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ASIAN HIGHWAY 1 (AH1) is the longest route of the Asian Highway Network , running 20,557 km (12,774 mi) from Tokyo, Japan via Korea , China , Hong Kong , Southeast Asia , Bangladesh , India , Pakistan , Afghanistan and Iran to the border between Turkey and Bulgaria west of Istanbul where it joins end-on with European route E80 .

CONTENTS

* 1 Japan * 2 South Korea * 3 North Korea

* 4 China

* 4.1 Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

* 5 Vietnam * 6 Cambodia * 7 Thailand * 8 Myanmar * 9 India (Northeast) * 10 Bangladesh * 11 India * 12 Pakistan * 13 Afghanistan * 14 Iran * 15 Turkey * 16 Connection to E80 * 17 References

JAPAN

AH1 at Nihonbashi , Tokyo , the "zero milepost" for measuring highway distances to Tokyo.

The 1200-kilometer section in Japan was added to the system in November 2003. It runs along the following tolled expressways :

* Shuto Expressway C1 Inner Circular Route , Edobashi JCT to Tanimachi JCT via Takebashi JCT * Shuto Expressway Route 3 Shibuya Line , Tanimachi JCT to Yoga Exit ( Tokyo Interchange) * Tōmei Expressway , Tokyo Interchange to Komaki * Meishin Expressway , Komaki to Suita via Kyoto * Chūgoku Expressway , Suita to Kobe * San\'yō Expressway , Kobe to Yamaguchi via Hiroshima * Chūgoku Expressway, Yamaguchi to Shimonoseki * Kanmonkyo Bridge , Shimonoseki to Kitakyushu * Kyūshū Expressway , Kitakyushu to Fukuoka * Fukuoka Expressway Route 4 * Fukuoka Expressway Route 1

From Fukuoka, AH1 takes the Camellia Line ferry to Busan , South Korea . The Japan– Korea Undersea Tunnel has been proposed to provide a fixed crossing.

SOUTH KOREA

The section in South Korea mainly follows the Gyeongbu Expressway . The Highway Boundary of South and North Korea.

* Busan Metropolitan Road 71 : Busan -Centre - Busan -Dong-gu * Busan Metropolitan Road 11 : Busan -Dong-gu - Busan -Geumjeong-gu

* Gyeongbu Expressway : Busan -Geumjeong-gu - Gyeongju - Daegu - Daejeon - Seoul - Seocho-gu * Seoul Metropolitan Road 41 : Seoul - Seocho-gu - Seoul -Gangnam-gu - Seoul - Yongsan-gu * Namsan 1st tunnel: Seoul - Yongsan-gu - Seoul -Jung-gu * Seoul Metropolitan Road 21 : Seoul -Jung-gu - Seoul -Eunpyeong-gu

* National Route 1 : Seoul - Eunpyeong-gu - Panmunjeom

NORTH KOREA

* P\'anmunjǒm - Kaesǒng * _ Pyongyang- Kaesong Motorway : Kaesǒng P\'yǒngyang - Sinǔiju * Pyongyang- Sinuiju Motorway (Under Construction)_: P\'yǒngyang - Sinǔiju

CHINA

* National Highway 304 : Dandong * G1113 Dandong-Fuxin Expressway : Dandong - Shenyang * G1 Beijing-Harbin Expressway : Shenyang - Beijing

* : Beijing - Shijiazhuang - Zhengzhou - Xinyang - Wuhan - Changsha - Guangzhou

* : Guangzhou - Shenzhen - Shenzhen Bay Control Point - Hong Kong Border

* : Guangzhou * : Guangzhou - Nanning * : Nanning - Youyiguan

HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINISTRATIVE REGION

* Route 10 (Part): Shenzhen Bay Control Point - Hong Kong Border - Lam Tei

VIETNAM

* : Hữu Nghị Quan - Đồng Đăng - Hanoi - Vinh - Đồng Hới - Đồng Hới - Đông Hà - Huế - Đà Nẵng - Hội An - Quy Nhơn - Nha Trang - Phan Thiết - Biên Hòa - Ho Chi Minh

* : Branch from Biên Hòa to Vũng Tàu

* : Ho Chi Minh - Mộc Bài

CAMBODIA

* Route 1 : Bavet - Phnom Penh * Route 5 : Phnom Penh - Poipet

THAILAND

AH1, AH2 and Thailand Route 32 in Ayutthaya Thai Myanmar Friendship Bridge

* Route 33: Aranyaprathet - Kabin Buri - Hin Kong

* Route 1 : Hin Kong - Bang Pa In

* Route 1 : Branch: Bang Pa In - Bangkok

* Route 32: - Bang Pa In - Chai Nat * Route 1 : Chai Nat - Tak * Route 12: Tak - Mae Sot

