New road in China causing problems

June 8, 2017

A new motorway in China is driving people crazy as they get lost in a maze of roads.

The amazing interchange has five suspended levels and cars going in all directions.

After eight years of construction, the interchange was completed last week on the outskirts of Chongqing, a large city in southwest China.

The new structure has five layers of traffic, with the highest 37 metres above ground.

A total of 15 ramps have been built to allow vehicles to move from one level to another.

There have been some interesting comments on the internet regarding the new layout.

“My GPS told me: Go where you want and leave me alone!”
“Chongqing, the city that you’ll never leave.”

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Ramps, 37 meters above ground? that wouldn't go well.


Why does china have to be so complicated?


I think that out of all the countries in the world, it has to be China who does, this doesn't it! One of the most polluted countries of the world i think that they have gone more than a little over the top! Someone should tell them to stop!

Little annoyance

That can't be good for the planet.
I never thought this world could be so smokey!


i thingk china makes alot of things


37 meters wow


37 meters


it is a big as problem