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Old July 6th, 2017, 11:43 PM   #11541
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But the news talk about Beijing-Baoding:

http://mobile.shanghaidaily.com/nati.../shdaily.shtml

Or have opened two lines at a time?



I have aimed Tianjin-Baoding to 250 opened on 12/28/2015.
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Old July 7th, 2017, 12:34 AM   #11542
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But the news talk about Beijing-Baoding:

http://mobile.shanghaidaily.com/nati.../shdaily.shtml

Or have opened two lines at a time?



I have aimed Tianjin-Baoding to 250 opened on 12/28/2015.
There are no new lines open, only new train route

The new route is Beijing-Bazhou-baoding

The previous fastest route is Beijing - zhuozhou-baoding

Baoding is not the focus here. The Xiong'an region-between Tianjin and Baoding is the target
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Old July 7th, 2017, 03:07 AM   #11543
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The Jinshajiang River overpass, one of the key parts of Chengdu-Guiyang high-speed railway under construction, will be world's first Chinese-built rail-road combined bridge with railway line on top deck, according to CCTV.
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Old July 8th, 2017, 03:46 AM   #11544
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Bullet train service linking Beijing, Xiongan commences
Friday, July 07, 2017
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The first bullet train linking Beijing and the Xiongan New Area departed from the Beijing South Railway Station on Thursday.

It was the first of four high-speed services scheduled to run daily. The journey takes 1 hour and 50 minutes.

The D6655 left at 8:08 am and made its first stop after 80 minutes at the new area's Baiyangdian Railway Station. The train's terminal is Baoding Railway Station in Hebei province, where it arrived at 9:58 am.

The return train departed Baoding at 10:26 am and arrived in Beijing at 12:29 pm.

A passenger, surnamed Xiao, took the first train from Baiyangdian to Beijing. He said the service is convenient, saving time and energy.

The service also stops at Bazhou West, Baigou and Xushui stations, which are all in Hebei.

"Passengers no longer need to transfer trains to travel between the new area and Beijing," said Zhu Dianping, an official at the Beijing Railway Bureau's station management center.

"Before the bullet train service existed, passengers traveling from Baigou or Baiyangdian to Beijing, had to transfer in Baoding or Tianjin, which cost 82 yuan or 97 yuan ($12 or $14) respectively," Zhu said, adding that the ticket fare for an economy seat on the bullet train from Baiyangdian to Beijing is 45 yuan.

Since the establishment of the new area was announced in April, Baiyangdian has received more visitors.

"Baiyangdian Railway Station handled 500 trips a day last year. The number has increased to 800 this year, and the daily peak reached 2,000 during the May Day holiday," said Lu Huijuan, deputy head of Baiyangdian Railway Station.
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Old July 9th, 2017, 12:29 PM   #11545
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Baoji (Shaanxi) to Lanzhou (Gansu) HSR commences operation, linking Lanzhou - Urumqi HSR to the national network
http://news.sina.com.cn/o/2017-07-09...a4503132.shtml
http://gs.cnr.cn/gsxw/tpxw/20170709/...23840426.shtml
http://xj.people.com.cn/n2/2017/0707...-30437035.html

On this image the blue dotted line is the existing Urumqi - Lanzhou HSR line, the light yellow is the newly open Lanzhou - Baoji line, subsequently connecting the far west of China to the national network












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Old July 9th, 2017, 01:06 PM   #11546
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Along Baoji - Lanzhou line
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Old July 9th, 2017, 01:59 PM   #11547
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Old July 9th, 2017, 04:28 PM   #11548
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New high-speed rail in NW China completes national network

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20..._136429714.htm

LANZHOU, July 9 (Xinhua) -- A new high speed railway linking Baoji city in northwest China's Shaanxi Province with Lanzhou, capital of neighboring Gansu Province, started operation Sunday.

Thanks to the new route, northwest China's Gansu and Qinghai provinces as well as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have been connected to the national high-speed rail network.

The Baoji-Lanzhou high-speed rail is 401 kilometers long with an operation speed of 250 km per hour. Construction began in 2012. The rail line slashes the travel time between Xi'an and Lanzhou to three hours from the previous six hours, according local rail authorities.

The 1,776-km Lanzhou-Xinjiang high-speed rail was operational at the end of 2014, but was unable to reach central and eastern China as the Baoji-Lanzhou line was still under construction.

