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Shanghai Transit

Shanghai is one of the largest cities in China and continues to grow. It is the main financial center and economic engine for China. In 2014, its metro became the largest metro in the world, yet is it not finished building. The city also has the first commercial Maglev line in the world operating from Pudong Airport to the edge of the city. In addition Shanghai has a unique rubber-tired single-rail guided tram line in its high tech district. Lastly it has a vast bus system which includes a trolley bus system, which unfortunately is shrinking.

Click on which form of Shanghai Transit you would like to visit

 
New Transit Mode # of photos # of new photos
Metro 214 214
Maglev 14 14
Tram 8 8
ETB's/Busses 11 11

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