Chongqing is a mountainous city in Southwest China, with many overpasses built to ease traffic pressure. It’s estimated that there were 215 overpasses in the city by the end of 2016.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of it becoming the fourth municipality, after Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai.
The five-storey Huangjuewan Flyover structure, connecting more than 20 ramps, is the largest, most complicated, functional hub interchange in China’s southwest area.
It has attracted widespread attention since its construction began in 2009.
The flyover depicted as “the city’s blood vessel”, links roads in eight directions, including Guangyang Isle, Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport, Grand Buddha Temple Bridge, Chaotianmen Bridge, Danzishi, Sigongli and the Tea Garden area.