Chinese Railways targets commuters

WHERE once the bicycle reined supreme, private cars and other motorised vehicles are seriously choking the streets of China’s cities. Recognition of the attendant problems of congestion, pollution and poor quality of life has prompted renewed government interest in urban railways, and tentative plans are being drawn up for a ...

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