Harbin–Jiamusi intercity railway
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|Harbin–Jiamusi intercity railway|
|Opened||September 30, 2018|
|Operator(s)||China Railway High-speed|
|Line length||353 km (219 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|Operating speed||250 km/h (155 mph)|
Harbin–Jiamusi intercity railway is a high-speed railway with in Heilongjiang province of China, connecting the capital Harbin to Jiamusi. It has a total length of 343 km and it is being built as a 200 kilometres per hour, double tracked electrified express railway. With an expected journey time of two and a half hours from Harbin to Jiamusi. Total cost of the project is budgeted to be 34.714 billion yuan. The project started construction on June 30, 2014, and opened to traffic by September 30, 2018.
This railway starts from Harbin, approaches Binxi, Fangzheng, Yilan and finally to the Jiamusi. The line has a length of 343 km, of which, 6.2 kilometers is renovated existing railway and 336.8 kilometers of newly built railway. The stations along the route are Harbin Railway Station, Zhaoantun, Binxi North, Binxi East, Binzhou, Binan, Shenglizhen, Rixingtun, Shuanglonghu, Fangzheng, Demoli, Gaoleng, Dalianhe, Yilan, Hongkeli, Xinghua, Jiamusi West and Jiamusi.
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