• China Railways launches a new high-speed railway loop, fostering connectivity in the East Asia region.
  • High-speed railway rail lines run with a design speed of 380 km/h
  • China has built the world’s longest and most extensively used high-speed rail (HSR) network
  • High-speed railway rail lines run with a design speed of 380 km/h

By: Muhammad Arif

Shanghai: China Railways launches a new high-speed railway loop linking Shanghai with the provinces of Zhejiang, Jiangsu and Anhui, fostering connecting in the East Asia region.

Spanning more than 1,200 kilometers, the new railway line will start from Shanghai Railway Station in the heart of the city and then connect with key urban centers including Suzhou, Nanjing, Hangzhou and Huangshan Mountain before returning to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station.

The loop line, served by bullet train G8388, will depart from Shanghai, encompassing 21 stations and traverses several popular tourist cities in the Yangtze River Delta Region.

The loop links up with seven high-speed railways in the region. It will also connect remote towns with major cities, stated China Railway Shanghai Group, the operator of the loop line.

Also, the loop line integrates with seven high-speed railway lines in the region, providing easy access to nearly every corner of the Yangtze River Delta.

The adjusted schedule aims to facilitate seamless travel and tourism experiences in the Yangtze River Delta Region and enhance travel options to Hong Kong from Beijing and Shanghai.

China railways has introduced swifter high-speed trains connecting Beijing with South China’s Guangdong province, a global trade center, and neighboring Hong Kong, financial hub of Asia.

Travelers looking for specific train schedules, please refer to railway station announcements, the China Railway Customer Service Center, and the 12306 website for the most up-to-date information.

China has built the world’s longest and most extensively used high-speed rail (HSR) network, with a total length of 45,000 kilometres (28,000 mi) by the end of 2023. The HSR network’s newly built rail lines run with a design speed of 200–380 km/h (120–240 mph).

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