First Changsha-Moscow Freight Train Launched
The China-Europe (Changsha) Freight Train adds a new route to Moscow. The first Changsha-Moscow freight train departed from the Changsha North Freight Station on the afternoon of March 24. It will arrive at Mosco’s Vorsino Station in 14 days.
Changsha Metro Construction Resumed
Changsha has fully resumed subway construction of metro lines. As for metro line 6, the shield section at Huangli Road has been tunneled through, and the left line of the section between Liugoulong and Wenchangge stations started slurry shield work. The metro lines 3 and 5 are undergoing joint debugging and test, and will be put into trial operation this July.
Changsha Metro Line 2 Temporarily Closes Wanjiali Square...
According to the Changsha Metro notice, in order to cooperate with the construction of Changsha Metro Line 5, No. 5 and 6 entrances and exits at Wanjiali Square Station of Changsha Metro Line 2 will be temporarily closed starting from March 21, with a duration of 30 days. The No. 4 entrance and exit resume normal operation at this station. Please choose No. 2, 3, 4, and 4A for your travel. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Juzizhou Metro Station Resumes Normal Operation from Marc...
The Changsha Metro announced on March 18 that, in order to cooperate with the reopening of the Orange Isle Scenic Area, the Juzizhou (Orange Isle) Station on Changsha Metro Line 2 resumes normal operation from March 19.
Changsha Suspends Flights to Bangkok, Thailand
Due to the grim COVID-19 epidemic situation worldwide, the number of direct flights from abroad to Hunan has decreased. The Changsha Huanghua International Airport announced on March 17 that, flights between Changsha and Bangkok, Thailand will be suspended starting March 16.
Changsha South Railway Station Sees Passenger Trips Risin...
The Changsha South Railway Station is seeing an increasing number of passenger trips in tandem with the work and production resumption amid the country's battle against the COVID-19 epidemic. Since March, more than 25,000 passengers were transported daily.