Shin-Meishin Expressway

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Shin-Meishin Expressway sign

Shin-Meishin Expressway
新名神高速道路
Route information
Length 49.7 km[1] (30.9 mi)
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
Omi-Odori Bridge on Shin-Meishin Expressway

The Shin-Meishin Expressway (新名神高速道路, Shin Meishin Kōsokudōro) or simply Shin-Meishin for short is an expressway, linking Mie prefecture to Hyōgo Prefecture, which is partially open and partially under construction. The expressways current length as of February 2008 is 49.7 km.[2] It connects to the Isewangan Expressway.

Interchanges, junctions, service areas and parking areas[edit]

  • IC: interchange
  • SIC: smart interchange
  • JCT: junction
  • SA: service area
  • PA: parking area
  • BS: bus stop
  • TN: tunnel

Main Route[edit]

No. Name Connections Dist. from start (km) Bus stop Notes Location
Isewangan Expressway
(29-1) Yokkaichi JCT Japan road sign 325.svgHigashi-Meihan Expressway 0.0 Yokkaichi Mie Prefecture
1 Shin-Yokkaichi JCT Japan road sign 325.svgTokai-Kanjo Expressway 4.4
Komono IC Japanese National Route Sign 0477.svgNational Route 477 12.6 opening in 2018 Komono
Suzuka PA/SIC Suzuka
3 Kameyama-nishi JCT Japan road sign 325.svgKameyama Connection Route (to Higashi-Meihan Expressway) 27.8 tentative name Kameyama
TN Suzuka TN
Tsuchiyama SA/BS 38.3 S Koka Shiga Prefecture
4 Koka-Tsuchiyama IC Shiga Pref. Route 340 (Koka-Tsuchiyama Interchange Route) 41.3
5 Konan IC/PA Shiga Pref. Route 343 (Konan Interchange Route) 51.5
6 Shigaraki IC Shiga Pref. Route 341 (Shigaraki Interchange Route) 58.2
7 Otsu JCT Japan road sign 325.svgOtsu Connection Route (to Meishin Expressway) 69.8 tentative name Otsu
Otsu SA/Shin-Meishin-Otsu SIC opening in March 2024
Ujitawara IC Japanese National Route Sign 0307.svgNational Route 307 87.8 Ujitawara Kyoto Prefecture
Joyo SA Joyo
9 Joyo JCT/IC Japan road sign 325.svgKeinawa Expressway
Japanese National Route Sign 0024.svgNational Route 24 (Okubo Bypass)
94.9
10 Yawata-Kyotanabe JCT/IC Japan road sign 325.svgSecond Keihan Highway
Kyoto Pref. Route 284 (Yawata Interchange Route)
98.4 Yawata
opening in March 2024
11 Takatsuki JCT/IC Japan road sign 325.svgMeishin Expressway
Osaka Pref. Route 79 (Fushimi-Yanagitani-Takatsuki Route)
109.1 Takatsuki Osaka Prefecture
12 Ibaraki-Sendaiji IC/PA Osaka Pref. Route 1 (Ibaraki-Settsu Route) 119.0 Ibaraki
13 Minoh-Todoromi IC Japanese National Route Sign 0423.svgNational Route 423
Japan road sign 325.svgMinoh Toll Road
127.1 Minoh
14 Kawanishi IC Hyogo Pref. Route 721 (Kawanishi Interchange Route) 132.7 Kawanishi Hyogo Prefecture
Takarazuka-kita SA/SIC Takarazuka
(5-1) Kobe JCT Japan road sign 325.svgChugoku Expressway 149.6 Kita-ku, Kobe
Japan road sign 325.svgSanyo Expressway

Kameyama Connection Route[edit]

No. Name Connections Dist. from start (km) Notes Location
(32-1) Kameyama JCT Japan road sign 325.svgHigashi-Meihan Expressway 0.0 Kameyama, Mie Prefecture
3 Kameyama-nishi JCT Japan road sign 325.svgMain Route 5.3 tentative name

Otsu Connection Route[edit]

No. Name Connections Dist. from start (km) Notes Location
(30-1) Kusatsu JCT Japan road sign 325.svgMeishin Expressway 0.0 Kusatsu Shiga Prefecture
7-1 Kusatsu-Tanakami IC Shiga Pref. Route 342 (Kusatsu-Tanakami Interchange Route) 1.2
7 Otsu JCT Japan road sign 325.svgMain Route 3.6 tentative name Otsu

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