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Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway

 

Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway

Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway
广佛肇城际轨道交通
Overview
Type High-speed rail
Status Under Construction
Locale People's Republic of China
Termini Wanghong
Guangzhou South
Stations 11
Operation
Operator(s) China Railway High-speed
Technical
Line length 112.9 km (70 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification 50Hz 25,000V
Operating speed 200 km/h (124 mph)
Foshan-Dongguan ICR route map
广佛肇城际轨道交通
 
Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong XRL
to Shenzhen North
 
Guangzhou South
 
Wuhan–Guangzhou HSR
to Guangzhou North
 
 
Guangzhou–Sanshui Railway
to Guangzhou
 
Maintenance Depot
 
Guangzhou–Sanshui Railway
to Foshan
 
Foshan West[1]
 
Guang Link Railway
 
 
Guiyang–Guangzhou HSR & Nanning-Guangzhou HSR
to Zhaoqing East
 
Shishan
Guangzhou–Zhuhai Railway (Freight Only)[2]
Shishan Industrial Park
Sanshui
 
Guangzhou–Maoming Railway
to Foshan
 
 
Guangzhou–Maoming Railway
to Zhaoqing
 
Yundonghai
Bei River[2]
Dawang
Sihui
 
Guiyang–Guangzhou HSR & Nanning-Guangzhou HSR
to Foshan West
 [2]
Zhaoqing East
 
Guiyang–Guangzhou HSR & Nanning-Guangzhou HSR
to Guiyang North & Nanning
 [2]
Dinghu
Ling Mountain Tunnel2203m[3]
Dachong
 
Guangzhou–Maoming Railway
to Foshan
 
Zhaoqing
 
Guangzhou–Maoming Railway
to Maoming
 

Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway, also known as GuangZhao Intercity Railway or Foshan-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway, is a high-speed railway being constructed within Guangdong province, China. It will connect the provincial capital of Guangzhou with Zhaoqing, via Foshan. It will also form part of the Pearl River Delta Rapid Transit network.

Contents

  • Overview 1
  • History 2
  • Stations 3
    • Guangzhou 3.1
    • Foshan 3.2
    • Zhaoqing 3.3
  • References 4

Overview

It will have a total length of 112.9km, with a new constructed track length of 86.82 kilometres, starting from Foshan West Railway Station, travelling west through Shishan Town in Nanhai District, across Shishan Industrial Park, over the Guangzhou-Zhuhai Railway and entering Sanshui District. A bridge crosses the Bei River pushing through the Zhaoqing High-tech Industrial Development Zone. The line bends to the southwest, across Suijiang, overpasses the Guangzhou-Maoming Railway & 321 State Road, passing Dinghu District before punching in to Zhaoqing. [4][5] The total number of stations on this line will be 11, 7 of which are elevated stations, 1 underground station and 3 ground level stations. Connections will exist between this line and the Guiyang–Guangzhou High-Speed Railway and the Nanning-Guangzhou High-speed Railway. An extension to Guangzhou South Railway Station is under construction and will complete this project as well as forming part of the Foshan-Dongguan Intercity Railway and the Guangzhou Circle Intercity Railways. Designed operational speed will be for a maximum of 200Kph. [6]

History

  • September 29, 2009: Foshan segment started.[7]
  • June 18, 2010: Sanshui segment started.[8]
  • April 20, 2011: Planned terminus tentatively set at Dachong Railway Station.[9]
  • March 8, 2012: Original "Foshan-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway" plan renamed "Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Intercity Railway, extending access to Guangzhou South Railway Station.[10]
  • July 2012: Planning extends the terminus to Zhaoqing Railway Station, with route determined by September.[11][12]
  • December 18, 2012: Dachong elevated viaduct construction started.[13]
  • March 16, 2013: Announcement of Guangzhou - Foshan segment started. [14]

Stations

Guangzhou

  • Guangzhou South Railway Station, O km. [14] Transfer Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR, Nanning-Guangzhou HSR, Wuhan-Guangzhou HSR, Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong XRL, Guangzhou-Zhuhai ICR

Foshan

  • Foshan West Railway Station, 30.6 km, [3] elevated station. Transfer Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR, Nanning-Guangzhou HSR [1]
  • Shishan Railway Station, 38.5 km, elevated station. [3]
  • Shishan Industrial Park station, ground station. [3]
  • Sanshui station, 49.5 km, elevated station. [3]
  • Yundonghai station, 54.4 km, ground station. [3]

Zhaoqing

  • Dawang station, 54.0 km, elevated station. [3]
  • Sihui station, 74.82 km, ground station. [3]
  • Zhaoqing East Railway Station, 88.4 km, elevated station. [3] Transfer Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR, Nanning-Guangzhou HSR, Liu Chao-rail
  • Dinghu station, 98.15 km, elevated station. [3]
  • Dachong station, 108.25 km, elevated station. [3]
  • Zhaoqing Railway Station, 112.9 km, elevated station. [3] Transfer Guangzhou-Maoming Railway

References

  1. ^ a b [3]《新建铁路广州枢纽佛山西站及相关工程环境影响报告书(简本)》. 中铁第四勘察设计院集团有限公司. 2012年08月
  2. ^ a b c d 《广州铁路枢纽总平面布置示意图》
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l [4]《珠江三角洲城际轨道交通广肇项目佛肇段项目环境影响报告书(简本)》. 环境保护部南京环境科学研究所. 2009年07月
  4. ^ 广佛肇城际或10月开工 全程拟设10个车站. 2009年7月1日
  5. ^ 广佛肇城轨力争明年建成通车. 2012年03月21日
  6. ^ 记者深入18米地下探营广佛肇城轨施工现场. 2012年10月12日
  7. ^ 广佛肇轻轨佛山段今天动工_佛山电视台新闻中心. 2009年9月29日
  8. ^ 佛肇城際軌道三水段動 2013年建成通車. 2010月6月18日
  9. ^ 广佛肇城际轨道终点暂定大冲. 2011年4月20日
  10. ^ “佛肇城轨”更名“广佛肇城轨”. 2012年3月8日
  11. ^ 广佛肇城轨规划或有新变化 西部终点站延至肇庆火车站. 2012年7月31日
  12. ^ 广佛肇城轨城区段设端州(大冲)及肇庆(火车站)两个站. 2012年09月04日
  13. ^ 广佛肇城际轨道大冲特大桥动工. 2012年12月18日
  14. ^ a b 广佛肇城轨站点确定 未来将连接广州南站. 2013-03-16
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