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China High Speed Trains in Operation

•C Train
The C Train at present only refers to the High-speed express passenger train running between Beijing and Tianjin designed with the highest speed of 350 km. This Beijing-Tianjin bullet train features cleanness, low noise, elegant-looking and speed. Now C typle train is the fastest of this kind in operation around the world.


•D and G Train
D and G Train refers to "China Railway High-speed (CRH)". The D or G train is the most modern and advanced train in China at present, feartured with high-speed reaching 200-350km per hour. The trains have different class of seats, varying from Business Class, Superior Class, First class and Second class seat. All are clean and comfortable, and the interior of the train is quite different from the other trains. All the seats face the same way. There is a screen that shows how fast the train is going.

•Seats on High-Speed Trains
Seats are divided into first-class, second-class, business-class, vip-class, and sightseeing seats.

•Facilities
Facilities on these highballs bring much convenience for passengers. It is possible for passengers to use power points and Wi-Fi. In addition, dining, left-luggage and toilets are all available.

China High Speed Rail Route

 

Line

Open Date

Length (km)

Speed (km/h)

Four North-South High-speed Rail Lines

Beijing-Shanghai (Jinghu) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

1318

 

Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway(Jinghu Line)

2011/06/30

1318

300

Hefei-Bengbu (Hebeng) Line

2012/10/16

131

350

Beijing-Hong Kong (Jinggang) Passenger Transport Special Line
(Beijing-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway in operation since 2012)

 

2360

 

Beijing-Shijiazhuang (Jingshi) Line

2012/12/26

281

350

Shijiazhuang-Wuhan (Shiwu) Line

2012/12/26

841

350

Wuhan-Guangzhou (Wuguang) Line

2009/12/26

1069

300

Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Railway
(Guangshengang Line)

Guangzhou – Shenzhen: 2011/12/26;
Shenzhen – Kowloon: 2015

142

350;
Shenzhen – Kowloon: 200

Beijing-Harbin (Jingha) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

1700

 

Beijing-Shenyang (Jingshen) Line

2014

709

350

Harbin-Dalian (Hada) Line

2012/12/01

921

300

Panjin-Yingkou (Panying) Line

2013/09/12

89

350

Hangzhou-Fuzhou-Shenzhen (Hangfushen) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

1450

 

Hangzhou-Ningbo (Hangyong) Line

2013/07/01

150

350

Ningbo-Taizhou-Wenzhou (Yongtaiwen) Line

2009/09/28

268

200

Wenzhou-Fuzhou (Wenfu) Line

2009/06/30

298

200

Fuzhou-Xiamen (Fuxia) Line

2010/04/26

273

250

Xiamen-Shenzhen (Xiashen) Line

2013/12/28

502

200

Four East-West High-speed Rail Lines

Xuzhou-Lanzhou (Xulan) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

1400

 

Zhengzhou-Xuzhou (Zhengxu) Line

2016

361

350

Zhengzhou-Xian (Zhengxi) Line

2010/02/06

505

300

Xian-Baoji (Xibao) Line

2013/12/28

138

250

Baoji-Lanzhou (Baolan) Line

2017

403

250

Shanghai-Kunming (Hukun) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

2264

 

Shanghai-Hangzhou (Huhang) Intercity Line

2010/10/26

159

300

Hangzhou-Changsha (Hangchang) Line

2014

927

350

Changsha-Kunming (Changkun) Line

2016

1175

350

Qingdao-Taiyuan (Qingtai) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

770

 

Qingdao-Jinan (Jiaoji) Line

2008/12/20

362

250

Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan (Shitai) Line

2009/04/01

225

250

Shijiazhuang-Jinan (Shiji) Line

2015/12

319

250

Shanghai-Wuhan-Chengdu (Huhanrong) Passenger Transport Special Line

 

2078

 

Shanghai-Nanjing (Huning) Line

2010/07/01

301

300

Hefei-Nanjing (Hening) Line

2008/04/18

166

250

Hefei-Wuhan (Hewu) Line

2009/04/01

359

250

Wuhan-Yichang (Hanyi) Line

2012/07/01

291

200

Yichang-Wanzhou (Yiwan) Line

2010/12/22

377

160

Chongqing-Lichuan (Yuli) Line

2013/12/28

264

200

Suining-Chongqing (Suiyu) Line

2012

131

200

Dazhou-Chengdu (Dacheng) Line

2009/07/07

374

160

 

Intercity High-Speed Trains

 

Line

Open Date

Length (km)

Designed Speed (km/h)

Qinhuangdao-Shenyang (Qinshen)

2003/10/12

404

200

Beijing-Tianjin (Jingjin)

2008/08/01

119

350

Chengdu-Dujiangyan (Chengguan)

2010/05/10

68

200

Nanchang-Jiujiang (Changjiu)

2010/09/20

135

250

Changchun-Jilin (Changji)

2011/01/11

108

250

Hainan Eastern Ring Railway

2010/12/30

308

250

Guangzhou-Zhuhai (Guangzhu)

2012/12/31

117

200

Guangzhou-Shenzhen (Guangshen)

2011/12/26

116

350

Shanghai-Nanjing (Huning)

2010/07/01

301

350

Nanjing-Hangzhou (Ninghang)

2013/07/01

249

350

Tianjin-Qinhuangdao (Jinqin)

2013/12/01

261

300


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