Chinese railways adopted new schedules on Monday, adding more passenger and cargo services to improve efficiency and capacity with increased demand expected following the easing of epidemic measures, China State Railway Group said on Monday.
China's railway network will operate a new schedule from Tuesday, increasing the number of passenger and freight train services to boost transport capability, the national railway operator China State Railway Group said on Monday.
With 82 routes, the trains now reach 200 cities in 24 European countries, forming a transport network covering the whole of Europe.
China has unveiled a plan outlining major targets for a national road network as part of the country's efforts to sustain a modern economic system with an improved inter-area transport layout and increased traffic capacity.
China's passenger transport volume reported a year-on-year decline in the first quarter (Q1) of the year, data from the Ministry of Transport showed.