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Old May 9th, 2015, 02:16 PM   #1621
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Nice updates. Rare to get a sunny day in Chongqing.
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Old May 10th, 2015, 01:05 AM   #1622
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Great pics Tom! This city is impressive but also quite dirty, i wonder how it'll look in 20 years. I guess much cleaner and greener.
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Nice updates. Rare to get a sunny day in Chongqing.
So i was lucky? Except one day i had sunshine most of the day.

ZZ: Chongqing is not really dirty. They clean the streets all the time. From the Settings the City is on the same Level als Hong Kong. It could become one of the best Skylines in the world if they build more 200m and 300m+ Skyscrapers.
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Old October 26th, 2015, 08:29 PM   #1624
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Tourists walk on a transparent horsehoe-shaped cantilever bridge at the Yunyang Longgang Geological Park in Chongqing, southwest China, Sept 28, 2015. The visits to the cantilever bridge have kept hot since the end of September, with its daily reception reaching a peak of 30,000 people, five times more than its normal reception of 6,000 people. As the National Day holiday is coming, which falls on Oct 1-7, local government has taken several measures to handle with the congestion, including expanding parking lots and maintaining accommodation reception capacity nearby. [Photo/Xinhua]
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Old October 30th, 2015, 03:22 AM   #1625
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Awesome!
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Old October 30th, 2015, 05:04 AM   #1626
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Here is some more information about the bridge :

Are you brave enough to stand on it? New observation deck weighing 900 tonnes hangs over 718-metre cliff in China
10 March 2015
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* The £3.7 million structure is the longest skywalk in the world - a full 5 metres deeper than one at the Grand Canyon

* The cantilevered platform in Chongqing will give visitors a 720 degree view of the canyon below

* Transparent barriers and glass platforms will ensure unobstructed view of natural beauty spot

Thrill-seekers will rate it as one of the best observation decks in the world while the less adventurous might say it is a bridge too far.

If you suffer from even the slightest vertigo then this new 'Skywalk' observation deck in Yunyang County, southwest China, is probably best kept off any list of potential holiday destinations.

The cantilevered platform in Chongqing will give visitors a 720 degree view of the canyon below - all while standing at a vantage point 1123 meters above sea level, reports the People's Daily.

The spectacular viewing area protrudes nearly 27 metres from the cliff face at the Longgang scenic area - which is five metres longer than a similar tourist attraction at the Grand Canyon in America.

Work on the £3.7 million structure started in March last year and workmen can still be seen putting the finishing touches on the terrifying stage.

Daredevils will no-doubt flock to the transparent structure to get a dizzying peak at the valley floor, a staggering 718 metres below them.

It will open to anyone who is brave enough to venture out in May.
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Old November 18th, 2015, 07:45 AM   #1627
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Chongqing to invest RMB18 bln to construct upstream shipping hub of Yangtze River



BEIJING, Nov. 16 (Xinhua) --Southwestern China's Chongqing municipality plans to invest 18 billion yuan to build an upstream shipping hub with annual handling capacity of 220 million tonnes (metric tons) along the Yangtze River during the 13th Five-year Plan period of 2016-2020.

The project involves constructing multimodal transportation ports such as Guoyuan Port, Jiangjin Luohuang Port, Fuling Longtou Port and Wanzhou Xintian Port and nine other specialized ports.

Through the project, Chongqing's container throughput capacity will reach 5 million TEUs per year and freight shipping capacity is expected to reach 7 million deadweight tonnes by 2020.

According to the plan, by 2020, the metropolis' waterway freight will exceed 200 million tonnes, the proportion of railway-waterway-connected transportation freight will hit 10 percent, and the proportion of cargos transit from other provinces through Chongqing will hit 60 percent, and the value of contracted shipping will top 10 billion yuan.
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Old November 25th, 2015, 03:48 AM   #1628
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More high-speed rail lines to be built over next five years
2015-11-24
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Several new railways will be constructed during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), the 21st Century Business Herald reported on Tuesday.

These rail projects include lines from Yinchuan to Lanzhou, Baotou to Xi'an, Chongqing and Guiyang, Datong to Taiyuan and Zhanjiang, and Xiamen to Changsha and Chongqing.

Six (or eight) vertical and transversal high-speed railways will be built during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, the paper reported citing a railway industry insider.

Earlier, the government proposed to build four vertical and transversal lines over the medium and long period.

Currently, the proposal is still under review and discussion, and the formal plan may be unveiled in June, the Herald reported.

High-speed railway has been listed as one of the key infrastructure projects over the next five years in central and western regions, according to the 13th Five-Year plans released by local governments.

Northwest China's Shaanxi province will speed up the construction of high-speed railway, Xi'an subway and Weihe Plain intercity railway networks. Southwest China's Chongqing municipality will also add 1,000 km new rail lines and complete its current railway network, the paper said.

