There are more than 1,100 bus lines in Shanghai. Buses are often packed to the hilt and at times, impossible to board.
Normal operating speeds usually reach 431 km/h, but during a test run, the Maglev has been shown to reach a top speed of 501 km/h.
The Shanghai Metro rapid-transit system and elevated light rail has eleven lines at present and extends to every core urban district.
The double-decker sightseeing bus on Huaihai Road and the special sightseeing bus on Nanjing Road offer you views of the bustling commercial streets of Shanghai.
Trams in Shanghai first started operating in 1908, as a steel wheeled electric system, but has been discontinued in the mid-1970s.
Shanghai has approximately 45,000 taxis, operated by over 150 taxi companies. Several companies have taxis in their own colors.
If you ever find yourself in Shanghai and want a unique look at the ever-growing Asian metropolis, do yourself a favor and strap yourself in motor.