Top Class station

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Top Class station is an administrative level given to stations by the Ministry of Railways of the People's Republic of China.

Ministry of Railways (China) government ministry in the People’s Republic of China

The Ministry of Railways (MOR) is a defunct ministry under the State Council of the People's Republic of China. The last minister was Sheng Guangzu.


Qualification Process

According to the PRC Regulations on Railway Technical Management, freight, marshalling or passenger rail stations would qualify as the top class if any of the following condition is true:

In addition, for a station that has multiple roles, it would qualify as the top class if two of the following condition are true:

To be classified as top class, a station needs to be nominated by its administrating railway bureau and got approval from the Ministry of Railways.

As of December 2008, there are 52 top class stations under the administration of Ministry of Railways.

List of top class stations

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