Daxing Railway Station


Daxing Airport Station is a railway and subway co-construction station of the Jingxiong Intercity Railway, the Intercity Railway Linkage, and the Beijing Subway Daxing Airport Line. The station is located on the ground floor of the North Terminal Building of Daxing International Airport in Beijing. It mainly serves passengers travelling to and from Beijing Daxing International Airport. It takes only 20 minutes from Beijing West Railway Station to Beijing Daxing International Airport. The station’s Jingxiong Intercity Railway (Beijing section) and the subway Daxing Airport Line were opened on September 26, 2019 at Beijing Daxing International Airport.

The Beijing New Airport Station was originally planned for the Beijing-Bashi Intercity Railway Station, and was set up as two 6-wire lines (including two main lines), which was co-constructed with Beijing Daxing International Airport (Beijing New Airport) North Terminal. The main structure of the terminal building was started in March 2016, and the Beijing section of the Beijing-based Intercity Railway started on December 30, 2016. After the establishment of the Xiong’an New District in April 2017, in order to meet the transportation requirements of the Xiong’an New District, the original Beijing-Beicheng Intercity Railway New Airport to Bazhou Section was adjusted to the new airport to the Xiong’an section.

In February 2019, the main structure of the Jingxiong Intercity Railway New Airport Station was completed and entered the stage of ballastless track construction and track laying.

In August 2019, the new airport station of the Jingxiong Intercity Railway was renamed Daxing Airport Station. On August 9, Daxing Airport Station entered the joint commissioning trial stage with the Jingxiong Intercity Railway (Beijing section). On September 26, the National Railway Daxing Airport Station officially opened for operation.

Daxing Airport Station is located below Beijing Daxing International Airport. The main ceiling of the station is made of perforated aluminum panels and an integrated luminous ceiling. The basement level is the transfer hall and the waiting hall, and the second basement is the platform level. The Jingxiong Intercity Railway, the Metro Daxing Airport Line, and the Intercity Railway Link are juxtaposed from west to east. The Jingxiong Intercity Railway Daxing Airport Station The total length of the line is 2011 meters, the total construction area is 115,000 square meters, the station floor is 16,000 square meters, and the passenger area is about 30,000 square meters. There are 2 stations and 6 track lines (2 lines on the main line). Line 4). The main ceiling of the station is made of perforated aluminum panels and an integrated luminous ceiling.

The station adopts the streamline mode of “up and down”. The passengers entering the station first enter the underground waiting hall by the ground terminal area. After entering the station, the ticket is checked into the underground second floor platform. The outbound passengers are in the underground north and south area. Station, then enter the terminal by changing the corridor.

Beijingdaxing Railway Station


Beijing Daxing Railway Station, located in Daxing District, Beijing, China, is an important transportation link between the new airport and Beijing’s central city, and an important gateway for the economic development of Daxing New City. On August 2, 2019, the “Jingxiong Intercity Railway Huangcun Station” has been officially renamed as “Beijing Daxing Station”.

Historical evolution
On November 10, 2018, Beijing Daxing Station entered the construction.
On April 30, 2019, Beijing Daxing Station completed the main structure of the station building. The Jingxiong Intercity Railway is expected to open the Beijing section before the end of September 2019, from Beijing West Railway Station to Daxing Airport Station. It is expected to open Daxing Airport Station to Xiong’an Station in 2020.
On September 18, 2019, Jingxiong Intercity Beijing Daxing Station passed the design acceptance

Building scale
Beijing Daxing Station has a 450-meter-wide 7-meter-wide wide island platform and a 11.5-meter-wide side platform. Both sides of the platform are equipped with steel column canopies, and a new 20-meter-wide steel-structured city corridor will be built. The station is connected to the Huangcun Station to facilitate passengers’ transfer between the subway, the subway and the high-speed rail.

building style
The architectural style of Beijing Daxing Station is taken from the silhouette of the front elevation of Beijing Daxing International Airport, and echoes with the Daxing International Airport on the south side. The metaphor is in the airport and is displayed in the new city. The concave curve form also represents Daxing. Tolerance and catering. The façade of the station building is combined with a glass curtain wall and a perforated aluminum curtain wall to meet the lighting requirements of the station, and also to ensure the lighting requirements of the square in front of the station. The lighting system in the public space of the station building is controlled by modular lighting system, making the station more energy efficient.

