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Old July 30th, 2012, 04:44 PM   #661
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Upgrades sought for old West Railway Station
2012-July-30 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

PASSENGERS and management of Shenzhen West Railway Station in Nanshan District are calling for a refurbishment of the station, which handles about 45 percent of the city’s long-distance passenger trains but is regarded as very out-of-date in design.

“It’s hard to believe that such a shabby station is located in Shenzhen,” a passenger surnamed Liao said last week.

There is no air conditioning in the waiting hall, making passengers rely on electric fans to ease the steaming heat. The waiting hall often is so crowded that many people have to stand and plastic bottles, fruit skins and tissues commonly are found on the floors, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported over the weekend.

Some passengers smoke in the waiting hall, which sometimes smells of sewage from adjacent bathrooms. Crowds also force many passengers to wait outdoors, with a makeshift shed as the only shelter from scorching heat, the paper added.

The railway station was designed as a cargo station in 1989, but because of its low ticket prices and western Shenzhen location, its passenger flows quickly increased. In 2011 alone, it handled more than 7 million passengers, according to figures from station operator Pingnan Railway Co.

The railway company has applied for station renovation permits many times, but the government has vetoed plans because Shenzhen West Railway Station is not listed in the government’s passenger railway network plan.

According to the network plan adopted in 2006, Shenzhen will only have five railway stations for passengers, including Shenzhen, Shenzhen North, Buji, Futian and Shenzhen East stations. All five stations are in eastern or central parts of the city.

“Shenzhen needs a passenger railway station in its west,” said a railway plan expert who would not give his name.

Shenzhen West Railway Station was ordered to stop handling passengers in 2010. But it continued operations and still handles about half of the city’s long-distance rail passengers.
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Old July 30th, 2012, 05:06 PM   #662
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Shenzhen has changed tremendously. My recent trip compared to 1997 was a total different experience
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Old July 30th, 2012, 06:08 PM   #663
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Shenzhen has changed tremendously. My recent trip compared to 1997 was a total different experience
How was it in 1997? Any pictures?
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Old July 30th, 2012, 07:21 PM   #664
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Upgrades sought for old West Railway Station
2012-July-30 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

PASSENGERS and management of Shenzhen West Railway Station in Nanshan District are calling for a refurbishment of the station, which handles about 45 percent of the city’s long-distance passenger trains but is regarded as very out-of-date in design.

“It’s hard to believe that such a shabby station is located in Shenzhen,” a passenger surnamed Liao said last week.

There is no air conditioning in the waiting hall, making passengers rely on electric fans to ease the steaming heat. The waiting hall often is so crowded that many people have to stand and plastic bottles, fruit skins and tissues commonly are found on the floors, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported over the weekend.

Some passengers smoke in the waiting hall, which sometimes smells of sewage from adjacent bathrooms. Crowds also force many passengers to wait outdoors, with a makeshift shed as the only shelter from scorching heat, the paper added.

The railway station was designed as a cargo station in 1989, but because of its low ticket prices and western Shenzhen location, its passenger flows quickly increased. In 2011 alone, it handled more than 7 million passengers, according to figures from station operator Pingnan Railway Co.

The railway company has applied for station renovation permits many times, but the government has vetoed plans because Shenzhen West Railway Station is not listed in the government’s passenger railway network plan.

According to the network plan adopted in 2006, Shenzhen will only have five railway stations for passengers, including Shenzhen, Shenzhen North, Buji, Futian and Shenzhen East stations. All five stations are in eastern or central parts of the city.

“Shenzhen needs a passenger railway station in its west,” said a railway plan expert who would not give his name.

