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Shijiazhuang–Jinan High-Speed Railway

Qingdao–Taiyuan
High-Speed Railway
Shijiazhuang–Jinan Section
青太高速铁路石济段
Overview
Type CRH
Locale China
Operation
Owner China Railway
Operator(s) China Railway High-speed
Technical
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

The Shijiazhuang–Jinan Passenger, abbreviated Shiji Passenger Railway' (simplified Chinese: 石济客运专线; traditional Chinese: 石濟客運專線) is a proposed high-speed railway in China. When (and if) constructed, it will allow trains to run between Shijiazhuang-Jinan at 250 km/h.

In late January 2013, it was announced that construction work on the Shijiazhuang–Jinan Passenger Railway would begin "soon", and will take 4 years.[1]

History

  1. ^ 石家庄至济南客运专线将于近期开工建设, 2013-01-31


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