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Old March 16th, 2008, 03:31 AM   #301
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elevated rail=高铁
light rail=轻轨
monorail=单轨


Monorail of Chongqing is also called 轻轨,as few Chongqingers know the fact that it's actually a monorail,not a light rail.
高铁=高速铁路=HSR
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And Shanghai's elevated metro lines are also labelled as light rail, despite being the exact same type as the ones going underground.
Really weird.
Not really, aren't lines 5 and 6 of a much narrower, smaller car type than the rest of the system (except line 8 but that is an anomaly in my opinion)? They also only have four cars per train. So I guess its pretty appropriate to call those "light rail". But yeah Line 3 and 4 with their 23m long, 3m wide trains are certainly not light rail but heavy rail.
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What do people call Shanghai Metro Line 4? Is it "di tie" when underground and "qing gui" when above? Pardon me, I can read Chinese on this computer, just cannot type it.
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I have collected all Qinghai-Tibet rail posts to here, let's grow it.

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I can not go to Tibet because I have asthma !!!
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Quake-damaged railway reopens

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A train carrying relief goods passes yesterday through the No. 109 tunnel which was blocked when a fuel train ran into an earthquake rockslide.

2008-5-25
THE full line of the quake-damaged Baoji-Chengdu railway re-opened to traffic yesterday after 283 hours of closure, allowing transport of disaster relief goods to China's quake devastated Sichuan Province.

No. 977 train carrying urgently needed relief goods of tents and medicines passed through No. 109 tunnel at 9:53am yesterday where a 40-car freight train had been derailed, paralyzing the railway in the May 12 earthquake.

THE railway, linking Chengdu, provincial capital of Sichuan, with Baoji city in neighboring Shaanxi Province, is a key north-south route in west China.

THE southern section of the railway re-opened on Friday after workers finished repairs on a key bridge that was damaged by the 8.0-magnitude earthquake with its epicenter in Wenchuan County.

THE northern part of the railway remained blocked due to the difficulties in removing the derailed wagons, which carried gasoline, from the damaged tunnel.

For the past 12 days of quake recovery operations, rescuers and relief goods had to be transported into the mountainous quake zone by airlift or through frequently disrupted road links because of the closure of the damaged railway.

More than 2,200 railway workers, soldiers and policemen risked their lives and worked around-the-clock on repairing the railway.

It was reopened seven days earlier than the repair plan, according to railway officials in charge of the work.

Lu Chunfang, vice minister of railways and commander of the repair operation, shed tears at the re-opening of the tunnel.

"We stressed the importance of safety work. However, we all knew the work was extremely dangerous," he told the press.

He said one railway worker died and many others were injured in the repair work.

THE repair worker named Huang Junke was killed by a falling rock which hit his head. Huang was a 37-year-old worker from the China Railway Electrification Group.

Twelve tanks of gasoline on the derailed train had to be destroyed. Fire in the tunnel section in Huixian County, Gansu Province, burned for about 40 hours before it was put out on May 14.

More than 1,600 villagers living near the tunnel were evacuated due to concerns of the dangers of fire and poisonous gas.

Heat from the tunnel could be felt 100 meters away, said villagers.

Firefighters used more than 20,000 sandbags and hundreds of wet quilts to cover the north exit and tunnel vents to starve the fire of oxygen.
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Deutsche Bahn to launch direct China-to-Germany cargo trains within three months

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FRANKFURT (Thomson Financial) - Deutsche Bahn AG. is set to open a direct cargo train link between China and Germany within three months, Die Welt reported, citing Manfred Michel of China United International Railway Container Transport (CUIRC), the company operating the trains.

Deutsche Bahn owns an 8 percent stake in CUIRC.

The trains will take 15 days to travel the 9,850 km between Berlin and Beijing. The more expensive air cargo takes two to three days between Germany and China, while sea freight takes around 35 days.

'The cargo trains can't compete with sea freight, but for express goods or oversize volumes they do make sense,' said Norbert Bensel, head of Deutsche Bahn's logistic operations.

The German rail operator is set to be partially privatised by the end of the year.

It is in talks with Russian railways RZD to take stakes in each other. RZD is Deutsche Bahn's main partner for the inter-continental connection between China and Germany.

Deutsche Bahn initially expects annual sales of between 10 million and 20 million euros from the project.
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Old June 17th, 2008, 05:31 AM   #309
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Rail travelers to hit 283m this summer

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China's railways will handle more than 4.5 million people a day in July and August, the Ministry of Railways has said.

The two summer months are a traditionally popular period for rail travel, due to the school holidays. But the addition of the Beijing Olympics will boost the numbers significantly, it said.

