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5th Ring Road Conditions
No roadworks on this road. Risk of traffic jams at Shangqing Bridge. No access to Jingyuan Road at Yamenkou Bridge (from September 5 through to September 30); use Fushi Road at Jinyuan Bridge instead.

The 5th Ring Road (五环路, 五環路, Wu Huan Lu) is an expressway ring road in Beijing, China which runs around the city approximately 10 kilometres from the centre of the city.

Although it is the city's fourth ring road, it is, oddly enough, named the 5th Ring Road.

RouteEdit

The 5th Ring Road runs within the confines of the municipality of Beijing. It has an odd twist at the southernmost tip; in order to avoid bumping into the confines of Nanyuan Airport, it has to undergo a major bend at Tuanhe Bridge (团河桥).

Basic Route: Laiguangying (来广营) - Wuyuan Bridge (五元桥) - Yaojiayuan (姚家园) - Yuantong Bridge (远通桥) - Wufang Bridge (五方桥) - Dayangfang (大羊坊) - Yizhuang (亦庄) - Tuanhe (团河) - Xihongmen (西红门) - Langfa (狼垡) - Wanping (宛平) - Yamenkou (衙门口) - Xianghongqi (箱红旗) - Shangqing (上清) - Beiyuan (北苑) - Laiguangying (来广营)

HistoryEdit

AccidentsEdit

A major traffic jam occurred on March 28, 2005, on the outer ring (counterclockwise direction) 2 kilometres to the south of the interchange with the Jingshi Expressway, when a speeding lorry caused a traffic accident involving six vehicles. The lorry ploughed into five vehicles which were just braking. [1]

Road ConditionsEdit

Speed LimitEdit

Minimum speed limit of 50 km/h, maximum 100 km/h. Portions of the expressway have maximum limits at 90 km/h.

TollsEdit

Toll collection stopped on January 1, 2004.

LanesEdit

6 lanes (3 up, 3 down) throughout.

Surface ConditionsEdit

Good.

Traffic ConditionsEdit

Reduced speeds during rush hour.

Major ExitsEdit

Laiguangying, Wuyuan Bridge, Yuantong Bridge, Wufang Bridge, Dayangfang Bridge, Xihongmen South Bridge, Wanping Bridge, Yamenkou, Fragrant Hills, Shangqing Bridge, Beiyuan Bridge

Service AreasEdit

5 gas stations (from Wangjing through to Xihongmen)

ConnectionsEdit

(Starting as of Laiguangying Bridge)

ExitsEdit

Symbols: ExitR = exit (NoAccess = closed), Interchange = main interchange; TollGate = central toll gate; ServiceArea = service area

ClockwiseEdit

Northern 5th Ring RoadEdit

Exit # English/Pinyin Name (Bridge) Chinese Name (Bridge)
Interchange 1 Jingcheng Expressway (Laiguangying Bridge)
(Interchange with the Jingcheng Expressway)
承德, 北四环 (来广营桥)
(京承高速公路)
ExitR 2 Wangjing, Laiguangying 望京科技园
ServiceAreaExitR Wangjing, Wangjing Gas Station 望京, 望京加油站
Interchange 3 Airport Expressway, Jingshun Highway (Wuyuan Bridge)
(Interchange with the Airport Expressway and Jingshun Highway)
机场高速, 京顺路 (五元桥)
(机场高速公路, 京顺路)

Western 5th Ring RoadEdit

See alsoEdit


Beijing Expressways
Opened Expressways: Radial: Badaling (Jingda) | Jingcheng (Taiyanggong - Gaoliying) | Jingtong | Jingha | Jingshen | Jingjintang | Jingkai (Yuquanying - Yufa) | Jingshi (Jingzhu)

Circular: 5th Ring Road | 6th Ring Road (Xishatuan - Yanshan)
City-Airport: Airport

Expressways under construction: Radial: Jingbao | Jingcheng (Gaoliying - Chengde) | Jingping | Northern Jingjin | Jingkai (Yufa - Gu'an)

Circular: 6th Ring Road (Wenquan - Xishatun)
City-Airport: Northern Line

Projected Expressways: Radial: Southern Jingjin | Jingkai (Yufa - Gu'an)

Circular: 6th Ring Road (Yanshan - Wenquan)
City-Airport: 2nd Expwy

7 National Expressways: Jinghu | Jingtai | Jinggang'ao | Jingkun | Jingla | Jingwu | Jingha

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