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 By air: there are two airports in Shanghai: Pudong International Airport and Hongqiao Airport. The international flights are operated by the Pudong Airport. There are special buses between the two airports. To get to the Pudong Airport from the city, besides traveling by the shuttle buses and hotel buses, travelers can also take the No.2 Metro Line to Longyanglu Station and transfer into the magnetic levitation train to the airport, which only takes about 8 minutes, costing CNY 50. Hongqiao Airport is only about 13 km (8 mi) away from the city center, so traveler can travel there by the shuttle bus or taxi. They can also travel by the No.2 Metro Line to Songhonglu Station and then take a taxi from there. See Shanghai Flights

 By train: there are four railway stations in the city: Shanghai Railway Station (Xinkezhan)West Railway Station, South Railway Station and Hongqiao Railway Station. Shanghai Railway Station is the main one, operating trains to all big and medium cities in China. It can be reached by subway line 1, 3 and 4. The West Railway Station mainly operates trains to Nanjing, Hangzhou, Yantai, Zaozhuang, Hengyang and Ganzhou. South Railway Station mainly operates trains to the southern Hangzhou, Jiashan, Jinshan and other places. It can be reached by subway line 3 and 4. Hongqiao Railway Station serves bullet and high-speed trains to Hangzhou, Beijing, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuhan, Yiwu, Wenzhou adn Fuzhou. See Shanghai Train Schedules

 By bus: there are over 40 long-distance bus stations in Shanghai, the main being Shanghai Coach Station, South Coach Station and Hengfenglu Coach Station. Buses to every province of East China can be found in these three stations.  

 By water: the city is the largest port of China. Now there are ferries to Xinhe of Chongming Island, Putuoshan Mountain, Zhoushan Island, Daishan Island, Dinghai and ports along Yangtze River in Wusong Passenger Transport Center, to Nanmen, Baozhen and Xinhe of Chongming Island, and Changxing and Hengsha Island in Wusong Dock, to Dalian in Gongpinglu Dock, and to Korea and Japan in Waihongqiao Dock. (Wusong Passenger Transport Center: 021-56576606; Wusong Port: 021-56671202)
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 Incity transport: Besides the common city bus and taxi transport means, there are also light rail, subway and Maglev Train in the city. Go to Shanghai Bus/Subway Search

 By Taxi: Taxis in Shanghai are colorful. Dark red and dark blue are the main colors while white, yellow, blue and green taxis are also running in the city. The taxi fare is charged according to the distance, In daytime (5am to 11pm) the mininum fare is CNY 13 for the first 3 km (about 1.86 miles) and a fuel surcharge of CNY 1 is also charged, and CNY 2.4 per km after the first 3 km; at night (11pm to 5am of the next morning), the taxi fee is CNY 18 for the first three kilometers and  CNY 3.1 every additional kilometer, and the fuel surcharge of CNY 1 is still charged.

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