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Wuxi is the major transport hub in east China with the formation of a three-dimensional transportation network composed of the integration of railway, highway, waterway and aviation.


The Wuxi Railway Station is located in the north of Wuxi City. There are trains to Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Nanjing and Hangzhou. By rail, Wuxi is conveniently situated on the Nanjing-Shanghai Railway, linking it directly with the provincial capital of Nanjing (1.5 hours train-ride) and China's economic hub, Shanghai (45 minutes train-ride) and the fifth biggest economic hub, top tourist destination Suzhou (24 minutes train-ride). K-series trains all stop at Wuxi.


AirWuxi City is served by the Shuofang domestic airport. There are air connections between Wuxi City and other large cities in the country. Wuxi has relatively convenient connection with countries abroad because owing to the developed and convenient highway traffic arteries between Wuxi and Shanghai, Nanjing.

Wuxi City is 120 km away from the Hongqiao international airport of Shanghai City, is 180 km away from the Pudong international airport of Shanghai City and is 180 km away from the Lukou international airport of Nanjing City.

There is a shuttle service between the city center and the Shuofang airport. The bus pick-up spot is at the Wuxi United Airliners located near the Hangyun Mansion, No.5 Yunhe West Road. The passenger transport service center, located on the east side of the Wuxi railway station square, has hourly commuter buses heading for the Hongqiao airport and Pudong airport of Shanghai City every day from 6:30am till 5:30pm.

Expressway and Highway

Expressway and HighwayExpressways: Shanghai-Nanjing Expressway; Wuxi-Yixing Expressway
National Highways: China National Highway 312
Provincial Roads: S342

Being a prominent link to Guangzhou city, the Guangfo Line of the Guangzhou Metro, presently under construction, will connect the city to Guangzhou. The metro is supposed to be finished by 2010 in time for the 2010 Asian Games making it very convenient to go from Foshan downtown area to any place in Guangzhou.

Wuxi has several coach stations. Most of the long distance buses depart from the Passenger Transport Service Center located on the east side of the Wuxi railway station square. There are commuter buses heading for the Hongqiao airport, Pudong airport, Changzhou City, Suzhou City, Changshu City, Zhangjiagang City, Yixing City, Huashi Town, and Zhouzhuang Town.

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