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San Tin Highway (Traditional Chinese:新田公路) is an expressway in North-Western New Territories of Hong Kong, leading off Fanling Highway near the rural village of Kwu Tung and connects Pok Oi Interchange at Au Tau, near the new town of Yuen Long. It is also part of Route 9. Traditional Chinese characters are one of two standard character sets of printed contemporary Chinese written language. ... An expressway is a divided highway, usually 4 lanes or wider in size, where direct access to adjacent properties has been eliminated. ... A major road, Kwong Fuk Road in Tai Po, a town in the New Territories. ... Fanling Highway (Traditional Chinese:粉嶺公路) Is part of Route 9 in Hong Kong. ... A New town, planned community or planned city is a city, town, or community that was designed from scratch, and grew up more or less following the plan. ... Yuen Long (元朗, Jyutping: jyun4 long5, pinyin: YuánlÇŽng) (used to be known as Un Long), one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong, located in the North-West of the New Territories, is a post-war new town set in the centre of Hong Kongs largest alluvial plain. ... Route 9, Hong Kong is a strategic trunk road, mostly in the form of expressway, circumscribing the New Territories. ...


The road, completed between 1981-83, has 4 junctions along its way: Pak Shek Au, San Tin Interchange, Fairview Park Roundabout & Pok Oi Interchange. Cross boarder traffic can access the control point at Lok Ma Chau through San Sham Road from San Tin Interchange. A roundabout, rotary, or gyratory circus is a type of road junction (or traffic calming device) at which traffic streams circularly around a central island after first yielding to the circulating traffic. ...


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