyrénées (65), Tarn (81)
- Pays-de-la-Loire: Maine-et-Loire (49), Mayenne (56), Sarthe (72)
- Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur: Hautes-Alpes (05)
- Rhône-Alpes-Auvergne: Allier (03), Cantal (15), Haute-Loire (43)
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Map: Julien Jodry
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