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Its new year season here in China and in Nanjing, the upcoming Youth Olympics Game in July will present yet another opportunity for the Provincial Government on Jiangsu to market ...
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At first, work on the elevated road was expected to start in 2013 and end in 2015, but the latest development suggest it might take longer as the exact commencement ...
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has today commissioned the construction of a new Ksh55.5 billion (US$654 million) terminal at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, which is expected to upgrade it to world-class ...
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Photographic works by a Kenyan based photographer, Michael Khately shows the extent to the bypass into the Ngong Forest and Lang'ata area. The photographs taken from an aircraft detail the ...
A sample High-Speed Passenger ticket. QR Codes have been introduced as a security measure.
If need be that a high number of passengers are going to the same destination, 2 High-Speed Trains can be joined to form one unit.
The Wuhan Railway Station in Wuhan City can be accessed by all trains making it an important transportation hub for travellers.
The railway design used the ballast-less technology which ensures greater life and less stress on the rails. Strict regulations on scrap metal have seen railway tracks well protected.
For safety and security reasons, passengers are allowed on the platform only 10minutes before the train arrives.
Mordern stations like the Nanjing Railway Station have platforms for the High and Low Speed trains.
In remote areas of China, the Slow Speed train is used and passengers can connect to high speed trains in big cities. The Slow train can reach a maximum speed of 120km/h
In highly developed areas and un-even grounds, the railway line will be raised on supports.
The 3 Common Trains in China. L-R Slow Train(K-Train), High Speed Train(G-Train) and Fast Train(D-Train )
The High-Speed Trains cruise at speeds of 304km/h and will maintain this speed for the whole journey.
SAFETY: All passengers on the platform are required to stand behind the yellow safety line.
Passengers prepare to board the High-Speed Train
September 25, 2013 - 10:08 AM
Kenya Railways is racing to meet a tight deadline. The groundbreaking ceremony for a new railway line is just over a month away.Top on the agenda is the recruitment of ...
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Nanjing is the capital city of Jiangsu Province and lies to the east of China. It was previously the capital of China during the previous dynasties and as a result ...
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