Chengdu to run 1,000 cargo trains to Europe in 20172017-02-21
Southwestern China's city of Chengdu is expected to run 1,000 cargo trains to Europe in 2017, more than double the number last year, the Chengdu International Railway Services Company said Monday.
Slow green trains still popular in rural areas2017-02-20
At around 7 a.m., Yang Shishi pulled up to his township station, dragging a cart heavy with 50 kg of Chinese chives. He has come to this same station for almost two decades, so that he can catch one of the green-colored train into the city.
China to start construction on 35 railway projects: report2017-02-20
It is full steam ahead for China's railway sector as construction on 35 new railway projects will start in 2017 as the country plans to expand the network, according to a recent report in Xinhua-run Economic Information Daily.
Tianjin port applies brakes to coal truck transport2017-02-16
Tianjin port, one of the country's busiest, will apply the brakes to coal transportation by trucks from the second half of this year, to alleviate pollution caused by diesel-powered trucks and coal consumption, its mayor said.
More trains run to tackle post-holiday travel rush2017-02-13
Chinese railway authorities have launched additional trains to tackle the rush of college students and migrant workers heading back to school and work at the end of the Spring Festival break.
Shipping industry being buoyed by China data2017-02-10
The international shipping sector is banking on forecasts that predict growth in the China-led trade of commodities to create an increasingly integrated global infrastructure for services.
China-Europe land-sea fast transport route opens2017-02-08
The first two trains carrying Chinese cargo containers, launched by China COSCO Shipping Group, arrived in the Hungarian capital, the Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office of the Chinese Embassy in Hungary said Tuesday.
China-Russia rail bridge on right track2017-02-07
The construction of a cross-border rail bridge between China and Russia has moved a step closer to completion because the project's funding gap has been covered, government officials said on Monday.
China sees faster trains ahead2017-02-07
China is expected to supply next-generation bullet trains capable of traveling at 400 km per hour for Russia's Moscow-Kazan line by 2020, which could enhance the country's position as the world's leader in high-speed rail products and services
Xinjiang to invest huge amount for highway network2017-01-18
The Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region will inject record funding into building new roads this year so it can better serve as China's trade hub linking countries along the Silk Road Economic Belt.