CHINA Railway projects resume construction in central China's Hubei


Railway projects resume construction in central China's Hubei

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19:54, April 06, 2020

As the situation of epidemic prevention and control continues to improve in China, a number of railway projects in central China's Hubei province have resumed construction.


Xiantao station of Wuxian Intercity Railway

On March 30, more than 10 excavators, cranes and tower cranes were working in a tight and orderly manner at the construction site of Xiantao station of Wuxian intercity railway.


(Photos: Hubei Daily)

Wuhan Xiantao intercity railway is the fifth intercity railway in Hubei, with a total investment of 2.36 billion yuan and a designed speed of 200 kilometers per hour.

Huangmei section of Huang Huang High-speed Railway

On March 23, the construction of the high-speed railway from Huanggang city to Huangmei county started.


After the completion and opening of the Huang Huang High-speed Railway, it will take only 15 minutes from Wuhan to Huanggang and three hours to Hangzhou.

Hubei section of ZhengWan High-speed Railway

Recently, work resumed on the Huangjiagou tunnel, a control project of Zhengzhou-Wanzhou High-speed Railway in Hubei province.


The Hubei section of the Zhengzhou-Wanzhou High-speed Railway is an important high-speed passenger transport channel connecting central China and southwest China, with a total length of 287.2 km and a designed speed of 350 km per hour. 

Hubei section of An Jiu High-speed Railway

Recently, the Hubei section of Anjiu railway resumed construction. The main line of the railway is 198 kilometers long, of which the Hubei section is 51 kilometers, with three stations and a designed speed of 350 kilometers per hour. It is expected to be open to traffic in 2021.


(Compiled by Zhang Pei)

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