First Overseas High Speed ​​Rail Track Laid In China

The First Overseas High-Speed ​​Railroad in Cinde Ships Railroad
First Overseas High Speed ​​Rail Track Laid In China

Work on laying the tracks of China's first overseas high-speed railroad was completed on Tuesday morning, 30 August, in Fujian, the country's eastern province. The 277-kilometer railway connects Fuzhou, the capital of Fujian province, with the port city of Xiamen. The high-speed train is expected to have a design speed of 350 kilometers per hour and reduce travel time between the two cities to one hour, with eight stations on the route.

Builders had to overcome many problems during the construction process. To deal with the very complex problems arising from the seawater environment, among these, the latest and modern track laying methods have been applied to support the rail laying operations. China Railway Nanchang Group Co., Ltd. In this process, an average of 6 kilometers of rails were laid per day, as reported by It is expected that the entire project will be completed and operational in 2023.

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