Hebei-Chongqing Main Line Completed
Huailai North Interchange to Prince Edward Interchange Opening Trial Operation
Hebei News Network (reporters Cao Zhi, correspondent Zhang Hehe, Zhen Yongfeng) learned from the Provincial Department of Transportation that on December 28, the main line of the Hebei section of the Yanqing-Chongli Expressway (Yanchong Expressway) successfully passed the acceptance check, marking the Yanchong Expressway Hebei Section main line was completed. On December 30, 67.5 kilometers of Yanchong Expressway Huailai North Interchange to Prince Edward City Interchange opened for trial operation.
The Yanchong Expressway is the main passageway for the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022 to connect the Chongli Race District of Zhangjiakou City with Beijing. It is the first batch of green highway construction typical demonstration projects for the Ministry of Transport. Security is of great significance.
The total length of the Hebei section of the Yansong Expressway is 113.684 kilometers, with two lanes and four lanes. It consists of the main line, extension works, and Chicheng branch line.
The main line section starts from the junction of Beijing and Hebei in Huailai County, Zhangjiakou City, and connects with the Beijing section of Yanchong Expressway, ends in Chongli District, and connects with the extension project. It has a total length of 81.552 kilometers, including 5 interchanges and 3 service areas. 4 toll stations. The extension project starts from the main line of Chongli District and ends at Zhangcheng Expressway, with a length of 17.073 kilometers. Construction will begin in March 2019 and it is planned to be opened to traffic in September 2021. The Chicheng branch line runs from the Hanzhuang hub of Chicheng County on the autonomous line to the 239 National Road in Chicheng County. It is 15.059 kilometers long. Construction will begin in June 2019 and it is planned to be opened to traffic in September 2021.
The entire Yanchong Expressway is located in the mountains and mountains. It passes through two major geological fault zones and collapsible loess regions. The maximum elevation difference is nearly kilometers. The bridge-to-tunnel ratio of the entire line reaches 56%. first.
Editor-in-chief: Shan Jie_DW089
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