The Qingdao–Jinan railway or Jiaoji railway (simplified Chinese: 胶济铁路; traditional Chinese: 膠濟鐵路; pinyin: Jiāojì Tiělù, formerly the Shantung railway) is a railway in Shandong Province, China. The railway is 393 km in length and connects Qingdao, on the Jiaozhou Bay, and Jinan, the provincial capital of Shandong. Adolph von Hansemann and other German financiers funded construction of the railway, then known as Schantung Eisenbahn Gesellschaft, which began September 23, 1899, and was completed in 1904. Since the quadruple tracking of this corridor with the opening of the parallel Qingdao–Jinan passenger railway the line is mostly used for freight with some conventional passenger services.
- Jinan: Beijing–Shanghai railway, Handan–Jinan railway
- Zibo: Zibo–Dongying railway
- Lancun: Lancun–Yantai railway
- Jiaozhou: Jiaozhou–Xinyi railway
- 斯, 李. "1904年06月01日 胶济铁路通车". www.todayonhistory.com. Retrieved 1 September 2014.
- Qingdao–Jinan high-speed railway – a new under construction parallel high-speed railway running north of the Qingdao–Jinan railway.
- Qingdao–Jinan passenger railway – a new high-speed railway running alongside the Qingdao–Jinan railway.
- List of railways in China
- Rail transport in the People's Republic of China
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