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Old July 13th, 2013, 11:37 AM   #2441
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http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/银百高速公路

Chinese Wikipedia has an article about G69, an unconstructed national expressway that would run from Yinchuan to Baise. Parts of it would run fairly close to the Lanhai Expressway (G75), bypassing most larger cities. It would pass west of Xi'an, east of Chongqing and east of Guiyang, possibly extending to Hanoi in Vietnam.

I drew a rough path on Google Maps.
It may be one of the new expressways approved recently with the revision of the national expressway system. Until now and besides G11 all N-S expressways were Gx5.

Heck, there is also G59 from Huhehaote (aka Hohhot) to Beihai: http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%91%...85%AC%E8%B7%AF.
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Old July 13th, 2013, 11:56 AM   #2442
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I just read on the Dutch news site of the 'AD' that China is going to build a 123 km long tunnel between Yantai and Dalian, east of Beijing. Does anyone have any info on this?
That project has been announced a couple of times. It would link both segments of the G15 National Expressway. It has also been suggested as a bridge connection. It would dwarf all existing road and rail tunnels. I suppose it's technically feasible, the Bohai Sea is not very deep. The reason why no other tunnels this long have been constructed is its incredible cost. There is no way you can recover such a project through tolls.
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Old July 14th, 2013, 09:46 AM   #2443
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This is a new highway on the latest National 2013~2030 Highway Planning. Based on the new planning the total highway length will reach 118,000km by year 2030. I guess the real KMs will be much bigger than the planning by 2030.

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http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/银百高速公路

Chinese Wikipedia has an article about G69, an unconstructed national expressway that would run from Yinchuan to Baise. Parts of it would run fairly close to the Lanhai Expressway (G75), bypassing most larger cities. It would pass west of Xi'an, east of Chongqing and east of Guiyang, possibly extending to Hanoi in Vietnam.

I drew a rough path on Google Maps.
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Old July 14th, 2013, 09:59 AM   #2444
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That project has been announced a couple of times. It would link both segments of the G15 National Expressway. It has also been suggested as a bridge connection. It would dwarf all existing road and rail tunnels. I suppose it's technically feasible, the Bohai Sea is not very deep. The reason why no other tunnels this long have been constructed is its incredible cost. There is no way you can recover such a project through tolls.
This time it's a rail link. The detailed plan will be completed soon and submitted for approval.
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Old July 14th, 2013, 11:56 AM   #2445
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Apart from G59 and G69 I discovered last night there is a North extension of G85 in the plans. Here are some rough descriptions of the routes.

G59 Hubei (呼北, not 湖北) expressway. Starts in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia at G0601, follows G209 to Horinger and then S210 to Shanxi border. Replaces current S30 to Youyu, then continues along S241 to Shuozhou. Continues on S206 and S305 to Wuzhai. From there continues along G209 across the remainder of Shanxi and all of Henan, including the existing Hejin-Yuncheng and Lingbao-Lushi expressways (And thus crossing the Yellow river West of Sanmenxia), to Fangxian in Hubei (湖北, not 呼北 ). Continues on S305 and S223 to Yichang, and then S225 to Hunan border. New route to Cili, then replaces G5513 (From now Changci expressway) to Zhangjiajie. New route to Anhua and then Xinhua, then continues on S219, S220 and S218 to Guangxi border. New route to Quanzhou, then S201 to Lipu, continues on G321 and S211 to Yulin and finally S216 to G75 East of Beihai. Fun fact: The "bei" (North) end is actually the Southern terminus.

G69 Yinbai expressway. Starts in Yinchuan, Ningxia, follows G211 across Gansu to Xi'an, capital of Sha(a)nxi. From there, it overlaps existing G65 to Ankang, new route to Chongqing border. Follows S202 (probably incorporating existing Wanzhou-Kaixian expressway) to Wanzhou, S103 to Fuling, and S303 and S104 to Guiyang border. Then, it follows S207 to Suiyang, new route East of G75 to Kaiyang and S204 to Guiyang. Continuing South, it follows S101 to Luodian, new route to Guangxi border and finally S206 to Baise. It may be extended over S210 to Vietnam border.

