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Autostrada A31 (Italy)

A31 Motorway
Autostrada A31
Autostrada della Val D'Astico
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South end: Albettone-Barbarano Vicentino
North end: Piovene Rocchette
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Autostrade of Italy

The Autostrada A31 is an Italian motorway which connects the two towns of Piovene Rocchette and Albettone-Barbarano Vicentino. The A31 is interconnected with the A4 motorway in the city of Vicenza. It is also known as the "Autostrada della Val d'Astico".

There are currently works to extend the motorway south. The motorway will ultimately connect with SS 434 Transpolesana near Badia Polesine. These works are expected to be completed in 2014. There are also plans for an extension north of the motorway, connecting with A22 near Besenello. Region Trentino-Alto Adige is currently opposing this extension.

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