Please Wear a Maskwhen taking public transportation
and entering public places.

In order to prevent the spread of the pneumonia epidemic of the new coronavirus infection, the authorities decided to implement the control measures for wearing masks in public places in Guangdong Province from the announcement on January 26, 2020. The termination date will be announced separately. (粤防疫指办通〔2020〕1号、2号)


Remind you: Wear a mask when taking metro, bus, tram, waterbus (ferry), taxi, highway bus and other public transportation, and entering shopping malls, shops, bookstores, museums, hotels, restaurants, cafes, waiting rooms in hospital, airport, port (pier), and other crowded public places.

If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing seek medical care early and share previous travel history within 14 days with the doctor. Inquiry hotline: 12320 (Guangzhou Health Hotline).

A Letter to All Expats in Guangzhou (from Foreign Affairs Office of Guangzhou Municipal People's Government)

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About us

iPublicTransport

Welcome to iPublicTransport, also as iPT. We also use "公共交通信息" as Simplified Chinese name.

 

Why set up the website?

We want to present information on public transportation in a pretty, easy-using, multi-language supported website. And no profit ADs.

Pretty

We try to display different types of information with a more pretty web design.

Rather than simply displaying the bus route map in horizontal rows, we display it in vertical double columns on the bus route page (a one-way route or a circular route, of course, only a single column), and display it in horizontal rows without changing rows on the bus stop page. In line with daily cognitive habits.

We also self-produced the "Guangzhou Metro Network Map" including the tram and intercity rail lines operated by Guangzhou Metro, and released them in PNG and PDF.

Easy-using

We also have a "Guangzhou Metro Network Map" webpage, and added the function of tapping to check the time of the first and last trains at the station.

When a metro station implements crowd control measures or is temporarily closed, real-time information will be displayed on the website homepage and metro line page.

On the metro and tram line page, you can check the first and last train time of each station by simply clicking on the station name. We also provide information on "Next Express Train".

On the waterbus line page, we also provide next ferry information.

Cross-regional travel has also become commonplace. We are also actively collecting information on the China T-Union, and the "Applicable area of China T-Union card" inquiry tool is online now.

Multi-language

We try to improve the multilingualism of the website. Currently supports Chinese (simplified and traditional version), English, Korean and Japanese.

The Chinese pages of the whole site can be switched by region, and most of the pages will be automatically converted by the program.

The metro, tram, and waterbus pages support all supported languages; the bus page supports Chinese and English, and some basic information on bus stops supports Korean.

No profit ADs

True. We don't have any ADs for profits. We are a non-profit website. All the costs are are borne by the website owner.

 

Communication outside the website

We also hope to make efforts to promote the public's understanding and use of public transportation, and to promote information related to public transportation using transportation cards.

We will use social platforms such as Weibo and Twitter to release information. We will spontaneously answer to citizens on social platforms and promote public transportation information.

 

Help us do better

If you have comments and suggestions, or if the information is missing or incorrect, please let us know through the feedback form link below.

Feedback form

Click here.

 

Thanks to

Data editing made by KOP-SEE, wongkwanyiu and 蝴蝶.

Information by Keith Wong.

And other Information Providers, Services and Open Source Project.