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】