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Guiyang aims for national comprehensive transportation hub

english.guiyang.gov.cn|Updated: 2021-11-29

Authorities in Southwest China's Guizhou province recently issued an implementation outline to promote the development of local transportation. 

The outline proposes helping the provincial capital of Guiyang develop into a national comprehensive transportation hub.

According to the outline, provincial authorities will accelerate research on the reconstruction and expansion of the Guiyang Logndongbao International Airport, enhance aviation support capacity, improve the fast aviation service network, and accelerate the development of the international transport network connecting the Guiyang Logndongbao International Airport with major international and domestic cities.

They will help Guiyang develop into a national postal express hub and speed up the construction of the Guiyang (including Gui'an New Area) urban rail transit network.

Major short-term and long-term provincial development goals have also been clarified in the outline.

By 2025, Guizhou should complete high-quality pilot tasks related to innovation in transportation investment and financing models, smart transportation development, and the integrated development of transportation and tourism. 

The density of railways, highways, and airports should rank among the forefront of West China, and an integrated, convenient and efficient passenger and freight transportation service system should be basically established by then.

By 2035, the province aims to establish a modern and high-quality comprehensive transportation network that is convenient, economical, efficient, eco-friendly, intensive, intelligent, advanced, safe and reliable.

Local urban residents can all be within half an hour of a highway and within an hour of a high-speed railway and airport. Intercity rail transit systems will provide public transportation services, and a one-stop modern freight logistics system with one-hour collection and distribution services will be established.

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