China High-speed Railways
China Railways have undergone the sixth speed upgrade on 18 April 2007. The new EMU incorporates advanced technology, safety, reliability and comfort.
The planning of Beijing Metro, the first subway network in China, started in 1953, and construction began in 1965. The first line was completed in 1969 and subsequently began operations in 1971.
The Guangzhou Metro, which was opened on 28 June 1997, is China’s fourth subway network
Shenzhen is the fifth city in China to possess a subway network, after Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Guangzhou.
Shanghai Metro is the third subway network in China, and its first line began operations on 10 April 1995
Railways are an important national infrastructure in China, and also a very popular means of transportation.
Changchun Light Rail
The first phase of the Changchun Light Rail project was completed on 28 December 2001 and Changchun is the first and only city in China that is constructing a light rail transit network until today.
Alpine Bullet Train
The alpine EMU possesses snow buildup mitigation and high strength at very low and very high temperatures ranging from -40°C to 70°C. It is able to operate continuously under such conditions up to an altitude of 3600 meters at speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour.