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Miyazaki Expressway

Miyazaki Expressway
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Existed: 1976 – present
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From: Ebino Junction in Kyushu Expressway
To: Miyazaki Interchange in Hitotsuba Toll Road
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National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan

Miyazaki Expressway (宮崎自動車道 Miyazaki Jidōsha-dō?) is one of the Expressways of Japan from Ebino to Miyazaki linking with the Higashi Kyushu Expressway. It runs through the southern half of the Miyazaki prefecture. The total length is 80.7 km.

History

  • March 4, 1976, the Ebino Junction with the Kyushu Expressway to Takaharu Interchange was opened.
  • March 17, 1981, a section from Takaharu to Miyakonojō Interchanges was opened to traffic.
  • October 29, 1981, a section from Miyakonojō to Miyazaki Interchanges was opened to traffic which made the Miyazaki Expressway from Ebino to Miyazaki fully accessible with no gaps.
  • March 25, 2000, the Kiyotake Junction to the east was opened to traffic.
  • October 1, 2005, Following privatisation of JH it came under the control of NEXCO West Japan.

Interchanges

Lanes

  • 4-lane

References

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