About 283 million people are expected to travel by rail during the 62 days, up 9.8 percent on the same period last year, it said.

Ministry spokesman Wang Yongping said: "The biggest increase in passenger numbers will be between Beijing and the five other Olympic host cities, especially Tianjin and Shanghai."

The Olympic soccer competition, for example, will be held in Tianjin, Shenyang, and Qinhuangdao, so a lot of people, including the players, will have to travel a lot, Wang said.

Wang Bin, an official with the ministry's news office, said: "Rail is a good option if air travel is hindered due to bad weather."

To help meet the increased demand, the ministry plans to open special ticket windows at major railway stations, which will sell tickets only to those cities, spokesman Wang said.

An extra 57 mid-to-long distance trains will be added as a temporary measure, he said.

Plans to cope with the increased number of air travelers have been in place for some time.

In July 2005, the Civil Aviation Administration issued a plan to upgrade airport facilities at Olympic host cities ahead of the Games.

Seven major airports and 10 alternatives are involved in the plan, and work has already been completed at Beijing Capital International and Shanghai Pudong.
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Kunming-Singapore Railroad 泛亚铁路

Singapore-Kunming Rail Link project making good progress

By Wong Mun Wai, Channel NewsAsia | Posted: 19 October 2007

SINGAPORE : Agreements on linking up the transnational Singapore-Kunming Rail Project have been reached.

This update was given at the latest meeting in Singapore among ASEAN countries involved in the project.

Officials say the project is coming along.

In Cambodia, the missing link between the towns Sisophon and Poipet is expected to cost US$73 million and will be completed in three years.

Four rail links in Vietnam are being built or upgraded with rails replaced, and bridges and signal systems modernised.

In fact, several investors are keen to build one of them - the estimated US$250 million connection between Ho Chi Minh City and Loc Ninh in Vietnam, stretching almost 130 kilometres.

The four links in Vietnam are estimated to cost US$965 million.

Over in Thailand, one out of the three projects to build missing links is finished.

Construction has not started on the other two links; one is subject to a technical study, whereas a feasibility study has been submitted to the authorities for the other.

The Singapore-Kunming rail project is estimated to cost more than US$2 billion.

Thus, part of the trip to New York later this month for the ASEAN Finance Ministers meeting is to capture more international investor interest.

Malaysia's Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy said, "It will be presented there with the purpose also to showcase the investment opportunities in ASEAN."

So far, the Asian Development Bank, Chinese and French governments are funding part of the project.

Also raised at the meeting was the issue of the high speed rail link between Singapore and Malaysia.

An official from the Ministry of Transport said the Government's position of looking into a proposal by the Malaysian government has not changed.

The Malaysian Minister of Transport said the idea is still being discussed between the proposing corporation and departments in the Malaysian government.

Officials say the proposer of the project, Malaysia's YTL Corporation, is carrying out studies into the engineering aspects and land acquisition for the project.

The next meeting of the project's working group will be held in Malaysia next year.
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Old June 19th, 2008, 03:19 PM   #311
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Wuhan-Guangzhou express rail

Workers prepare to install the last section of the Ganhe Super Bridge along the Wuhan-Guangzhou express rail in Xianning, Hubei province on June 18, 2008. The 3.42 km-long Ganhe Super Bridge is the most difficult part of the railway construction project. With an investment of 108 billion yuan ($15.69 billion), the 968-km Wuhan-Guangzhou railway, which is expected to be completed in 2010, can allow trains to run at speed of 350 km per hour. The train travel time between the two cities will be cut to only 4 hours from more than 11 hours currently. [Xinhua]




The last 900-ton section is installed to connect the Ganhe Super Bridge along the Wuhan-Guangzhou express rail in Xianning, Hubei province on June 18, 2008. The 3.42 km-long Ganhe Super Bridge is the most difficult part of the railway construction project. With an investment of 108 billion yuan ($15.69 billion), the 968-km Wuhan-Guangzhou railway, which is expected to be completed in 2010, can allow trains to run at speed of 350 km per hour. The train travel time between the two cities will be cut to only 4 hours from more than 11 hours currently. [Xinhua]



Workers are busy planting trees and grass along the Wuhan-Guangzhou express rail in Xianning, Hubei province on June 18, 2008. With an investment of 108 billion yuan ($15.69 billion), the 968-km Wuhan-Guangzhou railway, which is expected to be completed in 2010, can allow trains to run at speed of 350 km per hour. The train travel time between the two cities will be cut to only 4 hours from more than 11 hours currently. [Xinhua]

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China railways to raise 10b yuan on bond market

Updated: 2008-06-20 10:16

China's Ministry of Railways would raise 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) in the inter-bank bond market by issuing one-year bills, a ministry spokesman said on Thursday.

