A modern comprehensive transportation network has gradually taken shape in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
A highway network connecting the cities of Hohhot, Baotou, Ordos and Ulaanqab in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region is gradually taking shape.
Inner Mongolia autonomous region plans to add 1,181 kilometers of new national highways and 4,130 km of ordinary national highways by the end of 2035.
A comprehensive transportation network will have taken shape in Inner Mongolia autonomous region by the end of 2025.
Inner Mongolia autonomous region recently issued preferential policies to support the construction of roads in the region's rural areas.
Inner Mongolia achieved rapid development of its transportation sector in 2021.
Hohhot bureau rolled out new e-card services for passengers traveling by train in Ulaanqab, Hohhot, Baotou and Ordos.
A smooth, convenient and fast transportation network took shape in Inner Mongolia.