Find out how to travel to Jiangsu with this map of China’s high-speed railway network – in subway form.
The north-south Line 1 and east-west Line 2 are 56.11 kilometers in length, with a total of 43 stations covering seven districts in the city.
Wuxi city bus system has developed 20 newbus lines, adjusted19 lines, and purchased 273 new buses and added 11.7 kilometers of bus lanes in urban areas.
Shanghai-Nanjing high-speed railway, an internal railway connecting Shanghai and Nanjing, runs through Shanghai, Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou, Zhenjiang and Nanjing.
Wuxi Metro Line 2 opened on Dec 28, 2014, bringing convenience to residents who live along the metro line from Plum Garden (Meiyuan) to Wuxi East Railway Station.
Wuxi Sunan International Airport has been in construction since 1995 and was put into operation on February 18, 2004.