The project was designed and constructed according to the standard of two-way six-lane expressway with a total length of 153 km. It was opened for operation in December 2003. The project runs through Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou and other cities, and is a major traffic artery connecting the Pearl River Delta city cluster. The average daily traffic flow ranks among the top in China. As the first expressway project invested by private enterprises in Guangdong Province, it sets an example for domestic private enterprises to participate in national infrastructure construction.
The project is designed and constructed according to the standard of two-way eight-lane expressway, with a total length of about 90 km, which was opened for operation in December 2013. As the shortest, widest and most beautiful Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Riverside expressway connecting the pearl River Delta core cities of Guangzhou, Dongguan, Shenzhen and Hong Kong, it is the most convenient and important transportation hub connecting the western passage of Hong Kong and the core area of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
The project is designed and constructed according to the standard of two-way four-lane expressway, with a total length of about 18 kilometers. It was opened for operation in February 2015, which is the first cross-sea bridge in Huizhou, and the only high-speed channel across the Niunping Peninsula, realizing the local people's livelihood dream of "a bridge from north to south, a natural cutting to the open road". Niunping Peninsula Expressway (Phase II of the project) is under preparation in Huidong Ring, with a total length of about 49 kilometers and an estimated total investment of 10 billion yuan. It is scheduled to be put into operation in 2022.