Provincial Highway 63 (Taiwan)
Provincial Highway 63 (Chinese: 台63線) is a limited-access highway, which begins in Taichung at the intersection of Guoguang Road (Provincial Highway No. 3) and Zhongming South Road and ends in Caotun, Nantou on Bixing Road (Provincial Road 14B). It is commonly known as Zhongtou (Taichung-Nantou) Highway.
|Maintained by Directorate General of Highways|
|Length||18.9 km (11.7 mi)|
|North end||Prov 3 in South District, Taichung|
|East end||Prov 14b in Caotun, Nantou|
|Highway system in Taiwan
The total length of the highway is 18.9 km. However, the viaduct actually begins at 1.8 km (on Wuquan South Road).
|Taichung City||South District||0.000||0.000||—||Prov 3 – Dali, Central Taichung|
|Dali||2.6||1.6||2||Dali 1||Defang Rd., Wenxin South Rd. - Dali, Nantun|
|3.9||2.4||3||Dali 2||Dali Rd., Wuguang Rd. - Wufeng, Wuri|
|Wufeng||6.2||3.9||6||Wufu||Wufu Rd., Wufu South Rd. - Dali, Wufeng|
|8.2||5.1||8||Taiming||Cty 127 – Wuri, Dali|
|Nantou County||Caotun||14.8||9.2||14||Caotun 1||Prov 63a – Central Caotun, Puli|
|16.7||10.4||16||Caotun 2||Prov 14 – Caotun, Fenyuan|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
Major Cities Along the RouteEdit
Intersections with other Freeways and ExpresswaysEdit
There is a spur (No. 63A) connecting to Bo-ai Road (Provincial Highway No. 14) in downtown Caotun, Nantou. The length of the spur is 2.8 km.
Completed on January 1, 1998.
This highway is no longer classified as an expressway on July 1, 2006. Despite this lack of designation, it still functions as one.