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Adjustments in GZ's coach stations
Update: 2020-03-10     Source: lifeofguangzhou.com

Officials announced on March 4 that the Passenger Transport Station of Guangzhou (广州汽车客运站流花车站) is scheduled to stop its regular bus services from April 1. All regular bus lines will be transferred to other passenger stations in the city.
 
Built in 1985, the station, located at No. 158 Huanshi Xilu in Yuexiu district, has offered bus services to all cities in Guangdong province, as well as certain cities in Hunan, Guangxi, Fujian, Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces.
 
The station has seen a stark drop in passenger volume in recent years, with 79.79 million passengers in 2014, 71.37 million in 2015, 68.74 million in 2016, 58.6 million in 2017 and 52 million in 2018. The decline is mainly due to the rapid development of the region's railway network, with subways, high-speed rails and intercity railways expanding. Passengers nowadays also prefer private cars, customized buses and online car-hailing services rather than coaches, bringing great financial pressure to traditional bus stations. 

The Guangzhou Municipal Transportation Bureau said other coach stations in downtown Guangzhou will be relocated or integrated with stations in the outskirts, to connect railway stations outside the city center and provide seamless connectivity for passengers. 

Among the many coach stations in the city, Yuexiu Passenger Station, Huangpu Coach Station and Yongtai Bus Station were closed in 2019. 

Tianhe Coach Terminal resumes service amid outbreak
Some bus lines from Tianhe Coach Terminal to Jiangxi, Guangxi, Hunan, Fujian, and Hainan provinces have resumed service, and inter-provincial bus lines are returning to normal operation, according to a notice on the terminal's official WeChat account. 

The destinations of operating bus lines in Tianhe Coach Terminal are listed as follows: 
Pearl River Delta: Zhuhai, Jiangmen, Zhaoqing, Shenzhen, Shunde Daliang, Sanshui, Dongguan, Zhongshan
West Guangdong: Yunfu, Yangjiang, Zhanjiang, Maoming
East Guangdong: Huizhou, Heyuan, Shanwei, Jiexi, Chaozhou, Shantou, Meizhou
North Guangdong: Qingyuan, Lianzhou, Yingde, Wengyuan
Jiangxi province: Anyuan, Dingnan, Ningdu, Guangchang, Xunwu, Fuzhou, Suichuan, Quannan, Nanfeng
Guangxi province: Bobai, Lingshan, Liuzhou, Rongxian, Cenxi
Hunan province: Changning, Daoxian, Jinshi
Fujian province: Jianning, Wuping, Changting, Zhangping, Shanghang, Ningde, Ninghua
Hainan province: Qionghai, Haikou

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