China high-speed railways become world’s longest network

Guest Writer

China’s operational high-speed railways have exceeded 3,300km, leading the world in terms of length, Xinhua has reported the country’s Ministry of Railways as saying. Last year China finished two high-speed railways between Wuhan-Guangzhou and Zhengzhou-Xi’an, adding to lines linking Beijing-Tianjin, Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan, Qingdao-Jinan, Hefei-Wuhan and Hefei-Nanjing. The 1,318km Beijing-Shanghai line is under construction.

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