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China National Highway 303

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China National Highway 303

National Highway 303
Route information
Length: 1,263 km (785 mi)
Major junctions
From: Ji'an, Jilin
To: Xilinhot, Inner Mongolia
Highway system
Transport in China

China National Highway 303 (G303) runs from Ji'an, Jilin to Xilinhot, Inner Mongolia. It is 1,263 kilometres in length and runs northwest from Ji'an through Jilin and Liaoning and ends in Inner Mongolia.

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Ji'an, Jilin 0
Tonghua, Jilin 100
Liuhe County, Jilin 200
Meihekou, Jilin 230
Dongfeng County, Jilin 253
Liaoyuan, Jilin 299
Dongliao, Jilin 306
Pinggang, Liaoning 333
Tiande, Liaoning 351
Border of Jilin 376
Siping, Jilin 385
Bamiancheng, Liaoning
Fujia Town, Liaoning
Sanjiangkou, Liaoning
Shuangliao, Jilin 478
Tongliao, Inner Mongolia 597
Kailu, Inner Mongolia 690
Ar Horqin Banner, Inner Mongolia 805
Bairin Left Banner, Inner Mongolia 870
Bairin Right Banner, Inner Mongolia 956
Linxi County, Inner Mongolia 1017
Hexigten Qi, Inner Mongolia 1082
Xilinhot, Inner Mongolia 1263

See also

External links

  • Official website of Ministry of Transport of PRC

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