Xiamen Chengdu Expressway refers to the expressway from Xiamen, Fujian Province to Chengdu, Sichuan Province. Chengdu is the abbreviation of Chengdu, so it is called Xiamen Chengdu expressway. Xiamen Chengdu expressway, hereinafter referred to as Xiamen Chengdu expressway, also known as Xiamen Chengdu expressway, is an expressway connecting Xiamen City, Fujian Province and Chengdu City, Sichuan Province in China. It is the 16th of the 18 east-west trunk lines in the "seven shooting, eleven vertical and eighteen horizontal" network of China's national expressway network, No. G76.
Xiamen Chengdu Expressway consists of 27 local Expressway routes in 6 provinces and autonomous regions. The earliest component section started is Chengdu Longchang section of Chengdu Chongqing Expressway, which was officially started in September 1990; The last section opened to traffic is guisan expressway, which was officially opened to traffic on October 26, 2017. Therefore, Xiamen Chengdu expressway was opened to traffic on October 26, 2017.
Xiamen Chengdu Expressway starts from Xiamen, Fujian Province and ends in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, connecting Southwest China and coastal economically developed areas. It passes through Zhangzhou and Longyan in Fujian, Ruijin and Ganzhou in Jiangxi, Chenzhou in Hunan, Guilin in Guangxi, Liping, Duyun, Guiyang and Bijie in Guizhou, Luzhou and Neijiang in Sichuan, It is the main sea passage from the hinterland of Southwest China to the southeast coastal area.