Double Dutch buses will be operating on Saturday to provide service to Busan in southern Sichuan province.
The double Dutch buses, which are the only commercial transport in Busan, have been operating since 2012.
This comes amid a crackdown on the black market in the city by authorities.
A double Dutch bus from Busan will arrive at the bus terminal on Sichu, the country’s busiest highway, at 5.30pm.
The buses will stop at Busan City Center and run to the bus station.
Busan City Council chief executive officer Wang Guoqiang told reporters the buses will begin operating at 5pm.
He said the company is also planning to open bus services to other cities in the country.
He did not elaborate on the routes, but said that buses from Busans city will also be available in other cities.
The government has also announced the closure of the Sichun International Airport on Friday, with the closure scheduled to last until the middle of May.
The airport has been plagued by safety and security issues since it was reopened in 2014, when the government imposed an annual inspection and inspection program to improve the airport’s security.
The airport was closed for two days during the visit of President Xi Jinping and Vice President Xi Yang last month.
The government’s crackdown on illegal trade has also caused a huge surge in the black-market economy in Busans province.
A recent report by the Sino-Japanese Friendship Association showed that the black economy in the region has grown to nearly $1.4 billion, up from $932 million in 2015.