Nayong-Qinglong Expressway

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Nayong-Qinglong Expressway

by Live in Guizhou


Image Source: Xinhua News

The Nayong-Qinglong Expressway, under construction in Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, is a significant infrastructure project. Spanning 162.2 kilometers, this expressway, once completed, will facilitate travel at speeds up to 100 kilometers per hour.

The construction of this expressway includes notable structures like the Zangke River bridge, Liuzhi grand bridge, and Wumeng Mountain bridge, showcasing the advancement in engineering and infrastructure development in the region. This project highlights the ongoing efforts to improve transportation networks and promote economic growth in Guizhou Province.

The Nayong-Qinglong Expressway itself starts from the Zhaile Hub Interchange in Zhaile Town, Nayong County, and connects to the Qinglong-Xingyi section of the completed Nayong-Xingyi National Expressway. It spans a total length of about 162 kilometers. The expressway plays a crucial role in optimizing the regional road network and is expected to drive economic development along its route. The design of the expressway includes a two-way four-lane standard for most parts, with certain sections adopting a two-way six-lane standard, ensuring efficient and safe transportation.

This expressway is not only a testament to modern engineering and infrastructure development in Guizhou Province but also enhances the region’s economic prospects by improving connectivity between key areas.