Binjiang District

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Binjiang (Chinese: 滨江区; pinyin: About this sound Bīnjiāng) is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of Hangzhou city, in Zhejiang, a province of the People's Republic of China. It is across the Qiantang River from West Lake and the older parts of Hangzhou. Like Pudong in Shanghai, it a very modern, and rapidly developing, area that was mostly farmland until ten years ago. The district's total area is 73 square kilometers, and its population is 120,000 people. The district people's government is situated on Xixing Road.

Administrative regions[edit]

Binjiang district has jurisdiction over Xixing Road, Changhe Road, and Puyan Road.

Transportation[edit]

  • Shidai Avenue
  • S4 Airport Expressway
  • Zhonghe Elevated Bridge
  • Guanshan Tunnel

Economy[edit]

The Geely automotive manufacturing company has its headquarters in the district.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact." Geely. Retrieved on April 18, 2013. "ZHEJIANG GEELY HOLDING GROUP CO.,LTD Add: 1760,Jiangling Road,Binjiang District,Hangzhou Zhejiang Province,P.R. China Zip: 310051"

Coordinates: 30°13′30″N 120°11′49″E / 30.225°N 120.197°E / 30.225; 120.197