China National Highway 102

National Highway 102
Route information
Length: 1,297 km (806 mi)
Major junctions
From: Beijing
To: Harbin, Heilongjiang
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 102 is a major trunk route connecting Beijing to Harbin, Heilongjiang. In Beijing it is known as Jingha Road (京哈路), after the two cities' names, for connecting Beijing to Harbin.

It leaves Beijing as the Jingtong Expressway and Tongzhou–Yanjiao Expressway into Hebei Province (they are rare occurrences that sections of National Highways are built to National Expressway standards). It then runs alongside the Beijing–Shenyang Expressway along the coast until Shenyang, Liaoning, and then along the Shenyang–Harbin Expressway until Harbin.

China National Highway 102 is 1,297 km (806 mi) in length. It runs through the provinces of Hebei, Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang. It connects major cities of Qinhuangdao, Shenyang, Changchun and Harbin.

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Beijing, Beijing 0
Sanhe, Hebei 64
Yutian County, Hebei 124
Fengrun, Hebei 157
Lulong, Hebei 224
Funing County, Hebei 257
Shanhaiguan, Hebei 306
Suizhong, Liaoning 371
Xingcheng, Liaoning 418
Lianshan District, Liaoning 442
Jinzhou, Liaoning 502
Linghai, Liaoning 526
Beizhen, Liaoning 604
Heishan, Liaoning 635
Xinmin, Liaoning 709
Shenyang, Liaoning 777
Xinchengzi District, Liaoning 806
Tieling, Liaoning 853
Kaiyuan, Liaoning 885
Changtu, Liaoning 918
Siping, Jilin 985
Gongzhuling, Jilin 1032
Changchun, Jilin 1091
Shuangcheng, Heilongjiang 1297

See also

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