A website, like a newspaper, that gives users the ability to find out about a specific highway or section of a highway.
The portal is called the HighwayInformation Portal, and it’s one of many government portals that are popular in China.
But, while it is an important tool, the information it contains is often a little too vague and confusing.
HIAP was established in 2010, and the portal was intended to help drivers navigate the country’s complicated information environment.
When the portal launched, it was a relatively unknown website in China, and there was very little public information available about the website.
But it’s slowly but surely becoming more popular and more popular users have begun to discover it.
How does the portal work?
The website was designed to help people find information about roads, highways, and sections of highways that are currently under construction or planned.
The portal has a number of tabs that allow users to navigate through information on various sections of roads, as well as highways that have already been built.
There’s also an interactive map, which can be used to map the location of each section of road.
One of the most popular sections of information on the website is the map.
There are different maps for various sections, including the one that shows which parts of a particular road are currently being built.
This map shows the approximate location of some roads in China’s most populated areas, like Beijing, and in the regions surrounding them.
A map of the country showing the location and current state of various parts of the China road network.
Another map, showing the exact route of roads that are being constructed or are under construction.
Some of the different sections of the highway information portal, showing some of the road projects that have been planned and which sections of road will be built.