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The 2017 International Conference on Computing Intelligence and Information System [CIIS2017]

April 21st-23rd, 2017, Nanjing, China 

Note: All accepted papers will be submitted to EI, IEEE Xplore and CPCI for indexing.

The 2017 International Conference on Computing Intelligence and Information System [CIIS2017]

April 21st-23rd, 2017, Nanjing, China 

Note: All accepted papers will be submitted to EI, IEEE Xplore and CPCI for indexing.

TRANSPORTATION



Nanjing is a comprehensive national communication hub. Its external traffic extends in all directions, including airline, railway and highway, etc. Its internal traffic has developed into a system, consisting of subway, city bus, taxi and ferry, etc. However, the internal traffic does not seem to satisfy the citizens’ demands and traffic jams happen now and then, especially during rush hours and in busy areas. The government has speeded up the construction of traffic infrastructures to solve the problem.

 Air
Nanjing Lukou International Airport is the “Gate” of Jiangsu Province, the third largest airport in eastern China and one of main air hubs in the country. Currently, it operates over 130 air routes to 54 domestic destinations and more than 20 international destinations. For passengers’ convenience, there are not only shuttle buses running between the airport and downtown area, but also buses between the airport and nearby cities like Huai’an, Yangzhong, and Shuyang, etc. See detailed information: Nanjing Airport Transport to Nearby Cities.


Nanjing is an important meeting point of the country’s north-south and east-west railway trunks, which connects northern, eastern and middle regions of the country. The passenger transportation is handled at two railway stations:Nanjing Railway Station is operating regular and partial high-speed trains and South Railway Station is operating high speed ones.

Centering on Nanjing, highways radiate to Shanghai, Huai’an, Hefei, Hangzhou and 
Nantong, etc, which makes long-distance travel by bus very convenient in the area. At present, there are eight main long-distance bus stations in Nanjing, operating buses to Shanghai, Beijing, Qingdao, Hangzhou, Guangzhou and Yiwu, etc.

Compared with the subway, city buses are more flexible. They can take passengers almost anywhere they want in the city. The ticket fare is CNY 1 for regular buses and CNY 2 for air-conditioned ones.
With its subway line 1 put into service in 2005, Nanjing became the 6th city in mainland China having subway lines. Presently, five subway lines have been opened, including line 1, line 2, line 3, line 10, line S1 and line S8. Meanwhile, there are several lines under construction, line 4, line S3 and line S7. By 2030, there will be 17 lines serving the citizens.
 Taxi
There are almost 20,000 taxis in the city. Compared with big cities like Beijing and Shanghai, it is not difficult to hire one. Four types of taxis are serving people nowadays: regular ones, British type, mid-range cars (Camry, Teana, etc.).

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