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Shenzhen Transportation

 

By Air

New Airport – T3 Building

The new 400,000m² (4.3 million square feet) terminal will be called T3 or terminal 3 and will be constructed in three phases with a final capacity of 40 million passengers a year.The new three-level £1.2bn T3 was designed following an international architectural competition run in 2007 and was eventually won by the Italian-based firm of Fuksas Architects headed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas. The design incorporates a patterned double skin canopy of steel and glass that allows patterned light into the building, reduces energy consumption by shielding the space from excessive solar heat gain and also allows mechanical systems to be hidden. The terminal will have a large check-in building with a wing-like roof on one side of a cross structure. The cross pieces will contain the departure gates.
The grand departure hall space will resemble a large manta ray enveloping the passenger. The hall will be bright with light diffused through the double skin and will contain information desks, car rental area, and airline check-in counters. As the passenger moves further into the terminal the flowing enveloping space will resemble a bird and a visual link will be established with cafes, shops and restaurants as well as business facilities resembling islands. Visual effects will be 
created throughout the terminal using spaces in the mesh-like canopy. The three levels of the terminal will function independently as departure, arrival and service areas.

By Train

1) Shenzhen Railway Station

Shenzhen Railway Station or Shenzhen Luohu Railway Station is located across from Luo Hu Commercial City in the Luohu district of Shenzhen, Guangdong and is the southern terminus of the Guangshen Railway. Shenzhen Railway Station will be the 
main hub for inter-city trains in Guangdong Province, for example, and its current long-distance trains to Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guilin and Fuzhou will be relocated to Shenzhen East Railway Station in the future. 


2) Shenzhen North Station for Hi-speed train

Shenzhen North Station is located at Longhua, Bao’an District, 9 kilometers north of the city center. It is one of the principal stations in China. It has the largest area of Chinese railway stations with the most complete facilities. Lines and train Shenzhen North Railway Station serves the Beijing–Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong High-Speed Railway (HSR), Xiamen–henzhen HSR, the future Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen HSR, and Shenzhen Metro lines 4, 5, and 6.
It only takes 16 minutes to West Kowloon, Hong Kong, and 35 minutes to Guangzhou South Station by train from Shenzhen North. It has D-series CRH (China Railway High-speed) trains to Xiamen North Station, Hangzhou East Station, Shanghai Hongqiao Station, and Nanjing Station, and G-series CRH trains to Changsha South Station, Wuhan Station, Xi’an North Station, and Beijing West Station.


3) Futian Station for Hi-speed train
Futian Station is a station under construction of Guangshen'gang XRL. It is located between Fuzhong 3 Road and Shen Nan Rd, in Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, People Republic of China. Once completed, it will become the largest high-speed railway station built completely underground. This allows for a location in the geographical heart of Futian District, Shenzhen. It will offer connections to Kowloon in Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Changsha, Wuhan, Zhengzhou and Beijing.
This station will serve as the terminus of many high-speed intercity services from across Mainland China. Through high-speed trains will continue to Hong Kong, with a high-speed commuter service linking the Futian CBD with Kowloon.

 

By Sea

 

Shekou Harbour
From Shenzhen Shekou Port, passengers can take direct ferry to Hong Kong (Tuen Mun Ferry Terminal, SkyPier of Hong Kong International Airport and Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal), Macau (Macau Maritime Ferry Terminal and Macau Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal and Zhuhai (Jiuzhou Port).

Check-point to Hongkong

1) Lowu Check-point


Lo Wu Station is the northern terminus of the East Rail Line (Kowloon-Canton Railway) of Hong Kong, located in Lo Wu within the Closed Area on Hong Kong's northern frontier. The station serves as a primary checkpoint for rail passengers between Hong Kong and mainland China and vice versa, rather than serving a specific residential/commercial area like the other stations do. It is also the northernmost railway station in Hong Kong. When the Kowloon-Canton Railway first went into service, trains did not stop at Lo Wu, as there was no border patrol at the time. However, shortly after the People's Republic of China was created in October 1949, the KCR announced that trains would terminate at Lo Wu, and that passengers would be able to cross the border on foot.

2) Huanggang Port

Huanggang Port is a port of entry on the border between mainland China and Hong Kong, in the Huanggang District of Shenzhen, China. Its counterpart in Hong Kong is the Lok Ma Chau Control Point, located in Lok Ma Chau in Hong Kong's New Territories, across the Sham Chun River from Huanggang. Hong Kong Visit Permit issued by People's Republic of China with a Huanggang Port Exit Stamp. Huanggang Port, close to Shenzhen city centre, is one of the five most important ports that connect the city and Hong Kong. On its west is the start of the Guangshen Expressway, which is the main thoroughfare connecting Shenzhen and Hong Kong. At present, it is both the largest comprehensive road crossings for passengers and cargo in China and one of the largest land crossings. Every day, about 20,000 vehicles pass through it. At the same time, it is also a passenger transit point. It is the second busiest in Shenzhen after Luohu Port and the third largest passenger crossing after the Gongbei Port in Zhuhai.


3) Futian Check-point
Futian Checkpoint Station is a terminus of Shenzhen Metro Longhua Line. It started operations on 28 June 2007. It is located at the ground level of Futian Port Control Point in Futian District, Shenzhen, People's Republic of China, and it is the only ground station in Shenzhen Metro. Futian Port Control Point and Futian Checkpoint Station are connected to Hong Kong's Lok Ma Chau Station by a footbridge.
The station was called "Huanggang Station" because its location is near Huanggang, which is also an immigration control point between Shenzhen and Hong Kong. But it has been renamed to "Futiankouan Station" since 15 August 2008 to avoid confusion between Futian Port and Huanggang Port. "Kouan" means a (immigration) port. Starting from July 1, 2010, with MTR Shenzhen taking over the operations and management of Longhua Line, the English name Futian Checkpoint is now being used.

4) Shenzhen Bay Check-point
Shenzhen Bay Vehicle Control Point is a Hong Kong immigration control point on its border with mainland China. It is housed in the same building with its mainland Chinese counterpart, the Shenzhen Bay Port.
Located geographically in Dongjiaotou, Shekou on the southwestern corner of the city of Shenzhen in the Guangdong Province of mainland China, the Shenzhen Bay Control Point is the only border control point where co-location clearance is practised. The Hong Kong portion of the building and its adjacent open area, together with the Western Corridor Bridge, are leased to Hong Kong and made within Hong Kong's jurisdiction for an initial period until 30 June 2047. As such, Hong Kong laws apply, instead of PRC laws.
The co-location of immigration and customs facilities with the mainland counterpart, the Shenzhen Bay Port, allows passengers and vehicles for departure and arrival clearance to take place within a short distance.
The control point is surrounded by mainland China and the closed area without being contiguously attached to another part of Hong Kong, except the bridge. Because it is a leased territory, it is legally part of Guangdong Province and thus not an exclave of Hong Kong. However, it is administered as a part of Hong Kong SAR and the Hong Kong Government exercises full jurisdiction within the area.

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