Riding enthusiasts are ecstatic! The total length of these urban greenways can circle the earth twice

In recent years, China has accelerated the pace of building green cities, and cities are building urban greenways according to local conditions.


In Chengdu, Sichuan Province, in the southwest of China, there is a green belt connecting various local landscapes, which is regarded as a paradise for cyclists.

It is 100 kilometers long, passing 78 landscape bridges and 121 ecological parks.

In Wuhan, Hubei Province, 1000 km away from Chengdu, there is also a 100 km long urban green road.

This lakeside green road connects more than 100 scenic spots in the East Lake Scenic Area.

The road twists and turns to connect various islands in the lake.

Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, 1000 kilometers south of Wuhan, has a coastal greenway located in Shenzhen Bay.

This greenway is like a winding ribbon, connecting forests, cities and oceans.

Nowadays, the urban greenways in China continue to extend, and increasingly become unique business cards around the country.

By 2021, more than 80000 kilometers of urban greenways have been built in China, which can circle the earth twice in length.


The unique charm of different urban spaces is slowly developing through the “greenway network” woven by urban greenways.

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