It means that several railways including lines from Chongqing to Xiamen, Chongqing to Kunming, Chongqing to Xi'an, and Xi'an to Baotou will start construction over next five years.
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Old December 16th, 2015, 06:59 PM   #1629
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Chongqing to construct Subway Line 6
2015-12-15
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Chongqing Rail Group plans to begin construction of Subway Line 6 (Phase Two), liangjiang.gov.cn reported.

Chongqing Subway Line 6 starts from Chongqing International Exhibition Center and ends at Shaheba Station with seven stops in between.

Chongqing Rail Group has recently launched an environmental evaluation of the phase two project, meaning the project will soon begin construction.

The line has a total distance of 14 kilometers. Passengers can change to Lines 10, 14 and 16 via this line.

Passengers can also transfer to buses 685 or 572 at the International Exhibition Center North Station.
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Old January 10th, 2016, 06:38 AM   #1630
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Xi envisions Chongqing as int'l logistics hub, stresses development
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CHONGQING, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Chongqing, the start point of a transcontinental railway to Europe, to build itself into an international logistics hub in the hinterlands and a leading inland open economy.

Xi made the remarks during his first inspection tour of 2016 in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality from Monday to Wednesday.

At Guoyuan Port, a modern transportation hub still under construction, Xi said the Belt and Road Initiative has provided a bigger platform for Chongqing to "go global" while development of the Yangtze River Economic Belt will help Chongqing better integrate with central and eastern regions.

Xi also visited the Chongqing branch of BOE, where he praised the company's superior technology and branding and urged it to step up research and development.

Stressing coordinated urban-rural development, the president said Chongqing has faced an arduous task in this matter as the city covers a large area crisscrossed by rivers and mountains, urban and rural areas, which are unbalanced in development.

He called for simultaneous development of modern industrialization, computers, urbanization and agricultural modernization to integrate urban-rural development.

Xi also urged Chongqing to protect the Three Gorges Reservoir and the Yangtze River that runs through the city, saying these are crucial to the long-term development of Chongqing as well as the whole nation.

The city should better protect the environment in the upper reaches of the Yangtze, Xi said. Stressing the need for all people to share the fruits of the country's reform and development, Xi urged "precision" in poverty relief, with measures tailored to different local situations and groups.
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China's booming export hub 900 miles inland
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Growing up in a fishing village along the Yangtze River in Chongqing, Peng Jianhu used to clamber down to the water from his home perched on wooden stilts and nestled into the riverbank’s steep cliffs. For Peng, the nation’s largest river system is an economic wellspring, linking his home to bustling coastal markets some 1,400 km (870 miles) to the east.

For President Xi Jinping, Chongqing’s strategic location is also an asset, but one that his government hopes will someday connect China to the west. The city figures to be a key logistics hub in a state effort to fashion a modern-day Silk Road, a web of railway, waterway and road networks that will give Chinese companies far more speedy and affordable access to markets across central Asia, Russia and into Europe.

The heavy infrastructure requirements for the Silk Road economic belt in Eurasia (and a maritime version that would extend from Southeast Asia to the Suez Canal) could soak up the overcapacity in China’s steel and construction industries and stimulate new trade flows. Chongqing may be a big beneficiary.

“Logistics is the vessel, and trade is the blood,” Huang Qu, deputy director of the city’s Free Trade Port Area, said during a recent tour of the area. “Chongqing will become the hub connecting Central Asia to the Atlantic Ocean.”

Yet this thriving region isn’t just a logistics play. It’s already a leader in high-end manufacturing (one-third of all laptops sold in the world are made here) and it’s making a big push into robotics. Chongqing is a magnet for foreign multinationals seeking lower labor costs and closer access to the 300 million consumers who live in a 1,200-km radius from the city.

The municipality of 30 million people’s state-led development approach fueled growth of 11 percent last year, the fastest pace nationwide, with Xi praising policy innovations that have included subsidized housing and relaxed residency rules that encourage labor mobility. Chongqing’s challenge is to keep bucking the broader slowdown and use its rail and river networks to help the nation’s under-developed west narrow the wealth gap with richer coastal provinces.

Peng, a 59-year-old entrepreneur and one of the wealthiest men in Chongqing, embodies the entrepreneurial energy of the city. He left a safe government job to build a successful river cruise business, investing millions of dollars in vessels to carry tourists downriver.

Among the first wave of those who embraced market reforms inspired by then-leader Deng Xiaoping’s famous “southern tour” in 1992, Peng started his first travel agency with 500,000 yuan (about $60,000 at the time) in 1994 to accommodate foreign tourists who wanted to see the storied Yangtze River. Now his Chongqing New Century Cruise Co Ltd. is shopping for deals throughout Europe that could be worth up to $300 million, said Peng, while sitting on his cruise ship moored to the riverside dock.

Chongqing has been on a roll since the central government announced a plan in 2000 to develop western China, with favorable policies that encouraged funds to pour into the province. In 2013, however, the city’s name became tainted by the corruption conviction of Bo Xilai, the former Communist Party Secretary of Chongqing.

