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  • ​Hisense signs intelligent transportation agreement with Ethiopia

    Hisense TransTech Co., Ltd. (Hisense) have concluded an intelligent public bus transportation agreement with the city administration of Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia to kick off a public tranportation modernization project, according to an online media meeting held by Hisense on March 18.


  • Ethiopia signs transportation modernization agreements with two Chinese firms

    Authorities in Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa have concluded a 29.17 million U.S. dollars' worth of transportation modernization agreements with two Chinese firms, state media outlet Ethiopia Press Agency (EPA) reported Tuesday.


  • Government investment in transportation totals 7.5 tln yuan in 2016-2020: report

    Governments at all levels in China invested a total of 7.5 trillion yuan (about 1.2 trillion U.S. dollars) in the transportation sector during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), driving related investment in fixed assets to exceed 16 trillion yuan, according to a report from MOF.


  • Thailand prepares for more than 200 million passengers in the next 10 years

    Mr. Saksayam Chidchob, Minister of Transport of Thailand attended Thai Aviation Industry Conference 2021 and delivered a keynote speech titled "Flying to the New Era of Thai Aviation".


  • SW. China's Sichuan to invest at least RMB 240 bln in transportation construction in 2021

    Southwest China's Sichuan Province plans to invest at least 240 billion yuan in comprehensive transportation construction in 2021, in a bid to make it play a crucial role in promoting investment and stabilizing growth, according to a meeting held last Thursday to promote the development of transportation.


  • China's Hunan to invest RMB500 bln in road and waterway construction in 2021-2025

    Central China's Hunan Province plans to invest about 500 billion yuan (about 77.4 billion U.S. dollars) in road and waterway construction during the 14th Five-Year Plan period from 2021 to 2025, according to the local newspaper on Friday.


  • New electric cargo train put into operation

    A new type of electric cargo train was put into operation on Saturday at a steel plant in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, according to its developers.


  • China sees 102 pct growth in number of rail transit enterprises in H1

    China saw more than 8,800 new enterprises in rail transit sector established in the first half, a surge of 102 percent over the same period of last year, according to data from database query platform


  • China's transportation services speed up recovery in May

    China's cargo transport industry reported growth last month as business activities further resumed, industry data showed.


  • China's passenger, cargo transport further narrows contraction

    China's transportation industry further narrowed its year-on-year contraction in April as business resumption gained more momentum, with cargo transport near the level of the same period last year, industry data showed.


  • Chongqing to Europe freight trains stay in normal operation despite epidemic

    The China-Europe freight train departing from southwest China's Chongqing municipality has been stayed in normal operation at a frequency of three trains per day, despite the COVID-19 outbreak, reported, quoting the train operator Yuxinou (Chongqing) Logistics Co., LTD.


  • Key transportation projects in SW China's Chongqing resumes construction

    Thanks to the joint efforts of related parties, several major urban rail, railway and expressway construction projects in Chongqing have resumed construction.


  • Tibet to enhance rail, flight network in 2020

    Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region will continue to enhance its railroad, flight and highway network in 2020, according to the ongoing third session of the 11th People's Congress of the region.


  • China to ensure smooth Spring Festival travel rush

    China will take multiple measures to ensure smooth travels during this year's Spring Festival, said China's top economic planner Wednesday.


  • 13 pilot areas set to explore ways to boost transport construction

    The first batch of 13 pilot areas have been chosen to explore ways to implement a scheme to build China into a country with strong transport networks, according to the Ministry of Transport (MOT).


  • China releases guideline to build world-class ports

    Chinese authorities on Wednesday released a guideline to accelerate the building of world-class ports, outlining major tasks and a timetable for the sector's development.


  • Shanghai to speed up comprehensive transportation planning for Lingang new area

    Shanghai proposed to accelerate transportation planning in Lingang new area of the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone and improve the transportation network in the surrounding area.


  • China releases overall plan on new western sea-land transportation channel

    China has released an overall plan about the country's new western sea-land transportation channel to deepen the sea-land two-way opening-up and the development of western China, according to the National Development and Reform Commission.


  • Top-level blueprint for integrated transport in Yangtze River Delta takes shape

    The integration of Yangtze River Delta has been upgraded to a national-level strategy with transport as a starting point.


  • Largest transportation infrastructure under CPEC completed

    The construction of the 392-km Sukkur-Multan Motorway under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) has been completed after the National Highway Authority (NHA) on Tuesday presented a substantial completion certification to the constructor China State Construction Engineering Corporation.


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