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Old February 25th, 2005, 12:00 AM   #1
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CHINA | High Speed Rail



Bidding starts on Beijing-Tianjin high-speed railway
24 February 2005
Business Daily Update

International rail engineering companies are expected to bid next week on the planned Beijing-Tianjin high-speed railway project, a well-placed source from the Ministry of Railways said yesterday.

The planned rail link between the nation's capital and its neighbouring Tianjin Municipality is estimated to cost about 14.3 billion yuan (US$1.73 billion).

The 140-kilometre high-speed railway will get commuters between the two metropolis in half an hour if it were completed, according to the ministry's plan.

The Beijing Railways Bureau serves as the tenderer and established an office to deal with the issue.

This Sunday will be the deadline for the international companies to submit bids, said a source from a German engineering company involved in the competition.

"The tenderer will assess the bids starting next week and finalize the winner of the project a few weeks later," the source said.

The project is scheduled to start construction before June and begin operating in 2007, said Dai Xianglong, mayor of Tianjin Municipality.

The rail project is considered a step towards regional economic integration. Thanks to the project, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region will become the third pole of economic growth after the Yangtze River and Pearl River deltas.

To alleviate the nation's rail bottleneck upon the rapid economic growth, China has unveiled a national plan for mid- and long-term railway development.

The Chinese Government has approved building 3,000 kilometres of high speed railways, Vice-Minister of Railways Lu Dongfu said at a conference in December.

They include rail tracks from Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei Province to Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong Province and from Zhengzhou, capital of Central China's Henan Province to Xi'an, capital of Northwest Shaanxi Province.

And Beijing-Tianjin rail link is also on the list of approved projects to be built.

All the railways are for trains that run above 200 kilometres per hour, according to the railway ministry's plan.
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Old February 25th, 2005, 02:09 PM   #2
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Which international railway companies? Are these trains going to be like the TGV and the Shinkansen?
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Old February 27th, 2005, 04:40 AM   #3
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Old March 2nd, 2005, 07:56 AM   #4
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Actually driving is more convenient. I only spend one and half hours to arrive Tianjin from Beijing. Along the highway, sightseeing is quite impressive because all kinds of economic development regions have been built up these years. New railway systems might be built for meeting the demand of more and more cargo transportation.
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Old April 10th, 2005, 11:06 AM   #5
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The close integration of Beijing and Tianjin, which are both huge cities on their own, could lead to a unified metropolitan area, which would be very powerful economically. A high-speed rail connection would be a key step in uniting the two cities. The region could be the next PRD.

I assume another key reason for the railway would be the 2008 Olympics. China will definitely have a lot of major projects to show off at that point.
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Old April 12th, 2005, 04:52 PM   #6
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Which international railway companies? Are these trains going to be like the TGV and the Shinkansen?
I think so. Giving 1/2 hour for a 140 km distance means they'll be going close to 300 km/hr. The fastest trains right now take about 80 minutes.
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Old April 14th, 2005, 02:07 AM   #7
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Good news!
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Old April 15th, 2005, 01:29 AM   #8
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I will do some homework.
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Old May 16th, 2005, 11:01 PM   #9
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Beijing-Shanghai Express Rail 京沪高铁

只聽説要用TGV..也不知道知道開沒開始建。後來又有謠言工程分給三傢了,Kawasaki哪得最多。後來又有消息京滬不建了。先建中部高鉄(武漢至廣州或者是鄭州至武漢,我忘了)。用的是中華之星(還是中原之星,又忘了)的車頭。照這樣奧運會甚至是世博會之間都建不好了吧。