The new rail line will boost outbound passenger flow from the northwest and improve transport capacity on the Eurasian rail corridor.


A bullet train leaves the Baoji South Railway Station in Baoji, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, July 9, 2017.






The bullet train D2685 leaves Xi'an North Railway Station in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, July 9, 2017


Newly-weds, who are attending a group wedding, get on the bullet train G2028 that starts from Lanzhou, northwest China's Gansu Province, July 9, 2017.






Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows a bullet train running on a bridge in Tianshui, northwest China's Gansu Province


Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows a bullet train running in Dingxi, northwest China's Gansu Province.


Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows a bullet train running on a bridge in the junction of northwest China's Shaanxi and Gansu Provinces


Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows a bullet train running on a bridge in Tianshui, northwest China's Gansu Province.
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Old July 9th, 2017, 04:30 PM   #11549
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Inter-city train linking N China's cities to open to traffic in August

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The inter-city bullet train C1703 stops at the Railway Station in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, July 8, 2017. The railway linking Changchun and Baicheng, both in north China's Jilin Province, and Ulanhot in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, has entered a test operation. The 412-km-long railway is expected to open to traffic in August.


The chief conductor of the inter-city bullet train prepares at the Railway Station in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, July 8, 2017.


The inter-city bullet train C1703 stops at the Railway Station in Changchun, capital of northeast China's Jilin Province, July 8, 2017.
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Old July 11th, 2017, 05:32 PM   #11550
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China's Zhengzhou-Wanzhou high-speed railway under construction

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/20...36435327_2.htm


Photo taken on July 10, 2017 shows the Baihe Bridge on the Zhengzhou-Wanzhou high-speed railway under construction in Xiangyang City, central China's Hubei Province. The 818-km railway, which links Zhengzhou in central China's Henan Province and Wanzhou in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality, will be put into operation in 2022.


Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows the Baihe Bridge on the Zhengzhou-Wanzhou high-speed railway under construction in the border area between central China's Hubei Province and Henan Province.









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Old July 11th, 2017, 06:04 PM   #11551
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That's really awesome. Is this a 350km/h or 250km/h line? Didn't see that information in the news pages. Hopefully most high speed lines in China are built to a 350km/h+ standard.
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Old July 11th, 2017, 07:17 PM   #11552
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350 and was announced for 2021.

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Old July 12th, 2017, 04:56 PM   #11553
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China Railway Rolls Out Online Meal Ordering Service on High-Speed Rail Lines

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(Yicai Global) July 12 -- High-speed railway passengers will soon be able to order meals online and enjoy more diverse dishes, China Railway Corp. said.

From July 17, railway staff will deliver food purchased by travelers to their seats. Grub offered by the train company and other vendors will be available on the train ticket booking website 12306.cn and its mobile app. The meal ordering service will initially cover high-speed railway stations in Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangzhou and 24 other major cities, CCTV reported.

Passengers will be able to pay with Alipay and WeChat. Railway authorities will supervise food safety and monitor providers, producers, operators and distributors to ensure travelers get reliable food, a China Railway official told CCTV.

The move aims to satisfy demand for more individualized services, China Railway said. Passengers used to only be offered meals from the train’s dining car, and a lack of competition often led to high prices, low quality and widespread public criticism.
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Old July 13th, 2017, 09:52 AM   #11554
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Thanks to the new route, northwest China's Gansu and Qinghai provinces as well as Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have been connected to the national high-speed rail network.

The Baoji-Lanzhou high-speed rail is 401 kilometers long with an operation speed of 250 km per hour. Construction began in 2012. The rail line slashes the travel time between Xi'an and Lanzhou to three hours from the previous six hours, according local rail authorities.

The 1,776-km Lanzhou-Xinjiang high-speed rail was operational at the end of 2014, but was unable to reach central and eastern China as the Baoji-Lanzhou line was still under construction.

