Beijing Transport

12 highways radiate from Beijing to the following major cities: Shenyang, Tianjin, Harbin, Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Nanjing, Fuzhou and Kunming and all parts of China. Beijing also has 8 national expressways: Jing – Ha Expressway (G1), Jing – Jin – Tang Expressway (G2), Jing – Tai Expressway (G3), Jing – Shi Expressway (G4), Jing – Kun Expressway (G5), Jing – Zang Expressway (G6), Jing – Xin Expressway (G7) and the Da – Guang Expressway (G45). There are altogether 20 long-distance bus stations in Beijing.

Telephone Numbers of the Major Long-Distance Bus Stations in Beijing

Dongzhimen Office: 010-64673094

Liuliqiao Office: 010-83831716

Bawangfen Office: 010-87718844

Lianhuachi Office: 010-63322354, 63464027

Muxiyuan Office: 010-67267149

Beijiaozhan Office: 010-82846760

Sihuizhan Office: 010-65574804

Yongdingmen Office 010-83109307

Xinfadi Office: 010-83728005

Beijing Capital Airport Coach Station Office: 010-64558718

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