Transport around Shanghai
Shanghai Pudong International Airport (Shanghai Pudong International Airport, IATA Code: PVG, ICAO Code: ZSPD), located in Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China coastal zone, an area of 40 square kilometers, built in 1999, before the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the expansion project put into use.
Shanghai Pudong Airport is one of two major international airport, about 30 kilometers from the center of Shanghai, about 52 km away from Hongqiao Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport, Hong Kong International Airport, adding that China's three major international airports. 2014 passenger throughput of 51,661,800 passengers.
Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport (ICAO airport code: ZSSS; IATA airport code: SHA), referred to as "the Hongqiao Airport", located in the western suburbs of Shanghai, only 13km from the city center, the building area of 510,000 square meters.
As of December 2015, Shanghai Rail Transit Line opened a total of 14 (1-13 line on the 16th line), the whole line length of 617 km network operators, (excluding Shanghai Maglev Train, No. 3/4 Station 366 a total of nine stations line segment operating distance does not double counting, the number of multi-station line transfer stations are counted separately), and there are five lines extend planning four new route plan. Rail mileage denominated implemented by a multi-stage fare, from 0 to 6 km 3 yuan, an increase after six kilometers 10 kilometers per $ 1. Fare calculation method using the shortest path, that is: when there is more than one transfer path between the two sites, the city selected as the shortest path between two stations fare calculation basis.
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