Now, the city wants to take a leadership role in Xi’s Silk Road initiatives. It already has a leg up with its expanding and state-funded railway project called Yuxin’ou—a contraction of the Chinese words for Chongqing, Xinjiang and Europe—that now connects China to Germany via Kazakhstan, Russia and Poland. The railway network logged 257 freight trips in 2015 and cut costs to compete with maritime shipments.

Such logistics have helped pull in investments from Ford Motor Co. and Hewlett-Packard, and has attracted more than $10 billion in foreign capital annually over the past five years. Beijing-based BOE Technology Group, a supplier of semiconductor displays, built its largest factory in Chongqing.

“Chongqing has the most laptop makers and produces the largest volume of laptops in the world,” boasts Li Wenbo, a manager with BOE’s strategy planning department in Chongqing. “With the Yuxin’ou railway, we can easily ship our products to European countries at a lower cost.”

Global automakers such as Volkswagen and General Motors are bringing production inland, to Chongqing and Wuhan. Ford opened an engine plant in 2013 in Chongqing that could more than double annual production capacity of engines at its joint venture with Changan Ford.

“We’re now mainly focusing on the domestic market, but we’ll spare no effort to grab overseas expansion,” said Le Peng, an inspector with Chongqing Liangjiang New Area Development Committee. “Still, we have a domestic market with huge potential.”

Mayor Huang Qifan, 64, sought and received help from central government agencies to make sure his railway got favorable treatment and was competitive on cost relative to eastern ports. “We have turned a disadvantage to an advantage,” Huang said in a speech last June.
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In Southwest China, Chongqing's 30 million residents live in high-density quarters. The heart of the city lies in the Yuzhong District on a skyscraper-filled peninsula that often draws comparisons to Manhattan. This is where a 286-metre tower, recently unveiled by Aedas, would be positioned.
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Chongqing to rebuild passenger cableway across river
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10 December 2016

CHONGQING -- A cableway across the Jialing River in southwestern Chongqing Municipality will be rebuilt to boost tourism, its operator announced Saturday.

Construction of the project will start next year and finish in 2019, bringing back scenes from when cable cars moved across the river, said a manager with Chongqing Passenger Cableway Corporation.

Operating since 1982 until 2011, the 740-meter-long Jialing River Cableway was China's first urban transport facility of its kind, designed to suit the terrain of the mountainous city.

It was a major mode of transport for local residents. A total of 100 million passenger trips were delivered by two cars running in opposite directions, with a daily passenger flow of 25,000 at peak times.

The cableway was suspended in March 2011 as its operation affected the construction of a bridge and light rail project. In 2013 the ropes were demolished.
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Chongqing invests in transport network
20 February 2017
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Chongqing is to invest 82 billion yuan ($11.9 billion) into its transport system this year, spending 28.5 billion yuan on railways, and 47 billion yuan on highways, according to a traffic plan released on Feb 15.

A total of six new rail lines will open, covering 886 kilometers, including a 118-km high-speed line between Chongqing and Yunnan capital Kunming.

Through nine construction projects, an extra 661 km will be added to Chongqing’s highway network, resulting in 3,000 km of road coverage.

Jiangbei international airport will add and extra 10 international air routes, and open its T3 terminal this year. A heliport is also under construction near Black Valley, one of Chongqing’s most renowned scenic spots.
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Big city official points to future
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Chongqing will accelerate its effort to become a global aviation hub that hosts 100 international airlines by 2020 - adding "wings" to the inland city - according to Wu Cunrong, the city's executive deputy mayor.

Wu, who is also a delegate to the 19th National Congress of Communist Party China, said Chongqing aims to be a leading port, the high ground for the opening up of the country's inland region.

Chongqing will establish a moderately well-off society and become an economic center in the Yangtze River's upper reaches, as well as a major modern manufacturing base

Wu said the municipality will work for rapid, sustained and healthy development under the guidance of CPC Central Committee General Secretary Xi Jinping's "Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era", and fully translate into reality Xi's instructions given during a visit to the city last year.

"Chongqing will establish a moderately well-off society and become an economic center in the Yangtze River's upper reaches, as well as a major modern manufacturing base," Wu said.

To fulfill Xi's vision, Chongqing will gear up as an inland port and accelerate the formation of an opening-up system that coordinates with international rules and laws. It will also accelerate the development of its pilot free trade area, promote the China-Singapore Chongqing Connectivity Initiative and encourage institutional innovation in such areas as investment and trade facilitation and government services, Wu said.

Also, Chongqing will explore the use of international railway supply chains and cross-border highways, and create a law-based, internationalized and enabling climate for investors. It will further boost the capacity and efficiency of the Chongqing-Xinjiang-Europe regular cargo rail and make it a signature route connecting Asia and Europe.

Cargo will be increased in both directions, cargo sources will be optimized, values per container will rise and two to three train services will be offered daily, Wu said.

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