Monday 27th September 2021

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    • High-speed railway starts operations in China’s coldest region High-speed-railway-starts-operations-in-China's-coldest-region

      A high-speed railway line officially went into operation on Tuesday, linking cities in China’s northernmost province of Heilongjiang, where the temperatures dip as low as minus 40 degrees Celsius. The 300-km line designed to allow trains running at 250 km per hour cuts the travel time between the provincial capital of Harbin and Mudanjiang, known as “snow city,” from four hours and 17 minutes to one hour and 28 minutes, according to the China Railway Harbin Group.  The line is China’s northernmost high-speed railway. Construction of the railway started in December 2014, as one of the key projects in...

    • China green lights first underwater high-speed railway China-green-lights-first-underwater-high-speed-railway

        There’s no slowing China’s high-speed rail ambitions. Beijing has just green lighted a project to build the country’s first underwater bullet train route. The line will connect Ningbo, a port city south of Shanghai, to Zhoushan, an archipelago off the east coast. The proposed underwater tunnel will be a part of the 77-kilometer Yong-Zhou Railway plan(Yong is the nickname of Ningbo) to boost tourism and create a two-hour-commute zone within China’s Zhejiang Province. First mentioned in a government transportation plan in 2005, the feasibility study of the Yong-Zhou Railway plan was approved by Beijing in November. Within the 77...