Zhang Da High Speed Railway enters the final Test stage
Xinhua News Agency, Taiyuan, 18 Nov (Reporter Xu Xiong) the reporter learned from China Railway Taiyuan Bureau Group Co., Ltd., that the Zhangjiakou to Datong High Speed Railway (hereinafter referred to as Zhang Da High Speed Railway) has now begun to operate according to the plan. This procedure marks the beginning of the final trial stage of the Zhang Da high-speed railway before it is officially opened.
According to reports, the start of trial operation according to the diagram means that the previous joint transfer test work has been successfully completed, and the trial operation will be completed by EMU trains that do not carry passengers, and all work during this period will be carried out in accordance with the standards after the formal operation. Finally, the adaptability and stability of each system are tested and used as the basis for further improving the transportation organization scheme. According to the plan, the trial operation of the Zhang-Da high-speed railway is expected to end around December 19, when the Zhang-Da high-speed railway will be fully equipped with the operating conditions.
Zhang Da high-speed railway connects Datong in Shanxi Province and Zhangjiakou in Hebei Province in the west and Zhangjiakou in Hebei Province. It is a double-line passenger dedicated line with a total length of about 134.4 kilometers, with a total of three stations in Datong South, Yanggaonan and Tianzhen, with a design speed of 250km / h. The line passes through the Huaian station in Zhangjiakou into the Zhangxu high-speed railway and uses it to communicate with the Beijing-Zhang high-speed railway. It is expected that by the end of December, the Zhang-Da high-speed railway will be opened in parallel with the Beijing-Zhang and Zhang-Hu high-speed trains.
After the opening of the line, the train running time from Beijing to the tourist city of Datong will be reduced from the current 6 hours to more than 100 minutes, and from Datong to Zhangjiakou will be reduced from the current 2 hours and 30 minutes to about 1 hour. The new line will build a rapid passenger transport channel between Shanxi and Shaanxi connecting the western part of Inner Mongolia and northern Hebei, and provide important traffic support for improving the North China high-speed rail network and promoting regional cooperative development.