Japan National Route 129

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National Route 129
国道129号
Japan National Route 129
Route information
Length31.7 km [1] (19.7 mi)
Existed1963–present
Major junctions
South endJapanese National Route Sign 0134.svg National Route 134 in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa
 
North endJapanese National Route Sign 0016.svg National Route 16 in Sagamihara, Kanagawa
Highway system
National highways of Japan
Expressways of Japan
Japanese National Route Sign 0128.svg National Route 128 National Route 130 Japanese National Route Sign 0130.svg

National Route 129 is a national highway of Japan connecting Hiratsuka and Sagamihara in Kanagawa Prefecture in the Kantō region of Japan. It has a total length of 31.7 km (19.7 mi).

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Route description

Japan National Route 129 facing south in Atsugi Japan National Route 129 -01.jpg
Japan National Route 129 facing south in Atsugi

It has junctions with National Route 16 in Sagamihara, National Routes 412 and 246 in Atsugi, Kanagawa, and National Routes 1 and 134 in Hiratsuka, Kanagawa. The route runs in a north to south direction and has junctions with some major expressways. These include, two interchanges with the Ken-Ō Expressway, Atsugi Interchange at the Tōmei Expressway and Odawara-Atsugi Road, and Atsugi-minami Interchange at the Shin-Tōmei Expressway. [2]

History

Route 129 was originally designated on 18 May 1953 from Yokohama to Chiba as a loop around Tokyo. This was redesignated (along with a section of Route 127) as Route 16 on 1 April 1963 and the current Route 129 was designated the same day.

List of major junctions

The entire route is in Kanagawa Prefecture.

LocationkmmiDestinationsNotes
Hiratsuka 0.00.0Japanese National Route Sign 0134.svg National Route 134 Southern terminus
0.60.37Kanagawa Prefecture Route 607
1.71.1Japanese National Route Sign 0001.svg National Route 1
4.32.7Kanagawa Prefecture Route 44 (Shonan New Way) east
6.74.2Kanagawa Prefecture Route 44 (Shonan New Way)
Atsugi 9.96.2Kanagawa Prefecture Route 22
10.16.3E1A Expressway (Japan).png Shin-Tōmei Expressway E1A exit 2 (Atsugi-minami Interchange)
10.96.8Kanagawa Prefecture Route 601 north
11.16.9Kanagawa Prefecture Route 604
11.57.1E85 Expressway (Japan).png Odawara-Atsugi Road
E1 Expressway (Japan).png Tōmei Expressway
E1 Exit 5 (Atsugi Interchange), no exit number assigned to E85; no access to westbound E85
12.57.8Kanagawa Prefecture Route 63 south
13.38.3Japanese National Route Sign 0246.svg National Route 246 westNational Route 246 merges into Route 129; southern end of National Route 246 concurrency
14.38.9Kanagawa Prefecture Route 603
15.09.3Kanagawa Prefecture Route 60
15.69.7Kanagawa Prefecture Route 43 south
17.310.7Japanese National Route Sign 0246.svg National Route 246 eastNorthern end of National Route 246 concurrency
18.511.5C4 Expressway (Japan).png Ken-Ō Expressway C4 Exit 32 (Ken-Ō-Atsugi Interchange)
19.712.2Kanagawa Prefecture Route 42
21.213.2Kanagawa Prefecture Route 65 west
23.414.5Kanagawa Prefecture Route 511
Sagamihara 24.315.1C4 Expressway (Japan).png Ken-Ō Expressway C4 Exit 33 (Sagamihara-Aikawa Interchange)
25.415.8Kanagawa Prefecture Route 508 southSouthern end of Kanagawa Prefecture Route 508 concurrency
26.016.2Kanagawa Prefecture Route 508 northNorthern end of Kanagawa Prefecture Route 508 concurrency
28.017.4Kanagawa Prefecture Route 54
31.519.6Japanese National Route Sign 0016.svg National Route 16 (Tokyo Kanjo Avenue)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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References

  1. "一般国道の路線別、都道府県別道路現況" [Road statistics by General National Highway route and prefecture](PDF) (in Japanese). Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Retrieved 19 February 2020.
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