China News Service, Beijing, July 25 (Reporter Cheng Chunyu) At around 12:30 on July 25, the sixth typhoon "Fireworks" landed on Putuo, Zhoushan, Zhejiang this year.
At present, Zhejiang has launched a typhoon prevention level I emergency response, Jiangsu has launched a typhoon prevention level III response, Shanghai has upgraded its flood prevention and prevention typhoon emergency response to level II, and Fujian has launched a typhoon prevention level III response.
In order to do a good job in the defense of "fireworks", the Ministry of Transport stated that it will continue to maintain consultations with the transportation departments of Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Fujian, and Jiangxi and relevant ministries.
According to the Ministry of Transport, as of 8 o'clock on the 25th, Zhejiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Fujian, and Jiangxi expressways have not been damaged by the typhoon; a total of 7 expressways and 14 toll stations in Zhejiang have been closed. Shanghai Speed limit measures have been adopted for 19 sections of 10 highways in the territory, of which G9211 Yongzhou Expressway in Zhejiang is a fully enclosed section.
"In terms of ordinary national and provincial highways, there are 6 ordinary national and provincial highways in Zhejiang that implement traffic control, including Hangzhou Xiaoshan G235, Ningbo Zhenhai S320 Luoxia Line, Wenzhou Cangnan S232 Shuixia Line, Shaoxing Zhuji G235 Xinhai Line, and Lishui Jinyun S333 Liudong Line, Zhoushan G526 Shengsi connection line."
The Ministry of Transport stated that it will pay close attention to the impact of severe weather such as typhoons and heavy rainfall, and urge and guide relevant regional transportation departments, maritime search and rescue agencies, and directly affiliated maritime departments to earnestly perform on-duty, early warning, and emergency response work.