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    Kunming opens metro Line 4

    2020-09-23T11:32:00+01:00

    CHINA: The 43·4 km Kunming metro Line 4 opened on September 23, along with a 7·3 km extension of the existing Line 6.

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    Harbin orders another 390 metro cars

    2020-09-07T14:56:00+01:00

    CHINA: Harbin Metro Corp has ordered 65 six-car Type B trainsets from the Changchun Bombardier Railway Vehicles Co joint venture of Bombardier Transportation and CRRC Changchun, under a 1·2bn yuan contract announced on September 7.

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    Shijiazhuang Metro Line 2 opens

    2020-08-26T10:03:00+01:00

    CHINA: Shijiazhuang Metro Line 2 opened on August 26, the last of three lines to be built under the city’s metro development plan for 2012-20.

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    Zhengzhou Metro Line 6 signalling contract awarded

    2020-08-20T05:00:00+01:00

    CHINA: The Thales SEC Transport joint venture of Thales and Shanghai Electric Group has been awarded a contract to supply its TSTCBTC 2.0 signalling for Zhengzhou Metro Line 6 Phase 1. This will run 39·2 km from Jiayu Town to Xiaoying, with one elevated and 25 underground stations.

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    Shenzhen opens two metro lines in one day

    2020-08-18T13:27:00+01:00

    CHINA: A further two metro lines in Shenzhen opened on August 18, expanding the network by 78 km to 373 km and adding 51 stations.

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    Shenzhen metro Line 13 PPP contract awarded

    2020-08-03T10:52:00+01:00

    CHINA: The Shenzhen Municipal Government has award a joint venture of MTR Consulting (Shenzhen) Co (83%) and China Railway Electrification Bureau (Group) Co (15%) a public-private partnership contract to supply rolling stock and railway systems for the future metro Line 13 and operate the line for 30 years after completion ...

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    Turpan tramway under construction

    2020-07-30T05:00:00+01:00

    CHINA: Construction of a tramway in the city of Turpan in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region was launched on July 22, following approval of the plans by the National Development & Reform Commission.

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