Tsing Kwai Highway

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Tsing Kwai Highway
Tsing Kwai Highway 青葵公路 s.jpg

Tsing Kwai Highway (Chinese: 青葵公路; pinyin: Qīngkuí Gōnglù; Cantonese Yale: ching1 kwai4 gung1 lou6) is a section of Route 3 in Hong Kong, previously known as Route 3 - Kwai Chung Section. From its junction with West Kowloon Highway at Mei Foo Roundabout, the expressway runs in the form of a 3 km dual-4 lane viaduct atop Kwai Chung Road and Kwai Tai Road, circumscribing the container terminals to reach the Rambler Channel. Then, the highway crosses the channel along a 500 m bridge known as Cheung Tsing Bridge (or Rambler Channel Bridge), and ends at its junction with the Cheung Ching Tunnel. Tsing Kwai Highway was opened on 19 February 1997.

See also[edit]

Other highways in Kowloon and New Territories:

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 22°20′31″N 114°07′38″E / 22.3419°N 114.1272°E / 22.3419; 114.1272

Preceded by
West Kowloon Highway
Hong Kong Route 3
HK Route3.svg
Tsing Kwai Highway
Succeeded by
Cheung Tsing Highway