Grand channel reaching all over the world
Aerial Silk Road
Land Silk Road
Chengdu has always adhered to the concept of "all-round expansion and in-depth opening" to plan for the construction of strategic international channel with an international vision, and construct the strategic channels of “Aerial Silk Road Corridor” and “International Land-Sea Intermodal Corridor", thereby forming the 3-D grand channel system of Asia-Chengdu-Europe “Aerial Silk Road + Land Silk Road” which takes Chengdu as the core composing part.
RONGOU+ network layout
As for the Chengdu “Rongou+” international line trains, totally 7 international railway lines and 5 international rail-sea intermodal lines have been formed, connecting 24 overseas cities in Lodz of Poland, Tilburg of Netherlands, and Nuremberg of Germany. In 2018, the Chengdu "Rongou +" international line trains had accomplished 2619 train-times operating, including 1591 train-times of Rongou Express Railways of China-Europe Line Trains, ranking among the tops by its comprehensive operating index in all over the nation. “Rongou+” domestic interconnection line trains have reached 14 domestic coastal cities up to now, including Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Tianjin, etc.
China-EU Line Trains from Nuremberg of Germany to Chengdu only takes 12 days.
(RONGOU Express Railway)
China-EU Line Trains from Chengdu to Tilburg of Netherland only takes 13 days
(RONGOU Express Railway)
Up to the end of 2018, the container throughput of the international railway port had reached 4.05 million TEUs
Passenger and freight transportation volume
Passenger throughput: 52.95 million person-time
Including: 5.998 million person-times of international (regional) passengers transportation
Realizing a year-on-year growth of 11.1%
665,000 tons freight and mail throughput
Including: 133,000 tons throughput of international (regional) freight and mail
Realizing a year-on-year growth of 13.7%
Ranks 4th for passenger transportation in China in 2018
Ranks 5th for freight volume in China in 2018
Ranks 26th among the busiest airports in the world
Two airports in one city
Chengdu is the third city in China having two airports in one city following Beijing and Shanghai. By 2020 when Tianfu International Airport can be finished, the annual passenger throughput will reach 150 million passengers.
Chengdu, the No.4 aviation city in China
The flights now cover the major international cities and domestic first-tier cities.
Totally 114 international (regional) flights, 60 regular direct passenger flights, 28 regular direct freight flights, and 26 transit and chartered passenger flights have been opened.
7×24 hours customs clearance guarantee
144-h transit visa-free
Shuangliu International Airport
Tianfu International Airport
The “RONGOU+” ASEAN International Sea-rail Intermodal Channel and the ASEAN throughout Railway International Multimodal Transportation Liners are steadily operated southwards. Three lines to Qinzhou, Pingxiang and Guangzhou have been opened to create a new international land-sea trade corridor featured in southwards integrated cross-region multimodal transportation
State-level demonstration projects of multimodal transportation
Demonstration Project of Container Road-Railway-Waterway Multimodal Transportation of Chengdu International Railway Port: The multimodal transportation layout of “one port, one platform, three networks, three channels and five lines” has been formed.
Demonstration Project of “Aerial + Land" Silk Road International Air-Rail Multimodal Transportation: it mainly realizes innovations in institutional mechanisms, operational models, facilities and equipment, information platforms, and planning and layout
Chengdu is a core node of the Internet backbone of the state
In the 1990s, Chengdu was one of the eight core nodes of the Internet backbone of the state. At present, the total length of optical cable lines of the whole city has reached 632,000 kilometers.
2009, Chengdu was approved to build a dedicated channel for international communications. The bandwidth of the dedicated channel now is 20G.
2013, Chengdu was added as a national-level Internet backbone direct connection point. Up to now, the bandwidth of the Internet backbone direct connection point has reached 540G.
2013, Chengdu was approved by the state as one of the 16 demonstration cities of next generation Internet.
Chengdu is one of the earliest batch of optical network cities in China.
September 2015, it was constructed as the first ultra-large all-optical network city in China.
March 2017, it was constructed as the first Gigabit provincial capital city.
In 2018, it was listed as one of the first batch of 5G pilot cities in China.
Chengdu is an important place of data gathering in the country.
Since 2009, Shugon Cloud Base, GDS, Zhongli Data, China Unicom and China Mobile Data Centers have all been well constructed and put into use. And a number of large scale data centers, including China (Western) Cloud Computing Center funded by China Mobile Sichuan Branch, Tianfu Information Center IDC Phase-II funded by China Unicom Sichuan Branch, and Yunjin Tianfu Cloud Computing Center funded by China Telecom, are under rapid construction.