Freeways in Iran

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Freeways Today
Freeways planned and under construction

The history of Freeways in Iran goes back to 35 years ago.[when?] The first freeway in Iran, Freeway 2 was built before the revolution, between Tehran and Karaj. The construction of Tehran-Qom Freeway was started and the studies of many freeways today started before the revolution. Today, Iran has about 1,900 kilometres (1,200 mi) of freeway.

Numbered List[edit]

Freeway 1[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road1.png Qazvin-Rasht

Freeway 2[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road2.png Mashhad-Baghche
Road2.png Baghche-Neyshabur Under construction
Road2.png Neyshabur-Semnan Under construction
Road2.png Semnan-Tehran Under construction
Road2.png Tehran-Karaj
Road2.png Karaj-Qazvin
Road2.png Qazvin-Zanjan
Road2.png Zanjan-Tabriz

Freeway 5[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road5.png Tehran-Saveh
Road5.png Saveh-Salafchegan
Road5.png Salafchegan-Arak Under construction
Road5.png Arak-Borujerd-Khorramabad Under construction
Road5.png Khorramabad-Pole Zal-Andimeshk Under construction
Road5.png Andimeshk-Ahvaz Under construction
Road5.png Ahvaz-Bandar Khomeini

Freeway 6[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road6.png Saveh-Hamadan Freeway

Freeway 7[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road7.png Tehran-Qom
Road7.png Qom-Kashan-Esfahan
Road7.png Esfahan Western Bypass

Freeway 9[edit]

Sign Name Situation
Road9.png Esfahan-Shahinshahr


Sign Name Situation
Esfahan Eastern Bypass Completed
Mashhad Northern bypass Completed
Kerman-Anar Planned
Kerman-Zahedan-Mirjaveh Planned
Mashhad-Bojnurd-Gorgan Under construction
Natanz-Sirjan Planned
Shiraz-Bushehr Planned
Shiraz-Esfahan Planned
Shiraz-Firuzabad-Jam Planned
Sirjan-Bandarabbas Planned
Tabriz-Orumieh Under construction
Tehran-Shomal Under construction
Zobahan Completed