- National Highway No. 2 (Taiwan)
桃園環線 Route information Length: 20.4 km (12.7 mi) Existed: August 24, 1997 – present Location Counties: Dayuan Township, Lujhu Township,
Bade City, and Taoyuan City, Taoyuan County
And Yingge District, New Taipei City
Highway system ← NH 1 NH 3 →
The total length is 20.4 km (12.7 mi).
Major Cities Along the Route
- National Highway No. 1 at Airport JCT. in Luzhu, Taoyuan
- National Highway No. 3 at Yingge JCT. in Yingge, New Taipei
Points of Interest 0 Km Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport 1 Km Dayuan Interchange 5 Km Dazhu Interchange 8 Km Airport Junction Interchange 1 11 Km South Taoyuan Interchange 18 Km Da-nan Interchange 20 Km Yingge Junction Interchange 3
The lanes in each direction are listed below.
- 3 lanes:
- Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Top - Da-nan IC.
- 2 lanes:
- Da-nan IC. - Yingge JCT.
The 8.6 km section between the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (previously named as Chiang Kai-shek International Airport) and National Highway No. 1 was originated designated as No. 1A, a branch of Freeway No. 1. When the road was extended to Yingge to connect National Highway No. 3 in 1997, the entire route was renumbered as Freeway No. 2.
Dazhu IC was completed in January 2006. This interchange provides an easy access to the Taoyuan HSR station.
Freeways and Expressways in Taiwan (Republic of China)
National Highways N/S 1 Sun Yat-sen 3 Formosa 5 Chiang Wei-shui E/W 2 Taoyuan Inner Beltway 4 Taichung Beltway 6 Nantou Section 8 Tainan Branch 10 Kaohsiung Branch Provincial Highways N/S 61 E/W 62 64 66 68 72 74 76 78 82 84 86 88 Highway System in Taiwan
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