Chinanews.com, Guangzhou, February 5th (Guo Jun, Hu Jing, Guo Jing) February 5th is the Lantern Festival on the 15th day of the first lunar month. The Guangzhou Railway Group is expected to send 1.23 million passengers, an increase of 48.7% over the same period in 2022. 103.7% during the same period during the Spring Festival.
According to a report from the Guangzhou Railway Group, on February 5, the railways in the Guangdong region are expected to send 682,000 passengers, an increase of 76.6% over the same period in the 2022 Spring Festival.
The passenger flow is mainly for short-distance travel within the province, and the travel directions are concentrated in Zhanjiang, Chaozhou, Meizhou, Changsha and other areas to Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
According to the Passenger Transport Department of Guangzhou Railway Group, in the next few days, the flow of migrant workers, family visits and students in Guangdong, Hunan and other regions will be highly superimposed, and the passenger flow will pick up again after the Spring Festival.
From February 6th to February 12th, the Guangdong region will usher in the peak of student passenger flow during the Spring Festival travel season. Among them, on February 11th, the number of student passengers sent in a single day will exceed 75,000, which is the highest peak for student passengers after the festival.
Guangzhou Railway Group adjusted its transport capacity. On February 5, 1363.5 pairs of trains were launched, including 94.5 pairs of passenger trains (including 50.5 pairs of EMU trains), mainly from Changsha, Huaihua, Loudi, Yongzhou and other regions to Guangzhou-Shenzhen, Shanghai-Nanjing-Hangzhou and other directions to meet the return needs of migrant workers and student passengers.
As of February 5, the information on remaining tickets is as follows:
In Hunan area, there are still surplus tickets for directions from Changsha South Railway Station to Zhengzhou, Shenzhen, and short distances within the province, and a small number of tickets for directions from Changsha South to Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Ningbo; tickets for directions from Zhangjiajie West, Yongzhou to Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Hangzhou are relatively tight.
In Guangdong, there are surplus tickets from Guangzhou South Railway Station to Chaoshan, Changsha, Wuhan, Guiyang, Nanning and other directions, there are still surplus tickets to Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and other directions, and there are enough tickets for other directions; tickets for Zhanjiang West Railway Station to Shenzhen and other directions are more nervous.