Two New High Speed ​​​​Train Lines Entering Service in China

Two New High Speed ​​​​Train Lines Entering Service in China
Two New High Speed ​​​​Train Lines Entering Service in China
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Two new high-speed train lines will start operating in China, which has recently started Laos services. The Mudanjiang-Jiamusi railway line, which will connect Mudanjiang city of Heilongjiang province in northeast China and Jiamusi city, will be the easternmost high train line in the country.

China Railway Harbin Group Co., Ltd. According to the company, the speed of the trains that will run on the said line is 250 kilometers per hour, and there are seven stations on the 372 kilometers long line. The newly opened line will form part of the high-speed rail line between Jiamusi and Shenyang, the capital of Liaoning province. Reservation and ticket sales started on Saturday, December 4th.

The second high-speed rail is the Zhangjiajie-Jishou-Huaihua line in China's central province of Hunan. There are seven stations on this line, which is 245 kilometers long. China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. company announced that one of them is the famous train station of Fenghuang, an ancient city. It is anticipated that trains will travel at a speed of 350 kilometers per hour on this railway line. By the end of 2020, the country had more than 37 kilometers of high-speed rail lines, thus the longest high-speed rail network in the world in service.

Source: China International Radio

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