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Old December 13th, 2012, 04:07 AM   #5021
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8 hours is a bit of a stretch for a train ride. I'd rather fly for 3.5 hours and waste 2 hours pre-flight and an hour after. Even then, I still save quite a bit of time flying.
I'd rather relax and browse internet for 8 hours than sit like a sardine in an economy class of 737/A320 with no Internet or sights behind the window.
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Good stuff there. Is this the official schedule?

Is the G79/G80 the fastest service?
Yes. And there is much more at: http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shar...7&uk=940615312 , decompress password = "1q2w3e4r.rar"
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Old December 13th, 2012, 04:57 AM   #5023
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Old December 13th, 2012, 04:59 AM   #5024
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download Beijing-Shijiazhuang-Wuhan-Guangzhou-Senzhen HSR timetable

http://bbs.railcn.net/thread-1007704-1-1.html
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Old December 13th, 2012, 06:35 AM   #5025
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8 hours is a bit of a stretch for a train ride. I'd rather fly for 3.5 hours and waste 2 hours pre-flight and an hour after. Even then, I still save quite a bit of time flying.
8 hours will be longer than flying, but probably more comfortable for people who can spare the additional two hours. I don't have to worry about potential delays, which happen quite often, or turbulence, or era poping The seats are more comfortable, you can walk to the dining car and eat or chill. You can even be a inconsiderate a** and talk on the phone really loud.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 09:00 AM   #5026
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8 hours will be longer than flying, but probably more comfortable for people who can spare the additional two hours. I don't have to worry about potential delays, which happen quite often, or turbulence, or era poping The seats are more comfortable, you can walk to the dining car and eat or chill. You can even be a inconsiderate a** and talk on the phone really loud.
There is no official announcement yet. Assuming 8 hours is right, then
perhaps it will be cut down further after a new RW minister takes over.
Hopefully in a several years, a maglev line is built, which will make the travel
time (around 4 hours) really competitive.

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Old December 13th, 2012, 05:12 PM   #5027
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Beijing-Xian

Has a schedule for Beijing-Shijiazhuang-Zhengzhou-Xian also become known?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 10:48 PM   #5028
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There is no official announcement yet. Assuming 8 hours is right, then
perhaps it will be cut down further after a new RW minister takes over.
Hopefully in a several years, a maglev line is built, which will make the travel
time (around 4 hours) really competitive.

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With the current 350km/h lines capable of 380km/h service, once that becomes a reality (after 2015, at least), then the travel time may be cut down to less than 7 hours.
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Old December 13th, 2012, 10:59 PM   #5029
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Hangzhou-Huangshan PDL has been approved and construction will start next year.

287km, 250km/h, RMB 36.8 billion, total travel time reduce to less than 90 minutes.

http://zjnews.zjol.com.cn/05zjnews/s...urce=weibolife

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With the current 350km/h lines capable of 380km/h service, once that becomes a reality (after 2015, at least), then the travel time may be cut down to less than 7 hours.
8 hoursx300 km/h=2400 km (Beijing-Guangzhou South is 2105 km, but the stops and ceceleration/acceleration takes time).
7hoursx350 km/h=2450 km.

It seems that cutting the time to under 7 hours would not require 380 km/h service - 350 km/h could be enough.

Would it also be useful if 300 km/h trains could be run at night, so that 8...10 time spent on train would not be wasted at waking time?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 11:25 PM   #5031
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Where can I find a timetable for the Shenzhen-Guangzhou–Wuhan HSR line?
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Old December 14th, 2012, 02:22 AM   #5032
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8 hoursx300 km/h=2400 km (Beijing-Guangzhou South is 2105 km, but the stops and ceceleration/acceleration takes time).
7hoursx350 km/h=2450 km.

It seems that cutting the time to under 7 hours would not require 380 km/h service - 350 km/h could be enough.

