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China National Highway 316


China National Highway 316

National Highway 316
Route information
Length: 2,915 km (1,811 mi)
Major junctions
From: Fuzhou in Fujian
To: Lanzhou in Gansu
Highway system
Transport in China
Toll plaza on the combined G106/G316 in Futu, Huangshi Municipality, Hubei

China National Highway 316 (G316) runs from Fuzhou in Fujian to Lanzhou in Gansu, via Nanchang (in Jiangxi) and Wuhan (in Hubei). It is 2915 kilometres in length. The highway crosses the provinces of Gansu, Shaanxi, Hubei, Jiangxi, and Fujian.

In Gansu, from Lanzhou to the junction at Huichuan Town (in Weiyuan County, Gansu, 35 or so km south of Lintao), G316 also doubles as China National Highway 212. On much of this section (Lanzhou to Lintao) it's been converted to an expressway, designated G75 (the Linhai Expressway).

In south-eastern Hubei (from Ezhou to the junction on the Jiangxi border) the G316 doubles as China National Highway 106.

The Fushui River viewed from the highway

Route and distance

Route and distance
City Distance (km)
Fuzhou, Fujian 0
Minqing, Fujian 72
Nanping, Fujian 187
Shunchang, Fujian 256
Shaowu, Fujian 384
Guangze, Fujian 418
Zixi, Jiangxi 467
Jinxi, Jiangxi 533
Linchuan, Jiangxi 581
Nanchang, Jiangxi 668
Daye, Hubei 953
Tieshanqu, Hubei 970
Ezhou, Hubei 1004
Wuhan, Hubei 1074
Xiaogan, Hubei 1151
Yunmeng, Hubei 1171
Anlu, Hubei 1200
Suizhou, Hubei 1268
Zaoyang, Hubei 1344
Xiangyang, Hubei 1408
Laohekou, Hubei 1486
Danjiangkou, Hubei 1510
Shiyan, Hubei 1610
Baihe, Shaanxi 1703
Xunyang, Shaanxi 1815
Ankang, Shaanxi 1874
Hanyin, Shaanxi 1938
Shiquan, Shaanxi 1978
Xixiang, Shaanxi 2050
Chenggu, Shaanxi 2113
Hanzhong, Shaanxi 2144
Liuba, Shaanxi 2231
Feng County, Shaanxi 2306
Liangdang, Gansu 2341
Hui County, Gansu 2385
Tianshui, Gansu 2532
Gangu, Gansu 2593
Wushan, Gansu 2636
Longxi, Gansu 2694
Weiyuan, Gansu 2737
Lintao, Gansu 2811
Lanzhou, Gansu 2915

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