The new rail line will boost outbound passenger flow from the northwest and improve transport capacity on the Eurasian rail corridor.
Tracks exist, but there is no service from Xinjiang.
Lanzhou-Xian: 30 high speed trains daily. Trip time 2:59 (D2664, 3 stops) to 3:18 (D2696, 6 stops). Ticket price second class 174 yuan 5 jiao, first class 231 yuan 5 jiao, business class 525 yuan 5 jiao. 38 slow trains daily. Trip time 8:08 (2 Z trains, both nonstop) to 10:28 (K750). Ticket price hard seat 93 yuan, hard sleeper 174 yuan, soft sleeper 263 yuan.
Lanzhou-Zhengzhou: 9 high speed trains daily. Trip time 5:17 (G2024, 6 stops) to 6:03 (G1834, 9 stops). Ticket price second class 406 yuan, first class 602 yuan, business class 1257 yuan. 23 slow trains daily. Trip time 14:20 (Z266) to 18:13 (K1028). Ticket price hard seat 148 yuan 5 jiao, hard sleeper 272 yuan 5 jiao, soft sleeper 415 yuan 5 jiao.
Lanzhou-Beijing: 1 high speed train daily, G430. Trip time 9:00, 13 stops. Ticket price second class 690 yuan, first class 1056 yuan 5 jiao, business class 2153 yuan 5 jiao. 7 slow trains daily. Trip time 15:58 (Z22) to 26:29 (K4630).
Lanzhou-Shanghai: 1 high speed train daily, G1930. Trip time 10:32, 18 stops. Ticket price second class 844 yuan, first class 1326 yuan 5 jiao, business class 2639 yuan 5 jiao. 7 slow trains daily. Trip time 23:25 (Z166) to 30:04 (K2188). Ticket price hard seat 240 yuan, hard sleeper 436 yuan, soft sleeper 669 yuan.
Lanzhou-Wuhan: no high speed service
Lanzhou-Taiyuan: 3 high speed trains daily. Trip time 6:37 (D2568) to 6:51 (D2566). Ticket price second class 353 yuan, first class 453 yuan 5 jiao. 3 slow speed trains nightly. Trip time 11:24 (Z22) to 13:35 (T176). Ticket price hard seat 135 yuan 5 jiao, hard sleeper 247 yuan 5 jiao, soft sleeper 377 yuan 5 jiao.
Xining-Xian: 9 high speed trains daily. Trip time 4:26 to 4:41. Ticket price second class 232 yuan 5 jiao, first class 301 yuan.
Xining-Zhengzhou: no high speed service
Xining-Taiyuan: 1 high speed train daily, D2570. Trip time 8:08. Ticket price second class 411 yuan, first class 523 yuan.

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Old July 14th, 2017, 05:07 AM   #11555
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Photo taken on July 9, 2017 shows the Baihe Bridge on the Zhengzhou-Wanzhou high-speed railway under construction in the border area between central China's Hubei Province and Henan Province.
Looks lovely out on the flat land there, must be the section between Zhengzhou and Xiangyang. IIRC there are some gnarly hills between Xiangyang and Wanzhou - think 3 Gorges type of hills
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Tracks exist, but there is no service from Xinjiang....
Lanzhou-Shanghai: 1 high speed train daily, G1930. Trip time 10:32, 18 stops. ....
Lanzhou-Wuhan: no high speed service....
Xining-Zhengzhou: no high speed service....
I'd like to see some real stats, but from the snippets available I gather the most popular HSR trips are those between 2 and 4 hours duration. Longer than 6 hours and flying becomes an attractive option time-wise for the business and single traveller; and slow trains become an economical choice for the big family groups.

Also there should not be, but is, a political/administrative barrier where services cross between different Railway Bureaux. There may well be service, but you may need to buy two tickets, and wait an hour having lunch at the interchange station.
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Old July 14th, 2017, 08:06 AM   #11557
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I'd like to see some real stats, but from the snippets available I gather the most popular HSR trips are those between 2 and 4 hours duration. Longer than 6 hours and flying becomes an attractive option time-wise for the business and single traveller; and slow trains become an economical choice for the big family groups.
There seems to be more service to Southwest China.
Beijing-Nanning: 2 high speed trains daily, trip times 13:23 and 13:58. Ticket price second class 914 yuan, first class 1379 yuan 5 jiao, business class 2853 yuan 5 jiao. 4 slow speed trains daily, trip times 23:32 to 35:29. Hard seats from 268 yuan 5 jiao, soft sleepers not over 796 yuan 5 jiao.
Beijing-Guiyang: 4 high speed trains daily and 1 overnight. Trip time 8:41 to 10:40 for daily trains, 12:31 overnight. Ticket price daily second class 963 yuan 5 jiao, first class 1568 yuan 5 jiao, business class 3043 yuan 5 jiao. 7 slow trains daily, trip time 26:21 to 39:24. Hard seats from 254 yuan 5 jiao, soft sleepers not over 767 yuan 5 jiao.
Beijing-Kunming: 2 high speed trains daily and 1 overnight. Trip time 10:43 on G403, 12:29 on G405, 14:52 on D939. Ticket price daily second class 1147 yuan 5 jiao, first class 1877 yuan 5 jiao, business class 3623 yuan. 4 slow trains daily. Trip time 33:57 to 44:26. Hard seats from 302 yuan 5 jiao, soft sleepers not over 887 yuan.
Beijing-Chongqing: 2 high speed trains daily. Trip time 11:52 on G307, 12:14 on G309. Ticket price second class 767 yuan 5 jiao, first class 1126 yuan, business class 2383 yuan.
Beijing-Chengdu: 1 high speed train daily, G307. Trip time 14:23. Ticket prize second class 864 yuan, first class 1242 yuan, business class 2672 yuan 5 jiao.

