Freeway 2 (Taiwan)

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Freeway 2
Taoyuan Inner Beltway
Route information
Maintained by Taiwan Area National Freeway Bureau
Length: 20.4 km[1] (12.7 mi)
Existed: August 24, 1997 – present
Major junctions
West end: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Dayuan
  PH 31 in Luzhu
Fwy. 1 in Taoyuan District
East end: Fwy. 3 in Yingge
Highway system

Highway system in Taiwan

Fwy. 1 Fwy. 3
Freeway 2 at Dazhu Interchange

Freeway No. 2 (Chinese: 國道二號) is a freeway, which begins from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in Dayuan District, Taoyuan City and ends in Yingge at the junction with Freeway No. 3 in Taiwan. It is 20.4 kilometres (12.7 mi) long.

Major cities along the route[edit]

Exit list[edit]

County Location km[2] mi Exit Name Destinations Notes
Taoyuan City Dayuan 0.0 0.0 Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
0.9 0.56 1 Dayuan CR 110 (Zhongzheng East Road) – Dayuan
Luzhu 5.0 3.1 5 Dazhu PH 31 (Nanqing Road) – Luzhu, Qingpu
Taoyuan District 9.2[3] 5.7 8 Airport System Fwy. 1 – Taipei, Linkou, Zhongli, Hukou
11.6 7.2 11 South Taoyuan Taoyuan District
Bade 18.5 11.5 18 Danan CR 110B (Fude First Road) – Yingge, Bade
New Taipei City Yingge 20.4 12.7 Yingge System Fwy. 3 – Taipei, Daxi
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


The lanes in each direction are listed below.

  • 3 lanes:
    • Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Top – Danan interchange
  • 2 lanes:
    • Danan interchange – Yingge junction


The 8.6-kilometre (5.3 mi) section between the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (previously named as Chiang Kai-shek International Airport) and Freeway No. 1 was originated designated as No. 1A, a branch of Freeway No. 1. When the road was extended to Yingge to connect Freeway No. 3 in 1997, the entire route was renumbered as Freeway No. 2.

Dazhu Interchange was completed in January 2006. This interchange provides an easy access to the Taoyuan High Speed Rail station.

See also[edit]


External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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