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Freeway 2 (Iran)

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Freeway 2 (Iran)

Contents

  • West Part 1
    • Gallery 1.1
  • East Part 2
  • Gallery 3
  • References 4

West Part

Freeway 2
2 آزادراه
Tehran-Tabriz FW
Tehran-Karaj FW
Route information
Part of AH1 AH8
Length: 633 km (393 mi)
Major junctions
From: Tehran, Tehran
Sheikh Fazl-allah Nouri Expressway
Mohammad Ali Jenah Expressway
  Road 32
Road 59
Freeway 1
Road 49
Road 35
Road 26
Road 24
To: Tabriz, East Azerbaijan
Road 14-21-32
Location
Provinces: Tehran, Qazvin, Zanjan, East Azerbaijan
Major cities: Karaj, Tehran
Qazvin, Qazvin
Takestan, Qazvin
Zanjan, Zanjan
Highway system

Highways in Iran

Freeways

Freeway 2 runs from the capital city, Tehran to Tabriz in northwestern Iran. This freeway is an important transit road that connects Iran's industrial zones to Tabriz and Turkey. The section between Tehran and Karaj is one of the busiest sections in Iran with AADT of 217084.[1] Karaj-Qazvin has an AADT of 79606.

From West to East
Under Construction

Road 14-21-32
West to Marand-Salmas-Jolfa-Bazargan
East to Tabriz
Tabriz Petrochemical Company
Tabriz
Road 16-21
South to Sardrud-Urmia-Miandoab
Mellat Boulevard
Vadi-e Rahmat Cemetery
Sahandiyeh Boulevard
Niayesh Boulevard
Tabriz College of Technology
Mashruteh Boulevard
Tabriz Bus Terminal
Yadegar-e Emam (Sahand) Stadium
Maralan
Mollasadra Boulevard
Service Station
El-Gölü
El-Goli Boulevard
Kasaei Expressway
Shadabad-e Olya
Tabriz
Road 16-32
West to Tabriz
East to Bostanabad
Tabriz Toll Station
Road 16-32
West to Tabriz
East to Bostanabad-Ardabil-Mianeh
Bostanabad Toll Station
Qarah Aghaj
Road 24
West to Maragheh
East to Hashtrud
Road 26
West to Qareh Aghaj-Miandoab
East to Mianeh
East Azerbaijan Province
Zanjan Province
Ardabil-Sarcham Road
North to Aqkand-Ardabil
Towards Road 32
Service Station
Zanjan-West Toll Station
Service Station
Road 35
South to Bijar-Sanandaj
Zanjan
Road 32
East to Soltaniyeh-Abhar
Zanjan
Zanjan-East Toll Station
Abbar
Sorkheh Dizaj
Towards Road 32 West to Zanjan-East to Abhar
Towards Road 47 South to Soltaniyeh-Qidar
Shahr-e Aftab Service Station
Ghazal Service Station
Khorramdarreh
Towards Road 32
Abhar
Towards Road 32
Zanjan Province
Qazvin Province
Towards Road 32
Takestan
Towards Road 32
Qazvin-West Toll Station
Road 49
North To Kuhin-Rasht
Qazvin
Freeway 1
North to Rasht
Aftab-e Derakhshan Service Station
Qazvin
Noruzian Boulevard
Imam Khomeini International University
Qazvin
Nokhbegan Boulevard
Alvand
Towards Road 32
West to Qazvin
East to Mohammadiyeh-Abyek
Qazvin-East Toll Station
Qazvin
Service Station
Mohammadiyeh
Caspian Industrial Park
Shahid Rajaei Power Plant
Service Station
Taleqan
Towards Road 32
Abyek
Qazvin Province
Alborz Province
Nazarabad
Towards Road 32
Hashtgerd
Hashtgerd
Shahr-e Jadid-e Hashtgerd
Kuhsar
Kamal Shahr
Kordan
Service Station
Goldasht
Road 32
West to Kamalshahr-Hashtgerd
Karaj
Karaj
Karaj Toll Station
Golshahr
Mehrshahr
Golshahr
Mehrvila
Karaj-Center
Mohammadshahr
Mahdasht
Mahdasht Metro Station
Karaj-Center
Karaj-Center
Fardis
Road 59
North to Chalus
Karaj Makhsus Expressway
Karaj
Garmdarreh
Alborz Province
Tehran Province
Tehran

Road 32 (Lashkari Expressway)
Kharrazi Expressway
Shahrak-e Daneshgah-e Sharif
Vardavard Metro Station
Pajuhesh Boulevard
Azadshahr
Peykanshahr
Iran Khodro Metro Station
Chitgar Park
Shahrak-e Golestan

Chitgar Metro Station
Azadegan Expressway
Continues as:
Sheikh Fazl-allah Nouri Expressway
From East to West

Gallery

East Part

Freeway 2
2 آزادراه
Baghcheh-Mashhad Freeway
Route information
Part of AH75
Length: 36 km (22 mi)
Major junctions
From: Mashhad, Khorasan Razavi
Road 44
Road 97
  Baghcheh, Khorasan Razavi
Mashhad Northern Bypass Freeway
Road 97
To: Road 44
Location
Provinces: Khorasan Razavi
Highway system

Highways in Iran

Freeways

The eastern part of Freeway 2 starts from Mashhad and ends in Baghche. There is a project under construction to connect this freeway to Tehran.

From West to East
Under Construction

Road 44
West to Neishabur-Tehran-Torbat-e Heydarieh
East to Mashhad
Baghcheh Toll Station
Road 97
North to Mashhad
South to Fariman-Islam Qala-Herat (AFG)
Mashhad Northern Bypass Freeway
Mashhad Toll Station

Road 44
East to Malekabad
Road 97
South to Fariman
Continues as:
Kalantari Expressway
Towards Mashhad-Centre
From East to West

Gallery

References

  1. ^ تردد بیش از یک میلیون خودرو از آزادراه تهران -کرج
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