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Elevated rail beds nearing completion for the first HSR line in Ningxia province along the future BJ - Hohhot - Yinchuan - Lanzhou line
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Infographic: Bullet trains set new standards


By Ma Chi | chinadaily.com.cn | 2017-06-26 18:11 [​IMG]

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China to roll out new class of bullet trains

By Jing Shuiyu and Zhong Nan in Beijing and Liu Mingtai in Chang Chun | China Daily | Updated: 2017-06-30 07:33

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/busines...t_29941631.htm

CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles will deliver 25 new generation engines

China's rail vehicle manufacturer will roll out 25 new generation bullet trains worth up to $1.84 billion in October.

An insider at CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co, which built the state-of-the-art locomotives, confirmed they would be handed over to the parent company, China Railway Rolling Stock Corp, in the fall.

"This is another example of the company's ability to develop and manufacture high-tech trains," the manager, who requested anonymity, said. "It also helps manufacturing here."

The "Fuxing" class bullet trains adopted wholly self-developed core technologies and are built under a unified Chinese standard. Each train sells for between 400 million yuan ($58.8 million) to 500 million yuan.

Four of the 25 new engines have already been delivered to the parent company, while two models, CR400AF and CR400BF, are going through trials on the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail line, the manager said.

"The Fuxing class trains are designed to travel at 350 kilometers per hour on average with a maximum speed of 400 km/h," designers at the China Academy of Railway Sciences, or CARS, revealed in a statement.

CRRC will obviously be hoping to find overseas buyers for its new locomotives.

Zhao Hongwei, chief engineer with CARS, said the bullet trains with an average speed of 350 km/h, are suitable for long-range mainlines such as Beijing-Guangzhou line, as well as intercity lines such as the Beijing-Tianjin route.

"In the future, production of the new trains would definitely surge," Zhao was quoted as saying by Chinanews.com.

Apart from upgrading China's bullet train sector, these latest models were also designed and produced for the export market, according to the CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles insider.

"They can be manufactured to the needs of foreign customers," the manager said. "After all, production standards and operating environments can vary in different countries and regions."

Last year, revenue from CRRC's listed arm CRRC Corp Ltd reached almost 230 billion yuan with export orders contributing more than 8 percent of overall turnover.

This has helped CRRC develop and grow by pumping resources into research.
At first, China had to import key components from Germany's Siemens AG and Alstom Group of France. But advances in bullet technology locally are starting to change the landscape.

"China has been speeding up efforts to develop its own core components and standards," said Li Sha, an analyst at GF Securities Co Ltd. "The initiative will accelerate the pace of replacing foreign technologies with self-developed ones."

Li also pointed out that these latest high-speed models will boost business opportunities for domestic manufacturers.

Steel for wheel construction used to be imported, but now two Chinese publicly traded companies have been certified to supply the high-grade material.

"Maanshan Iron & Steel Co Ltd in Anhui province and Taiyuan Heavy Industry Co Ltd in Shanxi province have been given the green light to do the work," Li said.

Already the domestic market for bullet trains in China could hit 400 billion yuan within a decade, according to the CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles insider.

Still, compared to Europe and Japan, China developed its high-speed rail industry late.

Yet during the past decade the country has made tremendous progress and now has the world's longest high-speed network, covering 22,340 km.

At the same time, Chinese companies are more competitive to Western rivals.

A report by the BBC, the global television and media company based in the United Kingdom, showed construction costs were significantly lower than in Europe or the United States.

Xinhua contributed to this story.





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