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Guiyang Transportation

Get in Guiyang

The Guiyang Longdongbao Airport, a newly completed international airport in Guiyang , was launched into service on May 28, 1997.Now, air routes had been opened to link up Guiyang with 32 cities including Hong Kong , Beijing , Guangzhou , Shenzhen , Shanghai , Chengdu , Chongqing , Kunming , Guilin , Xiamen , Xian , Haihou, Changsha and Wuhan .
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Trains are the major form of transportation in Guiyang, and is a railway hub in southwest China. There are four high-speed railway lines to and from Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Kunming, and Changsha and that will commence operations within the next few years. The high speed railway lines will provide rapid freight service from two rail yards, and passenger service from a new high-speed railway station, called Guiyang North Railway Station, in the city's Guanshanhu District.

Guiyang is located at the junction of four major segments of the national highway grid: the Gui-Huang, Gui-Zun, Gui-Bi, and Gui-Xin Expressways.

Guiyang has several bus stations, most of the long distance buses depart from downtown. There are frequency buses heading for the cities inside and outside Guizhou Province, Tourist Bus Station operates shuttle buses to the main tourists attractions inside Guizhou Province.

Get around 

Three major horizontal roads and three vertical ones constitue the mordern transportation networks of Guiyang city, with about 20 interchanges of various functions. There are about 1600 public buses running along 108 different bus routes in the city, covering all the city area and the three suburbs. All the buses are self service

Metered taxis are everywhere. A taxi in Guiyang charges at least 10 RMB. You had better get some idea about how far away your destination is before you go out, as some of the drivers may charge more.