Traffic transfer
In terms of station passenger plaza and parking lot, the station’s overhead layer will re-plan the original parking lot, and introduce the taxi connection into the overhead floor below the station building, combining the station function with the urban function, making passenger transfer more convenient and avoiding in rain and snow. The long-distance rain of the passengers reflects the humanistic care.

Value meaning
Beijing Daxing Station is an important node connecting Beijing Daxing Airport and Beijing City, and it is also an important bridge between Beijing and Xiong’an New District.

MoHe Railway Station


[Station Name]: Mohe Station

[Station Address]: Xilinji Town, Mohe County, Daxing’an Mountains, Heilongjiang Province

[Postal Code] 165300

[Start-up time]: 1 October 1972

[Station Location] 843 km from Fufu Station and 17 km from Gulian Station

[Subordinate units]: Harbin Railway Administration

[Station Grade]: Third Class Station

[Station Nature]: Section Station

Passenger Business: Passenger Carriage and Landing, Luggage and Parcels Checking

[Freight Business] Delivery of Whole Vehicle and Partial Load Goods

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WuChang Railway Station


Wuchang Railway Station is located in Wuchang District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province. It was built in 1916. It has been called Tongxiangmen Station, Binyangmen Station, Wuchang General Station and Wuchang South Station. It moved to its present address in 1957 and was completed in 1969.

In 1890, Governor Zhang Zhidong of Guangzhou and Guangdong put forward the plan of building the Luhan Railway. In July 1897, the construction of Hankou-Lunkou section began. In September 1905, the northern and southern sections of Luhan Railway were connected near Zhandian Station in Henan Province. On April 1, 1906, the Luhan Railway was opened to traffic and was designated as the Beijing-Han Railway. In August 1912, the Wuchang-Changsha section (then known as the Hunan-Hubei Railway) started construction in Wuchang catfish sheath. Due to the change of design scheme, the starting station of Guangdong-Han Railway moved northward from Catfish Cover to Xujiapeng, but the original construction site in Tongxiangmen also built a railway station, known as Tongxiangmen Station. Tongxiangmen Station was relocated to Binyang Gate in 1936 and renamed Wuchang South Station after liberation. After the completion of Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge in 1957, it was renamed Wuchang Railway Station.

Wuchang Station is located in the middle section of Beijing-Guangzhou Railway, at the intersection of Beijing-Guangzhou Railway, Wujiu Railway and Hantan Railway. It is a comprehensive station with passenger transportation as its main part and passenger and freight transportation as its concurrent operation. It was built in 1916 and officially opened in 1918. It was first called Tongxiangmen Station. In 1936, Tongxiangmen Station was abolished. On this basis, Binyangmen Station was established and later renamed Wuchang General Station. In August 1950, it was renamed Wuchang South Railway Station; in 1957, it was renamed the present name.

Wuchang Station is a passenger station (including Wuchang Railway Station). The Wuchang Line Signal Station at the foot of Snake Mountain in the north of the station jurisdiction area and the incoming station Signal Station on the south to the upstream line. There are 11 lanes in the station, including 2 main lines, 739 metres in lane I and 781 metres in lane II. There are nine stations. There are 39 upstream turnouts, 29 downstream turnouts and 109 upstream wells.

The waiting square of the station covers an area of 19 350 square meters. Two waiting halls and one soft-seat waiting room. The first waiting hall (including the upper three halls) has an area of 2 957 square meters and a waiting capacity of 2 464 people. The second waiting room covers an area of 1,690 square meters and has a waiting capacity of 1,408 people. The waiting room with soft seats is 963 square meters and has a waiting capacity of 503 people.

The booking hall covers an area of 1004 square meters, has 21 ticketing windows and 120 ticketing marketing outlets inside and outside the province, respectively, with the implementation of computer networking for ticketing.

The total area of luggage warehouse is 2752 square meters, including 700 square meters of carrier warehouse, 1273 luggage can reach 952 square meters of warehouse, and 1370 luggage can be stored. Transfer warehouse 1100 square meters, can handle 3300 packages.

After the third large-scale speed increase of the railway on October 21, 1999, the station handled 235 trains daily, including 109 passenger trains, 22,000 passengers per day, 50,000 passengers per day, 2,900 bags per day and 15,000 bags per day.

