In 2009 in China:
- Water supply totaled 49.67 billion m3;
- Per capita daily water usage was 176.6 liters;
- Coal gas supply totaled 36.16 billion m3;
- Liquefied natural gas supply totaled 134 billion tons;
- Natural gas supply totaled 40.51 billion m3.
By the end of 2009 in China:
- Road length totaled 269,141km;
- Road area totaled 4.82 billion m2;
- Total number of bridges was 51,068;
- Urban daily capacity of wastewater treatment was 121.84 million m3;
- Total number of road lamps was 16.94 million;
- Total number of buses was 365,161;
- Total number of subway trains was 5,479;
- Bus route length totaled 208,250km2;
- Subway network length totaled 999km (343km in Shanghai, 228km in Beijing and 172km in Guangdong);
- Bus ridership totaled 64.02 billion people;
- Subway ridership totaled 3.66 billion people;
- Total number of taxis was 971,579;
- Total number of urban parks was 9,050;
- Total number of urban public toilets was 118,525;
- Urban tap water penetration was 96.12%;
- Urban gas penetration was 91.41%;
- Every 10,000 urban residents could use 11.12 buses;
- Every 10,000 urban residents could use 3.15 toilets.
China’s construction sector had 70,817 firms employing 36.73 million people in 2009. Of the 70,817 firms, 5,009 were government owned, 5,352 were collectively owned, 444 were owned by Taiwan, Hong Kong or Macau investors, 351 were foreign funded and the vast majority were privately owned.
The construction sector produced ¥1.56 trillion of goods and services in 2009, up 25.1% from the year before and accounting for over 4.6% of gross domestic product. A total of 2.45 billion m2 of floor spaces were built reaping ¥271.88 billion in gross profits in 2009, up 9.8% and 23.5% respectively from the year before.