As a regional transportation hub, Wuhan is easily reachable by road, rail and land. The city is intersected by the Beijing-Zhujiang Expressway, and is now also accessible via the Hurong (Shanghai-Wuhan), Han-Shi (Wuhan-Shiyan), and Wuhuanghuang expressways. In addition, national highways 106, 107, 316 and 318 link it to 9 major cities in Henan, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Hunan and Jiangxi provinces.
However, most visitors traveling from other Chinese cities tend to travel by train or plane. Railways link it to 25 provincial capitals, while Wuhan Tianhe International Airport serves airlines flying in and out of several major Chinese cities as well as international ones like Bangkok and Fukuoka. And though getting there by boat is not as popular as it used to be, it is still an option. The passenger port mainly serves cruise ships coming in from Shanghai and Chongqing.
Wuhan's intra-city transport network comprises public buses, tourist bus routes, 24-hour taxis and a developing subway system.
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