G60 Shanghai–Kunming Expressway

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Shanghai–Kunming Expressway

上海-昆明高速公路

Hukun Expressway
沪昆高速公路
A rural section of the Shanghai–Kunming Expressway in Xinhuang Dong Autonomous County, in the province of Hunan
Route information
Part of AH3
Length: 2,360 km[1] (1,470 mi)
Major junctions
East end: S20 Outer Ring Expressway, S4 Hujin Expressway and Humin Elevated Road, Minhang District, Shanghai
West end: 2nd Ring Road, Kunming, Yunnan
Highway system
Transport in China
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The Shanghai–Kunming Expressway (Chinese: 上海—昆明高速公路), commonly referred to as the Hukun Expressway (Chinese: 沪昆高速公路) is an expressway that connects the cities of Shanghai, China, and Kunming, Yunnan. It is 2,360 km (1,470 mi) in length. The entire route forms part of Asian Highway 3.

Route[1][edit]

Shanghai[edit]

The Shanghai portion of the Shanghai–Kunming Expressway was originally designated A8 by the municipal government and was also known as the Shanghai–Hangzhou Expressway. In Shanghai, the Shanghai–Kunming Expressway is a concurrency for its entire length with G92 Hangzhou Bay Ring Expressway.

Zhejiang[edit]

The Zhejiang portion of the expressway runs from the Shanghai border to the Jiangxi border, passing through the cities of Hangzhou, Jinhua, and Quzhou.

Jiangxi[edit]

The Jiangxi portion of the expressway passes through the cities of Shangrao, Nanchang, Yichun, and Pingxiang.

Hunan[edit]

The Hunan section of the expressway passes through the cities of Zhuzhou, Shaoyang, and Huaihua.

Guizhou[edit]

Yunnan[edit]

In Yunnan Province, the expressway passes through the city of Qujing before terminating in Kunming.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b G60 沪昆高速 (Chinese)