G85, renamed to Yinkun expressway from Yukun expressway. Northern extension, starts in Yinchuan overlaping with G69 over G211, then splits and follows S203 across Ningxia to Pinglian, Gansu. Continues on S304 and over existing Baodi-Gansu border expressway to Baodi, Sha(a)nxi. Follows S210, G316 and S211 to Sichuan border, continues on S101 to Bazhou, then on a new route to Guang'an. Continues on S203 and S110 to Chongqing. South of this point, G85 already exists. IMO, G85 should replace G8511 to Laos border. With the new extension, G85 will enter Sichuan twice. Is a nice coincidence that G85 crosses G75, like I-85 does with I-75 in the USA, both pairs have the same numbers.
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Old July 16th, 2013, 12:22 AM   #2446
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In addition to that, it seems that G7 Jingxin expressway won't end on G30 East of Kumul (Hami) after its trek through nowhere, instead it will run to Yiwu from where it will follow S302, S303 and existing Tuwuda expressway to end in G3001 in Urumqi.
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Old July 19th, 2013, 12:40 AM   #2447
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I came across this map: http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Ch...ay_Network.svg. It is just insane what they are planning! In addition to G59, G69 and the extensions of G7 and G85 they are planning a ton of new expressways. Many of them are existing Sxx provincial expressways that get upgraded to national expressways.
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Old July 19th, 2013, 05:50 AM   #2448
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Thanks for sharing. This is the first new planning map I've seen. Do you know what the different colors mean on the map?
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Red lines are the seven expressways that radiate out of Beijing. Green lines are North-South expressways (Notice one of them, G45, going through Beijing). Blue lines are East-West expressways. And finally, gold (or maybe brownish) lines are other expressways, including the various regional rings. I'm awaiting for the numbering to come out, I know those of the old plan but I have some hints about a G5012 and a crazy-numbered G4W2. Oh, and dashed lines are long-term planned expressways, including G6 between Golmud and Lhasa and G7 from East of where it was originally planned to end at G30 to Urumqi.

I'm surprised not to see G99, the theoretical Taiwan ring, on that map.
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Old July 31st, 2013, 12:35 AM   #2450
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A 44 kilometer segment of the Lianhuo Expressway opened to traffic in Gansu, western China. This segment runs at circa 3000 meters altitude and has several tunnels. The opened segment is in the vicinity of Gulang and replaces the G312 for through traffic. The newly opened segment is circa 140 kilometers northwest of the city of Lanzhou.
Ah, I thought that section was already open. I then believed the G30 is now complete, but a quick zoom on (old) Google Maps shows the Turpan bypass still missing.

I have been analyzing the new highway plan that came along the expressway one. Here is easy to guess which numbers will have those roads, as they are sequential. It will reach as high as G248 and G361, but G226 and G313 are missing, the former was transferred to Yunnan province (But now coming back to National Highway) and the later had its Xinjiang section cancelled and the Gansu section is now provincial. Now I believe G99 has been removed due to obvious reasons, as they have slipped onto the Chinese Wikipedia a G244 and a G245 and due to the location of these roads in the new plan list this only could be done by moving the (also theoretical, as it was another ring around Taiwan) G228 to the mainland. While I was going through it I confused 湄洲 with 梅州 (Both are transliterated as Meizhou), thinking that the highway would start in Guangdong instead of Fujian.
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Ah, I thought that section was already open. I then believed the G30 is now complete, but a quick zoom on (old) Google Maps shows the Turpan bypass still missing.
I thought so as well, because maps indicated G312 as an expressway. It is a 4-lane road, but it's probably not divided and may not have complete access control.
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That must be the last section of G30 then? Is it complete now?
Nope, see above.

