G1 Beijing–Harbin Expressway

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  • Peking
  • Hebei
  • Liaoning
  • Jilin
  • Heilongjiang

The Beijing - Harbin highway or Jingha highway (京哈高速Chinese, Pinyin Jing -Ha Gaosu Gonglu, English Jingha Expressway), Ch: Abbr G1, is a 1240 km long highway in China, the capital Beijing in the north with the northeastern Chinese city of Harbin connects millions. The highway was opened between 1999 and 2001.

The highway runs from Beijing over the cities of Tangshan and Qinhuangdao in Hebei Province, Jinzhou and Shenyang in Liaoning Province and Changchun and Siping in Jilin Province before reaching the capital of Heilongjiang, Harbin province.

The name Jing -Ha京 哈is a combination of the last character of Peking (Beijing) and the sign Ha, which stands for Harbin.