Chūbu-Ōdan Expressway

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Route information
Existed: 2002[1] – present
Major junctions
From: Yoshiwara Junction in Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka
Japan road sign 325.svg New Tōmei Expressway
To: Saku Junction in Saku, Nagano
Japan road sign 325.svg Jōshin-etsu Expressway
Location
Major cities: Minami-Alps, Kai, Hokuto
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

The Chūbu-Ōdan Expressway (中部横断自動車道 Chūbu Ōdan Jidōsha-dō?) is a planned national expressway in Japan. It is managed by East Nippon Expressway Company and Central Nippon Expressway Company.

Overview[edit]

The expressway is planned to commence in the city of Shizuoka and terminate in Saku, Nagano[2] The route crosses (Ōdan) the mountainous Chūbu region, connecting Shizuoka, Yamanashi, and Nagano prefectures. Together with the Jōshin-etsu Expressway, the route forms a link connecting the coastline of the Japan Sea with that of the Pacific Ocean.

As of March 2008 most of the route is either under construction or still in the planning stages. Most of the incomplete areas will be built according to the New Direct Control System,[1][3] whereby the financial burden for construction will be shared by both national and local governments and will be operated as toll-free roads upon completion.

List of interchanges and features[edit]

No. Name Connections Dist. from
Origin
Dist. from
Terminus
Bus Stop Notes Location
(<9>) Yoshiwara JCT Japan road sign 325.svgNew Tōmei Expressway Opens in 2017 Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka Shizuoka
<TB> Tomizawa Toll Plaza Opens in 2017 Nanbu Yamanashi
<1> Tomizawa IC Opens in 2017
<2> Nanbu IC Planned
New Direct Control System
<3> Minobu IC Pref. Route 9 (Ichikawamisato Minobu Route) Planned
New Direct Control System
Minobu
<PA> Minobu PA Planned
New Direct Control System
<4> Rokugō IC Pref. Route 9 (Ichikawamisato Minobu Route) Opens in 2018 Ichikawamisato
<TB> Masuho Toll Plaza Opens in 2018 Fujikawa
5
<PA>
Masuho IC/PA Japanese National Route Sign 0052.svg National Route 52 (Kōsai Road) 0.0 16.0 PA Opens in 2018
TB Minami-Alps Toll Plaza Temporary - Closes in 2018 Minami-Alps
6 Minami-Alps IC Pref. Route 12 (Nirasaki Minami-Alps Chūō Route) 6.2 9.8
7 Shirane IC Pref. Route 39 (Imasuwa Kitamura Route) 9.2 6.8
(15-1) Futaba JCT Japan road sign 325.svg Chūō Expressway 16.0 0.0 Kai
Concurrent with Japan road sign 325.svg Chūō Expressway
(<17-2>) Nagasaka JCT Japan road sign 325.svg Chūō Expressway Planned Hokuto Yamanashi
<8> Takane IC Planned
<9> Minamimaki IC Planned Minamimaki Nagano
<10> Koumi IC Planned Koumi
<11> Yachiho IC Japanese National Route Sign 0299.svg National Route 299 Planned
New Direct Control System
Sakuho
<12> Sakumachi IC Planned
New Direct Control System
<13> Usuda IC Pref. Route 121 (Kamiotagiri Usuda Teishajō Route) Planned
New Direct Control System
Saku
<14> Saku-minami IC Japanese National Route Sign 0142.svg National Route 142 Opens in 2010
New Direct Control System
<15> Nakasabe IC Opens in 2010
New Direct Control System
<16> Route 141 IC Japanese National Route Sign 0141.svg National Route 141 Opens in 2010
New Direct Control System
<TB> Saku-kita Toll Plaza Opens in 2010
(<7-1>) Saku JCT Japan road sign 325.svg Jōshin-etsu Expressway Opens in 2010

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Yamanashi Prefecture Website". Archived from the original on 2008-03-17. Retrieved 2008-04-17. 
  2. ^ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. "High Standard Trunk Road Map" (pdf). Retrieved 2008-04-13. 
  3. ^ "E-NEXCO Planned Routes". Retrieved 2008-04-14. 

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