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Zhejiang enjoys convenient transportation owing to its advantageous location at the southern section of the Yangtze River, bordering the East China Sea and many important provinces in China. Currently, there are seven civilian airports in Zhejiang, including two international ones, Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and Ningbo Lishe International Airport. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Pudong International Airport are only two to three hours’ drive away. Major railway routes and highways all pass through Zhejiang. In addition, the provision of public bike services has been used to complete the last-mile concerns of the public transportation system. 

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  • Taxis in Quzhou
    The taxis in Quzhou charge 8 yuan for the starting 2.5km. The unit price for every additional kilometer is 2.2 yuan. The empty car fee is 50% for the one-way distance exceeding 8km. An extra charge of 20% will be added to the night trips. For the waiting time over 3 minutes, a waiting fee will be charged for 2.2 yuan every three minutes.
  • Quzhou Port
    Taking its source at Lianhua Peak in Kaihua, Qujiang River is a significant transportation route in the west of Zhejiang since the ancient time. The waterways between Hangzhou to Quzhou and Changshan have been built since the Han Dynasty, and were highly developed in the Tang Dynasty. The waterway system has laid solid foundation for the business industries in Quzhou in the Song Dynasty. The relic of the sunken ship in Changshange is a powerful proof.
  • Public Buses in Quzhou
    Quzhou has a developed public bus networks. Visitors can conveniently travel from one place to another by bus. The bus fares vary according to the lines, usually range from 1 yuan to 2 yuan for bus lines within the city. Please remember to keep the changes before you take on a bus since there will be no change in the non-conductor buses. For the detailed time schedule for each line, please contact 0570-3023740 for help.
  • Long-Distance Bus Stations in Quzhou
    In the city of Quzhou, there are three long-distance bus stations, namely Quzhou Coach Centre, Quzhou North Coach Station and Quzhou South Coach Station.
  • Quzhou Airport
    Quzhou Airport was built in 1933 as a military airport, and played an important role during the war. Now this is a military-and-civilian airport. The civilian airport opened in November 26, 1993 as a repeater station between Hangzhou and Xiamen airline.