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AH140
Asian Highway 140 is a highway that is part of Asian Highway Network. It was never signposted in Malaysia, although it is part of Asian Highway Network. It follows Butterworth–Kulim Expressway
Butterworth–Kulim Expressway
and Malaysia
Malaysia
Federal Route 4.v t eAsian Highway NetworkAcross the whole continentAH1 AH2 AH3 AH4 AH5 AH6 AH7 AH8Southeast AsiaAH11 AH12 AH13 AH14 AH15 AH16 AH17 AH18 AH19 AH25 AH26 AH111 AH112 AH123 AH140 AH141 AH142 AH143 AH150East Asia, Northeast Asia and Southeast AsiaAH30 AH31 AH32 AH33 AH34 AH368 AH374South AsiaAH41 AH42 AH43 AH44 AH45 AH46 AH47 AH48 AH51North Asia, Central Asia and Southwest AsiaAH60 AH61 AH62 AH63 AH64 AH65 AH66 AH67 AH68 AH70 AH71 AH72 AH75 AH76 AH77 AH78 AH81 AH82 AH83 AH84 AH85 AH86 AH87This article related to a road in Asia is a stub
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Butterworth, Penang
Butterworth, within the North Seberang Perai District, is the largest town in Seberang Perai, the mainland half of the Malaysian state of Penang. It lies approximately 3 km (1.9 mi) east of George Town, the capital city of Penang, across the Penang Strait.[2] As of 2010[update], Butterworth contained a total of 71,643 residents.[1] Butterworth was named after a Governor of the Straits Settlements in the mid-19th century. The town came into being as a transportation hub, due to its proximity to George Town. While the British East India Company initially obtained Seberang Perai (then named Province Wellesley) for agricultural purposes, Butterworth has also witnessed massive industrialisation during the latter half of the 20th century.[3][4] In 1974, the Port of Penang was relocated into the town.[5] Currently, Rapid Ferry is the main transportation link between Butterworth and George Town
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Pasir Puteh
Pasir Puteh District is a district (jajahan) in Kelantan, Malaysia. The town of Pasir Putih is situated on the bank of Semerak River, about 30 kilometers to the south of Kota Bharu. Pasir Puteh district borders Terengganu to its south-east. History[edit] Before this place was known as Pasir Puteh, it was known as Pangkalan Limbungan. The town of Pasir Puteh derived its name after Sultan Muhammad IV visited this place. The Sultan was very impressed to see the white sand shining along the riverbanks. Hence in 1911, the Sultan declared the name of this place as Pasir Puteh, which meant white sand
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Kelantan
Kelantan
Kelantan
(Malay pronunciation: [kəˈlantan]; Jawi: کلنتن; RTGS: Kalantan, Kelantanese: Kelate) is a state of Malaysia. The capital and royal seat is Kota Bharu. The honorific of the state is Darul Naim (Jawi: دار النعيم, "The Blissful Abode"). Kelantan is positioned in the north-east of Peninsular Malaysia. It is bordered by Narathiwat Province
Narathiwat Province
of Thailand
Thailand
to the north, Terengganu
Terengganu
to the south-east, Perak
Perak
to the west and Pahang
Pahang
to the south
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Malaysia
Coordinates: 2°30′N 112°30′E / 2.500°N 112.500°E / 2.500; 112.500MalaysiaFlagCoat of armsMotto: "Bersekutu Bertambah Mutu"[1] "Unity Is Strength"Anthem: Negaraku My CountryCapital Kuala Lumpur 3°8′N 101°41′E / 3.133°N 101.683°E / 3.133; 101.683 Putrajaya
Putrajaya
(administrative) 2°56′35″N 101°41′58″E / 2.9430952°N 101.699373°E / 2.9430952; 101.699373Largest city Kuala Lumpur 3°8′N 101°41′E / 3.133°N 101.683°E / 3.133; 101.683Official languages Malay[2]Official script MalayRecognis
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Penang
Penang
Penang
is a Malaysian state located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, by the Malacca
Malacca
Strait. It has two parts: Penang Island, where the capital city, George Town, is located, and Seberang Perai
Perai
(formerly Province Wellesley) on the Malay Peninsula
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AH46
Asian Highway 46 (AH46) is a route of the Asian Highway Network named Great Eastern Highway within India from its East Coast to West Coast - Hazirah-Surat-Jalgaon-Howrah(Kolkata) till AH2. The route also known as Indian National Highway NH 6.[1] This highway connects Hazira (Gujarat)-Surat-Dhule-Jalgaon-Akola-Amravati-Nagpur-Bhandara-Durg-Bhilai-Raipur-Mahasamund-Sambalpur (Odisha)- Debagarh - Kendujhar-Baharagora (Jharkhand)-Kharagpur-Howrah (Kolkata, West Bengal). Running more than 1,949 km (1,211 mi) from AH2 - Taj Express Way (Great Eastern High Way) in Howrah(West Bengal, India) to Hazira,(Gujarat, India). It passes different states through Raipur Mahasamund Chhattisgarh state and Nagpur in Maharashtra state of India
