- Route 11 (Nagoya Expressway)
名古屋高速道路11号小牧線 Route information Length: 8.2 km (5.1 mi) Existed: 2001 – present Major junctions From: Kusunoki Junction in Kita-ku, Nagoya
Nagoya Expressway Kusunoki Route
To: Komaki-kita Interchange in Komaki, Aichi
National Route 41
Nagoya Expressway Route 11 Komaki Route (名古屋高速道路11号小牧線 Nagoya Kōsokudōro Jūichigō Komakisen ) is an urban expressway in Nagoya and Komaki, Aichi, Japan. It is a part of the Nagoya Expressway network and is owned and operated by Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation.
The route is a northward extension of Route 1 which terminates at its junction with the Higashi-Meihan Expressway. Route 11 continues as an elevated expressway above the median of National Route 41. The terminus is at Komaki-kita Interchange, which also provides direct access to the Meishin Expressway and Tōmei Expressway
The expressway is 4 lanes for its entire length and was opened to traffic in 2001. The toll is 350 yen for passenger cars and light trucks (including 2-wheeled vehicles) and 700 yen for large trucks and buses.
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) is not accepted at the entrance of Horinouchi Interchange. However, the toll at this entrance is only 200 yen for passenger cars. The same discounted toll applies to vehicles entering or exiting the route from Toyoyama-minami Interchange at the southern end of the route, however these toll booths accept ETC.
- JCT - junction, TB - toll gate
No. Name Connections Notes Location
(all in Aichi)
Through to Nagoya Expressway Kusunoki Route (13) Kusunoki JCT Higashi-Meihan Expressway Kita-ku, Nagoya 1101
Toyoyama-minami Interchange National Route 41 1101 - North-bound exit
1111 - South-bound entrance
1102 Ōyamagawa Toll Gate North-bound only Toyoyama 1103
Toyoyama-kita Interchange National Route 41 1103 - North-bound entrance
1113 - South-bound exit
Komaki-minami Interchange National Route 41 1104 - North-bound exit
1114 - South-bound entrance
Horinouchi Interchange National Route 41 1105 - North-bound entrance (Discounted toll, cash only)
1115 - South-bound exit
TB Komaki Toll Gate South-bound only 1106
Komaki-kita Interchange Meishin Expressway (Komaki Interchange)
Tōmei Expressway (Komaki Interchange)
National Route 41
1106 - North-bound exit
1116 - South-bound entrance
- ^ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. "History of the Expressway Network in the Greater Nagoya Area". http://www.tokai-kansen.go.jp/naruhodo/jisendo/2006_07/p03_04.html. Retrieved 2008-04-17.
- ^ "Nagoya Expressway Route Map". http://www.nagoya-expressway.or.jp/guide/rosenzu/index.html. Retrieved 2008-04-18.
- ^ "Nagoya Expressway Toll Information". http://www.nagoya-expressway.or.jp/guide/eigyo/index.html. Retrieved 2008-04-18.
- (Japanese) Nagoya Expressway Public Corporation
Nagoya Expressway Nagoya Routes Bihoku RoutesKomaki Route • Ichinomiya Route Expressways of Japan East Nippon Expressway Company Central Nippon Expressway Company West Nippon Expressway Company Honshū-Shikoku Bridge Expressway CompanyKobe-Awaji-Naruto • Nishiseto • Seto-Chūō Urban Expressways
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