Transportation

Railway
Changsha is a national transportation hub. The Beijing-Guangzhou Railway runs through the north and south of the city, and the Shanghai-Kunming Railway connects the east and west. The Beijing-Guangzhou High-speed Railway meets the Shanghai-Kunming High-speed Railway at Changsha south Railway Station. In addition, there is a connection between Changsha and Changde Shimen - the Shichang Railway. The Chongqing - Changsha - Xiamen Railway will be developed from Changsha West Railway Station.


Highway
By the end of 2010, the length of expressways in Changsha had reached 15,306.54 km, and the density of expressways had reached 129.51 km / 100 km2, of which the total length of expressways was 286.94 km.In addition, there are 3 national roads, 14 provincial roads and 106 county roads, with a total mileage of 12,346.90 km. The expressways connecting and running through Changsha are Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao, Changyong, Changji, Changzhang, Changtan-west, Changsha ring Expressway, Airport and Changzhu-Zhuzhou Expressway, etc. Changsha is connected by 106, 107 and 319 national roads.


Airport
Changsha's Civil Airport has Changsha Huanghua International Airport, Datuopu Airport. Among them, Changsha Huanghua International Airport is located in the eastern suburbs of Huanghua town, Changsha county about 22 kilometers from the city with Changsha airport expressway and Changyong expressway direct. The airport provides direct flights to 75 major cities in China and overseas cities such as Hong Kong, Bangkok, Seoul, busan and Osaka. In early 2009, direct flights were launched to Taipei, Singapore and Kaohsiung.

Water Transport
Changsha Port can connect the Yangtze River to the sea, and has navigation with Nanjing, Shanghai, Lianyungang and other ports along the Yangtze River. Changsha Terminal Transport Center every day ferry passengers to Yiyang, Tianjin, Maocaojie, Changde, Moutao street, Xiangtan, Xiangyin, Yueyang and other places. In addition, Changsha has the Xiangjiang River thousand tonnage class channel and has the national biggest inland river main hub port - - the Xia Ning New Port. The first and second phases have been completed, with a port handling capacity of over 11 million tons, including 360,000 teus of international containers and 3.5 million tons of heavy groceries.

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