Jingtang and Jingbin Intercity started joint commissioning and testing
- Jingtang Intercity and Jingbin Intercity are the transportation support of the national strategy
Recently, with the departure of 55,001 first dynamic testing vehicles, the Yanjiao-Tangshan section of the Jingtang Intercity Railway and the Baodi to Beichen section of the Jingbin Intercity Railway have officially entered the dynamic testing stage of joint commissioning and joint testing, indicating that the two intercity railways have entered the dynamic testing stage. The opening operation of the whole line has entered the final sprint stage.
The Jingtang Intercity Railway starts from Beijing Sub-Central Station and ends at Tangshan City, Hebei Province, which has Tangshan Station. It passes through Tongzhou District of Beijing, Langfang City of Hebei Province, Baodi District of Tianjin City, and Tangshan City of Hebei Province. The total length of the line is about 148.7 km, with a design top speed of 350 km/h. There are 8 stations on the whole line. The Jingtang Intercity Railway is the backbone line of the intercity rail transit network in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. It connects with the Beijing-Harbin line via the Tongyan tie line, and connects with the Tianjin-Qindao high-speed railway through the Tangluan tie line. It is a high-speed railway with mainly international passenger flow and at the same time undertakes some medium and long-distance cross-line passenger flow transportation functions.
The Jingbin Intercity Railway starts from Baodi Station of the Jingtang Intercity Railway. The new line goes south through Tianjin Baodi District, Wuqing District, Beichen District, Dongli District and Binhai New District, and introduces the existing Binhai West Station. The main line is about 96 kilometers long, with a design speed of 250 kilometers per hour. There are 4 stations on the whole line. The initial construction and opening scope of Jingbin Intercity is from Baodi Station to Beichen Station, with a line length of 56.2 kilometers.Editor/Ma Xue