Shenzhen West Railway Station was ordered to stop handling passengers in 2010. But it continued operations and still handles about half of the city’s long-distance rail passengers.
Any pictures of this old station? Also Shenzhen station is located in Luohu correct? Where can passengers travel to from the Shenzhen West station? I had no idea there was a Shenzhen West station. I kinda like how the stations in most cities are named after their general direction.
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Old July 31st, 2012, 05:20 AM   #665
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Any pictures of this old station? Also Shenzhen station is located in Luohu correct? Where can passengers travel to from the Shenzhen West station? I had no idea there was a Shenzhen West station. I kinda like how the stations in most cities are named after their general direction.
This station is east of the new Qianhai area. I took once a train from there to Jishou, which took 18h, (was travelling to Fenghuang) and I can tell that it is a really old station which needs an urgent face lift. We had to rush that time so I wasn't able to take photos. You also can go from there to Dongguan or Guangzhou. E.g. to Guangzhou the train costs 24 RMB and it takes 2 1/2h.
I believe that Shenzhen station is the one in Luohu. I never heard about the Shenzhen East station though.
Lately I was just reading about the Pinghu-Nanshan Railway (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pingnan_railway) which I never heard about it before. I believe that there are many other passenger stations which serve as a stop of the major connections here in SZ.
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Old August 1st, 2012, 04:41 PM   #666
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Yes, Shenzhen station is the Lowu (Luohu) one.



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Old August 2nd, 2012, 06:07 PM   #667
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City considers increased construction waste fee
2012-August-2 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

SHENZHEN’s housing and construction authority has drafted a plan to charge 30 yuan (US$4.74) per ton for disposal of construction waste, which has been soaring in recent years.

The draft has been submitted to the city government for approval, yesterday’s Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.

The city’s urban administration bureau said Shenzhen’s yearly turnover of construction waste has reached 20 million cubic meters. In 2011, the city saw 23 million cubic meters of construction dregs, including 17 million cubic meters of waste dirt and 600 cubic meters of discarded construction materials.

Recycling of construction waste is low, and most of it is dumped at local landfills.

The city has 13 facilities, including nine waste-reception fields, to handle construction waste. To boost capacity, the city will build 45 waste-reception fields and 12 comprehensive recycling facilities.

The city currently charges 3 yuan per ton of construction waste, the paper said.
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Old August 6th, 2012, 05:48 AM   #668
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New gas pipeline to cut local emissions
2012-August-6 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

A NEW gas pipeline in Shenzhen is expected to reduce emissions from power plants and boilers and improve the city’s environment, officials said.

China’s second west-to-east gas pipeline started serving Shenzhen last week and will provide the city with 4 billion cubic meters of natural gas a year. The gas will help Shenzhen reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 7 million tons and other emissions by 42,000 tons a year, officials said at the pipeline’s opening ceremony Aug. 1.

The city government initiated a project last year to replace highly polluting fuels used in power plants and boilers, such as coal and diesel, with natural gas.

Yuhu Power Plant in Pinghu, Longgang District, and Baochang Power Plant in Guanlan, Bao’an District, finished fuel transformations earlier this year. By using natural gas, Yuhu Power Plant will cut its sulfur dioxide emissions from 2,500 tons a year to nearly zero. Two of the power plant’s new generating units could reduce their nitrogen oxide emissions by about 2,900 tons a year, assuming 4,000 hours of annual operation. That reduction equals the emissions from 200,000 sedans or 10,000 heavy-duty vehicles in a year.

Officials said the new gas pipeline will bring the city enough natural gas to replace diesel used in more than 600 boilers in the next three years.

Diesel and coal are among many highly polluting fuels used in power plants, boilers and industrial equipment. Burning coal is a leading cause of smog, acid rain, global warming and air toxicity. Coal ash, sludge and waste contaminate groundwater, streams, rivers and seas, as well.

