Ticketing and Reservation System

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The login screen of TRS v5.0.
The main screen of TRS v5.0. TRS v5.0 main screen.jpg
The main screen of TRS v5.0.

Ticketing and Reservation System (TRS, 铁路客票发售和预订系统) is software used for rail ticketing in China Railways. The first release was in 1996. As of December 2009, the version in use was 5.2. It was named SMART before (excluding) version 4.0.

Rail transport in China railway transport in the Peoples Republic of China

Rail transport is an important mode of long-distance transportation in the People's Republic of China. As of 2015, the country has 121,000 km (75,186 mi) of railways, the second longest network in the world. By the end of 2018, China had 29,000 kilometres of high-speed rail (HSR), the longest HSR network in the world.[4]

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