Station organs have five administrative departments, namely, executive, labor, finance, education and security. Under the jurisdiction of eight workshops, namely passenger transport, ticket sales, bags, travel clothing, operation, water supply, logistics, sanitation. Two companies, namely Boqiang Company and Changhong Company. 48 production groups.

Wuchang Station has launched its own star service brand: spring service brand. Wuchang Station has been established as the service brand of Spring Station in the society.

Xinwuchang Station, the largest railway station in Huazhong, opened on May 19, 2009

In January 1916, a station on Zhongshan Road in Wuchang was built. It was completed in June that year. It was called Tongxiangmen Station. This is the predecessor of Wuchang Railway Station.

After 91 years of ups and downs and vicissitudes of life, the narrow and humble railway station has become a magnificent station on the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway Line, that is, the largest railway station in central China, the new Wuchang Railway Station.

From 0:00 on May 19, the waiting room and platform of Xinwuchang Station have been put into operation.

The shape of the new station is full of Jing Feng and Chu Yun.

Walking to Xinwuchang Station, we found that the shape of the whole station was similar to that of the “Chu Palace”. The tone of the station is silver-gray, and the exterior wall is inlaid with chimes, which is more characteristic of Jingchu ancient culture. In the waiting room, there are also huge stone carvings with Jingchu characteristics.

The roof of Wuchang Station is made of steel grid structure with a span of 72 meters. Beautiful arcs are drawn in the sky. The roof is made of Al-Mg-Mn alloy panels. The weight of the roof is 1/3 of the ordinary color steel. It can not only absorb sound and reduce noise, but also have a service life of 50 years.

12 waiting rooms can accommodate 8000 people

In the neat waiting hall of Xinwuchang Station, 7000 new silver-gray air chairs are orderly discharged.
The new Wuchang Station has opened six automatic escalators and arrived at the waiting hall on the second floor by elevator. Through the wide transparent glass wall on the second floor, we can see the train entering and leaving the station.

The newly opened waiting room covers an area of 11,600 square meters. Passengers can go to the corresponding waiting area according to electronic signs after arrival. “After the new station is opened, passengers will not be able to circle around the bus as they used to, but can take the elevator from the waiting room to the platform.” Relevant people at the station said that the new station has 12 waiting rooms, which can accommodate more than 8,000 passengers at the same time, more than twice the size of the original. The ticketing hall of the new station has been put into use, greatly alleviating the crowding phenomenon during the peak period of spring transportation every year.

Raise the “umbrella” on the platform

Passengers used to boarding from the waiting room to the platform without any obstruction. Now, the platform without pillar wind and rain shed has been completed, passengers can get on and off the train to avoid the suffering of the wind and rain.

It is understood that the columnless awning is 486 meters long and 123 meters wide, and its shape is wavy, reflecting the characteristics of “Jiangcheng” in Wuhan. After the completion of the reconstruction and expansion project of Wuchang Station, there are five platforms. According to the new international standards, the appellation of the platforms has changed compared with the past. The first platform is the basic platform, which is called one platform; the second platform is called two platforms on the West Railway line, and the third platform is called three platforms on the East Railway line. The platform is called four platforms on the west railway line and five platforms on the East Railway line.

These platform planes are in line with the height of the train carriage, which makes it convenient for the elderly, children, disabled and other special passengers to get on and off the train.

It only takes 5 minutes from the waiting room to the platform.

It took about three minutes to walk from the ticket hall to the second floor of the new waiting room.
. On both sides of the hall, there are two elevators, which can be taken directly to the third floor. In the lobby on the third floor, the waiting room is 3-8 in turn. Passengers waiting here can reach the platforms directly through the footbridge, which is very convenient. Reporters from waiting room 5 to platform 3, less than five minutes.
“elevator substitution” in many places

Breastfeeding rooms, special elevators for the disabled, into the new waiting hall, compared with the old station, feel that the new facilities are more humane.

In the waiting hall on the second floor, the main waiting rooms are No. 1 and No. 2, as well as VIP and soft seat waiting rooms. On the left are “barrier-free waiting rooms” and “breastfeeding rooms” for mothers with babies.

The new Wuchang Station has also adopted many humanized facilities. For example, from the first floor to the second floor of the waiting hall, elevators are installed on both sides. On the second floor, automatic elevators are also installed between the pedestrian overpass and the platform.

