Navvab Expressway

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Navvab Safavi Expressway
بزرگراه نوّاب صفوی
Route information
Length 5.5 km (3.4 mi)
Major junctions
North end Fareskilt 44.PNG Tohid Tunnel
South end AB-Kreuz-grün.svg Expressway in Iran.png Qale Morghi Expressway
Expressway in Iran.png Niruye Havaei Expressway
Location
Major cities Tehran
Highway system
Highways in Iran
Freeways

Shahid Navvab Safavi Expressway starts from Tohid Tunnel and is Chamran Expressway renamed after passing the tunnel. It continues south until it reaches the junction between Qale Morghi Expressway and Niruye Havaei Expressway. It is named after Navvab Safavi.[1]

Pfeil unten.svg From North to south Pfeil unten.svg
Expressway in Iran.png
Fareskilt 44.PNG
Tohid Tunnel
Tehran Metro Logo.svgTehran Metro Line 2.png Navvab Metro Station
AB-AS-grün.svg Street in Iran.jpg Imam Khomeini Street
AB-AS-grün.svg Street in Iran.jpg Helal Ahmar Street
AB-Kreuz-grün.svg Zeichen 123 - Baustelle, StVO 1992.svg
Expressway in Iran.png Yadegar-e-Emam Expressway Expansion
Expressway in Iran.png
AB-Kreuz-grün.svg
Expressway in Iran.png Qale Morghi Expressway
Expressway in Iran.png Niruye Havaei Expressway
Pfeil oben.svg From South to North Pfeil oben.svg

References

  1. ^ Buchan, James (27 June 2009). "Clerical errors". Guardian Online. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 1 January 2011.


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