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China's high-speed railways to adopt new run chart

08-22-2011 09:10 BJT

A bullet train departs from Nanjing South Railway Station in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011. High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules. (Xinhua/Wang Xin)

 

Passengers buy tickets through automated ticket vending machines at Nanjing South Railway Station in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011. High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules. (Xinhua/Wang Xin)

 

Passengers are about to get aboard as a bullet train
pulls into a platform at Nanjing South Railway Station
in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011.
High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart
as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds
and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-
speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai
intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules.
(Xinhua/Wang Xin)

 

Passengers walk to board a bullet train at Shanghai Railway Station in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011. High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules. (Xinhua/Niu Yixin)

 

Passengers are silhouetted in the lobby of Nanjing South Railway Station in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011. High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules. (Xinhua/Wang Xin)

 

A ticket collector stands at a boarding gate in the lobby of Nanjing South Railway Station in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu Province, Aug. 21, 2011. High-speed rail lines in China will adopt a new run chart as from Aug. 28, 2011, with slower operational speeds and cheaper train tickets. Beijing-Tianjin intercity high-speed railway, Hainan east ring line and Guangzhou-Zhuhai intercity rail have already shifted to new schedules. (Xinhua/Wang Xin)

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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