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Autostrada RA15 (Italy)

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RA15 Motorway
Autostrada RA15
Catania By Pass
Route information
Length: 24 km (15 mi)
Existed: 28 May 1985 – present
Major junctions
Beltway around Catania
Location
Regions: Sicily
Highway system
Autostrade of Italy

The motorway RA15, also known as Tangenziale di Catania or Catania's By Pass (West), is a motorway at the service of Catania in Sicily, running from north to south, west of the city. It is 23.3 km long and it is managed by ANAS. It is also part of the European route E45. It was opened on 28 May 1985 and was called T09 until the 1990s.

By Pass (West)

The RA15 is connected to the A18 to Messina, the A19 to Palermo and to all of the major sicilian national roads of east Sicily. Since 2009 it is also connected to the A CT-SR to Syracuse.

RA15

RA15 Catania's By Pass
Type Type ↓km↓ ↑km↑ Province European
A18 to Messina
A18 Catania Nord
0,0 0,0 CT
Gravina 2,8 20,5
Catania - San Giovanni Galermo 4,5 18,8
Catania Ovest - Misterbianco 9,6 13,7
Catania San Giorgio 12,4 10,9
Service station "San Giorgio" 13,4 9,9
to Palermo
Asse attrezzato
14,9 8,4
Catania Sud - Catania Airport
Asse dei servizi
16,1 7,2
Zona industriale I (Nord)
Asse di spina Est-Ovest
17,1 6,2
to Syracuse 19,9 3,5
Zona industriale II (Sud) 20,7 2,6
Orientale Sicula 23,3 0,0

By Pass (East)

The initial project had on the plans a second service road going through the city called By Pass East (today's A18dir) but due to the highly urbanized situation of Catania the project has never been completed leaving the road to terminate in the northern part of the city.
In the southern part of Catania, in July 2010 was completed an other 5,0 km of service road called "Asse attrezzato", part of the initial project of the 70s. This service road connects the motorway A19 to Palermo and the RA 15 to the southern part of the city. This second stretch of service road is not classified as motorway.

A18dir Diramazione Catania nord

A18 dir Catania nord
.. Exit ↓km↓ ↑km↑ Province European
A18 Messina A18 Messina
RA15 By Pass (West)
0,0 4,5 CT
San Gregorio 0,5 4,1 CT
Canalicchio 2,6 1,4 CT
Catania Centro 4,5 0,0 CT

Asse attrezzato

Asse attrezzato
.. Exit ↓km↓ ↑km↑ Province European
Catania - Corso Indipendenza 0,0 5,0 CT
San Giorgio 1,3 3,7 CT
Librino 2,5 2,5 CT
Zona industriale 4,0 1,0 CT
A19 Palermo 5,0 0,0 CT

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