Shanghai will progressively resume public transportation services beginning on Sunday as the COVID-19 epidemic situation continues to stabilize.
With two new metro lines set to go into operation on Dec 30, the total length of Shanghai's metro network will extend to 831 km.
China will continue to take strict measures to prevent imported COVID-19 infections via people or goods after several inbound travelers tested positive for novel coronavirus after finishing quarantine, a senior health official said on Thursday.
The construction of Shanghai's East Railway Station and terminal three of Shanghai Pudong International Airport will be accelerated during the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) period.
Spring Airlines will add eight new direct routes to Pudong International Airport, starting in the winter and spring seasons from Oct 25.
Chicago-based United Airlines will launch nonstop service to China four-times a week between San Francisco and Shanghai Pudong International Airport beginning Oct 21, and the flight will no longer be required to stop in Seoul.
The No 6 bus line in Pudong New Area, Shanghai will be suspended starting July 11, according to the local bus operator.
Shanghai authorities have stepped up preventive measures at the city's two airports since Friday to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus from overseas.