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A 97 kilometer segment of the Fuying Expressway opens to traffic in Liaoning province. It stretches from Fuxin to G1/G16 near Panjin. It is basically a direct northward extension of G16. Another stretch of S21 is located further south near Yingkou.
It won't last for long as S21. It is included in the revised national plan, and it will receive a new number soon. Maybe G1611?
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Expressways opened since late June 2013

6.25 Longquan-Qingyuan expressway 龙庆高速 G25, Zhejiang Province
54.764km, 1.57 bln yuan

6.28 Zhunyi-Meitan Expressway 遵湄高速 G56, Guizhou Province
56km

6.28 Daxing-Sinan Expressway, 大思高速 G56, Guizhou Province
151.4km, 13.53 bln yuan

6.29 Bijie-Weining expressway 毕威高速 H2, Guizhou Province
125.504km, 8.977 bln yuan

7.3 Ningbo Airport Expressway south extension, Zhejiang Province
4.43km, 1.3 bln yuan

7.9 Meitan-Fenggan Expressway 湄潭至凤冈高速 G56, Guizhou Province
36km

7.24 Kaiyuan-Mengzi section of Suolongsi-Megzi Expressway 锁蒙高速 GZ40, Yunnan Province
46.3km

7.30 Anmen-Gulang section of G30 Lianyungang-Khorgas Expressway, Gansu Province
42.833km, including 5 tunnels, tunnel length 21.9km

7.31 Fuxin-Panjin Expressway S21, Liaoning Province
95.476km

7.31 last section of Shenyang Ring Road G1501, Liaoning Province
81.88km, 1.2 bln yuan


