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China plans to re-bid Mexico high-speed rail project

Rail| December 3, 2014

The Latin American nation said it would re-run the tender in late November under the same terms, the report said.

China in talks to build India's first high-speed rail

Government Issues| November 26, 2014
The Delhi-Chennai high-speed rail corridor will see trains running at 300 km/h (186 mph), covering up to 1,754km (1,089 miles).
Government Issues| November 11, 2014

Mexico cancels contract for high-speed rail with China-led group

Rival companies had questioned the bidding process for the project, which was won this past week by China Railway Construction Corp Ltd. and China’s CSR Corp. along with a handful of Mexican partners.
Management & Operations| November 5, 2014

Chinese group wins Mexico high-speed rail project

Mexico's government said on Monday the 130-mile line would cost $3.74 billion, including the build cost and five years of operation.
Management & Operations| September 10, 2014

Video: Rush Hour in the Beijing Subway

Rush Hour in the Beijing Subway

Government Issues| August 27, 2014

China touts itself a winner in high-speed rail stakes

"Though America leads in freight rail, its passenger rail conditions are terrible,” the article said, which cites, by way of example, a train ride from Washington to Boston that was scheduled to take between six and seven hours but took 13 hours because of heavy rain.
Bus| August 5, 2014

BYD builds world's biggest electric bus recharging station in China

The recharging station is located in Jiangsu province's capital city of Nanjing. The station, already in operation, includes 150 recharging devices.
Government Issues| July 16, 2014

Cost of building Chinese high-speed rail one-third lower than in other countries

The major factors include the line design speed, topography along the alignment, weather conditions, land acquisition costs, use of viaducts instead of embankments, the construction of major bridges across wide rivers, and the construction of mega stations, according to a World Bank report.
Bus| July 3, 2014

Chinese bus co. asks drivers to rate mood before work

Yongping Bus Co. drivers swipe a card at a terminal, where a screen prompts them to rate their mood from one of four choices: good, okay, not well but still able to work, terrible and won't work.
Government Issues| May 13, 2014

China mulls building high-speed train to U.S.

The project — known as the "China-Russia-Canada-America" line — would run for 8,000 miles. The entire trip would take two days, with the train traveling at an average of 220 mph, the report said.

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