Hohhot city enhances urban infrastructure, greenery
Residents take a stroll in Hohhot. [Photo/Hohhot Daily]
The city of Hohhot – capital of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region – is becoming ever more livable, with continuous efforts made in promoting its urban infrastructure, road upgrades and greenery, according to local media reports.
Since last year, the city's urban and rural landscape has continued to improve. Its third ring road and the main structure of the east extension of Jinhai Road are now fully connected and 30 roads, including the west extension of Xinhua Street and the west extension of Ordos Street, have all been completed.
Stylish architectural features decorate a park in Hohhot. [Photo/Hohhot Daily]
In Hohhot, 140 back streets and alleys were renovated last year and 97 road congestion points were improved.
More pocket parks have been added, while some parks in the city have been equipped with smart running tracks and smart fitness equipment.
Volunteers do some gardening in a park in Hohhot. [Photo/Hohhot Daily]