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Shanghai Transportation

Shanghai is an international metropolis with very convenient public transportations. There are several different transfer
means available, such as the metro, the train, the bus, taxi,
flights, the maglev train. So far, 11 metro lines run in Shanghai.
And the bullet trains to many other cities are accessible. Also,
both of Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao airports receives many
national or international flights from all over the world. You may
choose the vehicle that suits you properly. 

Shanghai is an international metropolis with very convenient public transportations. There are several different transfer
means available, such as the metro, the train, the bus, taxi,
flights, the maglev train. So far, 11 metro lines run in Shanghai.
And the bullet trains to many other cities are accessible. Also,
both of Shanghai Pudong and Hongqiao airports receives many
national or international flights from all over the world. You may
choose the vehicle that suits you properly. 

There are over 1,000 bus lines (including downtown and suburban lines )run by more than 10 bus companies with Dazhong, Qiangsheng, Bashi for the largest in the past. Public buses in Shanghai are a very convenient yet very safest and cheapest way to get around in the city of Shanghai. But it might be a...
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Shanghai metro is the third urban rail transit system only after Beijing and Tianjin metro in China’s mainland. The metro system in Shanghai includes subway, light railway lines and maglev Trains. By now, there has been 11 metro lines (including the Maglev Train) and 267 stops put into operation in Shanghai rail transit network, and...
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Opened on July 1st of 2010, Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is a highly modernized traffic transit hub in China ans also one of the largest rail hubs in Asia. Hongqiao Railway Station is located in west Shanghai, adjacent to Terminal 2 of Hongqiao International Airport. As Shanghai’s comprehensive transportation hub, it consists of high-speed trains...
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Shanghai South Railway Station is located in the southwestern of Xuhui District. Designed by the French company AREP, the whole building is featured by a large round steel structure. Most trains in Shanghai South Railway Station travels to cities of Zhejiang Province including Hangzhou, Shaoxing, Ningbo, Jinhua and Wenzhou and most of the cities in...
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Located in Zhabei District, Shanghai Railway Station is called as the New Railway Station by local people, with the largest volume of passenger flow. It is an integrated station which provides all kinds of scheduled trains running to many other cities of inland such as Beijing, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, and Changsha etc. Shanghai Railway...
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Shanghai is the one and the only mainland city in China that has two airports – Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport. Shanghai Pudong airport is located in Pudong New Zone, east of Huangpu River, about 30km from the city center, in the west suburbs of Shanghai, while Shanghai Hongqiao Airport is...
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Shanghai is the only city in China that has the maglev train available. It is also the first high speed maglev train that put into commercial operation.This rain runs between Long Yang Station of the subway line 2 and Shanghai Pudong Airport(PVG). Totally 30 kilo meters in route and it only takes 7 minutes 20 seconds for the one-way riding. As the second fastest public transportation, the maglev train was designed to run at the speed of 430 kilo meters per hour and it actually runs at 380 kilo meters per hour. To ensure the safety of passengers, the window of the maglev train is installed with the decelerating glass. Also, the edge contact of the decelerating glass and the train body has the radian deformation which affects the passengers’ vision to make them feel the speed is not so high.
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