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G1011 Harbin–Tongjiang Expressway
The Harbin–Tongjiang Expressway (Chinese: 哈尔滨—同江高速公路), commonly referred to as the Hatong Expressway (Chinese: 哈同高速公路) is an expressway that connects the cities of Harbin, Heilongjiang, China, and Tongjiang, a county-level city in Jiamusi, Heilongjiang. It is completely in Heilongjiang Province. Also, this expressway has the same route as Asian Highway Network AH33.[2] The expressway is a spur or auxiliary line of the G10 Suifenhe–Manzhouli Expressway
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AH34
Asian Highway 34 (AH34) is an east–west route of the Asian Highway Network, running 1,033 km (642 miles) from Lianyungang, China, through four provinces: Jiangsu, Anhui, Henan, Shaanxi, ending at in Xi'an, Shaanxi
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AH368
Hong Kong Strategic Route and Exit Number System← Route 7Route 9 →Knitting bridges interchange of Route 8 and Route 3 at the border of Cheung Sha Wan and Lai Chi KokRoute 8 (Chinese: 八號幹線) of Hong Kong is a dual 3-lane carriageway motorway that links Lantau Island, Tsing Yi Island, Cheung Sha Wan in West Kowloon, and Sha Tin in the southeast New Territories of Hong Kong. It is a combination of many sections. The section from Lantau to Tsing Yi is made up of the existing North Lantau Highway and Lantau Link, which opened in 1997. Route 8 becomes Airport Road at Chek Lap Kok. The section between Tsing Yi and Cheung Sha Wan, formerly known as Route 9, is a 7.6-kilometre (4.7 mi) dual 3-lane expressway. This section consists of the Stonecutters Bridge, which spans the Rambler Channel from Stonecutters Island and links with the Lantau Link through the Nam Wan Tunnel and West Tsing Yi viaduct and was opened on 20 December 2009
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AH41
Asian Highway 41 (AH41) is a route of the Asian Highway Network, running 948 kilometres (589 mi) from Teknaf in Chittagong Division, Bangladesh to Mongla in Khulna Division, Bangladesh.[1][2] It passes only through Bangladesh to provide connectivity between Port of Chittagong and Port of Mongla- two busiest sea ports of Bangladesh. It also shares some portions with two longest routes of the Asian Highway Network- AH1 and AH2. Bangladesh[edit]AH2 and AH41 near Bangabandhu Bridge, Jamuna River, Bangladesh  N1: Teknaf — Cox's Bazar — Chittagong — Feni — Comilla — Dhaka  N3: Dhaka — Joydebpur  N4: Joydebpur — Tangail — Elenga N405 N405: Elenga — Hatikumrul N507 N507: Hatikumrul — Bonpara  N6: Bonpara — Dasuria N704 N704: Dasuria — Kushtia — Jhenaidah  N7: Jhenaidah — Jessore — Khulna — MonglaReferences[edit]^ Regional Road Connectivity Bangladesh Perspective (PDF)
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AH42
Asian Highway 42 (AH42) is a route of the Asian Highway Network, running 3,754 kilometres (2,333 mi) from AH5
AH5
in Lanzhou, China[1] to AH1
AH1
in Barhi, India.[2] It passes through the countries of China, Nepal,[3] and India
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AH43
Asian Highway 43 (AH43) is a route of the Asian Highway Network, running 3,024 kilometres (1,879 mi) from Asian Highway 1 in Agra, India[1] to Matara in Sri Lanka.[2] It passes through Indian cities of Agra
Agra
(AH1), Gwalior
Gwalior
(AH47), Nagpur (AH46), Hyderabad and Bangalore
Bangalore
(AH45, AH47), Madurai. The road briefly ends at Rameswaram
Rameswaram
before starting in Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka
at Talaimannar and passes through Mannar, Anuradhapura, Dambulla
Dambulla
(AH44), Kurunegala, Kandy, Colombo, Galle
Galle
and Matara. India[edit] The route shares some portions of various Indian National Highways: NH 3, NH 75, NH 26, NH 44
NH 44
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Asian Highway 45
AH45 is a route of the National Highway Network, running 2,030 kilometres (1,260 mi) from NH6 in Kolkata
Kolkata
to NH 43 and NH 47
NH 47
in Bangalore.[1] Route[edit] The route shares a large portion of various Indian National Highways; namely NH 6, NH 4, NH 16, NH 46, and NH 44.Left: NH 16 a part of Asian Highway 45
Asian Highway 45
at Visakhapatnam; Right: NH 44 a part of Asian Highway 45
Asian Highway 45
near BengaluruNH-16 near MangalagiriIt passes through Berhampur, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Jajpur, Bhadrak, Balasore, Baripada
Baripada
and ends at Jharpokharia, where it meets NH 6
NH 6
in Odisha
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AH64
Asian Highway 64 (AH64) is a road in the Asian Highway Network running 1666 km (1041 miles) from Petropavl, Kazakhstan to Barnaul, Russia connecting AH6 and AH62 to AH4
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