- MEDIA CENTER
Guizhou is an important channel to the sea and a land transportation hub in Southwest China.Several traffic circles will be realized to connect Guizhou to other cities.
Guizhou province in Southwest China has made remarkable achievements in recent years in accelerating its transport infrastructure connectivity.
Bridges in Guizhou are not only a link enabling social and economic development, but also a "calling card" that demonstrates major Chinese accomplishments in transportation infrastructure.
Drivers are feeling more cheerful on the roads of Guiyang, Guizhou province, as the city offers conveniences through its clever transportation application of big data and other high technologies.
A railway with a designed speed of 200 kilometers per hour that runs through rolling mountains and connects Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, to Chongqing municipality has created a "2-hour traffic circle" between the two cities.
The construction of the Huajiang Canyon Bridge, which crosses the Beipan River, in Southwest China's Guizhou province started in 2021, and will open to traffic in 2025.
Liuzhi Bridge, a part of the Nayong-Qinglong Expressway and located in Liuzhi special region in Southwest China's Guizhou province, recently saw its piers sealed and construction begin on its beams.