A3 motorway (Belgium)

The A3 is a Belgian motorway (mainly classified as the E40) extending from the east of Brussels (Boulevard Reyers), through Leuven, onwards to Liège. Just past the ring of Liège, the motorway continues to Verviers, Eupen and the German border.

Route information
Part of E 25 E 40 E 42
Maintained by the Roads and Traffic Agency of the Brussels-Capital Region, Flemish government and Walloon Government
Length134 km (83 mi)
Major junctions
West end R21 / N23 in Brussels
  19 Evere N294

20 Kraainem R22
Sint.-Stevens-Woluwe junction R0
21 Steenokkerzeel/Sterrebeek N227
22 Tervuren N3
Leuven junction E 314 / A2
23 Haasrode-Blanden/Waver N25
24 Boutersem N234
25 Tienen N29
26 Jodoigne/Orp-Jauche N222 / N279
27 Huy/Lincent N64
28 Hannuit/St-Truiden N80
28a Geer N615
29 Waremme N69
30 St-Georges-s/M N614
Loncin junction E 25 / A602 / E 42 / A15
32 Alleur
33 Rocourt/Tongres N20
Vottem junction E 313 / A13 / N655
A601 / E 313 / A13
34 Hermée
35 Oupeye N671
Cheratte junction E 25 / A25
36 Blégny N604 / N642
37 Herve N3
Battice junction E 42 / A27 / N3 / N648
37bis Thimister-Clermont
38 Eupen/Welkenraedt N67
39 Aachen-Sud/Eynatten N68

40 Lichtenbusch
East end A 44 at German border near Aachen
Highway system
Motorways in Belgium

The section between Liège (intersection of Hauts-Sarts) and the German border is part of the King Baudouin Motorway (Baldwin König Autobahn in German and Koning Boudewijnsnelweg in Dutch). Crossing the Hesbaye (French) or Haspengouw (Dutch), the Walloon section between Leuven and Liège is named the Hesbignonne.


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