China initiated the first high speed railway Beijing-Tianjin Intercity Railway on August 1st, 2008. Since then, high speed railways have been developing rapidly in the country. By the end of year 2016, China has successfully built the world's largest high speed railway network with an operating mileage of more than 22,000 kilometers which covers 29 provinces, autonomous regions and province level municipalities. Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region will have high speed railway of its own in 2018 and Tibet will then be the only provincial level region in Mainland China that is not reachable by the high speed railway. In the first stage, high speed railways were built among megacities and economic centers such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen. It was then moved to second tier cities such as Hangzhou, Suzhou, Nanjing, Xian, Tianjin, Chengdu, Chongqing. With more high speed railways putting into operation, it is extending feelers to more remote places and the high speed train has been the first option to many travelers for its wide connectivity. Yiwu, Zhongshan, Dongguan, Zhuhai, Wuxi, Kunshan, Qingdao, Huangshan, Dalian, Harbin, Datong, Pingyao Ancient City, Guilin, Yangshuo, Huangguoshu, Puzhehei have already been connected by the high speed railways and the authority is building it to Zhangjiajie, Wulingyuan, Jiuzhaigou and many more places. No matter you come China for business or travel, you can always use the high speed train...
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Many international travelers are searching online to find an English map for China' high speed railways and getting no results. One big reason is that the high speed railway network updates too frequently and nobody can publish it for huge amount of maintenance work as the publisher will have to add new lines regularly to the map to make it represents the latest situation. Now, with the help of people from Shanghai Railway Administration, China Train Guide.Com is able to provide you with the best map for China's high speed bullet trains. It's a big map providing sufficient information in jpg form, with clear station names and railway lines marked.
☝ The bullet train route map provided by China Train Guide.Com is highly rated by worldwide users. You can't use it now as map text on the web page is too small to read. Instead, you should download the bullet train map to your computer or mobile device firstly and open it with Windows Photo Viewer, Microsoft Paint, Microsoft Explorer, Google Safari and etc. To do so, you should firstly place the mouse pointer on the map, then right click the mouse and select "save picture as", you will then be able to download it. The image has a resolution of 5316*6830 and it ca provide good visual experience.
We provide the map with purpose to help world wide users to plan their train travel to get around the beautiful China. To first time travelers to China, the map shows you national wide high speed railway lines with more than two thousands high speed railway stations. With the map, you can quickly find out which railway to choose to travel between the two specified cities, how to travel between the two places more efficiently and economically. In case the two places are not directly connected, you can also use the map to work out the transfer plan. We know you are not familar with Chinese cities and etc, so we have highlighted the railway stations in Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Chongqing and all provincial level cities to help you locate your destination promotely among thousands of stations. You are advised to maximum the value of this map by refer it with the real time train schedule provide on the homepage of www.chinatrainguide.com. The high speed train map may not work sometimes and you may need a conventional railway map occasionally.
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