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Tateyama Expressway

The Tateyama Expressway is a national expressway in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by East Nippon Expressway Company. Tateyama refers to the city of the same name on a major city in the region. Though the Tateyama Expressway does not reach the city proper, its extension the Futtsu Tateyama Road terminates at a point just beyond the city boundary in Minamibōsō City; the expressway is referred to as the Higashi-Kantō Expressway Tateyama Route and the Higashi-Kantō Expressway Chiba Futtsu Route. Together with the Keiyō Road and Futtsu Tateyama Road, the expressway forms a link connecting the greater Tokyo area with southern Chiba Prefecture; the expressway has a junction with the Tokyo Bay Aqua-Line, creating the only direct road link connecting Chiba and Kanagawa Prefectures. The first section of the expressway was opened to traffic in 1995 and the entire route was completed in 2007; the section from Kimitsu Interchange to Futtsu-Takeoka Interchange is 2 lanes, while the remainder is 4 lanes.

IC - interchange, JCT - junction, SA - service area, PA - parking area, BS - bus stop, TN - tunnel, BR - bridge, TB - toll gate East Nippon Expressway Company

1971 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré

The 1971 Critérium du Dauphiné Libéré was the 23rd edition of the cycle race and was held from 18 May to 23 May 1971. The race finished at Montceau-les-Mines; the race was won by Eddy Merckx of the Molteni team. Nine teams, containing a total of 90 riders, participated in the race: "Todos contra Merckx en el "Dauphine Libere"". El Mundo Deportivo. 19 May 1971. P. 22. "Ciclismo". El Mundo Deportivo. 20 May 1971. P. 17. "Merckx sigue lider de la "Dauphine Libere"". El Mundo Deportivo. 21 May 1971. P. 18. "Labourdette ganó la cuarta etapa de la "Dauphine Liberee"". El Mundo Deportivo. 22 May 1971. P. 19. "Dauphine Liberé". El Mundo Deportivo. 23 May 1971. P. 19. "Ciclismo". El Mundo Deportivo. 24 May 1971. P. 28