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CHINA Railway says construction has begun on the 78.2km Beijing - Bazhou high-speed line, which will serve the city's new international airport at Daxing, 46km south of the capital.
A flurry of new metro lines and line extensions opened in cities across China in the final week of 2016.
CHINA’s first driverless subway line, the Yanfang line in Beijing will begin operations at the end of 2017 according to a report on August 29.
JI-QING High-speed Railway Company, China, has awarded a €50m contract to Vossloh Fastening Systems China (VFSC) for rail fastenings for the high-speed line from Qingdao to Jinan City, a section…
MTR Corporation, Hong Kong, achieved a 3.8% increase in revenues last year as the company continued to expand its international operations, particularly in Europe.
WITH Hong Kong's public transport operator MTR preparing to open the latest additions to its metro network, the 2.6km Kwun Tong extension and the 7km South Island Line, 2016 is…
CHINA's National Development and Reform Commission has approved plans for the 78.2km Beijing - Bazhou high-speed line, which will serve the city's new international airport at Daxing, 46km south of…
ASIAN cities have the largest and busiest metro systems in the world, according to an International Association of Transport (UITP) report released on November 5 2015.
BEIJING Metro is planning to start construction of three new lines and extensions to two existing lines before the end of this year. Designs for these extensions went on public…
Chinese cities are increasingly looking to light rail to solve their public transport issues, and in particular to serve new residential developments. Dipl-Ing (FH) Dennis Schulz and Kevin Smith present…
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