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China National Highway 105

National Highway 105
105国道
Route information
Length: 2,717 km (1,688 mi)
Major junctions
From: Beijing
To: Zhuhai
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 105 (G105) runs from Beijing to Zhuhai, via Langfang, Chuangzhou, Dezhou, Donge, Jining, Shuangyou, Fuyang, Liuan, Jiujiang, Nanchang, Ji'an and Guangzhou. It runs to approximately 2,717 km, and, on a map, runs broadly on a straight line from Beijing to Guangzhou.

Through the Lotus Bridge it is connected to Macau.

On 22 July 2011, a bus caught fire on the highway, killing 41 people.[1]

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Beijing, Beijing 0
Langfang, Hebei 56
Xiqing District, Tianjin 118
Jinghai, Tianjin 149
Qing County, Hebei 202
Cangzhou, Hebei 238
Botou, Hebei 278
Dongguang, Hebei 300
Wuqiao, Hebei 331
Dezhou, Shandong 355
Gaotang, Shandong 422
Dong'e, Shandong 483
Pingyin, Shandong 509
Dongping, Shandong 552
Wenshang, Shandong 578
Jining, Shandong 617
Jinxiang, Shandong 664
Shan County, Shandong 702
Shangqiu, Henan 760
Suiyang District, Henan 766
Bozhou, Anhui 828
Taihe County, Anhui 913
Fuyang, Anhui 951
Liu'an, Anhui 1143
Huoshan, Anhui 1189
Yuexi County, Anhui
Susong, Anhui 1427
Huangmei County, Hubei 1450
Jiujiang, Jiangxi 1507
Lushan District, Jiangxi 1542
De'an, Jiangxi 1583
Nanchang, Jiangxi 1685
Fengcheng, Jiangxi 1749
Zhangshu, Jiangxi 1775
Xingan County, Jiangxi 1815
Xiajiang, Jiangxi 1835
Jishui, Jiangxi 1884
Ji'an, Jiangxi 1907
Taihe County, Jiangxi 1953
Suichuan, Jiangxi 2029
Ganzhou, Jiangxi 2029
Xinfeng County, Jiangxi 2194
Lianping, Guangdong 2349
Xinfeng County, Guangdong 2404
Guangzhou, Guangdong 2575
Shunde, Guangdong 2629
Zhongshan, Guangdong 2705
Zhuhai, Guangdong 2717

See also

References

  1. ^ "China: Bus fire in Henan kills dozens".  
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