The Tianjin–Shanhaiguan railway or Jinshan railway is a railway line in China between Tianjin and Shanhaiguan. The line is 303 km long and starts serves Tianjin, Tanggu, Tangshan, Qinhuangdao and Shanhaiguan railway stations. The railway was originally part of the Beijing–Harbin railway but was renamed when the Beijing–Harbin railway was merged with the Beijing–Qinhuangdao railway.
The Beijing–Harbin Expressway, designated as G1 and commonly abbreviated as Jingha Expressway (京哈高速) is an expressway linking the cities of Beijing and Harbin, Heilongjiang.
The Beijing–Harbin railway, named the Jingha Railway, is the railway that connects Beijing with Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang Province. It spans 1,249 km (776 mi). It is a very prominent route in the provinces of northeastern China.
Transport in Tianjin consists of an extensive network of roads and railways and a major airport. Bicycle is a major means of transport in daily use of the city.
Qinhuangdao-Shenyang passenger railway or Qinshen railway is a passenger-dedicated high-speed railway between Qinhuangdao, Hebei and Shenyang, Liaoning spanning a distance of 404 km (251 mi). Construction started on August 16, 1999. Opened on October 12, 2003, it is the first newly built high-speed railway in China, costing CN¥15.7 billion. It is an electrified dual-track railway designed for a top speed of 200 km/h (120 mph). By 2007 its top speed was increased to 250 km/h (160 mph). In 2002, high-speed train China Star achieved a top speed of 321 km/h (199 mph) on Qinshen railway, setting a record for Chinese train speed.
Urban rail transit in the People's Republic of China encompasses a broad range of urban and suburban electric passenger rail mass transit systems including subway, light rail, tram and maglev. Some classifications also include non-rail bus rapid transport. By the end of 2016, there were 30 metro systems in Mainland China with a total combined length of 3,586 km (2,228 mi). Today China boasts the world's longest, second-longest and third-longest metro systems. Eight of the world's 15 longest metro systems are in China. Although the Shanghai Metro only started operating in 1993, it is now the world's longest subway system. Half of the top ten busiest metro systems in the world are in China. As of January 2016, 39 cities have metro systems approved according to the National Development and Reform Commission. China plans to spend 4.7 trillion yuan on transport infrastructure in the three years following 2016. As of early 2017, China has 5,636.5 km (3,502.4 mi) of under-construction rail transit lines.
Line 9 of the Beijing Subway is a rapid transit line in western Beijing. The line runs 16.5 km (10.3 mi) from the National Library in Haidian District to Guogongzhuang in Fengtai District with 13 stations. All stations are fully underground. Line 9's color ischartreuse.
Line 9 is a rapid transit line of the Tianjin Metro. It spans 52.8 km with 21 stations, connecting the urban area of Tianjin with Binhai New Area, a new area within the jurisdiction of Tianjin Municipality. The one-way journey time is approximately one hour.
The Beijing–Harbin high-speed railway is a partly operational high-speed railway corridor, announced in 2008 as part of the "Four Verticals and Four Horizontals" master railway network plan. It is part of the CRH's system of passenger dedicated lines, connecting Xinghuo railway station in Beijing and Harbin railway station in Harbin.
The Shijiazhuang–Jinan passenger railway, abbreviated Shiji passenger railway is a high-speed railway operated by China Railway High-speed, running between Shijiazhuang and Jinan, the provincial capitals of Hebei and Shandong, respectively. The line will additionally pass through and serve cities of Hengshui, Cangzhou and Dezhou. Traditionally, passengers travelling east from Shijiazhuang towards Shandong would need to detour towards Beijing or Tianjin. Its completion allowed trains to run directly between Shijiazhuang and Jinan at 250 km/h (160 mph), shortening travel times between the two cities from the previous 4 hours to 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Datong–Xi'an high-speed railway line or Daxi HSR is a dual-track, electrified, high-speed rail line, under construction in central China between Datong and Xi'an. It will run 859 km through Shanxi and Shaanxi Province and will accommodate trains traveling at speeds up to 250 km/h. Travel time between the two terminal cities will be reduced from 16.5 hours to about three hours. Construction began in late 2009 and is expected to cost ¥96.3 billion. The line was scheduled to be completed by 2013 or 2014.
Beijing–Shenyang high-speed railway is a high-speed rail line of the China Railway High-speed between Beijing and Shenyang, the capital of Liaoning province. The line is 705 km (438 mi). Construction was supposed to have started in 2010 with the project to be completed in 2012 but was delayed repeatedly until March 2014.
The Beijing–Qinhuangdao railway, also known as the Jingqin Line is a branch railway which connects the capital of China, Beijing, with the coastal city of Qinhuangdao. The railway spans a total of 294 kilometres (183 mi) and has a total of nine stations in Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei Province.
The Beijing–Shanhaiguan railway, named the Jingshan Railway or the Jingyu Railway, is a branch railway that runs from the capital city of Beijing to the Shanhaiguan District of Qinhuangdao via Tianjin. It contains a total of 22 stations.
Tianjin–Qinhuangdao high-speed railway is a high-speed railway linking Tianjin and Qinhuangdao, Hebei. This railway is part of the Coastal Passageway line of the National high-speed rail grid. It links up Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway and Harbin–Dalian high-speed railway. The line opened on December 1, 2013.
The Shenyang–Dandong intercity railway, also known as the Shendan intercity railway or Shenyang–Dandong passenger railway, is a China Railway High-speed line within Liaoning province, connecting the cities of Shenyang and Dandong. The railway has been built to a design speed of 250 km/h (160 mph), consisting of double track electrified railway. The first public trains on the line started operating September 1, 2015.
Harbin–Mudanjiang intercity railway is a high-speed railway in Heilongjiang Province, China, between the cities Harbin and Mudanjiang. It is a Passenger Dedicated Line (PDL), with a design speed of 250 km/h and a total length 293.2 km. Starting in Harbin, it leads east to Acheng, into mountains at Maoershan, to Shangzhi, again through the mountains to the southeast, Weihe, Yabuli, Hengdaohezi, Hailin and on to the end at Mudanjiang station. Future proposals for this line could see it extended across the border into Russia and the Russian port city of Vladivostok.
The K53/54 Beijing-Shenyang Through Train is a train service running between Beijing and Shenyang, the capital of Liaoning province. It is operated by China Railway Shenyang Group using 25G sleeper carriages. The 727 km journey takes the train on the Beijing-Harbin Railway, Tianjin-Shanhaiguan Railway and Shenyang-Shanhaiguan Railway. The train from Beijing to Shenyang is numbered K53, with a journey time of around 9 hours, while the train in the opposite direction is numbered K54, with a journey time of about 9 hours and 30 minutes.
The Suifenhe–Manzhouli passageway is a high-speed rail corridor located in the northeast of China running from Suifenhe in Heilongjiang to Manzhouli in Inner Mongolia. Announced as part of the "eight vertical and eight horizontal" high-speed railway network, the passage passes through Harbin and Qiqihar.