|Appears in||Mario Kart Wii|
The first portion of the course is set in the outskirts of a city, being highly reminiscent of a touge. This leads through a toll booth into the highway section of the track, which contains multiple boost pads and several tricky turns. The traffic is constant throughout the track; cars, trucks, and Bob-omb Cars are persistent obstacles, seeming to increase with each lap. The former two can flatten racers in a head-on collision and bowl them over in a side or rear collision. Bob-omb Cars are dangerous due to explosions every time they're hit by a racer. The music is very much like fast city jazz. There is piano and a jazzy saxophone that plays fast harmonies. At a point of the track you will always hear a police cop siren passing by. You will also always hear a train going over the bridge which you drive under and, like the police car, it cannot be seen. Traffic travels in both directions. In normal mode, traffic drives on the left side, while in mirror mode, this is reversed and traffic drives on the right side. As you enter the city and there are two lanes, cars and trucks can also change between these lanes at will. The world record for this race is 01:44.120 - it was won by someone in the USA.
- At the toll booths you can see the player's Miis in them.