Hubei Transportation

Since ancient times, Hubei Province is the center of China’s transportation as it located in South-central China. Inland water transport plans an important role inside Hubei Province. Thank for the Yangtze River and Han River, the network of water transport covers more than half parts of the province. No better by air, by railway, by highway and by waterway, you can feel the convenience the network of highways brings to you.

Among the six railway lines run through Hubei Province, the busiest one is Jing-Guang line from Beijing to Guangzhou. The capital city of Hubei Province is Wuhan. Travelers can catch trains to get to every where in the province through these railway lines. In addition to, there are trans to Beijing, Zhengzhou, Tianjin, Luoyang, Chongqing, Xi’an, Kunming, Guiyang, Changsha, Guangzhou, Liuzhou, Nanchang and Shijiazhuang are available in Wuhan. With the help of so many routes, you can save your time to enjoy the scenery instead of on the way.

Compared with some other provinces in China, the network of highway in Hubei Province is relatively integrated. The highways in the province cover mountainous areas centering the cities in Hubei, and they also play a significant role in linking the railway and water transport. In a word, it is really bring the convenience to the visitors.

Among the six airports in Hubei Province, the airports in Wuhan, Jingzhou, Yichang, Xiangfan, and Laohekou, you can choose anyone of them to travel. There are International Airport in Wuhan City-the Tianhe Airport, which is the largest airport in Central China. It has opened several international airlines except for domestic airlines which cover most large and middle cities in China, Beijing, Tianjin, Qinhuangdao, Shenzhen, Haikou, Guilin, Hong Kong included. There are also international airlines link Hubei to Gukuota in Japanese, Seoul and Cheju in South Korea, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Phuket in Thailand, with so many choice, what you need do is just choose one of them.

Owing to the section of the Yangtze River running through Hubei Province, it is more than 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) long. Taking advantage of it, Hubei Province has advanced waterway transportation. Some legs are mainly offer transportation services, while others serve passenger liners during the les from Yichang to Chongqing.

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