The total investment of Wuchang Station renovation project is more than 600 million yuan. The former Wuchang Railway Station was a relatively backward one on the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway. After transformation, the station has become one of the largest stations on the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway.

All kinds of facilities of the new Wuchang Station should be improved, including traffic engineering such as station square, regional road and parking lot. The metro, bus and taxi which are matched with the new Wuchang Station are directly connected with the station. Passengers can transfer in and out of the station without crossing or barrier.

Railway hubs stand out

Relevant leaders of Wuhan Railway Administration believe that the status of Hubei Railway Hub is more prominent with the transformation of Wuchang Railway Station as the symbol. According to a 6031, Wuhan will have three special railway stations: Hankou Railway Station, Wuchang Railway Station and Wuhan Railway Station, which are rare in cities all over the country.

Wuhan regains its position as “the thoroughfare of nine provinces”

Today’s people in Wuhan can already imagine a fast new life in 2013. By that time, the Beijing-Guangzhou high-speed railway passenger dedicated line and the Shanghai-Hanrong Railway Expressway will all be opened to traffic. From Wuhan to all parts of the country by train, the speed is the lowest 200 kilometers per kilometer, the highest 350 kilometers.

The experts of the railway department have analyzed this new scene which is waiting for day by day as Wuhan will become a rare city with four railways in and out of east, west, north and South in China. There is no doubt about the status of the national hub.

Previously, Beijing-Zhuhai and Shanghai-Rongcheng expressways intersected in Han, forming Wuhan’s pivotal position in national highway traffic. The newest “upgraded version” of the hub position is composed of Beijing-Guangzhou high-speed railway and Shanghai-Hanrong high-speed railway intersecting in the Han Dynasty. This is a brand new “golden cross”.

In 2005, the State Council approved the National Medium and Long Term Railway Network Planning, and planned to build a “four vertical and four horizontal” Railway Rapid Passenger Transport network, in which Beijing-Wuhan-Guangzhou-Shenzhen passenger dedicated line, one of the “four vertical” lines, and Nanjing-Wuhan-Chongqing-Chengdu passenger dedicated line, one of the “four horizontal” lines, passed arm by arm in Wuhan. As a result, Wuhan has become one of the four major railway passenger transport hubs in China.

After the completion of the Beijing-Guangzhou Passenger Dedicated Line, the longitudinal axis of the “Cross”, the distance between Beijing and Guangzhou will be shortened from 20 hours to 9 hours. At present, the Wuhan-Guangzhou section of the special line has begun construction in June 2005, and will be open to traffic next year. The section from Beijing to Shijiazhuang is also officially opened in June this year. Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Railway, an extension of Beijing-Guangzhou passenger dedicated line, started construction in December 2005 and opened to traffic in the following year. Shenzhen Futian Railway Station, one of the Hong Kong Section projects, also shoveled in August this year.

After the completion of Shanghai-Hanrong Passenger Dedicated Line, which is the horizontal axis of the Cross, the Sichuan Passage will be opened to end the history of no railway in Western Hubei. By then, from Shanghai to Chengdu, it will be up to 9 hours. At present, the Hefei-Nanjing section of the passenger dedicated line has been officially opened to traffic in April this year. Construction of the Hefei-Wuhan section started in October 2005 and will open next year. Construction of the most difficult section from Yichang to Wanzhou started in 2004 and is scheduled to open at the end of next year. The design of the Wuhan-Yichang section has begun, and it is known that construction will start at the end of the year and open to traffic in 2013.

Railway experts are very excited that Wuhan will once again become a thoroughfare for nine provinces. A 6031. In ancient times, people called Wuhan the “thoroughfare of nine provinces”, referring to its convenient waterway, which can go up to Bashu in the west along the Yangtze River waterway, down to Wuyue in the east, and up to Henan and Shanxi in the north, and through Dongting, Hunan, to Xianggui. However, after China’s reform and opening up, road, air and other modes of transportation are very developed, which makes Wuhan temporarily lose the advantage of communicating with the Quartet.

