Official Opening of Hangzhou – Changsha High-Speed Rail
October 10 saw the official opening of Hangzhou – Changsha high-speed rail.
This high-speed rail greatly shortens the distance between Hangzhou and the western region of Zhejiang Province. This is the first high-speed rail opened in Yiwu and Jinhua cities. The former shortest time of 1 hour and 24 minutes from Jinhua City to Hangzhou City now reduces to only 41 minutes. Besides, the shortest time from Jiangshan City to Hangzhou City now becomes 1 hour and 11 minutes. Therefore the entire western region of Zhejiang Province runs into a two-hour traffic circle.
What’s more, Hangzhou-Changsha high-speed rail also shortens the distance from Hangzhou City to Changsha City (Hunan Province) and Nanchang City (Jiangxi Province). With connections to the Changsha – Nanning (Guangxi Province) high-speed rail and the Changsha – Guangzhou (Guangdong Province) high-speed rail, Hangzhou – Changsha high-speed rail greatly reduces the time from Hangzhou to Guangzhou and Nanning cities.
In the future, the Hangzhounese activity range will be greatly expanded during weekends. Meanwhile, more visitors will spend their time in this beautiful Hangzhou City.
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In order to improve the high-speed railway connection system and promote the construction of scenic areas in the whole region, Qiandao Lake opened its direct tourist buses to rural scenic areas on July 1. That is to say, people who are at the Qiandao Lake High-Speed Railway Station can take these buses directly to such rural scenic areas as the Xiajiang Village Scenic Area, the Shilin Scenic Area and the Jiangjia Scenic Area. These three routes pass through Fengshuling Town, Lishang Township, Shilin Town, Jieshou Village and Jiangjia Town. It will be more convenient for tourists to reach these scenic areas.