Last updated by joyce at 2013-11-3
Shenzhen boasts a smoothly-operated inner-city transportation system. Public buses, public medium-sized buses, taxies, double-deckers and sightseeing buses can take you to wherever you want in this city.
The public buses, whose number is one or two digitals, are self-service ticketing. While the three digitals public buses are not. The carfare is changed according to the length of the route and ranges from 1 to 10 Yuan.
The starting rate of the taxi in Shenzhen is 12.5 Yuan for the first 3 kilometers and it's usually about 2.40 Yuan per kilometer afterwards.
Shenzhen Metro Line 1, also known as Baoluo Line, one of the main routes of Shenzhen’s metro system, was officially opened on June 15, 2011, which realized the tight traffic connection from Luohu Train Station to the airport, taking only about 1 hour from Luohu Train Station (city center area) to the airport with a full fare of 9 Yuan.
Metro Line 1, with a total length of 40.979 kilometers, covers 30 subway stations, connecting Luohu, Futian, Nanshan and Bao’an districts, being a major traffic artery of Shenzhen. Metro Line 1 operates from 6:30 to 23:00 every day, with an interval of 4 minutes during rush hours and 6 minutes in ordinary time. Each of its carriage can carry 1,860 passengers and it takes about 67 minuets for a single trip.
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