[Explanation] On September 29, 2022, it is the tenth anniversary of the official completion and opening of the Shanghai Jinshan Railway, the first city-level railway in China that uses public transport to start moving trains.

At 6:30 in the morning, Ms. Fan, who lives in Jinhan Garden, Jinshan District, Shanghai, set off from her home as usual, drove to the South Square of Jinshanwei Station, swiped her card and entered the station, and took a seat at 7:14 from Jinshanwei Station to Shanghai. Train S1006 at South Station.

As an urban office worker, Ms. Fan has been riding the Jinshan Railway for ten years since 2012.

  [Concurrent] Ms. Fan, a citizen

  (Previously) I basically took the Shimei Line, and I had to take the subway there, so I wasted a lot of time when transferring. In 2012, when the Jinshan Railway opened, I always took the Jinshan Railway to work, and the time was greatly shortened. , like my side Jinshanwei to Shanghai South Railway Station, it only takes 30 minutes to arrive.

  [Explanation] During the interview, the reporter learned that the Jinshan Railway has a total length of 56 kilometers and a maximum speed of 160 kilometers per hour. It only takes 32 minutes to take the fastest "direct" train from Jinshanwei Station to Shanghai South Station.

Of course, in addition to the fast speed, the comfortable ride environment and intensive train schedules also make it the "first choice" for passengers.

  [Concurrent] Citizen Mr. Huang

  The current model is relatively spacious, it is almost (in the morning) from 6:00 to nearly (in the evening) more than 10:00, if it is 10:00 according to the arrival, if it is according to the departure, it is (in the evening) 9 when returning to Jinshan. It's more than 50 points, the span is already very large, and basically my commute for a day can be solved.

  [Explanation] It is reported that in the past ten years, Jinshan Railway has increased from the original 15 pairs of train sets to 37.5 pairs today, and replaced the original old-fashioned models with the current 6A and 6F models. The average daily passenger flow has also increased from 13,000 to 13,000. With the current 32,000 passengers, the cumulative number of passengers sent has exceeded 85 million.

Such a huge flow of people has also brought Jinshan Binhai tourism economy into the fast lane of development.

Jinshanzui Fishing Village, located in the Jinshan coastal area, is a popular tourist attraction among Shanghai residents, about 2 kilometers away from Jinshanwei Station.

Many Shanghai residents take the Jinshan Railway to experience a different kind of life here.

  [Concurrent] Xiang Weihui, head of a restaurant

  Ten years ago, when the (Jinshan) railway was not opened, my store was small. Usually, there were more than 100 people a day on weekdays, and only 100 or 200 people on weekends. In the past few years after the opening, the number of people has gradually increased. My scale has also gradually expanded. Now there are usually two to three hundred people a day on weekdays. On weekends, it will definitely double, and it will definitely be much more than before.

  [Explanation] In addition to hotels, the Jinshan Railway has also driven the development of B&Bs and scenic spots around the Jinshan coastal area.

In the past ten years, Jinshanzui Fishing Village has been transformed from a small fishing village into a national 4A-level tourist attraction. The old Shanghai-Hangzhou Highway has been transformed into a seafood street. There are more than 40 seafood restaurants along the route, 23 registered homestays, and other leisure formats. There are more than 70.

  The reporter learned that Jinshan Railway is the first railway in the country to operate public transportation. It is the first municipal railway in the sense of commuting in the country.

Over the past ten years, the Jinshan Railway has already become an important bridge between Jinshan and the people in the urban area, and has also promoted the vigorous development of the local economy.

  Zhang Jianlin reports from Kunpeng Shanghai

Responsible editor: [Ji Xiang]