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Longchang expressway is expected to be completed in August 2006.

Longchang expressway is expected to be completed in August 2006.

China Construction machinery information

in June, 168million yuan was raised through stock issuance. On the 23rd, it was learned from the Fujian Provincial Department of communications that Longchang expressway will be completed in August and is expected to be completed and opened to traffic in 2006. By then, it will take only one and a half hours from Longyan to Changting, which is half the current three hours

it is reported that Longchang expressway is an important section of Xiamen Kunming Highway, the national key highway trunk line. The expressway starts from Longmen Town, Longyan, passes through Xiaochi, Jiaoyang, Xinquan, Hetian and Changting, and ends at ailing, an ancient city in Changting County at the junction of Fujian and Jiangxi. The total length of the expressway is 135.199 kilometers, and the estimated investment is 6.137.9 billion yuan. The whole line is constructed according to the standard of four lane expressway, with a design driving speed of 80 km/h. seven interchanges are set up, including Longmen, Gutian, Jiaoyang, Xinquan, tufang, Hetian and Changting, and the ancient city interchange is reserved

the road is connected with Zhanglong Expressway in the East and leads directly to Xiamen; The first-class public in the West and Jiangxi welcome Ningbo citizens to the exhibition site to experience the road (about 16 kilometers from Ruijin Nancheng to ailing section); It is connected with Meizhou and Shantou in Guangdong in the south. The road is an important part of the "three vertical and four horizontal" expressway trunk line in Fujian Province, and it is also an important traffic trunk line from inland areas such as Jiangxi to the southeast coastal areas of Fujian. The completion of the road will enhance the economic radiation capacity of the developed coastal areas to the inland hinterland and promote "mountain sea cooperation"

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