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Highway system  Asian Highway Network

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Asian Highway 7 (AH7) is a route in the Asian Highway Network. It runs from Yekaterinburg, Russia to Karachi, Pakistan. All together, it is 5,868 km (3,646 mi) long. It passes from Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan.


Map of AH7, Kunduz, Afghanistan

The AH7 shares its route between Merke (Kazakhstan) and Kara-Balta (Kyrgyzstan) about a hundred kilometers along with the AH5. In Kabul (Afghanistan) AH7 stops, but reaches to the city of Kandahar though AH1, where the AH7 resumes its route towards Pakistan.

According to the manual of the Asian Highway Project in 2002 almost the entire route is paved. Only a distance of 72 km in Kyrgyzstan and a piece of 83 kilometers in Tajikistan are unpaved. As of 2017, the entire route in Kyrgyzstan is paved.

In Pakistan AH7 (N25 - Pakistan Road Networks) enters at Chaman. It passes through Qila Abdullah, Quetta, Mastung, Kalat, Khuzdar, Uthal, Goth Hussain and Hub, ending at Karachi. In Pakistan N25 is also called RCD (Regional Cooperation for Development) Highway.


  • M5 Highway: Yekaterinburg - Chelyabinsk
  • A310 A310 Road (M36 M36 Highway before 2010): Chelyabinsk - Troisk
  • Kazakhstan

  • M36 Highway: Karaek - Kostanai - Astana - Karaganda - Burubaytal
  • P29 Road - Merke
  • Merke - Chaldovar
  • Kyrgyzstan

  • Chaldovar - Kara-Balta
  • Kara-Balta - Osh
  • Uzbekistan

  • Osh - Andijon - Tashkent
  • Tashkent - Khavast
  • Tajikistan

  • Khavast - Khujand - Dushanbe - Panji Poyon
  • Afghanistan

  • Shirkhan - Pol-e Khomri - Jabal Saraj - Kabul
  • Kabul–Kandahar Highway: Kabul - Kandahar
  • Kandahar - Spin Boldak
  • Pakistan

  • Chaman — Quetta — Kalat — Karachi
  • References

    AH7 Wikipedia