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Autostrada A19 (Italy)

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A19 Motorway
Autostrada A19
Palermo-Catania
Route information
Length: 199 km (124 mi)
History: Opened: 25 October 1970 – 4 February 1975
Major junctions
From: Palermo
To: Catania
Location
Regions: Sicily
Highway system
Autostrade of Italy
Enna's exit on the A19.

The Autostrada A19 is a 199 km (124 mi) motorway on the island of Sicily that links Palermo to Catania. The motorway from Palermo follows the Tyrrhenian coast esatwards for 46 km and then turns south to go over the Madonie mountains and across the centre of the island to descend into the plain of Catania.

The motorway is connected to the A20 Messina-Palermo and is linked to the A18 Catania-Messina by the RA15 (Catania's Ring Road-West).

Palermo - Catania

A19 PALERMO - CATANIA
Type Exit ↓km↓ ↑km↑ Province European Road
Palermo
R40
0,0 199,6 PA
Palermo Brancaccio
Zona Industriale
3,5 196,1 PA
Villabate - Ficarazzi
Catanese
5,5 194,1 PA
Bagheria 12,2 187,4 PA
Casteldaccia 15,2 184,4 PA
Altavilla Milicia 17,2 182,4 PA
Trabia 25,2 174,4 PA
Termini Imerese 31,2 168,4 PA
Area Servizio "Caracoli" 34,0 149,0 PA
Agglomerato Industriale 42,2 157,4 PA
Buonfornello - Termini Imerese est
Messina
46,0 153,6 PA
Area Servizio "Scillato" 55,0 138,0 PA
Scillato 62,0 137,6 PA
Tremonzelli - Castellana Sicula 79,0 120,6 PA
Resuttano 89,8 109,8 CL
Ponte Cinque Archi - Santa Caterina Villarmosa 103,2 96,4 CL
Caltanissetta 110,0 89,6 CL
Enna 126,5 73,1 EN
Area Servizio "Sacchitello" 131,0 75,0 EN
Mulinello - Leonforte, Valguarnera Caropepe, Assoro 136,2 63,4 EN
Dittaino
Zona Industriale
143,3 56,3 EN
Agira - Raddusa 149,6 50,0 EN
Catenanuova 164,0 35,6 EN
Gerbini Sferro - Paternò 178,2 21,4 CT
Motta Sant'Anastasia 189,6 10,0 CT
Area Servizio "Gelso Bianco" 195,0 4,0 CT
RA15 Catania's Ring Road
Messina/Syracuse
Catania-Fontanarossa Airport
Strada Statale 114 Orientale Sicula
199,6 0,0 CT
Catania Sud - "Zia Lisa"
Della Valle del Dittaino
-,- -,- CT
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