In Hunan, the Beijing-Guangzhou and Jiaozuo-Liuzhou railways run through from north to south China, while the Zhejiang-Jiangxi, Hunan-Guizhou, Hunan-Guangxi and Shimen-Changsha Railways cross from west to east China, totaling 2,275 kilometers in length. Besides, there are over 1,200 kilometers of local railways and special railways that connect to the national network. Zhuzhou and Huaihua railway stations are both large freight-marshalling yards. Railways run through all the 14 cities, autonomous prefectures and the majority of the counties in Hunan Province.
There are four national highways running north-south and three west-west connecting with over 70 provincial highways as well as lots of country roads.
Hunan has some 15,000 kilometers of waterways, linking 95 percent of cities and over 30 percent of the towns in the province. Through the two 5,000-ton-level inland ports of Chenglingji, ships can reach the sea via the Yangtze River.
Hunan has 56 air routes, linking 45 cities in China. Huanghua International Airport, as well as Zhangjiajie Airport and Changde Airport, have not only opened flight routes to major domestic cities, but also to Hong Kong, Bangkok and Seoul.