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2016 International Conference on Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering (AECE2016)

December 9-11, 2016, Shanghai, China

Notice: AECE2016 Program Book.pdf

News:All the papers of AECE2016 have been listed on the official website:ATLANTIS PRESS

2016 International Conference on Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering (AECE2016)

December 9-11, 2016, Shanghai, China

Notice: AECE2016 Program Book.pdf

News:All the papers of AECE2016 have been listed on the official website:ATLANTIS PRESS


Getting to Shanghai

Shanghai has two international airports. Pudong International Airport handles 60% of flights, while the remaining 40% use Hongqiao International Airport. As one of the main Chinese airline hubs, Shanghai has opened connections with nearly two hundred cities, half domestic ones and half international and regional ones. Direct flights provide the city with connections to dozens of international air terminals such as Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Fukuoka, Osaka, Tokyo, Bangkok, Brussels, Madrid, Paris, Singapore, London, Moscow, Rome as well as regional links with Hong Kong and Macau. Domestic flights link the city with Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Xian, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Shenyang and others.

 Pudong International Airport
Situated on the south bank of the Yangtze River estuary in east Shanghai, Pudong International Airport, completed in 1999, is about 30 kilometers (19 miles) away from the city center and 40 kilometers (25 miles) from Hongqiao International Airport. In total about fifty airlines have flights to over sixty domestic cities and over seventy cities of other countries and regions. 
It has two terminal buildings and the Termial 2 (T2) was newly completed in 2008. There are buses and other means to shuttle between the termials. 52 airlines worldwide has agents in T2 and 13 airlines in T1. 

 Hongqiao International Airport
Located in the west of Shanghai, Hongqiao International Airport is only 13 kilometers (8 miles) from the city center.  It mainly handles the domestic flights. There are two terminals with two runways. Terminal 2 (T2)  is open into public use on March 16, 2010. Fourteen airlines are in Terminal 2 (T2) and another fourteen airlines are in T1. Passengers should make sure to get to the right terminal.

Wuhan Railway Station
High Speed Train in Shanghai Railway Station
 Train Schedule

Shanghai is the gathering point of many major high speed rail lines; therefore it has convenient train services for tourists to many destinations throughout China, including trains of Beijing, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, Chengdu, Xian, Guilin, Huangshan,  and Shenzhen.It has four main railway stations: Shanghai Railway Station, South Railway Station, West Railway Station and Hongqiao Railway Station.

 Shanghai South Railway Station
Formerly known as New Longhua Station, it is the first round rail station in the world. It is the southern transportation hub of the city which is connecting with the Yangtze River, the Pearl River Delta and other areas in southern China. Most trains travel from this station to many second-tier cities over the country. Additionally, there are many scheduled intercity trains running from this station to Jinshan District.

 Hongqiao Railway Station
Hongqiao Railway Station is a large-scale, fully-functioning, integrated rail hub with advanced facilities and the highest level of modernization of the Hongqiao Traffic Transit Hub. It consists of high-speed trains plus connections to flights, subways, city-buses, coaches and taxis. Currently, this station mainly provides service along the Huhang High-Speed Rail Line, Huning High Speed Rail Line, and Jinghu High-Speed Rail Line. It serves bullet trains to Hangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Fuzhou, Wenzhou, Nanchang, Xiamen, Beijing and several other cities over China.

 Shanghai West Railway Station
Formerly known as Zhenru Station, it is located at No. 1 of Taopu Road in Putuo District, about 5km away from the Shanghai Railway Station. The West Station is now a modern integrative transportation hinge serving for Huning Intercity High-Speed Railway, the city subway, and the city public bus. It is the smallest one of the four stations. Every day, there are six high-speed trains passing through the West Station, coming from or heading to Nanjing, Suzhou, and Wuxi. There are 2 ticket windows opening for ticket issue and 4 self-service ticket vending machines in the station.

 Long-Distance Bus
National Highway Lines 312 (Shanghai-Yining City of Xinjiang), 318 (Shanghai-Zhangmu Town of Tibet) and 320 (Shanghai-Ruili of Yunnan) all go westward. National Highway Line 204 (Yantai-Shanghai), the trunk line of the Tongjiang-Sanya National Highway, stretches as a north-south artery through Shanghai. Four main expressways of Huning ( to Nanjing), Huhang (to Hangzhou), Hujialiu (Shanghai-Jiading-Taicang), and Huqingping (Shanghai-Qingpu-Pingwang) link Shanghai with lots of cities in neighboring areas.

The developed highway network enables the city to have consummate long-distance bus passenger transport system. The city now has about 1,680 long-distance bus routes radiating to cities in 17 provinces all over the country. There are over 40 long-distance bus stations based in the city zone and the suburbs, mainly concentrated in Zhabei District especially the area near Shanghai Railway Station.


 Shanghai Long-Distance General Bus Station

This is the largest passenger transport long-distance bus station in the city. Every day, there are about 420 buses departing from the station following over 150 routes. Buses are bound for cities in six provinces of East China including Shandong, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, and Fujian as well as cities in the provinces of Liaoning, Hebei, Henan, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Hubei, Sichuan, Yunnan, and Guangdong. You can take bus nos.106, 115, 117, 305, 310, 515, 517, 823, 859, 912, 928, 929, 962, or Subway Line 1 or 3 to get to the station.

Add: No.1662, Zhongxing Road, Zhabei District (Shanghai Railway Station North Square)

Tel: 021-66050000, 021-56720594

 Hutai Road Long-Distance Bus Station 

In this station, you will find buses bound for Qingdao and Rizhao of Shandong Province, Lianyungang, Nanjing, and Yangzhou in Jiangsu Province, Hangzhou and Shaoxing of Zhejiang Province, Wuhan of Hubei, and Ma'anshan of Anhui. Tourist buses to Mt. Huangshan, Mt. Jiuhuashan and Wuzhen can also be found here. Buses nos.40, 47, 58, 69, 128, 213, 216, 224, 234, 309, 332, 510, 525, 706, 710, 741, 767B, 822, 844, 845, 849, 869, 924, 963, Beijia Special Line, Beiluo Line, Beian Line, and Subway Line 1 can take you to the station.

Add: No. 1015, North Zhongshan Road, Zhabei District (near Hutai Road)

Tel: 021-56528400

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