Minami-Hanna Road

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Minami-Hanna Road
南阪奈道路
Route information
Maintained by Osaka Prefecutural Road Public Corporation and West Nippon Expressway Company
Length: 16.9 km (10.5 mi)
Existed: 2004 – present
Major junctions
From: Mihara Junction
To: Katsuragi Interchange
Location
Major cities: Habikino, Taishi, Katsuragi
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
Taishi Toll Gate (For Mihara)

Minami-Hanna Road (南阪奈道路 Minami-Hanna Dōro?) is a national expressway in the Kinki region of Japan. It is owned and operated by Osaka Prefecutural Road Public Corporation and West Nippon Expressway Company.

Naming[edit]

Meihan is a kanji acronym of two characters. The first character represents Osaka (大) and the second character represents Nara (良). Minami (南) means south.

History[edit]

  • March 28, 2004 : Opened

Passage cities[edit]

Mihara-Ku, Sakai - Habikino - Mihara-Ku, Sakai - Habikino - Mihara-Ku, Sakai - Habikino - Taishi
Katsuragi

Interchanges and Junctions[edit]

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