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Resalat Expressway

Resalat Expressway
بزرگراه رسالت
Route information
Length: 12 km (7 mi)
Major junctions
East end: Yasini Expressway
West end: Hakim Expressway
Kordestan Expressway
Location
Major cities: Tehran
Highway system

Highways in Iran

Freeways

Resalat Expressway is an east-west expressway in Tehran, Iran.

It joins the eastern localities of Tehran metropolis, including Resalat District, to Seyed Khandan in north-central Tehran and further to western parts of the Greater Tehran.

The Resalat Tunnel was opened by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with newlyweds being the first to drive through it. Upon praying in the tunnel at its re-opening, Rageh Omaar of the BBC prayed on the same prayer mat as Ahmadinejad at the same time.

From East to West


Yasini Expressway

Damavand Street
Parvin Boulevard
Tehranpars Metro Station
Tehranpars Expressway
Shahid Bagheri Metro Station
Elm-o-Sanat University Metro Station
Ayat Street
Sarsabz Metro Station

Resalat Square
Hengam Street
Ayatollah Madani Boulevard
Golbarg Metro Station
Imam Ali Expressway

Shahid Sayyad Shirazi Interchange
Niavaran Expressway
Shariati Street
Sohravardi Street
Shahid Haghani Expressway
Mosalla Metro Station
Modares Expressway

Africa Square
Africa Boulevard
Resalat Tunnel

Hakim Expressway
Kordestan Expressway
From West to East
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