Diesel emits a mixture of particles, metals and gases that if inhaled by humans can lead to cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, health experts say. The World Health Organization classified diesel exhaust as a “known carcinogen” in June, declaring that diesel exhaust can lead to lung and bladder cancer.
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Buji transport hub to open this year
A TRANSPORT interchange under construction in Longgang’s Buji area will take over the passenger train operations of the outdated Shenzhen West Railway Station at the end of this year and Shenzhen West will be used for cargo trains, the city’s urban planning, land and resources commission said.
The new transport hub will link Metro lines, bus routes and taxi services and will have a passenger-handling capacity five times that of Shenzhen West, yesterday’s Shenzhen Economic Daily quoted the commission as saying.
The hub will be able to handle up to 50,000 passengers per day immediately upon opening and future expansions will boost that capacity to 90,000, the paper said.
Reports of Shenzhen West’s deteriorating condition made local headlines last month, following complaints from the public.
Shenzhen West operator Pingnan Railway Co. said last month that it had applied for station renovation permits many times, but the government consistently vetoed plans because the station wasn’t listed in the government’s passenger railway network plan.
Shenzhen’s urban planning, land and resources commission told an Economic Daily reporter that decisions about building and operating railway stations are made by the nation’s railway regulator, and out of the commission’s hands.
Even if the station is rebuilt, it wouldn’t remain a passenger station because the national railway regulator is planning to cancel some of its routes, the commission said.
The railway station was designed as a cargo station in 1989, but because of its low ticket prices and western Shenzhen location its passenger numbers quickly increased.
It was ordered to stop handling passengers in 2010, but continued operations and still handles about half of the city’s long-distance rail passengers. Pingnan Railway said the station handled more than 7 million passengers in 2011.
Pingnan Railway said it had accumulated significant debts while operating the station since 1991. As of June, it had sustained losses totaling more than 140 million yuan (US$22 million).
According to the network plan adopted in 2006, Shenzhen eventually will have five railway stations for passengers: Shenzhen, Shenzhen North, Buji, Futian and Shenzhen East. Shenzhen East Railway Station will be built in Pingshan New Area.


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Old August 7th, 2012, 06:55 PM   #670
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is it really?...
must mainland chineses have proper visa to get hong kong?
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Old August 10th, 2012, 03:56 PM   #671
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Large park to be built in Futian
2012-August-10 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

FUTIAN District plans to construct a 500,000-square-meter park in Antuoshan, along Beihuan Boulevard.

Once a large hill, much of Antuoshan has been lost to quarrying for the city’s land reclamations and residential housing construction. The area surrounding Antuoshan includes a large amount of residential housing but doesn’t have any nearby parks.

The new park will provide a more livable environment for residents who will be relocated to three residential buildings in Antuoshan to make way for the renovation of Futian District People’s Hospital. The renovation is scheduled for completion at the end of 2015, according to district head Yang Hong.

Yang said the park’s construction is “being actively implemented,” but didn’t disclose details about its timeline or layout.

An officer with the city’s park management center, surnamed Deng, told Shenzhen Daily that the park project is still in an application stage.

Initial designs for Antuoshan Park, posted last October on the official Web site of the city’s urban planning commission, include viewing stands and pavilions along with a public square, large lawn, cycling track, rock-climbing facility and service center.

The park will include 4,835 square meters of water elements and 6,548 square meters of parking, according to the designs.

In addition to the large park in Antuoshan, Shenzhen intends to have more than 1,000 parks across the city by 2020, according to an urban landscaping plan for the next eight years that was released last month.

In addition, all of the city’s districts and new areas, except for Futian and Luohu districts, will be required to construct a park for children.

There are 824 parks in Shenzhen.
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is it really?...
must mainland chineses have proper visa to get hong kong?
why?
doesn't hong kong people like mainland chineses?
Yes - visas are not too hard to get nowadays but the border is still there. Hong Kongers also need to use a special permit card and go through immigration when entering China.
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City finishes 1st smart road
2012-August-10 08:53
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BEIHUAN Boulevard, a 19-km east-west trunk road, has become Shenzhen’s first “smart road” with the recently completed installation of advanced technologies to manage and guide traffic.

Traffic police began installing new equipment on the road last June. After a year of upgrades, police announced Thursday that Beihuan Boulevard is now equipped with traffic-monitoring facilities including video surveillance, license plate recognition, LED traffic guidance and improved database access that allow police to quickly identify vehicles.

Twelve oversized monitors along Beihuan Boulevard update road conditions and provide safety tips for drivers.

The new equipment is part of efforts by traffic police to use new technologies to reduce accidents and improve traffic flows. The equipment helps police monitor traffic and advise or divert vehicles accordingly, with uploaded traffic data available online and on mobile phones.

