|Toll barrier at the northern entrance of Cadí Tunnel.|
|Location||Cerdanya and Berguedà, Catalonia, Spain|
|End||Guardiola de Berguedà, Berguedà
|Opened||October 30, 1984|
|Vehicles per day||6679 (2010)|
Cadí Tunnel (Catalan and Spanish: Túnel del Cadí) is a toll road tunnel in Catalonia, Spain, connecting the comarques of Cerdanya and Berguedà. The tunnel, with a length of 5 kilometers, is part of the C-16 highway and E-9, running under the Serra de Moixeró mountain range in the Pre-Pyrenees. It is erroneously named for the Serra del Cadí mountain range, located nearby and, along with the Serra de Moixeró, part of the Cadí-Moixeró Natural Park.
- "Abertis vende el 37,2% del túnel del Cadí a la Generalitat" (in Spanish). Cinco Días. 30 December 2011. Retrieved 10 February 2012.
- "Un túnel hacia los Pirineos" (in Spanish). El País. 3 October 1984. Retrieved 10 February 2012.
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