Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
44 kilometers away from the Optics Valley.
57 minutes by car between the Optics Valley and the airport.
81 minutes by metro line 2 from the zone to the airport.
The airport is the first 4F-class civil international airport in Central China, one of China's eight regional hub airports, an international scheduled flight airport and a class-I airport open to the outside world. As of January 2019, the airport had opened 111 domestic routes and 61 international and regional routes.
10 km away from Wuchang Railway Station.
24 km away from Wuhan Railway Station.
28 km away from Hankou Railway Station.
At present, the main structure of the Optics Valley Railway Station (also called Liufang Railway Station) has been completed, and the decoration work and rain canopy construction are in progress
It is expected to be completed by the end of August 2020 and it is currently the largest railway station under construction in Wuhan.
Optics Valley Railway Station mainly operates intercity trains. After opening, the existing three intercity railways from Wuhan to Huangshi, Wuhan to Huanggang and Wuhan to Xianning will start from the station. The terminal points for the Wuhan-Xiaogan intercity railway and Hankou-Yichang intercity railway -- including the Dafu branch line to Xiantao -- will also extend from Hankou station to Optics Valley station, further easing the transportation pressure of the other three railway stations in Wuhan and offering convenience for people in Optics Valley.
According to the current planning for Wuhan, Optics Valley plans to build a total of eight metro lines. They are extensions of line 2, line 11, line 19, line 13, line 9, line 24, line 29 and line 30.
At present, line 2 and line 11 have been opened to traffic, the others are under construction or are planned.
The L1 and L2 trams, named "Optics Valley Quantum", run through the zone and afford passengers a good view of the scenery and the unique attractions of the zone.
L1 tram runs from Huazhong University of Science and Technology to Fozuling Station.
L2 tram runs from Tangxun Lake Station to Optics Valley Botanic Garden.
At present, the L3 line is under commissioning and the L4, L5 and L6 tram lines have been planned.
5. Urban roads:
Wuhan No 3 Loop Line and No 4 Loop Line that run through the Optics Valley connect all the ways in and out of Wuhan.
Guanshan Avenue is an important north-south urban main road, along which there are many industrial parks and communities and it is also an important road connecting Optics Valley and Jiangxia District.
Gaoxin Avenue is an east-west main road.