Railways: Five trunk lines including the Chengdu-Chongqing Railway, Chengdu-Kunming Railway and Baoji-Chengdu Railway, eight feeders and four local railway lines, with the mileage open to traffic reaching 2,693 km.
Highways: The mileage of highways has reached 89,000 km, 1,152 km of it being expressways. The Chengdu-Chongqing Expressway, the first expressway built on hilly land in China, opened to traffic in 1995. The Chengdu-Mianyang Expressway, the first expressway jointly funded by Chinese and foreign investment in Sichuan, opened to traffic in 1998.
Airports: Chengdu Shuangliu Airport has become one of the busiest international airport in China. Another five civil airports at Dachuan, Yibin, Luzhou, Xichuang and Nanchong have also been open to traffic. At present, a total of 16 aviation companies are using the Shauangliu Airport, offering some 140 air lines to domestic and overseas cities.
Waterways: The Yangtze River running through the province joins the other rivers including Minjiang and Jinsha to form a natural water transportation network in the province. Leshan, Yibin and Luozhou are the major cities on the trunk waterways.