Changsha - Shaoshan - Loudi Expressway in Hunan Province
Changsha - Shaoshan - Loudi Expressway in Hunan Province, No. S50, Hunan Expressway. It is one of the important expressway projects in the newly revised "Hunan Expressway Network Planning" by the Department of Transportation of Hunan Province. The starting point of the project is located in the Chijiang hub type interchange, connected with the Changtan West Line Expressway, running westward through Lianhua, Huaminglou, Shaoshan Yunyuan Village, Jinshi, Huitang, Hutian, Xiaobi, and Qiaotou River, and the end point is the Jingbian Interchange in Longtang Town, Lianyuan, connected with the Erguang Expressway. The total length of the highway is 139.151 kilometers, with a preliminary design speed of 100 kilometers per hour, two-way four lanes, a subgrade width of 26 meters, a lane width of 3.75 meters, and an investment scale of about 9.3 billion yuan, The source of funds is BOT.
On December 31, 2014, the Changshao-Loudi Expressway was officially opened to traffic. It only takes 80 minutes from Changsha to Loudi. The Changsha to Shaoshan to Loudi Expressway in Hunan Province starts from the Chijiang Junction Interchange and connects with the Changtan West Line Expressway, passes through Qishan, Hutian, Xiaobi and Qiaotou River in turn, and ends at the Longtang Interchange and connects with the Erguang Expressway.
Liangcheng people took photos of the construction site of Changshao-Lou Expressway
The line of the project passes through the six counties and cities of Yuelu District, Ningxiang County, Shaoshan City, Xiangxiang City, Louxing District and Lianyuan City of Changsha City, and passes through the three main rivers of Wujiang River, Jinjiang River and Meijiang River. The total length of the project is 139.151 kilometers, the total length of Shaoshan Branch Line is 14.942 kilometers, the total length of Loudi North Line is 7.226 kilometers, and the total length of Shuangjiang Line is 11.283 kilometers.