China prepares to open the world's longest high-speed train line

China is preparing to open the world's longest high-speed train line: China, which has made great progress in the high-speed train field, is preparing to open the world's longest high-speed train line with the 1776 mileage.



The 23,3 will cost $ 1 billion and the high-speed train line, which can be reached at an hourly speed of 250, is located between the center of Gansu province in the northwest of the country and the center of the Uighur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang (Xinjinag).

According to China International Radio, this line will be the longest high-speed train line in the world, and the Urumqi-Dune section of the line will be opened in November. The line, whose short name is Lanxin, starting from Lanzhou and extending over the Hexi corridor to Urumqi, also follows the Silk Road and now forms the Second Eurasian Continental Bridge fragment from east of China to Rotterdam, Holland.

The report also noted that post-tests were carried out in the parts of the line in Gansu and Qinghai provinces, and these sections are expected to be put into service throughout the year. It is stated that the line, the construction of which started at the end of 2009 and will allow to go to Urumqi in 9 hours, will open in December.


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