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China National Highway 107

Route information
Length: 2,698 km (1,676 mi)
Major junctions
From: Beijing
To: Shenzhen
Highway system
A kilometre marker on G107 in Xianning prefecture-level city, south of Wuhan

China's National Highway 107 runs from Beijing to Shenzhen via Wuhan. It runs to approximately 2,698 km, and, on a map, runs broadly on a straight line from Beijing to Guangzhou.

In between, the highway runs parallel to national highways 105 and 106.

Route and distance

Toll gate in Xianning, Hubei
Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Beijing, Beijing 0
Fangshan District, Beijing 24
Zhuozhou, Hebei 72
Gaobeidian, Hebei 97
Dingxing, Hebei 105
Xushui, Hebei 136
Baoding, Hebei 162
Wangdu, Hebei 196
Dingzhou, Hebei 225
Xinle, Hebei 261
Zhengding, Hebei 285
Shijiazhuang, Hebei 304
Gaoyi, Hebei 365
Xingtai, Hebei 437
Handan, Hebei 497
Ci County, Hebei 528
Anyang, Henan 558
Tangyin, Henan 580
Qi County, Hebi, Henan 620
Zhengzhou, Henan 753
Xinzheng, Henan 800
Changge, Henan 822
Xuchang, Henan 848
Linying, Henan 877
Luohe, Henan 907
Xiping, Henan 939
Suiping, Henan 969
Zhumadian, Henan 992
Queshan, Henan 1014
Xinyang, Henan 1096
Xiaochang, Hubei 1205
Xiaogan, Hubei 1256
Wuhan, Hubei 1333
Xianning, Hubei 1427
Chibi, Hubei 1476
Linxiang, Hunan 1535
Yueyang, Hunan 1580
Changsha, Hunan 1734
Xiangtan, Hunan 1784
Xiangtan County, Hunan 1793
Hengshan, Hunan 1859
Hengyang, Hunan 1925
Leiyang, Hunan 1992
Chenzhou, Hunan 2075
Yizhang, Hunan 2126
Lianzhou, Guangdong 2256
Yangshan County, Guangdong 2328
Qingxin, Guangdong 2451
Qingyuan, Guangdong 2454
Huadu, Guangdong 2502
Guangzhou, Guangdong 2529
Dongguan, Guangdong 2590
Bao'an, Guangdong 2656
Nanshan, Guangdong 2662
Shenzhen, Guangdong 2698

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