The ministry invited tenders for 7.5 billion yuan worth of such bills in the inter-bank market on Thursday, with a bidding yield rate range of 4.65 percent to 4.75 percent, said spokesman Wang Yongping.

The other 2.5 billion yuan worth of bonds would be sold privately. No information on the purchaser was released.

"The capital raised would be mainly used to buy rolling stock and facilitate fund flow in rail construction and operation," said Wang.

Subscriptions from 44 institutions totaled 305 billion yuan, which was 40.7 times the bills' value, a record high in the inter-bank market.

Wang said winners offered the lower limit of the yield rate but he didn't disclose the final result.

It was the first time the ministry had adopted such a debt-financing option since the central bank allowed companies to issue bills with a maturity of one year or less in the inter-bank market in 2005.

By the end of last year, 316 firms had issued 769.3 billion yuan worth of such paper, according to the People's Bank of China.

China plans to extend its total operating railway system to 100,000 kilometers by 2020 from 76,600 km at the end of 2006, which will cost an estimated 2 trillion yuan.

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Chinese insurers to invest $2.35 bln in Beijing-Shanghai express railway


www.chinaview.cn 2008-06-21 14:31:36

BEIJING, June 21 (Xinhua) -- Four of China's insurance companies have been given green light by the country's insurance regulator to invest 16 billion yuan (2.35 bln U.S. dollars) in the Beijing-Shanghai express railway.

Sources from the China Insurance Regulatory Commission (CIRC) said that four asset management companies under the Ping'an Insurance, Pacific Insurance, Taikang Life and Taiping Life will jointly set up a Beijing-Shanghai express railway equity investment project to raise the planned amount of capital.

In addition to the four insurers, the China Reinsurance (Group) Company, Generali China Life Insurance Company and PICC will also act as partakers and beneficiaries of the project, with the China Construction Bank as the trustee and the China Development Bank as an independent supervisor.

The CIRC demanded all parties involved in the project to strictly abide by related laws and regulations and prevent credit, operation, moral and legal risks. It also requested the project to submit timely report on its operation or events of significance.

On Dec. 27, 2007, the Beijing-Shanghai Express Railway Co. Ltd was unveiled in Beijing for the construction of the 1,318-km high-speed railway between China's top two cities.

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New Beijing-Tianjing train sets record

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06-27-2008 14:42

A new Beijing-Tianjin suburban railway line was put through its paces on Tuesday. A China-made high-speed train was tested on the new rail line, hitting a record speed of 394.5 kilometers an hour.


A CRH3 train in Beijing Railway Station South

It took only five minutes for the train to go from zero to 300 kilometers an hour. The express hit a maximum speed of 394.5 kilometers per hour during the test, setting a world speed record for railway transport.

Beijing and Tianjin are 120 kilometers apart, and the train finished the journey in only 25 minutes and 20 seconds.

The train runs smoothly, so that passengers don't need to wear safety belts.

China developed the technology for high-speed trains with speeds of 200 kilometers an hour in 2004. Then the country developed its own trains with speeds of 300 kilometers and 350 kilometers per hour, becoming one of the few countries to have mastered the technology.

The Beijing-Tianjin inter-city express line is scheduled to open on August 1st, ahead of the Beijing Olympic Games.

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It took only five minutes for the train to go from zero to 300 kilometers an hour. The express hit a maximum speed of 394.5 kilometers per hour during the test, setting a world speed record for railway transport.
Why is this being described as a world speed record for railway transport when last year a French TGV reached a speed of 574.8 km/h?
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Why is this being described as a world speed record for railway transport when last year a French TGV reached a speed of 574.8 km/h?
I think they meant one of the records.
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China sets up coordination group for high-speed train innovation


www.chinaview.cn 2008-07-03

 BEIJING, July 3 (Xinhua) -- China has set up an inter-agency coordination group to enhance its ability to develop an advanced and safe high-speed rail system.

The Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) website, www.most.gov.cn, on Thursday released the grouping of MOST and the Ministry of Railways (MOR) to coordinate planning, research and development, industrial manufacturing and equipment upgrades in the country's high-speed rail sector.

MOST Minister Wan Gang, a former Audi chief technologist for hybrid vehicles, and MOR Minister Liu Zhijun co-chair the group.

MOR has tested the country's first high-speed railway connecting Beijing and Tianjin since the end of May, with an average speed of 300 km per hour. Last week, President Hu Jintao test rode the train, which covered 120 km within 30 minutes.

