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The only city in China that will not block traffic is the city’s transportation system.
👆Sansha City is the county with the most geographical location, largest area, smallest land area, and least population in China. It has a permanent population of more than 2,500 people (excluding military and civilian police stationed in the area) and a population of 448 people.
👆It is the second prefecture-level administrative district built after the archipelago in Zhoushan City, Zhejiang Province. It has the honorary title of “National Double-support Model City”.
👆Sansha City is a tropical marine monsoon climate. During the year, it was exposed to direct sunlight twice. The annual total solar radiation was 140 kcal/cm2. The weather for the whole year is summer, and the heat and temperature are the highest in the country. However, due to the regulation of the sea, there is no summer heat.
👆Sansha City Meteorological Bureau was established on October 8, 2012, based on the original Meteorological Observatory of the Zhongsha Islands in Hainan Province. It is the southernmost prefecture-level city meteorological bureau in China.
👆Sansha City was established in 2012 with the cancellation of the offices of the Xisha Islands, Nansha Islands, and Zhongsha Islands in Hainan Province. It is one of the four prefecture-level cities under the jurisdiction of Hainan Province and governs the islands and reefs of the Xisha Islands, Zhongsha Islands and Nansha Islands. Its sea area has a total area of more than 2 million ordinary kilometers, of which land area.
👆After several years of construction, the supporting facilities on the island are quite complete. Government buildings, schools, hospitals, banks, postal services, restaurants, and barber shops are all available, and residents do not feel inconvenient.
👆There are few pedestrians on the street and there are almost no vehicles.
👆The reason why Sansha City does not have a traffic jam lies in the small number of cars and population in Sansha City. There are also many fishermen who have little demand for cars.