The Jiaozhou−Xinyi railway (simplified Chinese: 胶新铁路; traditional Chinese: 膠新鐵路; pinyin: Jiāoxīn Tiělù) is a north–south railway that connects the cities of Jiaozhou in Shandong Province and Xinyi in Jiangsu Province, China. The line is 306.6 kilometres (190.5 mi) long and was built from 2001 to 2003. Major towns and cities along route include Jiaozhou, Gaomi, Zhucheng, Wulian, Ju County, Tancheng and Linyi in Shandong and Xinyi in Jiangsu.
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