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10-06-2012 12:27 BJT Special Report:2012 National Day Holiday |

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China’s Tourism Academy is predicting that over 363 million people will have hit the road during the holiday. By Friday, 79 million passengers were estimated to have used the railways -- that’s up about 8 percent over last year. Waterways have shipped around 2 million, an increase of about 17 percent on last year. Full story >>

As people start their journeys home, once again, extremely high traffic volumes are expected on China’s Expressways. We have reporters standing by at two of China’s biggest roads -- Lin Nan is at the Baige stretch of the Beijing-Tibet expressway and Hu Chao is at the Doudian stretch of the Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao Expressway.

Q1: Hello, Lin Nan. Tell us the significance of the expressway you’re standing on and how is the traffic rolling where you are?

Q2. And Hu Chao the Beijing-HK-Macau expressway links the capital with many cities and famous scenic spots across China. Tell us how important this road is for the travellers. And how is the situation where you are?



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