Already well supplied with communication Huizhou Daya Bay Economic and Technological Development Zone — approved as a state-level development zone in May 1993 — is now expecting improvements in its logistics connections.
The zone now has a developed area of 6.98 square kilometers.
It is in the southern part of Huizhou, Guangdong, facing
the South Sea, neighboring Shantou on its east and
connected to Shenzhen on its west. It is
60 kilometers away from Hong Kong by land.
It will be only 36 kilometers away from the downtown of Shenzhen after the class 1 highway is finished along the coastline between Macau and Shenzhen.
The Zone is situated within the economic belt along the line of Beijing-Kowloon Railway and the center of the developed Pearl River Delta economic circle.
Huizhou Airport (36 kilometers away from Daya Bay) is a dual function airport for transportation of both passengers and freight. Shenzhen International Airport is only 70 kilometers away from Daya Bay.
Huizhou is to be connected to Daya Bay Aotou (Huizhou Port) by Huizhou-Aotou Railway, a branch line of Beijing-Kowloon Railway (51 kilometers long). The project is now under preparation for construction.