Would it also be useful if 300 km/h trains could be run at night, so that 8...10 time spent on train would not be wasted at waking time?
380km/h service will enable a travel time less than 6.5 hrs, that'd be sweet. I think it'll be entirely doable to have sleeper trains, but so far the only one (CRH1E) available is 250km/h. But if it's a direct train then it'll still make it in 8.5 hrs. IIRC those trains are mostly idling after the discontinuation of the Chengdu-Shanghai service.
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Old December 14th, 2012, 06:10 AM   #5033
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Hangzhou-Huangshan PDL has been approved and construction will start next year.

287km, 250km/h, RMB 36.8 billion, total travel time reduce to less than 90 minutes.

http://zjnews.zjol.com.cn/05zjnews/s...urce=weibolife

This line will connect the famous tourist sites such as Mount Huang, Thousand Islands Lake, Fuchun River and Hangzhou.
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It is announced by CCTV that the Beijing-Guangzhou HSR will officially open December 26th, with the fastest trains covering the trip in 7 hours 59 minutes.
There are also rumors that between December 21 and December 25, there will be "unofficial"
runs.

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Hangzhou-Huangshan PDL has been approved and construction will start next year.

287km, 250km/h, RMB 36.8 billion, total travel time reduce to less than 90 minutes.
Besides the tourist destinations, it also seems to reach Hefei-Fuzhou high speed railway.
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长城网12月14日讯(张天虎)记者从北京铁路局获悉,为了迎接京广高铁的开通,北京铁路局日前公布了京广高铁列车运行图:

  一、“G”字头动车组列车62对

  1.北京西~深圳北1对:G71/G72;并套跑广州南~深圳北1对;

  2.北京西~广州南2对:G81/G80、G82/79;

  3.北京西~长沙南4对:G83/G506、G501/G504、G505/G84、G502/G503;

  4.北京西~武汉(汉口)12对:G509/G520、G511/G522、G507/G86、G513/G524、G515/G526、G517/G528、G508/G85、G510/G519、G512/G521、G514/G523、G516/G525、G518/G527,经由京广高铁运行;

  5.北京西~信阳东2对:G572/G573、G571/G574,经由京广高铁运行;

  6.北京西~郑州东2对:G89、 G90、G564/G565,经由京广高铁运行;

  7.北京西~郑州2对:G566/G561、G562、 G563,经由京广高铁运行;

  8.北京西~安阳东1对:G567/G568;

  9.北京西~邯郸东3对:G6731/G6734、G6732、G6735、G6733/G6736;

  10.北京西~石家庄7对:G6705/G6710、G6703/G6714、G6702/G6709、G6706/G6711、G6713、G6704、G6701/G6708、G6707/G6712;

  11.石家庄~广州南1对:G531/G532;

  12.石家庄~邯郸东1对:G6751、G6752;

  13.北京西~西安北10对:G651/G88、G653/G662、G655/G664、G657/G666、G659/G668、G652/G87、G654/G661、G656/G663、G658/G665、G660/G667,经由京广、郑西高铁运行;

  14.北京西~太原9对:G91/G604、G609/G614、G603/G606、G605/G608、G611/G616、G615/G602、G601/G612、G92/G607、G610/G613,经由京广高铁、石太客专运行;

  15.太原~广州南1对:G622/3、G624/1,太原~武汉2对:G632/3 、G638/5、G636/7、G634/1,太原~郑州东1对: G628/5、G626/7,经由京广高铁、石太客专运行。

  二、“D”字头动车组列车7对

  1.北京西~武汉1对:D2031/D2032,经由京广高铁运行;

  2.北京西~郑州东1对:D2022、D2021,经由京广高铁运行;

  3.北京西~太原3对:D2001/D2002、D2003/D2004、D2005/D2006,经由京广高铁、石太客专运行;

  4.石家庄~太原2对:D2010/D2007、D2008/D2009,经由石太客专运行。
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记者从郑州铁路局获悉,该局公布了京广高铁及调整后的郑西高铁等线列车运行图。据悉,本月26日京广高铁北京至郑州段开通后,郑州局共开行动车组列车70对,其中京广本线35对、郑西本线9对、跨线26对。具体方案如下:



