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Design speed of 350 kilometers per hour Zhangjihuai high-speed rail starts trial operation-IT and Transportation-Railway

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Another high-speed rail with a speed of 350 kilometers per hour is officially opened and the countdown has entered. According to the news released by the China Railway Public Account, at 8 o’clock on October 4th,The first trial train of Zhangjihuai High-speed Railway officially departed from Huaihua South Station and headed for Zhangjiajie West Station, which also means that the railway has entered a countdown to its opening and operation.

It is reported that,This operation test mainly includes operation diagram parameter test, fault simulation, emergency drill and driving according to the diagram, etc., to provide technical basis for the official opening and operation.

In addition, the adaptability of the transportation organization of each system under normal and abnormal conditions will be tested.To verify whether the driving organization can meet the operational requirements, and to check the emergency response capability under the conditions of equipment failure and natural disasters.

Zhangjihuai High-speed Railway is a high-speed railway connecting Zhangjiajie City, Jishou City and Huaihua City in Hunan Province, China. It is the regional railway connection of the “Eight Vertical and Eight Horizontal” high-speed railway network in the “Medium and Long-term Railway Network Planning” (2016 Revised Edition) String.

Along the line, there are 7 passenger stations in Zhangjiajie West, Furong Town, Guzhang West, Jishou East, Fenghuang Ancient City, Mayang West, and Huaihua South Station, among which Zhangjiajie West Station and Huaihua South Station are existing stations.The total length is 246.9 kilometers, and the design is 350 kilometers per hour.

Picture from China Railway

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