National Route 466
|Length||18.4 km (11.4 mi)|
|Existed||6 May 1993–present|
|North end||National Route 246 at Setagaya, Tokyo|
|South end||Mitsuzawa Route at Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama|
|Seta Intersection||National Route 246||0.0||From here to Tamagawa Interchange is commonly known (and signed) as Kanpachi-Dori||Setagaya||Tokyo|
|Tamagawa Interchange||Met. Route 311 (Kanjō Hachigō Route)||1.8||Northern terminus of the Daisan Keihin Road||Setagaya||Tokyo|
|Kohoku||Yokohama North Route||12.5||Tsuzuki-ku, Shin Yokohama||Kanagawa|
|Hodogaya|| Mitsuzawa Route
|Through to Mitsuzawa Route, Yokohama Shindō, Yokohama Yokosuka Road, Hodogaya Bypass|
|第三京浜道路 (Daisan Keihin Dōro)|
|Maintained by East Nippon Expressway Company|
|Length||16.6 km (10.3 mi)|
|National Route 466|
|North end||Setagaya, Tokyo|
National Route 466 / Tokyo Metropolitan Route 311
|South end||Kanagawa-ku, Yokohama|
Yokohama Shindo / National Route 466
A major part of the National Route 466 is known as the Daisan Keihin Road (第三京浜道路, Daisan Keihin Dōro), a limited access toll road connecting Tokyo and Yokohama. It is managed by the East Nippon Expressway Company. In addition to its designation as National Route 466, the Daisan Keihin Road is signed as a part of E83 under the "2016 Proposal for Realization of Expressway Numbering".
The toll road has three lanes traveling in each direction along the entire 16.6-kilometer (10.3 mi) route. The speed limit is set at 80 km/h along most of the toll road, the only exceptions to this limit is at the termini of the route where the limit is set at 60 km/h.
In short, the tolls average at a cost of 50 to 100 yen per exit. To drive the entire route costs ¥390 for standard-sized cars.