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CRC – Yangtze River Delta Intercity Rail Transit – China - Project Profile

  • Published Date: 11 Apr 2018
  • Number of Pages: 7
  • Category: Construction
  • Country: China

Synopsis


"CRC Yangtze River Delta Intercity Rail Transit China - Project Profile" contains information on the scope of the project including project overview and location. The profile also details project ownership and funding, gives a full project description, as well as information on contracts, tendering and key project contacts.

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Summary


China Railway Corporation (CRC) is undertaking the construction of Yangtze River Delta Intercity Rail Transit project across Shanghai in China.

The inter-city rail transit network involves the construction of 815km railway line with Shanghai serving as the center and Shanghai - Ningbo and Shanghai - Hangzhou as two wings. In March 2005, the State council had examined and approved the project.

The networks will be constructed in the stages on the basis of integrated planning.

The Nanjing - Zhenjiang - Wuxi - Suzhou - Shanghai routes covers 295km rail transit network and

Shanghai - Hangzhou route covers 160km rail transit network. Both of these projects covering a total of 455km of new rail transit were completed in 2010.

There are 32 stations along the whole line, which begins at Shanghai Station, passes through Suzhou, Wuxi, Changzhou and Zhenjiang and ends in Nanjing. Stations include South Kunshan and Huaqiao, two stations in Kunshan city, Zhejiang province.

The Hangzhou - Ningbo route will cover 158km rail transit network, Changzhou - Jiangyin - Changshu - Suzhou route will cover 124km rail transit network and Suzhou - Jiaxing route will cover 78km rail transit network by 2020.

Construction work on the Hangzhou-Ningbo line is completed. In July 2007, China Railway Group Limited appointed as the contractor for this line.

Construction works are ongoing on the other lines.

Scope


The Yangtze River Delta Intercity Rail Transit project involves the construction of a total of 815km new rail transit across Shanghai in China.

The US$11,400 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of 295 km of rail transit between Nanjing and Shanghai

2. Construction of 160 km of rail transit between Shanghai and Hangzhou

3. Construction of 158 km of rail transit between Hangzhou and Ningbo

4. Construction of 124 km of rail transit between Changzhou and Suzhou

5. Construction of 78 km of rail transit between Suzhou and Jiaxing

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