China boasts nearly 8,400 km of high-speed rail in 2010

16:43, January 04, 2011      

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As of 2010, the operational length of China's high-speed railway reached 8,358 kilometers, and nearly 1,200 multi-unit trains are running daily, according to the national railway work conference held on Jan. 4.

Minister of Railways Liu Zhijun said at the national railway work conference that in 2011 the national high-speed rail will initially form a network with total track length expected to exceed 13,000 kilometers.

By People's Daily Online


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