還有上海至杭州磁懸浮有沒有消息?
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Old May 16th, 2005, 11:48 PM   #10
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有个小道消息,Renault和法国政府一直倾心广州作为Renault在中国的基地,主要因为日产的基地在广州,但是中国有关部门考虑到汽车业是武汉最为重要之行业,所以国家有关部门希望Renault把基地放在武汉,相持之下,Renault一直没有获得建厂的批准.据说法国的条件是,如果要放在武汉,京沪高铁必须用TGV.
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Old May 16th, 2005, 11:55 PM   #11
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有德国媒体报道说,中国有关方面已经允诺,在上海磁浮项目成功以后,德国还有希望签下新的合同,即上海到杭州之间380公里长的磁浮线路。而中国规划中或潜在的磁浮项目,京津(北京-天津)、沪宁(上海-南京)、粤港(广州-香港)以及渝蓉(重庆-成都),德国都是最有力的竞争者。

不过现在上海第一条线亏得着不住,估计是没有第二条线了.
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Old May 17th, 2005, 08:55 AM   #12
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Quote:
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有德国媒体报道说,中国有关方面已经允诺,在上海磁浮项目成功以后,德国还有希望签下新的合同,即上海到杭州之间380公里长的磁浮线路。而中国规划中或潜在的磁浮项目,京津(北京-天津)、沪宁(上海-南京)、粤港(广州-香港)以及渝蓉(重庆-成都),德国都是最有力的竞争者。

不过现在上海第一条线亏得着不住,估计是没有第二条线了.
麻烦的是德国人不肯转让技术

不知道我们能偷学到一些不?
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Old May 17th, 2005, 03:39 PM   #13
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麻烦的是德国人不肯转让技术

不知道我们能偷学到一些不?
其實中國人最善於學習和模仿,遠比日本人還強,不用擔心,這種頂尖技術是政治經濟博弈的結果,我們絕對不會吃虧的。
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Old May 18th, 2005, 11:09 AM   #14
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交通方面最近只看到这个,据说已经是目前中国大陆运行最快的了



最快时速:250公里
车组造价:1个亿
设计载人:650人




另外,杭州这边传的是新干线,口号是“40分钟到上海”。未考证。
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交通方面最近只看到这个,据说已经是目前中国大陆运行最快的了



最快时速:250公里
车组造价:1个亿
设计载人:650人
這個八成就應該是即將通車的瀋秦高鉄了(瀋陽---秦皇島),機車是中華之星,鐵軌系統用的是法國技術,電器控制系統用的是德國的,聽説最快時速是300Km,運營速度是250Km。
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另外,杭州这边传的是新干线,口号是“40分钟到上海”。未考证。
日本不樂意轉讓新幹綫的技術,德國的磁懸浮技術世界遙遙領先,所以德國在轉讓高鉄技術上比較大方,完全使用某一家的可能性不大,估計也是德法日的混合技術。
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Old May 18th, 2005, 07:20 PM   #17
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atoom,你说的是即将开通的重庆到遂宁的全国最快的高速列车吧

http://www.newssc.org 2005-5-17 7:23:55


 

  昨日,遂渝线提速综合试验指挥部向媒体透露,渝遂铁路200km/h提速综合试验将于今日上午启动。届时,实验用的列车将在遂渝铁路合川太和至北碚北段飞驰近50公里,以测验火车的最快时速。


  据了解,遂渝线是我国西部第一条高速铁路、西部地区目前已规划的等级最高的铁路客运通道,理论测试时速最高可达250公里。线路走向为:遂宁—潼南—合川—重庆江北站(新建)。该条快速通道将选择大取直方案,采用全线全封闭防护栏,道口全部立交。据悉,此次提速实验将关系到全国铁路第六次大提速。若提速成功,乘坐该高速铁路,自重庆到成都只需3.5小时。


  试验用的列车车头为子弹头形状,最高时速可达250公里,是全国最快的火车。本次实验将以180-200公里的时速进行测试。
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Old May 19th, 2005, 12:04 AM   #18
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其實中國人最善於學習和模仿,遠比日本人還強
你这个结论下的太早,我们的lenovo一下就给你推翻
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Shanghai-Hangzhou Maglev train

I've heard about the project of a Maglev railway linking the cities of Shanghai and Hangzhou.

What's the current status of this proyect?
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Old January 9th, 2006, 08:25 AM   #20
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I heard they decided not to use Maglev and use conventional bullet rail.
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