Jiangsu is linked to more than 40 large and medium-sized cities in China through the railway network. The new Asia-Europe Continental Bridge which starts in Lianyungang in the east and ends at Rotterdam, Netherlands in the west, has undertaken 95 percent of the transit transportation business since it opened to traffic at the end of 1992.
The highways in the province, totaling 60,141 km, include express highways and first-class and second-class highways. A total of 1,702 km express highways have opened to traffic. Nanjing is the largest highway hub with lines radiating province wide and linking over 100 cities and counties in neighboring provinces. Fourteen national roads run through the province, including two north-south trunk roads: one from Tongjiang in northeast China to Sanya in Hainan, and the other from Beijing to Fuzhou; and two east-west trunk roads, one from Lianyungang to Huoerguosi in Xinjiang, and the other from Shanghai to Chengdu in Sichuan.
Seven cities in the province have airports which provide services to 67 domestic and international air routes.