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Workshop on Accessibility to ICTs
EXPO-2010, Shanghai, China, 23 July 2010 Contact: alexandra.gaspari@itu.int 
TRANSPORTATION
Airport transfer will be provided to all the delegates upon request on arrival at and departure from Shanghai International Airport (Hongqiao airport / Pudong airport) and is payable to Shanghai Deyuan Rent Car by RMB cash only.

Please contact the following company for transfer arrangements and rates:
Company Name: Shanghai Deyuan Rent Car
Contact Person: Miss Yukiya
Mobile: +86-21-150-26450273
Tel: +86-21-33682472
Fax: +86-21-33682570
E-mail: yukiya@sina.com
Website: http://www.shdiyuan.com/index1.asp 
PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Air
Shanghai is proud of its two large, modern international airports – Hongqiao International Airport and Pudong International Airport. The former is 13 kilometers west of the city downtown and the latter is 30 kilometers away to the east of the city in Pudong Area. At present, most domestic flights start off and land at Hongqiao and most international flights at Pudong. Special Shuttle bus lines are available for both of these two airports. And also there is shuttle bus line goes between those two airports.

Railway
Everyday more than 70 pairs of trains run between Shanghai and other cities of China. There are 3 railway stations in Shanghai now: Shanghai Railway Station (also known as Shanghai New Railway Station), Shanghai West Railway Station and Shanghai South Railway Station. At present, Shanghai Railway Station is responsible for most of Shanghai’s railway transportation, and Shanghai South Railway Station is playing a more and more important role, especially those transportation to the neighborhood Zhejiang Province.

Metro
At present, there are 8 metro lines have come into use in Shanghai, and another more than 5 lines are still under construction. The metro network system can almost send you to all those main tourist attractions and commercial areas.

Taxi
In shanghai, there are about 50,000 taxies, so it is very convenient to take a taxi
For the first 3km, the fare is 11RMB. After 3km, it charges 2.1RMB for each km. However, between 11:00pm and 5:00am, the fare is 13RMB before 3km, and 2.6RMB after 3km. If the total trip is longer than 10km, an extra fee needs be to added (daytime: 3RMB/km, nighttime: 3.9RMB/km).

 

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