郑州局管内京广高铁本线开行方案

京广高铁本线共安排开行动车组列车35对。其中“G”字头动车组列车32对,“D”字头动车组3对,全部按300公里/时运行。

1.北京西—广州南2对,车次G79—G82。

2.北京西—长沙南4对,车次G83/4、G501—G506。

3.北京西—武汉、汉口13对。“G”字头动车组列车12对,车次G85/6、G507—G528;“D”字头动车组列车1对,车次D2031/2。

4.北京西—郑州(东)5对。“D”字头动车组列车4对,车次G89/90、G561—G566;“D”字头动车组列车1对,车次D2021/2。

5.北京西—信阳东2对,车次G571—G574。

6.北京西—安阳东1对,车次G567/8。

7.石家庄—广州南1对,车次G531/2。

8.郑州(东)—广州南5对,车次G93/4、G541—G548。

9.郑州—武汉1对,车次G641/2。

10.郑州东—信阳东1对,车次D2023/4。



郑州局管内跨石太客专开行方案

跨石太客专开行4对,均为“G”字头列车。

1.太原—广州南1对,车次G624/1 G622/3。

2.太原—武汉2对,车次G634/1 G632/3、G638/5 G636/7。

3.太原—郑州东1对,车次G628/5 G626/7。



郑州局管内跨广深高铁开行方案

跨广深高铁开行5对,均为“G”字头列车。

1.北京西—深圳北1对,车次G71/2。

2.郑州东—深圳北2对,车次G73—G76。

3.西安北—深圳北2对,车次G824/1 G822/3、G828/5 G826/7。



郑西高铁开行方案

郑西高铁安排动车组列车28对。其中“G”字头25对,均按300公里/时运行,“D”字头动车组3对,均按250公里/时运行。

1.北京西—西安北10对,车次G87/8、G651—G668。

2.西安北—广州南5对,车次G98/5 G96/7、G831—G846。

3.西安北—武汉1对,车次G858/5 G856/7。

4.西安北—长沙南1对,车次G854/1 G852/3。

5.西安北—深圳北2对,车次G824/1 G822/3、G828/5 G826/7。

6.郑州(东)—西安北9对。其中:时速300km动车组列车6对,车次G2001—G2012,时速250km动车组列车3对,车次D1001—D1006。
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京广高铁全线开通后,郑西高铁将实行新的列车运行图,共安排动车组列车30对,其中:直通动车组列车28对,包括“G”字头25对和“D”字头3对;管内动车组列车2对,均为“D”字头。

直通动车组列车28对具体开行情况是:

①西安北~北京西高铁动车组列车10对:由西安局担当5对,北京局担当5对。经由郑西、京广高铁运行,全程运行最短时间为4小时40分。具体为:G652/G87次、G654/ G661次、G656/ G663次、G658/G665次、G660/G667次、G88 /G651次、G662/ G653次、G664/ G655次、G666/G657次、G668/G659次。

②西安北~深圳北高铁动车组列车2对:由西安局担当1对,广铁集团担当1对,具体为:G824/1 G826/7次、G828/5 G822/3次。

③西安北~广州南高铁动车组列车5对:由西安局担当3对,广铁集团担当2对,具体为:G98/5 G832/3次、G834/1 G96/7次、G838/5 G836/7次、G842/39 G840/1次、G846/3 G844/5次。

④西安北~长沙南高铁动车组列车1对:由广铁集团担当,具体为:G854/1 G852/3次。

⑤西安北~武汉高铁动车组列车1对:由武汉局担当,具体为:G858/5 G856/7次。

⑥西安北~郑州(东)高铁动车组列车9对:由西安局担当4.5对,具体为:郑州—西安北 G2001 次,西安北~郑州 G2006/G2007次,G2012/G2011次,G2004/G2005次,G2010/G2009 次。郑州局担当4.5对,具体为:西安北~郑州东 G2002/3次,西安北—郑州 G2008次,郑州~西安北 D1001/6次、D1003/4 次、郑州东~西安北D1005/2次。

管内动车组列车2对具体开行情况是:西安北~延安列车2对:D5090/89次、D5092/1次。
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