Provincial Highway 68 (Taiwan)
|Maintained by Directorate General of Highways|
|Length:||22.6 km (14.0 mi)|
|West end:||PH 15 in North District, Hsinchu City|
|East end:||PH 3 in Zhudong, Hsinchu County|
The total length is 22.6 km.
|Hsinchu City||North District||1.1||0.68||1||Nanliao||PH 15|
|5.0||3.1||5||Hsinchu 1||Wuling Rd.|
|East District||7.5||4.7||7||Hsinchu 2||PH 1 – Zhubei, Hsinchu City|
|9.7||6.0||9||Zhuke||CR 117 – Zhubei, Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park|
|Hsinchu County||Qionglin||15.8||9.8||15||Qionglin||To CR 115 / CR 120 / CR 122 – Qionglin, Erchongpu|
|Zhudong||18.7||11.6||18||Zhudong||PH 68a – Zhudong|
|23.5||14.6||23||PH 3 – Hengshan, Beipu|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Major Cities Along the Route
Intersections with other Freeways and Expressways
There is a branch line (No. 68A) connecting Zhaoyang Road (County Highway No. 123) in Zhudong, Hsinchu.
The first section (Hsinchu Science Park IC. - Qionglin IC.) completed in 1999.
A trial program to allow a motorcycle with a cylinder capacity of more than 250 cm3 or with an electric power of more than 40 horsepowers was started in January 2005 for one year. This trial program was extended for one year.
- "Expressway Mileage Chart" (in Chinese). Directorate General of Highways, MOTC. Retrieved October 2, 2015.
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