MOR promised to make sure safety and timeliness in operating the service between the capital and Tianjin, a co-host city for the upcoming Beijing Olympics in August.

On Tuesday, the country started to build its second inter-city high-speed rail line linking Nanjing and Shanghai, one of the most important business hubs in the Asia Pacific region. The 300-km line was estimated to cost 39.45 billion yuan (5.7 billion U.S. dollars) and would be completed in four years.

The high-ranking coordination group was established largely with an eye on clearing technological obstacles to build a high-speed trunk line between Beijing and Shanghai.

All key decision makers from the two ministries have joined the group, which also comprises 18 leading railway technologists. Thirteen academics from both the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)and the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) were invited to give advice to the decision makers on key issues.

The two ministries contracted a few research institutes and state-owned companies to develop the new-generation train, which boasts an average speed of 350 km per hour. The homegrown technologies, not only for train coaches but also for reliable railway systems, were expected to compete with the world's most cutting-edge know-how.

China previously contacted with German, French and Japanese high-speed train vendors to explore possibilities to introduce foreign-developed high-speed railway systems in the country. However, it was now resolute to build the network with its own proprietary technologies.

As an alternative, China had even built the world's first commercial maglev line, based on Siemens technology linking Pudongto the Shanghai Airport.

Among the 18,000 km of newly-built passenger railroads planned toward 2020, most were high-speed lines. The first commercial operation of the China High-speed Railway (CHR) would start before the opening of the Olympics on Aug. 8.

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China starts work on Shanghai-Nanjing high-speed rail

2008-07-02

China broke ground on Tuesday for a 300 km high-speed passenger rail line between Shanghai and Nanjing, two cities in the populous, affluent Yangtze River Delta region of east China.

The new line, costing 39.45 billion yuan ($5.7 billion), is to be completed in four years.

It will run around the clock and offer services at three-minute intervals during peak hours. It will cut the travel time from two hours to 72 minutes.

"The new line is expected to boost the economy of the cities along it," said an unidentified railway official.

The route will have 21 stations and is forecast to carry up to 26.35 million people by 2020 and 38.44 million by 2030.

The delta area, one of the country's most economically robust, currently contributes more than 20 percent of the national gross domestic product.


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It's a super-fast track for city-Hangzhou line

2008-7-16

IMAGINE traveling by rail between Shanghai and Hangzhou in just over 30 minutes ... this is no dream, as the wheels are in motion.

Construction of the high-speed link between the two cities will start next year, the Hangzhou-based Metropolis Express reported yesterday, citing the Ministry of Railways.

The 158-kilometer line, which would start at the Hangzhou Eastern Railway Station in the provincial capital of Zhejiang and end in Shanghai's Hongqiao International Airport area, would reduce traveling time by nearly 90 minutes.

Trains would travel up to 300 kilometers an hour on the 27.6-billion-yuan (US$4.03-billion) line.

There would be five stops along the line at stations in Zhejiang's Yuhang, Tongxiang and Jiaxing cities and at Shanghai's Songjiang District and Fengjing Town.

The report did not say when construction would be completed.

The Shanghai-Hangzhou link would connect to the Shanghai-Beijing high-speed railway at Shanghai's Hongqiao Transport Hub and passengers could also transfer to the Hangzhou-Ningbo railway link at the Hangzhou Eastern Station.

The Hongqiao Transport Hub will serve as a transfer station for the city's Hongqiao International Airport, a Maglev station, at least three Metro stations and bus stations.

China started building its first high-speed rail link, the Shanghai-Beijing line, on April 18. Travel on this link will take under five hours, seven hours off the present time.

The new Shanghai-Beijing rail link, scheduled for completion in five years, is the biggest construction investment since the foundation of the People's Republic of China.

Trains will travel up to 350kmh on the 1,318-kilometer line, which will be the fastest high-speed railway in the world.

Twenty-one stations will be built along the route that runs across Beijing and Tianjin municipalities and Hebei, Shandong, Anhui, Jiangsu provinces and ends in Shanghai's Hongqiao airport area.

The railway will connect China's Circum-Bohai Sea Region and the Yangtze Delta Region, which covers 6.5 percent of the country's territory and a quarter of the population.

China also plans to start construction on the 42-billion-yuan Nanjing-Hangzhou intercity railway this year, which will reduce traveling time from Shanghai to Ningbo to 90 minutes from 3 1/2 hours.

In March, the country's economic planning authority approved a 559-kilometer, high-speed railway linking Nanning City in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and Guangzhou City in Guangdong Province.

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waiting for 3-4 years, the high speed rail will be everywhere around China.
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