friday 12 june 2015 at 16h23
Guangzhou-Shenzhen high-speed railways is an important part of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hongkong high-speed railway, starting from Guangzhou south station and finally to the Shenzhen north station, with the total length of 104.6km, and the total investment pf 16.7 billions. Guangzhou-Shenzhen high-speed railway all adopted the latest independent researched and developed CRTS ? type plate track without stones etc. in order to ensure this high grade double-track electrified railway design speed target value for the offline part of 350 kilometers per hour, and the online part of more than 250 kilometers per hour, and the operating time for about 30 minutes. Along the way there will be five stations: Guangzhou south, Dongyong station, Humen station, Guangming station, Shenzhen north station and Futian station.
friday 12 june 2015 at 15h56
China Train Ticket Types can be divided into the following types:
thursday 11 june 2015 at 16h26
Among all the trains in China, the high speed train/CRH have developed and commonly seen in big cities such as Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Wuhan, Hangzhou etc. for the high speed trains, it is normally divided into three types: G trains, C trains and D trains, whose running time are almost a half shorter than that of the normal trains and the running speed nearly twice faster than the normal trains at a speed of up to 250KM/H.
thursday 11 june 2015 at 16h11
China's domestic trains can be divided into different species according to the train speed. Trains numbers generally start with letter on behalf of the types of the trains. For example, the Z23 means the Direct Express, and D319 means the Electric Multiple Units or you can say the CRH rains. High-speed trains and Intercity EMU and CRH train are modern trains, and are currently the best type of trains in domestic China. For the operational speed, most of the trains are of up to 200-300 km/h during the daytime, some high-speed trains and CRH trains are running at the speed of up to 200 km/h at night. The main trains in China can be divided as follows: