On July 4, China's first cross-sea high-speed railway bridge, the newly-built Fu (zhou) Xiamen (men) railway Quanzhou Bay sea-crossing bridge, completed the construction of ballastless track, creating favorable conditions for the subsequent track laying and operation and opening to traffic.
The newly built Fuzhou-Xiamen Railway is located in the coastal area of Fujian Province, starting from Fuzhou City in the north and reaching Xiamen City and Zhangzhou City in the south. The main line is 277.42 kilometers long and has a design speed of 350 kilometers per hour.
The picture shows an aerial photo of the Quanzhou Bay Bridge on the Fuzhou-Xiamen Railway on June 28.
Photo provided by China News Agency, China Communications Second Aviation Bureau
Release time: 2022-07-05 07:58:48 【Editor: Li Jun】Keywords: