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China National Highway 208

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China National Highway 208

National Highway 208
208国道
Route information
Length: 990 km (620 mi)
Major junctions
From: Erenhot, Inner Mongolia
To: Changzhi, Shanxi
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 208 (G208) runs from Erenhot, Inner Mongolia to Changzhi, Shanxi province. It is 990 kilometres in length and runs south from Erenhot towards Shanxi province.

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Erenhot, Inner Mongolia 0
Sonid Youqi, Inner Mongolia 114
Sonid Zuoqi (Mandalt), Inner Mongolia 285
Jining, Inner Mongolia 348
Qahar Youyi Qianqi, Inner Mongolia 379
Fengzhen, Inner Mongolia 445
Datong, Shanxi 490
Huairen, Shanxi 532
Shanyin, Shanxi 574
Yangmingbao, Shanxi 642
Yuanping, Shanxi 678
Xinzhou, Shanxi 711
Yangqu, Shanxi 754
Taiyuan, Shanxi 775
Xiaodianqu, Shanxi 788
Qinxian, Shanxi 907
Changzhi, Shanxi 990

See also

External links

  • Official website of Ministry of Transport of PRC

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