A bus route designed to meet the travel demands of disabled people in Hangzhou was recently put into operation
People are able to take a night bus to Fuyang district from urban Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang province, as the city introduced nighttime bus services linking the two areas on Sept 7.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines resumed flights between Amsterdam and Hangzhou on Aug 27.
Residents will now be able to enjoy streamlined transfer services when taking the Hangzhou-Shaoxing subway, according to a cooperation deal signed by the rail transit groups of both cities on Aug 4.
Night bus No 8300, running between Hangzhou South Railway Station and Hangzhou Railway Station, started operating on July 30, providing a new public transportation option for passengers travelling at night.
Indonesia Sriwijaya Air's flight SJ3184, which carried 139 passengers, departed from Jakarta and arrived at the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport on July 29. It was the first flight between Hangzhou and Indonesia since the flight was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the pandemic now under control, the CA139/CA140 flight shuttling between Hangzhou and Seoul resumed operations on July 21, becoming the first regular international flight to serve the city following several months of suspension.
Passengers taking the intercity train between Hangzhou South Railway Station and Shaoxing Railway Station can now board their train by scanning an Alipay QR code at the ticket gate.