Route 3 (Nagoya Expressway)

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Japanese Urban Expwy Sign 0003.svg

Nagoya Expressway Route 3 Ōdaka Route
名古屋高速道路3号大高線
Route information
Length12.1 km[1] (7.5 mi)
Existed1979–present
Major junctions
FromTsurumai-minami Junction in Shōwa-ku, Nagoya
Nagoya Urban Expwy Sign R.svg Nagoya Expressway Ring Route
ToNagoya-minami Junction in Midori-ku, Nagoya
E23 Expressway (Japan).png Higashi-Meihan Expressway
Isewangan Expressway
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

Nagoya Expressway Route 3 Ōdaka Route (名古屋高速道路3号大高線, Nagoya Kōsokudōro Sangō Ōdakasen) is an urban expressway in Nagoya, Japan. It is a part of the Nagoya Expressway network and is owned and operated by Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation.

Overview[edit]

The first section was opened to traffic in 1979 (also the first segment of the entire Nagoya Expressway Network) and the entire route was completed in 1985.[2] The expressway is 4 lanes for its entire length.

The route originates from its junction with the Ring Route and extends southward. At its southern terminus it connects to the Isewangan Expressway and Chitahantō Road. Together with the Chitahantō Road, it forms the main road link connecting Chubu International Airport with central Nagoya.

Interchange list[edit]

No. Name Connections Notes Location
(all in Nagoya)
JCT Tsurumai-minami JCT Nagoya Urban Expwy Sign R.svg Nagoya Expressway Ring Route Shōwa-ku
301
311
Takatsuji Interchange 301 - South-bound entrance
311 - North-bound exit
302
312
Horida Interchange 302 - South-bound exit
312 - North-bound entrance
Mizuho-ku
303
313
Yobitsuki Interchange Japanese National Route Sign 0001.svg National Route 1 303 - South-bound entrance
313 - North-bound exit
304
314
Kasadera Interchange Japanese National Route Sign 0001.svg National Route 1 304 - South-bound exit
314 - North-bound entrance
Minami-ku
TB Hoshizaki Toll Gate North-bound only
315 Hoshizaki Entrance North-bound only
308
318
Ōdaka Interchange Japan road sign 325.svg Chitahantō Road
Japanese National Route Sign 0023.svg National Route 23 (Meishi Highway)
308 - South-bound exit
318 - North-bound entrance
Midori-ku
(5) Nagoya-minami JCT E23 Expressway (Japan).png Higashi-Meihan Expressway (Planned)
Isewangan Expressway

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nagoya Expressway Route Map". Retrieved 2008-04-18.
  2. ^ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. "History of the Expressway Network in the Greater Nagoya Area". Archived from the original on 2008-03-28. Retrieved 2008-04-17.

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