Haihai High-Speed Rail: Northernmost Rail Project in China Nears Completion

2023-09-05 13:57:00

Original title: my country’s northernmost high-speed rail-Haihai high-speed rail advance project girder erection has been completed

At 13:00 on September 5th, in Yichun City, Heilongjiang Province, at the construction site of the Cuiluan Super Bridge of the Haiyang High-speed Railway, the last box girder weighing 715 tons and 529 meters long was landed on the 16th smoothly and accurately with the bridge erecting machine The position of the abutment marks the completion of the beam erection construction of the Tieli-Yichun advanced project of the Harbin-Yichun high-speed railway project, laying a solid foundation for the track laying of the entire line.

The Hayi High-Speed ​​Railway is the extension line of my country’s “eight vertical and eight horizontal” high-speed rail network Beijing-Harbin-Beijing-Hong Kong-Macao passage, and is an important transportation infrastructure that actively integrates into the national “Belt and Road” initiative and connects with the “China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor”. The line crosses the southern foot of the Xiaoxing’an Mountains with the highest latitude in my country. It is the northernmost high-speed railway currently under construction in my country. The line starts from Harbin, the provincial capital, and ends in Yichun City. The main line is 299 kilometers long, with a design speed of 250 kilometers per hour. 54.6%.

After the Hai-Hai high-speed railway is completed and opened to traffic, the train running time between the two places will be shortened from the current 7 hours to about 2 hours, and people’s travel will be more convenient and efficient, which will play an important role in promoting the accelerated development of the regional economy.

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(Headquarters reporter Yu Wenbo)

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