China's first cross-sea high-speed railway under static check
China's first cross-sea high-speed railway, the Fuzhou-iamen-Zhangzhou High-speed Railway, performed static acceptance tests in southeast China's Fujian Province on February 3. With three cross-sea bridges, the 277-kilometer railway links Fujian's capital city Fuzhou with the historical city of Zhangzhou. It is expected to slash the travel time between the two cities to just one hour with a designed speed of 350 kilometers per hour.
I live in the United States and if it were not for CGT.... I would never hear this kind of impressive news about China.
Did you hear about all the tofu projects in Africa showing cracks within four years?
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Wow. First high speed rail crossing sea-bridges. This is a test of technology. Wish China all the best and great success.
And in UK we can't even buld 124 miles of track in 35 years, we have managed 42 miles in that time
UK need to stop comparing themselves in world stage they are not there anymore
the irish sea is very rough
China is simply Magic !!!!
Have you seen my countrys railway? I'm from India and this is was used in india 50 years ago. Today we are more advanced, this is nothing new.
Jiayou china technologies every technologies progress is good for china
Salute to those engineers
Well done China!
Fujian has a hilly terrain, guess that's why. I don't even aware this is coming although I live not far from it.
This is the 2nd HSR link between Fuzhou and iamen, older one is too busy running at 200km/hr need more capacity.
quantum rail line to taipei
Its brilliant work by Chinese Engineers
That's a commendable achievement. Also, make sure that the current railway network is compatible as much as possible with the upcoming Maglev as to better integrate it and cut some of the cost
Well done. Spending money to improve people live is what government must do. Waging wars even if you win only destroy and create misery including for your own people.
Gongx China. Again another success big mega project
I love China ....
and yet we see america's bridges crumbling before our very eyes
Well done, global south has a lot to learn from China to be trully independent.