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Keelung Road

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Keelung Road

Keelung Road

Keelung Road (Chinese: 基隆路, also called 14th Ave or Jilong Road, referring to Keelung) is a major arterial and highway in Taipei, Taiwan, connecting the Neihu district from the MacAuthur 1st Bridge in the east with the Songshan, Xinyi, and Daan districts towards the southwest, with a connection to Yonghe City via the Fuhe Bridge. Keelung is a very congested route because of its connections to and from Huandong Blvd., Tiding Blvd., Civic Blvd Expressway, Xinhai Road/National Freeway No. 3A, Shuiyuan Expressway, and the Fuhe Bridge, which are all major transportation corridors. There are a series of reversible lanes and bypasses (above ground and underground) along the corridor to provide traffic relieve within the small right-of-way. Notable landmarks along the road include:


Unlike most of Taipei arterials, Keelung Road is not divided into any directional sections. However, there are still numbered sections of the road.

  • Section 1 : MacAuthur 1st Bridge - Xinyi Road
  • Section 2 : Xinyi Road - Xinhai Road
  • Section 3 : Xinhai Road - Changxing Street
  • Section 4 : Changhsing Street - Shuiyuan Expressway

Major Intersections

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