China News Service, Beijing, July 25. According to the Ministry of Transport, the transportation system has continued to do a good job in flood prevention and disaster relief work in Henan Province. A total of 3,348 emergency buses and 113,359 seats have been put into use, and a total of 18,112 rescuers and trapped people in distress have been transported. 133699 people.

As of 8 o'clock on the 25th, the recovery rate of bus lines in Zhengzhou city has reached 94%, and all bus lines in Anyang and Hebi have resumed operation.

  Regarding expressways, 403 toll stations have been opened and operated in Henan province, 367 are normally used, 28 are under control, and 8 are closed.

There are 148 pairs of expressway service areas in the province opened, 147 pairs are in normal operation, and 1 pair is closed due to water accumulation and flood discharge (Weishi Service Area of ​​Shangdeng Expressway).

At present, 360 highways have been rushed to repair, and 580 are under rush repairs.

The province has invested a total of 467 emergency rescue teams, 14,846 rescuers, 4743 machines and 14,211 cubic meters of sand and gravel.

  In terms of waterway, all water transportation projects in Henan province have been suspended, inland water transportation and ferry transportation have been closed, and port and wharf operations have been suspended.

A total of 183 water damages occurred in navigation channels and port infrastructure.

A total of 1,047 flood control personnel, 159 machinery and equipment were dispatched, 646 ships were inspected, 378 cruise inspections were organized, and the cruise mileage was 4,305.4 kilometers.

The province has invested 57 water emergency search and rescue teams with 3,250 people, and dispatched 285 assault boats to Zhengzhou, Xinxiang, Zhoukou, Luoyang and other places to carry out emergency rescue.

According to incomplete statistics, more than 3,1700 people have been searched and rescued, and more than 5,300 materials have been transported.

  In terms of transportation services to protect people's livelihood, Zhengzhou has 339 bus lines (including 28 night shifts), 320 of which have been restored to operation, with a recovery rate of 94%, of which 189 are restored across the line and 131 are in the interval.

The bus lines in the urban areas of Anyang and Hebi have all resumed operations.

A total of 72 lines in Xinxiang urban area, 30 lines were restored, 41% restored; Weihui, Yanjin, Xihua, Fugou, and Qixian public buses were all suspended.

Luoyang Metro is operating normally.

The entire Zhengzhou Metro network is out of service and urgent repairs are underway; 29 stations are pumping water, 4 stations are being dredged, 112 stations have completed power transmission, and 133 stations have begun a comprehensive inspection of equipment.

A total of 14 cities in Henan Province are operating normally; Zhengzhou and Anyang taxis have basically resumed operations; Hebi has basically resumed operations except for some vehicles in Junxian and Qixian; Xinxiang has been affected by heavy rains and most of the rentals have been affected. The car is out of service.

The total number of freight cars in Henan province is 474,639, 335,528 in operation, and the capacity has recovered 70.88%.

  In terms of emergency capacity guarantee, a total of 3747 emergency support trucks have been invested, and more than 253,000 woven bags have been transported, 28 assault boats, 85 kayaks (inflatable boats), 100 steel pipes, more than 600 hospital beds, food and drugs, etc. 39,087 materials, 35 silt garbage trucks, etc.

Among them, Zhengzhou has invested a total of 453 emergency buses with 21,204 seats; a total of 4,351 rescuers and 45,900 people trapped in distress have been transported.

Xinxiang City has invested a total of 404 emergency support passenger vehicles with 23,208 seats; a total of 1,827 rescuers and 37,918 people trapped in distress have been transported; and a total of 1,078 emergency support trucks have been invested.

Hebi City has invested a total of 115 emergency support buses with 5,066 seats; a total of 632 rescuers have been transported, and 5671 people trapped in distress; a total of 278 emergency support trucks have been invested.

  At present, the Zhengzhou Municipal Transportation Bureau has set up nine supervision groups to go to the front line to guide rescue and disaster relief work.

Zhengzhou Jiaotong Group has a total of 396 trains and a total of 961 vehicles have been put into operation. The nine passenger stations (including Gongyi, Dengfeng, and Xinmi) including Zhengzhou Central Station have restored a total of 335 lines, 706 shifts and overtime work. 26 classes.

24 of the city's 25 dangerous transportation enterprises have resumed work normally.