G56 Zhunyi-Meitan sections opened on June 28

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An update to the map I linked in post #2445 has leaked the numbering of all expressways included in the new plan. No new Gxx14 are included due to "four" being pronounced almost exactly as "death", though G1514 and G3014 are allowed to retain their numbers. Here is the whole plan:
G1 Jingha: Beijing-Harbin
- G1N Jingqin: Beijing-Qinhuangdao
- G0111 Qinbin: Qinhuangdao-Binzhou
G2 Jinghu: Beijing-Shanghai
- G0211: Tianjin-Shijiazhuang
G3 Jingtai (Jingfu): Beijing-Fuzhou (-Taipei)
- G3W Deshang: Dezhou-Shangrao
G4 Jinggang'ao: Beijing-Hong Kong
- G4E Wushen: Wuhan-Shenzhen (It will run West of G4 between Wuhan and Xianning)
- G4W Guang'ao: Guangzhou-Macau
- G4W2 Xuguang: Xuchang-Guangzhou
- G4W3 Yiguang: Yizhang-Guangzhou (It will run East of G4 between Yizhang and Shaoguan)
G5 Jingkun: Beijing-Kunming
- G0511 Dedu: Deyang-Dujiangyan
- G0512 Chengle: Chengdu-Leshan
G6 Jingzang: Beijing-Lhasa
- G0611 Zhangwen: Zhangye-Wenchuan
- G0612 Xihe: Xining-Hotan
- G0613 Xili: Xining-Lijiang
- G0615 Dema: Delhi-Barkam
G7 Jingxin: Beijing-Urumqi
- G0711 Wuruo: Urumqi-Ruoqiang
G10 Suiman: Suifenhe, border with Rusia-Manzhouli, border with... Russia
- G1011 Hatong: Harbin-Tongjiang, border with Russia.
- G1012 Jianhei: Jiansanhe (South of Tongjiang)-Heixiazi (East of Fuyuan), border with Russia
- G1013 Haizhang: Hailar-Zhangjiakou
- G1015 Tieke: Tieli-Horqin Right Middle Banner
G11 Heda: Hegang-Dalian
- G1111 Heha: Hegang-Harbin
- G1112 Jishuang: Ji'an, border with North Korea-Shuangliao
- G1113 Danfu: Dandong, border with North Korea-Fuxin
G12 Hunwu: Hunchun, border with Russia-Ulanhot
- G12S Yanchang: Yanbian-Changchun
- G1211 Jihei: Jilin-Heihe, border with Russia
- G1212 Shenji: Shenyang-Jilin
- G1213 Beimo: Bei'an-Mohe
- G1215 Songchang: Songjiang-Mount Changbai
- G1216 Wu'a: Ulanhot-Arxan
G15 Shenhai: Shenyang-Haikou
- G15W Changtai: Changshu-Taizhou
- G15W2 Changjia: Changshu-Jiaxing
- G15W3 Yongguan: Ningbo-Dongguan (It will run East of G15 for the most part between Ningbo and Fuzhou)
- G1511 Rilan: Rizhao-Lankao
- G1512 Yongjin: Ningbo-Jinhua
- G1513 Wenli: Wenzhou-Lishui
- G1514 Ningshang: Ningde-Shangrao
- G1515 Yanjing: Yancheng-Jingjiang
- G1516 Yanluo: Yancheng-Luoyang
- G1517 Puyan: Putian-Yanling
G16 Danxi: Dandong-Xilinhot
- G1611 Kecheng: Hexigten-Chengde
G18 Rongwu: Rongcheng-Wuhai
- G1811 Huangshi: Huanghuagang-Shijiazhuang
- G1812 Cangyu: Cangzhou-Yulin
- G1813 Weiqing: Weihai-Qingdao
- G1815 Weiri: Weifang-Rizhao
- G1816 Wuma: Wuhai-Maqen
- G1817 Wuyin: Wuhai-Yinchuan
G20 Qingyin: Qingdao-Yinchuan
- G2011 Qingxin: Qingdao-Xinhe
- G2012 Dingwu: Dingbian-Wuwei
G22 Qinglan: Qingdao-Lanzhou
- G2211 Changyan: Changzhi-Yan'an
G25 Changshen: Changchun-Shenzhen
- G2511 Xinlu: Xinmin-Jarud Banner
- G2512 Fujin: Fuxin-Jinzhou
- G2513 Huaixu: Huai'an-Xuzhou
- G2515 Luhuo: Jarud Banner-Holin Gol
- G2516 Donglv: Dongying-Lvliang
- G2517 Shaxia: Sha county-Xiamen
- G2518 Shencen: Shenzhen-Cenxi
G30 Lianhuo: Lianyungang-Horgos, border with Kazakhstan
- G30N Linxing: Lintong-Xingping (Northern outer Xi'an bypass)
- G3011 Liuge: Liuyuan-Golmud
- G3012 Tuhe: Turpan-Hotan
- G3013 Kayi: Kashgar-Irkhestam, border with Kyrgyzstan
- G3014 Kui'a: Kuytun-Altai
- G3015 Kuita: Kuytun-Tacheng, border with Kazakhstan
- G3016 Qingyi: Qingsuihe-Yining
- G3017 Wujin: Wuwei-Jinchang
- G3018 Jing'a: Jinghe-Ala mountain pass, border with Kazakhstan
- G3019 Bo'a: Bole-Ala mountain pass
G35 Jiguang: Jinan-Guangzhou
- G3511 Hebao: Heze-Baoji
G36 Ningluo: Nanjing-Luoyang
G40 Hushaan: Shanghai-Xi'an
- G4011 Yangli: Yangzhou-Liyang
- G4012 Lining: Liyang-Ningde
