Key Transportation Hub in South China

Panyu is the key transportation hub to connect with the Pearl River Delta region and also a bridge connecting the western and eastern areas of Guangdong Province. Within Panyu territory are Guangzhou South Railway Station, “six vertical and six horizontal” backbone highways and expressways, Guangzhou Metro Lines 2, 3, 4 and 7, and an integrated rail transportation network composed of Guangzhou-Dongguan-Huizhou line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai line; it takes only a little more than one hour to get to Hong Kong by sea and to Macao by vehicle, so it is the center of the PRD “one-hour metropolitan life circle”.

Guangzhou South Railway Station is the largest road transportation hub of the Pan-PRD region and also is a starting station of the 4 high-speed rails (Beijing-Guangzhou, Guiyang-Guangzhou, Nanning-Guangzhou, Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong). It can reach 15 provinces (municipalities), and is an intersection of 3 intercity rails (Guangzhou-Zhuhai, Guangzhou-Foshan, Guangzhou-Dongguan-Huizhou), 5 metro lines (Guangzhou Metro Lines 2, 7, 18, 20 and Foshan Metro Line 2), 4 highways and Expressways (Dongsha-Xinlian, Guangzhou-Zhuhai West Line, Nanda Trunk Line and Guangzhou-Gaoming Freeway.