66 Percent of High Speed ​​Train tracks in the world are in China

The total length of high-speed rail in China has risen from 0 to 25.000 in the last decade. This length corresponds to the 66 of the world wide when compared to the global average.

High-speed rail tracks in China form the 66 of rails worldwide. Every year 1 carries more than a billion passengers.

Xinhua news agency examined the development of the high-speed train network in China over the last decade and its contribution to the economy.

China, which does not have a high-speed train until 10 years ago, forms the 25.000 of the world-wide high-speed rail lines with the 66-km high-speed rail line.

The 300 high-speed train reaches 35 per hour, completing the journey between Beijing and Tianjin in minutes.


Train inspector Xu said that people are accustomed to using high-speed trains, said the situation is very different from the 10 years ago, people can navigate the remote places, he said. Until ten years ago, Xu was struggling not to catch up on trains, he said, and nowadays, the toilets in the train turn into resting places.

The high-speed train rail between Beijing and Tianjin, which opened in 2008 of 1 in August, remains the first high-speed rail in China.

In the same year, many foreign tourists who come to watch the Beijing Olympics want to experience high-speed train Xu, passengers during the movement of the train by looking out the window to feel the speed of the train is amazed, even some passengers wanted to take a photo with him, he said.

David Feng from Sweden, who was a lecturer at the University of Beijing, wrote the feeling that he lived on a fast train. Iz When we approached the north of Tianjin, the speed of the train reached 348 km. From Beijing to Tianjin, we only took our 30 minutes. This experience was an experience we thought it was impossible to live until then. A he said.

According to the Beijing Railways office, Beijing-Tianjin increased the number of daily trains from two cities to 94. High-speed trains carried 217 million people between Beijing and Tianjin in the past decade.


Kenyan English teacher Njeri Kamau said that he uses high-speed trains to see his husband, who runs every Friday evening in Beijing, and high-speed trains make relationships sustainable.

In the Inner Mongolia region north of China, the first high-speed rail track was announced on Tuesday. 287 km-long railway road passing through the cities of Hohhot, Ulanqab and Zhangjiakou reported in the news of the train that will be activated at the end of 2019 Beijing-Zhangjiakou distance between 9 hours 3 hours said it will reduce.

By the end of the 2019, all states except the Tibet region will have high-speed railways.

According to the information provided by the Chinese Railways, the 4 high-speed train moves daily and carries 4 million passengers per day.

The high-speed train that connects the cities of Beijing and Guangzhou has reduced the 2.300 mileage to 8 hours. The new Fuxing high-speed trains reach 350 km per hour and reach Beijing from Shanghai to 4 hours in 18.

By the 2020 it is planned to increase the length of high-speed railways across the country to 30 thousand km.


High-speed trains directly affect Beijing-Tianjin and Hebei regional development.
Wang Ye who lives in Beijing uses the C2205 high-speed train every morning to go to the factory that manufactures train tracks in Tianjin. It takes 24 minutes to reach work place. More than one 150 worker in the factory goes to work in the same way. Wang emphasized that it is possible to make interstate shifts by means of high-speed trains.

High-speed trains have a symbolic place in China's new economic structure, influencing society in every field.

By the end of 2017 high-speed trains carried 7 billion passengers in China. In 2016, the distribution of cargoes through high-speed trains began to be implemented in the pilot city of 500.

China's high-speed railways have also taken serious steps towards globalization. China, which first completed the high-speed railroad construction in Turkey in 2015, is one of Russia's Kazan signed an agreement with Russia for the construction of railways that will connect the cities of Moscow and Moscow. In October 2015, it signed a cooperation with Indonesia for the construction of high-speed railways that will connect the cities of Jakarta and Bandung.

In his research on China, Huang Yanghua noted that high-speed railways save time for people, develop regional economy, accelerate the flow of information and capabilities, and reshape the Chinese economic map.

Source: kronos1.news

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