Toll Road
Shanxi Hebei Hebei Anhui Hunan Java Province Java Province
Toll Road Projects
7
Expressway Projects Total Mileage
About 540 km
As one of the earliest companies which entered the PRC toll road business, we have been principally engaged in the investment, development, operation and management of expressways and Class I/II highways in the PRC since 1993. In 2019, we successfully entered the Southeast Asia market and became the first Hong Kong enterprise to invest and participate in the operation of Indonesian expressways.
Currently, our PRC toll road portfolio comprises five expressways spanning approximately 334 km in four provinces including Hebei, Hunan, Shanxi and Anhui. The five expressways are located in the provinces that are expected to benefit from the economic growth brought by China’s Three Initiatives, including the strategies of "One Belt, One Road", "Coordinated Development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei" and "Yangtze River Economic Belt Development". Our Indonesia toll road portfolio comprises two expressways spanning approximately 206 km (including the planned 28km extension) in Central Java Province and East Java Province, both of them are key components of the Trans Java Expressway.
For more details of our expressway projects, please click icons on the map.
National Expressway G18 Baoding-Tianjin Expressway
Grade
Expressway, 4 lanes
Project Mileage
105 km
Interest Owned by the Group
40%
JV Period
30 years
JV Expiry Date
September 2033
JV Partner
Hebei Provincial Expressway Development Company
Significance:
  • Trunk road in Hebei Province and the Bohai Rim Region.
  • Component of the Rongcheng to Wuhai Expressway, one of the eighteen lines running east-west in the national expressway network.
  • Major truck transportation corridor linking the north-eastern provinces to the western provinces through Hebei, Henan and Shanxi.
  • Key expressway running across Xiongan New Area that has been established in Hebei Province, also expected to benefit from the "Coordinated Development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei" policy and the "One Belt, One Road" initiative.
National Expressway G25 Tangshan-Tianjin Expressway
Grade
Expressway, 4/6 lanes
Project Mileage
58 kilometers
Interest Owned by the Group
45%
JV Period
18 years
JV Expiry Date
January 2023
JV Partner
Hebei Provincial Expressway Development Company
Significance:
  • Component of the Changchun to Shenzhen Expressway, one of the eleven lines running north-south in the national expressway network.
  • Connecting route of the major national trunk, Beijing-Harbin Expressway and Beijing-Taipei Expressway.
  • Major road connecting Tianjin the southern and eastern coastal area in Hebei including Tangshan and Qinhuangdao and also Tianjin with the north-eastern region of China.
  • Key expressway expected to benefit from the "Coordinated Development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei" policy and "One Belt, One Road" initiative.
National Expressway G5513 Changsha-Yiyang Expressway
Grade
Expressway, 4 lanes
Project Mileage
63 kilometers
Interest Owned by the Group
43.17%
JV Period
27 years
JV Expiry Date
October 2024
JV Partner
Hunan Expressway Construction Development Company
Significance:
  • Component of the Changsha-Zhangjiajie Expressway which is one of the premier east-west transportation corridors in Hunan Province.
  • Major connecting route to the Changsha-Yongan Expressway and Changsha Huanghua Airport.
  • Direct trunk to Yiyang, Changde, Zhangjiajie and Chongqing cities in the west.
  • Direct trunk to Nanchang and Hangzhou cities in the east.
  • Connecting route to Changsha Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, Ningxiang Economic and Technological Development Zone and Yiyang Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone.
Provincial Expressway S60 Yuci Longbai Village – Chengzhao, Qixian Expressway
Grade
Expressway, 6 lanes
Project Mileage
72 kilometers
Interest Owned by the Group
45%
JV Period
30 years
JV Expiry Date
July 2042
JV Partner
Jinzhong Public Infrastructure Investment Holding (Group) Company Limited, and Jinzhong Lutong Highway Development Company Limited
Significance:
  • Connecting route of Taijiu Expressway, Taichang expressway and Dayun Expressway.
  • The south-eastern section of the outer-ring road of the city centre of Taiyuan and Jinzhong, carrying the eastbound freight transport traffic from southern Shanxi Province and Shaanxi Province to the Bohai Rim Region.
Provincial Expressway S24 Ma’anshan-Chaohu Expressway
Grade
Expressway, 6 lanes
Project Mileage
36 kilometers
Interest Owned by the Group
49%
JV Period
30 years
JV Expiry Date
December 2043
JV Partner
Anhui Transportation Holding Group Company Limited
Significance:
  • Connecting route of Hefei-Chaohu-Wuhu Expressway to the west and Ma'anshan Yangtze River Bridge and Lima Expressway to the east.
  • Direct connectivity with Ma'anshan City and Nanjing Airport and before joining with Nanjing-Changzhou Expressway.
  • Shortest route between Hefei and other developed coastal cities such as Shanghai in the Yangtze River Delta.
  • Key expressway expected to benefit from the "Yangtze River Economic Belt Development" policy and the "One Belt, One Road" initiative.
Trans Java Expressway Solo to Ngawi
Grade
Expressway, 4 lanes
Project Mileage
91 km
Interest Owned by the Group
40%
JV Period
50 years
JV Expiry Date
May 2066
JV Partner
PT JASA MARGA (Persero) Tbk.
PT LINTAS MARGA JAWA
Significance:
  • Key component of the Trans Java Expressway which is the shortest and quickest route between Indonesia’s capital Jakarta and the second largest city Surabaya.
  • The only highest class toll road strategically connecting Central Java Province to East Java Province.
  • Direct access to Adisumarmo International Airport in Surakarta (Solo), one of the major hubs of Batik production and Javanese culture in Indonesia.
Trans Java Expressway Ngawi to Kertosono and Kediri
Grade
Expressway, 4 lanes
Project Mileage
115 km (including planned 28km extension)
Interest Owned by the Group
40%
JV Period
50 years
JV Expiry Date
May 2066
JV Partner
PT JASA MARGA (Persero) Tbk.
PT LINTAS MARGA JAWA
Significance:
  • Key component of the Trans Java Expressway which is the shortest and quickest route between Indonesia’s capital Jakarta and the second largest city Surabaya.
  • Main gateway to enter East Java Province from the west at Ngawi where SN Expressway ends.
  • Serving the major trade centre of sugar and cigarette industry at Kediri, which is the is the second largest city by economy in East Java.
  • Expected to benefit from the construction of a new Kediri International Airport which is a national strategic project and to be directly connected via a planned 28km extension.