MYANMAR

* National Highway 8 : Myawaddy - Payagyi

* _Branch_ Yangon–Mandalay Expressway : Payagyi - Yangon

* Yangon–Mandalay Expressway : Payagyi - Meiktila - Mandalay * National Highway 7 (Concurrent with ): Mandalay - Tamu

INDIA (NORTHEAST )

* NH 39 : Moreh — Imphal Kohima - Dimapur -Morangi - Numaligarh * NH 36 : Dimapur Nagaon * NH 37 : Nagaon Jorabat * NH 40 : Jorabat Shillong Dawki

BANGLADESH

N2 Highway at Jaflong, Tamabil , Bangladesh

* N2 Highway : Tamabil - Sylhet - Kanchpur - Dhaka * N8 Highway : Dhaka - Mawa Ferry Terminal * Ferry Connection * N8 Highway : Kaorakandi Ferry Terminal - Bhanga - Faridpur * N7 Highway : Faridpur - Jessore * N706 N706 Highway: Jessore - Benapole

INDIA

Asean India car rally crossing AH1 at Numaligarh Durgapur Expressway as part of AH1

* NH 35 : Petrapole - Kolkata * NH 19 : Kolkata - Durgapur - Asansol - Dhanbad -Barhi - Allahabad - Kanpur - Agra - New Delhi * NH 44 : New Delhi - Jalandhar * NH 3 : Jalandhar - Amritsar - Attari

PAKISTAN

Khyber Pass

* Wagah Lahore * Lahore Islamabad * Islamabad Peshawar * Peshawar Torkham

AFGHANISTAN

* Afghanistan Ring Highway : Jalalabad - Kabul - Kandahar - Delaram - Herat - Islam Qala

IRAN

* : Islam Qala - Taybad * : Taybad - Sang Bast * : Sang Bast - Shahrood - Damghan - Semnan - Tehran * : Tehran - Qazvin - Tabriz * : Tabriz - Bazargan ,

TURKEY

Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge

* Road D100 : Gürbulak - Doğubayazıt - Aşkale - Refahiye * Road D200 : Refahiye - Sivas - Ankara * Otoyol 4 : Ankara - Gerede - İstanbul * Otoyol 7 : İstanbul * Otoyol 3 : İstanbul - Edirne - - Kapıkule ( Bulgaria , Maritsa motorway )

CONNECTION TO E80

E80 across southern Europe and Turkey Main article: European route E80

The route AH1 is also marked as in Turkey. The E80 continues in the E-road network from the border station at Kapitan Andreevo/Kapıkule to Sofia in Bulgaria, followed by E80 highways to Niš , Pristina , Dubrovnik , Pescara , Rome , Genoa , Nice , Toulouse , Burgos , Valladolid , Salamanca and finally Lisbon on the Atlantic Ocean.

REFERENCES

_ Wikimedia Commons has media related to AH1 _.

* ^ Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 2003 Asian Highway Handbook Archived 2012-04-14 at the Wayback Machine ., 2003, page 54 * ^ Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 2003 Asian Highway Handbook Archived 2012-04-14 at the Wayback Machine ., 2003, page 3 * ^ アジアハイウェイ標識の設置場所 (IN JAPANESE). MLIT . RETRIEVED DECEMBER 5, 2011. * ^ Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, 2003 Asian Highway Handbook Archived 2012-04-14 at the Wayback Machine ., 2003, page 54 shows an aerial photo of the Yokohama Aoba Interchange, placing AH1 clearly on the Tomei Expressway rather than the other Tokyo-Nagoya expressway, the Chūō Expressway . * ^ REGIONAL ROAD CONNECTIVITY BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE (PDF). RHD. RETRIEVED FEBRUARY 19, 2017. * ^ "Asian Highway Route Map" (PDF). ESCAP. Retrieved February 19, 2017. * ^ http://www.rhd.gov.bd/RHDMaps/Maps/Country_Bangladesh.pdf

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ACROSS THE WHOLE CONTINENT

* AH1 * AH2 * AH3 * AH4 * AH5 * AH6 * AH7 * AH8

SOUTHEAST ASIA

* AH11 * AH12 * AH13 * AH14 * AH15 * AH16 * AH17 * AH18 * AH19 * AH25 * AH26 * AH111 * AH112 * AH123 * AH140 * AH141 * AH142 * AH143 * AH150

EAST ASIA, NORTHEAST ASIA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA

* AH30 * AH31 * AH32 * AH33 * AH34 * AH368 * AH374

SOUTH ASIA

* AH41 * AH42 * AH43 * AH44 * AH45 * AH46 * AH47 * AH48 * AH51

NORTH ASIA, CENTRAL ASIA AND SOUTHWEST ASIA

* AH60 * AH61 * AH62 * AH63 * AH64 * AH65 * AH66 * AH67 * AH68 * AH70 * AH71 * AH72 * AH75 * AH76 * AH77 * AH78 * AH81 * AH82 * AH83 * AH84 * AH85 * AH86 * AH87

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