Plans to build a Disneyland amusement park in Shanghai are again under way after being suspended in 2005, state media reported. The new park, which will be located in the suburbs of Chuansha and Nanhui, will cover six square kilometers, 4.7 times the size of Hong Kong Disneyland. Authorities said Chuansha residents who live on the park's proposed grounds have already been relocated. China's transportation infrastructure is also being adapted to accommodate the park, and will bring in tourists from more than 50 cities in the Yangtze River Delta. Disney first stated an interest in building a Disneyland park in mainland China in 2002, and began talks with Shanghai in 2004.