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Road 65 (Iran)

Road 65
جاده 65
;">Route information
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From: Saidi Expressway
  Road 94
To: Bandar Taheri, Road 96
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Highways in Iran

Freeways

This north-south road is an important transit road connecting Tehran to Fars.

Plans

Saveh

Saveh Bypass is now under construction.[1]

Abadeh

Abadeh Bypass is now under construction.[2]

Abadeh-Shiraz

Saadatshahr Tunnel located between Saadatshahr and Qaderabad will be closed for repairs and lighting related works from 22 November 2011 to mid-February 2012.[3]

Shiraz-Firouzabad

The road is under construction to be improved to 2+2 expressway.[4]

Firouzabad-Jam-Asaluyeh

There are plans to build another 2 lanes and make the road a 4 lane expressway.[5]

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