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Old January 3rd, 2019, 01:10 AM   #301
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Chengdu tramway in service
The initial section of the Chengdu tram network opened on December 26.
The 13·6 km Line T2 between Chenguang and Hexin Road is the first phase of a planned 39·3 km Y-shaped network in the northwest of the city that would provide interchange with metro Line 2. Services run every 10 min between 07.00 and 20.45, with an end-to-end journey time of 40 min.
CRRC Changchun has supplied a fleet of bidirectional five-section trams based on the Alstom Citadis 302 design; 40 trams are envisaged for the entire network. The vehicles are 32·6 m long and have capacity for 380 passengers including 64 seated.

The trams have a maximum speed of 70 km/h and are equipped with onboard energy storage to allow off-line operation across road junctions.
December 26 also saw the opening of extensions at both ends of Chengdu metro Line 3. A northeastern extension from Chengdu Junqu General Hospital to Chengdu Medical College added 12·7 km, of which 5·5 km is on elevated alignment, and serves nine stations. A 17·4 km southwestern extension opened from Taipingyuan to Shuangliu West with 11 stations and a depot near Shuangliu West.


https://www.metro-report.com/news/news-by-region/china/single-view/view/chengdu-tramway-in-service.html?sword_list[]=china&no_cache=1
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Shenyang tram network expands
Trams in Shenyang started serving Shenyang South railway station on January 5 with the opening of two short extensions to the network.

The 800 m extension serving the railway station is used by services on two new routes. Route 4 runs to Century Building via University Science City.

Route 6 runs to Taoxian Airport using a 3·3 km extension linking University Science City with Qianjinhui Hotel.

The Shenyang tram network was inaugurated in 2013 and now carries 150 000 passengers a day.


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Old February 10th, 2019, 04:58 AM   #303
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Sanya tram line opens to passengers
The initial phase of the first tram line in Sanya on Hainan Island opened for revenue service on January 1.
Services are operating on the northern section of the line from Sanya Railway Station to Jiefang Lu, serving six stops. When complete, the line will be 8·4 km long, serving 15 stops between the railway station and Jiangang Lu.
Construction started in July 2016 and cost 1·4bn yuan. CRRC Changchun has supplied a fleet of trams capable of catenary-free operation. The vehicles have a maximum speed of 70 km/h but are limited to 50 km/h in the urban area. The five-section trams have a capacity of 362 passengers including 60 seated.
A network of four tram lines is planned for Sanya, which would total 60 route-km.
https://www.metro-report.com/news/news-by-region/china/single-view/view/sanya-tram-line-opens-to-passengers.html?sword_list[]=china&no_cache=1
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Old February 10th, 2019, 05:05 AM   #304
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Electric double-decker buses enter service in Xi’an
Xi’an put into service 100 electric double-decker buses supplied by BYD on January 30, ahead of the Chinese New Year festival.
The K8S vehicles have entered service on routes 284, 608 and 609. A further 100 are due to enter service on routes 19, 25 and 603 at a later date.
The lower deck is 1·9 m high, and features a wheelchair area and entrance ramps. The upper deck is 1·7 m high. The buses are equipped with BYD batteries.
The order for 200 buses follows previous deliveries from the same manufacturer. In 2016 Xi’an put 1 100 BYD electric buses into service, followed by a further 1 900 in 2018. BYD has also supplied the K8S model to Shenzhen, Guilin, Huai’an, Jingdezhen and Pingtan.


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BYD launches ‘longest electric bus’
BYD has launched what it claims is the longest pure battery electric bus in the world at its headquarters in Shenzhen.
The three-section aluminium alloy bodied K12A is 27 m long and has capacity for 250 passengers. It has a maximum speed of 70 km/h and can be operated using a two-wheel drive or distributed four-wheel drive mode.
The bus is equipped with AC and DC charging ports, and the batteries give a range of ‘almost 300 km’, according to the manufacturer. BYD says that the bus can save up to 360 000 litres of fuel throughout its life-cycle compared with a diesel bus.


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Tianshui tram rolled out
China Railway Signal & Communications Group has rolled out at its Changsha factory the first of 17 trams that it is supplying to operate the initial tram route being developed in Tianshui.
The five-section Pioneer tram has a capacity of 370 passengers including 58 seated. The 100% low-floor vehicle has an operational maximum speed of 70 km/h and uses onboard energy storage to run without overhead wires, charging through a pantograph at stops.
Line 1 is being developed as a PPP between the city and CRSC at a cost of around 2·5bn yuan. The 20·2 km route will connect Tianshui railway station in the east and Jihe Beilu in the west, serving 17 stops, including four that will be interchanges with future routes. The initial 13 km western section with 12 stops is due to open next year.
Two more east-west tram routes are planned. Line 2 would serve 17 stops on a 16·1 km alignment in the southeast of the city, and Line 3 would run for 7·2 km, serving 10 stations in the southwest. Two more lines would be added in the longer term.


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pics of AI-based Panda Bus in Tianjin





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Foshan welcomes hydrogen fuel cell tram
A hydrogen fuel cell tram has started test running on the Gaoming Line in Foshan, ahead of opening of the city’s first tram route later this month.

The 17·4 km Gaoming Line on the west bank of the Xijiang River is intended to serve 20 stops when completed. The first phase will serve 10 stops on a 6·5 km section of the route.

CRRC Qingdao Sifang is supplying eight trams powered by hydrogen fuel cells developed with Canadian company Ballard Power Systems under a C$6m agreement. The three-section low-floor trams have capacity for 285 passengers and a maximum speed of 70 km/h. Six hydrogen storage cylinders give the vehicles a range of 100 km.

Foshan is investing heavily in the technology, having reportedly already put 768 hydrogen powered vehicles into service by the end of October. It has a network of six refuelling stations, with another 12 expected to come on line by the end of this year.

Fuel cell trams are already in service in Qingdao and Tangshan.

https://www.railwaygazette.com/vehic.../55268.article
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Transit buses converted into electric ones to reduce carbon emissions in Shandong

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Photo taken on Jan. 14, 2020 shows the electric buses in Laixi County of Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province. In order to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment, Laixi County has converted all of its transit buses into 116 electric ones in the urban area by far. (Ding Hongfa)
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/202...38708592_5.htm
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