The Tokyo Expressway (東京高速道路 Tōkyō Kōsoku Dōro?), also known as the KK Expressway, is a short (2 km) untolled expressway in central Tokyo that is owned and maintained by Tokyo Kōsoku Dōro K.K. It runs in a semicircular loop around the Ginza district of Chūō-ku. The loop is closed by part of the Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route.
|Chūō-ku||Shiodome JCT||Route C1 to Haneda||access to C1 outer loop and from C1 inner loop only|
|Chūō-ku||Shimbashi||Ginza-8||southbound exit/northbound entrance|
|Chūō-ku||Dobashi||northbound entrance only|
|Chūō-ku||Nishi-ginza JCT||Yaesu Route to Kita-ikebukuro||access from northbound only|
|Chūō-ku||Nishi-ginza||southbound entrance only|
|Chūō-ku||Shin-kyobashi||Kyobashi-3||northbound exit only|
|Chūō-ku||Higashi-ginza||Ginza-1 (Ginza-dori)||southbound exit only|
|Chūō-ku||Kyobashi JCT||Route C1 to Ueno||access to C1 inner loop and from C1 outer loop only|
- The 0.3 km segment between Shiodome Junction and the Shimbashi exit is technically part of the Shuto Expressway system (designated as part of the Yaesu Route).
- The 0.1 km segment between Kyobashi Junction and the Higashi-ginza exit is also part of the Shuto Expressway system and is designated as a branch line of the Inner Circular Route (Planning Route No. 8)
- Official web site (Japanese)
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