The equipment will also help police better handle traffic accidents. A system that automatically monitors and updates road conditions can quickly identify and report traffic accidents to commanding officers on duty.
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High-tech overpass fails to impress city residents
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AN overpass built at the cost of 50 million yuan (US$7.87 million) in south China's Shenzhen has been widely criticized over the state of its high-tech facilities.

The overpass, constructed from materials used in the aerospace industry and called the "spring flower" after its shape, was equipped with thousands of high-quality LED screens and the latest solar panels as well as two lifts and four escalators.

But the costly screens and elevators haven't worked for a long time and the overpass was always filled with water, according to online posts.

Local Nanshan District denied having spent 2 billion yuan on the project, as some online posts had claimed, but promised to "make improvement and renovation for the current problems," according to an online statement.

"The overpass was over fancy and luxurious, but wasn't practical at all, a resident told Xinhua news agency.

The "spring flower" was built as a landmark before the city hosted the 2011 World University Games, the Shenzhen urban construction authority said.

It was an urgently built project to improve the city's image, it added.

The district government said the overpass was built in a busy area where there were two major roads, office buildings and residential communities, which raised the cost.

Xinhua said the problems might have arisen because local authorities hadn't figured out who should be taking responsibility for the structure.
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Lavish footbridge criticized
2012-August-20 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

NANSHAN District Government admitted on its blog Friday evening that it was guilty of negligence, mismanagement and faulty operation of a footbridge that has been criticized by netizens for its high cost and poor function.

The district government promised to improve service and solve existing problems.

“The cause of poor maintenance and management was that there was no clear responsibility for its management among government agencies, including the construction bureau and urban management bureau,” the government said.

It said Chunhua Footbridge, at the intersection of Nanshan and Shennan boulevards, cost about 50 million yuan (US$7.86 million) when it was built quickly to open along with the Shenzhen Universiade last August.

Netizens have recently criticized its lavish design and high ongoing costs, which are estimated at 2 billion yuan, along with its poor management.

The 14-meter-wide overpass was designed in the shape of a flower and has four staircases, four escalators and two elevators. The Nanshan urban administration said the grand design caused the high cost.

Most of the elevators and escalators stopped operation after the Universiade. The lighting system uses more than 1,000 LED bulbs but isn’t operating now, either, and the footbridge’s surface is often covered with rainwater.

A netizen said he felt pain when he saw the elevators and escalators left idle for a year while pedestrians, including the elderly, had to climb staircases to ascend and descend from the bridge. “The overpass is built for sightseeing, not for walking. Isn’t it better to build a dozen simple footbridges than one such costly structure?” the netizen criticized.
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A bird’s-eye view shows Chunhua Overpass in Nanshan District yesterday. The eight elevators and escalators of the overpass at the intersection of Shennan and Nanshan boulevards have all opened, following public criticism of the pedestrian overpass’ poor functionality and performance. Earlier media reports said the overpass was built last year at a cost of 50 million yuan (US$7.9 million).
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Dapeng becoming global attraction
2012-September-5 08:53
Shenzhen Daily

DAPENG Peninsula in eastern Shenzhen will be developed into an international tourist and holiday destination, according to project planning that has passed a review by experts.

With more than 120 kilometers of coastline and 21 beaches, the peninsula is lauded as home to one of the eight most beautiful coasts in China. The peninsula is also rich in rare marine organisms and corals, as well as historical sites.

Twenty-three natural villages on the peninsula will be developed into holiday resorts, Shenzhen Evening News reported.

The development of tourism on the peninsula will be open to private capital and the city government will also increase its financial support, according to the plans.

The peninsula will also see the development of bio-technology, marine, ecological agriculture, cultural and creative industries.

Different development and management methods will be used in ecological protection areas.

The project will start with the development of five areas, including Xiasha and Baguang, Shenzhen Evening News reported.

Located on the peninsula’s west side, the Xiasha area will be home to tourist facilities built with an investment of 2 billion yuan (US$315 million) to 3 billion yuan from China National Travel Service Group Corp., based on an agreement between the enterprise and the city, according to earlier reports by local Chinese-language newspapers.
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