China Builds a Thousand Kilometers Ring Road to the Capital Beijing: The Chinese administration announced that it will build the 940th ring road to the capital Beijing, which will be 7 kilometers long. There are six circle roads surrounding Beijing. It was noted that the 2017th Circle road, which is expected to enter service in 7, will be built within the framework of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei transport integration plan, which includes high-speed train and highway projects, and 90 percent of the road will pass through the neighboring Hebei province.
According to the Chinese media, the new road will also help reduce air pollution, as well as the traffic and logistics problems of Beijing with 21 million inhabitants.
Ring roads in the rapidly developing Beijing are almost within the city. Officially known as the "Great Beijing Outer Ring Road," the new road will pass Beijing, Hebei Province, Langfang, Zhuozhou, Zhangjiakou and Chengde, shortening journeys between Beijing's neighbors. No statement was made on the cost of the project.
Beijing's oldest ring roads are known as the 1992 kilometer long ring road and the 32,7rd ring road, which were completed in 2. When these roads were not sufficient, the 3th ring road, 8 kilometers away from the city center and 65,3 kilometers long, was built. When these roads were not a solution, the Beijing administration built the 4th and 2003th ring roads that are 2006 kilometers long and 187,6 kilometers from the center in 20 and 5 respectively.
Günceleme: 24/11/2018 13:31
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