G42 Hurong: Shanghai-Chengdu
- G42S Huwu: Shanghai-Wuhan (It will run North of G42 between Shanghai and Changzhou)
- G4211 Ningwu: Nanjing-Wuhu
- G4212 He'an: Hefei-Anqing
- G4213 Ma'an: Macheng-Ankang
- G4215 Chengzun: Chengdu-Zunyi
- G4216 Chengli: Chengdu-Lijiang
- G4217 Chengchang: Chengdu-Qamdo
- G4218 Yaye: Ya'an-Kargilik (It doesn't connect to G42!)
- G4219 Qune: Qx-Nedong
G45 Daguang: Daqing-Guangzhou
- G4511 Longhe: Longnan-Heyuan
- G4512 Shuangnen: Shuangliao-Nenjiang
- G4513 Naiying: Naiman banner-Yingkou
- G4515 Chisui: Chifeng-Suizhong
G50 Huyu: Shanghai-Chongqing
- G50S Shiyu: Shizu-Chongqing
- G5011 Wuhe: Wuhu-Hefei
- G5012 Enguang: Enshi-Guangyuan
- G5013 Yucheng: Chongqing-Chengdu
G55 Erguang: Erenhot, border with Mongolia-Guangzhou
- G5511 Ji'a: Jining-Arun
- G5512 Jinxin: Jincheng-Xinxiang
- G5513 Changzhang: Changsha-Zhangjiajie
- G5515 Zhangnan: Zhangjiajie-Nanchong
- G5516 Suzhang: Sonid Right Banner-Zhangjiakou
G56 Hangrui: Hangzhou-Ruili, border with Burma
- G5611 Dali: Dali-Lijiang
- G5612 Dalin: Dali-Lincang
- G5613 Baolu: Baoshan-Lushui
- G5615 Tianhou: Tianbao, border with Vietnam-Houqiao, border with Burma
G59 Hubei: Hohhot-Beihai
G60 Hukun: Shanghai-Kunming
- G60N Hangchang: Hangzhou-Changsha
- G6011 Changshao: Nanchang-Shaoguan
G65 Baomao: Baotou-Maoming
- G65E Yulan: Yulin-Lantian
- G6511 Wuliu: Wuzhou-Liuzhou
G69 Yinbai: Yinchuan-Baise, border with Vietnam
- G6911 Anlai: Ankang-Laifeng
G70 Fuyin: Fuzhou-Yinchuan
- G7011 Shitian: Shiyan-Tianshui
G72 Quannan: Quanzhou-Nanning
- G7211 Nanyou: Nanning-Youyiguan, border with Vietnam
- G7212 Liubei: Liuzhou-Beihai
G75 Lanhai: Lanzhou-Haikou
- G7511 Qindong: Qinzhou-Donxing, border with Vietnam
G76 Xiarong: Xiamen-Chengdu
- G7611 Duxiang: Duyun-Shangri La
- G7612 Naxing: Nayong-Xingyi
G78 Shankun: Shantou-Kunming
G80 Guangkun: Guangzhou-Kunming
- G8011 Kaihe: Kaiyuan-Hekou, border with Vietnam
- G8012 Michu: Mile-Chuxiong
- G8013 Yanwen: Yanshan-Wenshan
G85 Yinkun: Yinchuan-Kunming
- G8511 Kunmo: Kunming-Mohan, border with Laos
- G8512 Jingda: Jinghong-Daluo, border with Burma
- G8513 Pingmian: Pingling-Mianyang
- G8515 Guanglu: Guang'an-Luzhou
G91 Liaozhong ring: Xinmin-Liaoyang-Benxi-Fushun-Xinmin
- G9111 Benji: Benxi-Ji'an
G92 Hangzhou bay ring: Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo
- G92N Hangyong: Hangzhou-Ningbo
- G9211 Yongzhou: Ningbo-Zhoushan
G93 Chengyu ring: Ya'an-Chongqing-Mianyang
G94 Pearl river delta ring: Hong Kong-Zengcheng-Jiangmen-Macau-Hong Kong
- G9411 Guanfo: Dongguan-Foshan
G95 Capital ring: Chengde-Laishui-Zhangjiakou-Chengde
- G9511 Lailai: Laishui-Laifeng
G98 Hainan ring: Haikou-Qionghai-Sanya-Yangpu-Haikou
- G9811 Haisan: Haikou-Sanya
- G9812 Haiqiong: Haikou-Qionghai
- G9813 Wanyang: Wanning-Yangpu

This is still subject to change.
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12 September 2013

A 91 kilometer segment of the G93 Chengyu Ring Expressway opened to traffic in Sichuan province. It runs from Jiajiang to Ya'an, south of Chengdu. G93 is a regional ring road with a planned length of 1057 kilometers.
I knew there was a missing segment of G93. Google Maps has misslabelled the Chengle expressway as G93 as well as S7, its actual designation until now as it is going to be renumbered G0512.
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I'm not sure what number it will carry (Google/Baidu/Soso Maps don't show it yet) but the place where those photos were taken is being developed into this
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It is Guangdong S3. Google Maps already show the Northernmost section, closer to Guangzhou.
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