Hefei–Bengbu high-speed railway

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Hefei–Bengbu high-speed railway (or the Hefei–Bengbu section of the Beijing–Taipei high-speed rail corridor) is a 130.67 km high-speed rail line between Hefei and Bengbu in Anhui province. It is a part of the future Jingfu line connecting Beijing and Fuzhou.

Construction started in January 2009. The railway was opened on October 16, 2012.[1][2]

With the fastest (G-series) trains on the new line, the travel time from Hefei to Beijing South Railway Station is only four hours. Besides the Hefei-Beijing trains, there is also direct service from Hefei to Qingdao, via Jinan and the Jiaozhou–Jinan high-speed railway.[3][4]

The total estimated investment is 13.6 billion yuan. The design speed is 350 km/h (220 mph). It is part of the Jingfu line connecting Beijing and Fuzhou.

There are 8 stations along this line.

Beijing–Taipei high-speed rail corridor
Hefei–Bengbu section
Hefei–Bengbu High-Speed Railway near Bengbu South Station
Hefei–Bengbu high-speed railway near Bengbu South station
Type High-speed rail
Status Operational
Locale People's Republic of China
Termini Hefei
Bengbu South
Stations 9
Opened 16 October 2012
Operator(s) China Railway High-speed
Rolling stock CRH380A
Line length 130 km (81 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Operating speed 350 km/h (217 mph)
Route map
Hefei–Bengbu high-speed railway
Right arrow Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway to Beijing South
Bengbu South
Right arrow Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway to Shanghai Hongqiao
Liufuzhen South
Huainan East
Left arrow Huainan Railway to Huainan
Up arrow Shuijiahu–Bengbu Railway to Bengbu
Down arrow Huainan Railway to Wuhu
Dabaoying Depot
Hefei North City
Up arrow Huainan Railway to Huainan
Right arrow Huainan Railway to Wuhu
Right arrow Hefei–Jiujiang Railway to Jiujiang
Right arrow Hefei–Nanjing Passenger Railway to Nanjing
Hefei South
Left arrow Hefei–Wuhan high-speed railway to Hankou and Nanjing–Xi'an Railway to Xi'an
Down arrow Hefei–Fuzhou high-speed railway to Fuzhou


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