Cities across China including Beijing and Shanghai opened up new stations on their metro networks in December.
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By the time a third line is added in 2022, the network will have 55 stations and over 30 kilometres of track.
With the possibility for coronavirus to be contracted via aerosol transmission, it is essential for transport vehicles, such as trams, to take extra precautionary steps to minimise risk. Bertrand Laude, Managing Director for Shanghai Keolis, explains how the Keolis Chinese joint venture is doing just that.
In an effort to support the expansion of Shanghai’s public transportation network, driverless trains are being installed for Shanghai Metro Line 14.
In a bid to provide sustainable transportation to the people of Songjiang, Keolis is expanding its light rail operations.
High levels of traffic are a serious concern in China, and so any effort to encourage travellers to choose rail is welcomed by the government.
The initial section of the tram line covers the area of Shanghai that spans from Canghua Road station in the west to Zhongchen Road station in the east.
Winning the contract to transport approximately 170,000 passengers per day by tram is a huge success for Keolis’ Chinese joint venture.
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