China National Highways of Beijing

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The China National Highways of Beijing article focuses on Beijing, as a national transport hub, is the starting point for eleven of the twelve series-100 China National Highways. These are major (some toll) truck routes, primarily intended to connect Beijing with the rest of China.

China National Highway 112, despite being a series-100 China National Highway, does not begin Beijing, but begins in Gaobeidian and forms a long ring route.

The 'G' in front of the highway route numbers stands for (pinyin: guó), meaning nation or country.

Beijing routes[edit]

The eleven China National Highway routes depart from Beijing in a spread of compass directions:

813 kilometres of the system lies within Beijing municipality.

Tiananmen is considered "km 0" for all China National Highways.