The Hangzhou Bay Shangyu Economic and Technological Development Area is located at the node connecting Shanghai and the southeast of Zhejiang. The developed aviation, railway, highway and waterway facilities in the surrounding regions form a convenient transportation system.
Aviation — four major international airports nearby
There are four major international airports in the vicinity of HSEDA. These airports greatly meet the ever-increasing air transport demand of enterprises.
Railway — Advent of the high-speed rail era
The Xiaoshan–Ningbo Extened Railway connecting Zhejiang Hangzhou and Ningbo crosses the Development Area. Meanwhile, a 2-level cargo-passenger station with an annual freight capacity of 1,350,000 tons is set at the center of the district.
The full implementation of Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo High-speed Railway greatly shortens the transportation time from the Development Area to each major city of the Yangtze River Delta. It takes only a 10-minute drive from HSEDA to Shangyu Station.
Waterway — Shangyu Port
Shangyu Port in the development Area is a port of 5,000 tons and also a unique outward bound port at the south coast of Hangzhou Bay. The cargo throughputs and container throughputs of Ningbo Port and Shanghai Port in the "one-hour business circle" take the lead in the world, bringing into full play the coastal advantage of the development Area and providing a water transport guarantee for enterprises in the development Area.
Integrated Inter-city transportation
Multiple expressways and national highways have been opened around the development Area. Shangyu road junction of the Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo Expressway is 2 kilometers from the development Area. The Shangyu road junction
of the Shangyu-Sanmen Expressway is set in the development Area, and 329 National Road, 104 National Road, the Shanghai-Hangzhou-Ningbo Double-track Railway and the Grand Canal cross the development Area. Moreover, the parallel line of the Hangzhou-Ningbo Expressway to be constructed will also cross this Area. This line will connect to the belt expressway of Hangzhou in the west and connect to the Zhoushan Cross-Sea Bridge in the east. The integrated inter-city highway network lays down a good foundation for settled enterprises to enter the market of the Yangtze River Delta and explore the entire market of China.