The railways in operation total 3,080 kilometers. The Beijing-Kowloon Railway runs through the province, with Fuyang and Hefei serving as its major transition hubs. Anhui has become one of the railway transport centers in central China. The year 2003 saw the completion of the Hefei-Xi’an section of the Nanjing-Xi’an Railway line.
A total of 39,264 kilometers of highways are open to traffic. The Hefei-Nanjing-Shanghai expressway is a thoroughfare linking up cities in the Yangtze River Delta. In 2003, the northern section of the Hefei-Xuzhou Expressway was completed and open to traffic.
The four cities on the Yangtze River including Wuhu, Maanshan, Tongling and Anqing, have all established nationally first-class ports. Wuhu and Tongling ports have been approved to open to foreign vessels. From these Anhui river ports, ships can go to Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore.
The province has six airports, including Hefei, Huangshan, Fuyang, Wuhu, Anqing, and Bengbu, from where flights go to 29 large and medium-sized cities in China. From Hefei and Huangshan, one can take a direct flight to Hong Kong.