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|Length||8.7 km (5.4 mi)|
|North end|| Chamran Expressway|
|South end||Haft-e Tir Square|
|Highways in Iran|
Modarres Expressway (Persian: بزرگراه مدرس), prior to 1979 Iranian Revolution known as the Shahanshahi Expressway (Persian: بزرگراه شاهنشاهی; English: Imperial Expressway) is an expressway in Tehran. It starts from north of Tehran at the end of Chamran Expressway in Elahiyeh and goes south and ends in Haft-e Tir Square. It is named after Hassan Modarres.