Honqiao Integrated Transportation Hub
Hongqiao Integrated Transportation Hub combines multiple means of transportation. Civil aviation, high-speed railways, interurban railways, long-distance passenger transportation, subways, ground buses and taxis are all readily accessible, making Hongqiao one of the largest comprehensively integrated transportation hubs in the world.
On March 16, 2010, Terminal No. 2 at Hongqiao Airport was opened. During the same year, Shanghai-Nanjing and Shanghai-Hangzhou interurban high-speed railways were opened on July 1 and Oct. 26. A Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway was also opened on June 30, 2011.
The main architecture of Hongqiao Integrated Transportation Hub stretches from east to west and is composed of Terminal No. 2, a railway station, a long-distance passenger transportation station, an east-west transportation center, and a subway station. The entire hub spans a total area of 1.5 million square meters. There are two short-distance runways with an interval of 365 meters in Hongqiao Airport. Terminals No. 1 and No. 2 are respective satellites of the urban terminal at Pudong International Airport. The distance between the railway station and Terminal No. 2 is around 450 meters; the railway station contains 30 station tracks and 16 platforms. The long-distance passenger transportation station is west of the railway station with 20 parking decks. When functioning at full capacity, the passenger flow of Hongqiao Integrated Transportation Hub can reach 1.1 million passengers per day. In 2011, the annual total passenger flow reached 182 million; in 2012, it reached 220 million.
The total passenger flow of Hongqiao Hub during the 40 days of Spring Festival travel (Jan 24-March 3) reached 33.49 million with an average of 837,000 per day, a 8.4% increase compared with last year‘s totals. Feb. 26 saw the most traffic with 1,023,000 passengers. The external transportation flow (aviation, railway, long-distance) reached 15.4 million averaging 385,000 passengers per day (an increase of 9.3% compared with last year). The average passenger flow per day of aviation reached 102,000, accounting for 12.1% of the total passenger flow of the hub; that of the railway reached 273,000, accounting for 32.6%. The long-distance passenger transportation reached a passenger flow of 9,600, accounting for 1.1% of passenger traffic. The total passenger flow of urban transportation (railway, bus, taxi and social vehicle) reached 18.1 million with a 452,000 per day average (increasing by 7.6% compared to last year), this accounted for 54% of the total passenger flow of the hub. The average passenger flow of the regional subway reached 215,000 per day.
Hongqiao International Airport: +86-021-96990
Hongqiao Railway Station: +86-021-5124-5555
Coach Station: +86-021-3466-1820