China News Service, December 1st (Wang Wangtao) reporter learned from China Railway Shanghai Bureau Group Co., Ltd. on December 1 that from January to November this year, the Yangtze River Delta Railway sent more than 430 million passengers, reaching 433 million ( Among them, 83 million long-distance direct passengers and 350 million short-distance in-pipe passengers), with an average daily delivery of 1.291 million, accounting for 22% of the country’s total railway passenger traffic. The annual passenger traffic is expected to exceed 470 million.
On the premise of implementing normalized epidemic prevention and control measures and protecting public health, the railway department has strengthened passenger transport organizations, facilitated the orderly movement of people, and promoted the full restoration of economic and social order.
On November 23, the passenger Mr. Shen who took the G126 train to stay in Beijing found that from the start of the train, the staff on the train regularly carried out preventive disinfection of key parts such as door handles, buttons, and toilets on the train, and did not wear masks. Standard passengers are reminded to wear it correctly, and the train broadcast is broadcasting epidemic prevention knowledge in a loop, which makes him particularly at ease.
China Railway Shanghai Bureau Group Co., Ltd. Dispatching Command Center Hall.
Photo by Xu Wenfeng
The 252 passenger stations in the Yangtze River Delta railway area are equipped with 1391 on-site handheld thermometers and 470 infrared human rapid screening devices; passenger trains are equipped with prevention and control and protective equipment, and dining car management requirements are implemented, and passenger body temperature sampling is implemented.
As of the end of November, approximately 730 million passengers had taken temperature measurements, and 7,987 feverish passengers had been handled. The rate of passenger temperature measurement, standardized mask wearing rate, and handover and disposal rate of feverish passengers was 100%.
The railway department has also adjusted the refund policy many times to do a good job in the transportation of key personnel and materials.
As of November, a total of 4,500 closed-loop transfers of key inbound passengers, 385 trips of close contacts of passengers, 267,200 trips, and 59 batches of 1708 medical personnel and 2911 batches of 8378 tons of epidemic prevention and control materials were coordinated.
On October 1, the G1772 train from Shanghai Hongqiao to Changsha South was decorated with lights, singing, and the passenger seat rate exceeded 90%.
That day coincided with the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day, the Yangtze River Delta Railway sent 3.099 million passengers, setting a record for the highest number of passengers in a single day this year. Some trains reproduced the scene of "a ticket is hard to find".
Data show that the passenger flow of travel affected by the epidemic is stabilizing and picking up.
Since the beginning of this year, passenger transportation in the Yangtze River Delta has shown three phases: a cliff-like decline in the initial stage, an orderly recovery in the medium term, and a stabilization and rebound in the later stage.
The daily average passenger volume of railways gradually recovered from 211,000 in February to 846,000 in April, 1.271 million in June, 1.716 million in August, and 1.904 million in October. Passenger volume maintained a good momentum of continuous rebound from the previous month.
Since February, the Yangtze River Delta Railway has actively docked labor input areas in the region, carefully designed the "one vehicle, one policy" plan, carefully organized special trains to resume work, and relieved the difficulties of returning employees and relieved enterprises from resuming production.
A total of 125 batches and 164 trains of special trains (chartered vehicles) for resumption of work have been organized to transport more than 100,000 migrant workers, creating a new transportation mode that is compatible with the epidemic prevention and control situation.
From June 20th, the national general-speed railways will implement e-tickets. The 65 general-speed passenger stations and 42 high-speed mixed passenger stations on the Yangtze River Delta Railway bid farewell to paper train tickets, allowing more passengers to feel the "one pass" Worry-free and more assured.
Especially during the epidemic prevention and control period, the advantages of e-tickets in self-service refunds and changes, and contactless entry and exit of passengers have been fully demonstrated.
As of the end of November, the Yangtze River Delta Railway had sold 314 million e-tickets.
You can also take the high-speed rail as you go as you take a bus.
From July 28th, the Shanghai-Nanjing Intercity, Ning'an Intercity, and Ningqi Railway will pilot the "Railway e-card". Passengers do not need to purchase tickets. They can use the "Railway e-card" to scan the QR code to enter and exit the station and travel by car. More convenient and faster.
From September 10th, Nanjing and other stations launched the Internet ordering service for ordinary-speed passenger trains, and the first batch of 9 ordinary-speed trains were included in the scope of Internet ordering services.
On October 1, Qiandao Lake Station launched the "One Bowl of Good Rice" Internet hot-chain meal service. Local fish head soup, pork and other specialties were put on the line in the form of order-cooking and delivery to the station, allowing meals on the train Food is more abundant.
As of the end of November, a total of 3,350 orders of Internet hot chain catering at Qiandao Lake Station have been sold, covering 43 high-speed rail trains.