China National Highway 108

National Highway 108
108国道
Major junctions
From: Beijing
To: Kunming
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 108 (G108) is a National Highway which connects Beijing through Chengdu to Kunming. In Beijing it is known as Jingyuan Road.

It leaves Beijing at Fuxingmen and heads for Yamenkou, before heading into hillier terrain and leaving Beijing altogether. Both Tanzhe Temple and Jietai Temple are located nearby.

The section to the 4th Ring Road (Beijing) is under construction as a city express road, and the same applies for the stretch to the 6th Ring Road.

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Beijing, Beijing 0
Laiyuan County, Hebei 253
Fanshi, Shanxi 420
Dai County, Shanxi 451
Yuanping, Shanxi 496
Xinzhou, Shanxi 529
Yangqu, Shanxi 572
Taiyuan, Shanxi 593
Jinzhong, Shanxi 620
Taigu, Shanxi 656
Qi County, Shanxi 678
Pingyao, Shanxi 695
Jiexiu, Shanxi 720
Lingshi, Shanxi 747
Huozhou, Shanxi 785
Linfen, Shanxi 848
Xiangfen, Shanxi 873
Quwo, Shanxi 907
Houma, Shanxi 917
Jishan, Shanxi 953
Hejin, Shanxi 980
Hancheng, Shaanxi 1025
Heyang, Shaanxi 1076
Dali County, Shaanxi 1140
Weinan, Shaanxi 1198
Xi'an, Shaanxi 1253
Zhouzhi, Shaanxi 1321
Yang County, Shaanxi 1557
Chenggu, Shaanxi 1581
Hanzhong, Shaanxi 1612
Mian County, Shaanxi 1656
Zitong, Sichuan 1995
Mianyang, Sichuan 2052
Luojiang, Sichuan 2089
Deyang, Sichuan 2116
Guanghan, Sichuan 2135
Xindu, Sichuan 2157
Chengdu, Sichuan 2176
Shuangliu, Sichuan 2190
Xinjin, Sichuan 2212
Qionglai, Sichuan 2249
Mingshan, Sichuan 2304
Ya'an, Sichuan 2324
Yingjing, Sichuan 2369
Hanyuan, Sichuan 2483
Shimian, Sichuan 2535
Mianning, Sichuan 2643
Xichang, Sichuan 2724
Huili, Sichuan 2909
Yongren, Yunnan 3068
Yuanmou, Yunnan 3129
Wuding, Yunnan 3230
Luquan, Yunnan 3240
Fumin, Yunnan 3293
Kunming, Yunnan 3331

See also

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