Second Keihan Highway

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Second Keihan Highway around Hirakata City

The Second Keihan Highway (第二京阪道路, Daini Keihan Dōro) is a national highway and 6-laned Regional High-Standard Highways(expressway) in Japan, leading from Fushimi-ku, Kyoto to Kadoma, Osaka. This road is a bypass of Japan National Route 1.

Expressway part

This expressway is officially referred to as the Second Keihan Highway and the Rakunan Connecting Highway (洛南連絡道路, Rakunan Renraku Dōro). The length of this road is 28.3 km.

Interchanges and features

No. Name Connections Dist. from start (km) Bus stop Notes Location
Through to Hanshin Expressway Kyoto Route
TB Oguraike TB 0.5 - Kyoto Kyoto Prefecture
1 Oguraike IC 0.9
2 Kumiyama JCT KEIJI BY-PASS (The bypass of Meishin Expressway) 2.0 - Kumiyama
3 Kumiyama-minami IC Kyoto Pref. Route 15 (Uji-Yodo Route) 4.8 -
4 Yawata-higashi IC 5.5 - Yawata
- Yawata JCT Shin-Meishin Expressway (planned) - opening in 2016
5 Kyotanabe TB/Kyotanabe Matsui IC 9.0 - Kyotanabe
PA Kyotanabe PA/BS S
6 Hirakata-higashi IC Japan National Route 307
Osaka Pref. Route 17 (Hirakata-Takatsuki Route)
11.4 - Hirakata Osaka Prefecture
7 Hirakata Gakken IC 13.0 -
8 Katano-kita IC Osaka Pref. Route 7 (Hirakata-Yamatokōriyama Route) 14.4 - Katano
9 Katano-minami IC Japan National Route 168
Osaka Pref. Route 20 (Hirakata-Tondabayashi-Izumisano Route)
18.5 - Hirakata
10 Neyagawa-kita IC 19.4 - Neyagawa
TN Neyagawa Shoji TN - Length - 780m
11 Neyagawa-minami IC 24.1 -
12 Daini Keihan Kadoma IC Osaka Pref. Route 2 (Osaka Center Circular Route)
Osaka Pref. Route 15 (Yao-Ibaraki Route)
27.4 - Kadoma
- Kadoma TB - -
3-1 Kadoma JCT E26 Expressway (Japan).png Kinki Expressway 28.3 -

Highway Part

The length of this road is 29.7 km.


  • Kyoto National Highway Office

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