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Q: How can I get a bus route map in Zhengzhou?

Looking for a bus route map/schedule for Zhengzhou.

12 years 35 weeks ago in  General  - Zhengzhou

 
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You can go to this website: http://map.sogou.com and then drag the map to Zhenzhou. Then measure the distance between your starting point and destination. After that, click on "by bus" on the left. The map will tell you what bus to take and how to change if necessary. Of course the contents are displayed in Chinese. So you have to learn some Chinese.

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