The construction of the national fast passenger railway network in the 21st century has re-endowed Wuhan with the new value of the “nine provinces thoroughfare”. It is reported that after the Beijing-Guangzhou High Speed Railway and Shanghai-Hanrong High Speed Railway are opened to traffic, the speed of the railway will increase from 160 kilometers per hour to 250-350 kilometers per hour. With Wuhan as the center, cities such as Changsha, Zhengzhou, Nanchang and Hefei within 500 kilometers can take fast passenger trains for up to 1-2 hours. In places such as Shanghai, Guangzhou and Beijing within 1000 kilometers, high-speed trains can take up to 4 hours, of which Guangzhou only takes more than 3 hours. Relevant experts from the railway sector believe that this central advantage can hardly find a second one in the country.

In view of this special geographical location, the Ministry of Railways has planned Wuhan as one of the four major hubs for rapid passenger transport of Railways throughout the country, and established a depot for motor vehicles and a comprehensive maintenance base.

Wuhan has thus become a real railway hub. Relevant experts from the railway sector believe that Wuhan’s status as a national hub is also rising as the two major passenger dedicated lines gradually take shape. Because of the four major hubs, there is no doubt about Beijing’s status. The terminal hubs of Shanghai and Guangzhou are formed by the economic scale of the city itself, which is not convenient for expansion. Only Wuhan is a real link between the past and the next.

With the construction of Wuhan Railway Station for Wuhan-Guangzhou Passenger Dedicated Line, Wuhan will eventually form a pattern of three passenger stations in one city. At present, only Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou have this condition. At that time, Wuhan Railway Station will undertake the passenger flow of Beijing-Guangzhou passenger dedicated line. Hankou Railway Station will mainly be responsible for the passengers of East-West Shanghai-Hanrong Expressway, while Wuchang Railway Station will mainly undertake the task of freight transportation and ordinary train to form a ring-shaped Wuhan Railway Hub.

Developing a north-south “economic broadband”
, the change of space-time distance brought by traffic, will have a significant impact on regional economy.
Relevant experts from the railway sector believe that, from a macro perspective, the Beijing-Guangzhou passenger dedicated line will link up the developed regions around Bohai Bay, Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan, Wuhan City Circle, Changsha-Zhuzhou-Tan Urban Agglomeration, Pearl River Delta and other domestic economies. The convenient transportation directly brings about the acceleration of logistics and human flow, which has a tremendous impact on China’s overall economic development. Eventually, an “economic broadband” stretching nearly 2200 kilometers across central, southern and southwestern China to Hong Kong and Macao will be formed.

Statistics show that the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway is one of the busiest transport routes in China’s North-South Railway. Most mineral resources in Western and Northern China are transported by rail to the resource-poor Eastern and southern coasts. In 2004, the freight volume between Xinxiang and Zhengzhou on Beijing-Guangzhou Railway has reached 6.53 million tons, and the one-way passenger volume is 21.89 million. After the completion of Beijing-Guangzhou Passenger Dedicated Line, Lao Jing-Guangzhou Line will mainly undertake the task of freight transport, which will undoubtedly increase the capacity of North-South freight transport.

From this point of view, the formation of Beijing-Guangzhou passenger dedicated line and Shanghai-Hanrong Expressway, with Wuhan as the hub, enables 1000 km radius around Wuhan to travel on the same day, which will directly attract the investment vision of multinational companies at home and abroad. On the other hand, the coastal processing and manufacturing industry is moving inland. Wuhan has the advantages of raw material transportation and labor force. It is very convenient to develop manufacturing industry. At the same time, the huge flow of people has also stimulated regional consumption.

The shortening of space-time distance will also increase communication opportunities between Wuhan and surrounding cities such as Changsha and Zhengzhou. At present, the traffic between the three cities is not convenient. It takes at least 3-4 hours to travel by train between Wuhan and the two cities. If you take a passenger dedicated line, you can arrive in one hour.

AnDing Railway Station


A 6033 Station Name: A 6031 Station Location: A 6031 Postal Code, Anding Township, Daxing District, Beijing: 102607 a 6033 History: Built in 1895 at a 6031 Location: 51 kilometers from Beijing Station, 1412 kilometers from Shanghai Station (Beijing-Shanghai Line), 51 kilometers from Beijing Station, 1361 kilometers from Harbin Station (Beijing-Harbin Line) a 6031 Belongs to Beijing: Beijing Railway Branch of Railway Administration has jurisdiction over
grade: now it is
passenger transport of the fourth-class station: handling passenger arrival and landing; checking baggage and parcels
freight: only handling canned diesel oil arrival

ChangPingBei Railway Station


Changping North Station is located in the north of Chengguan Town, Changping District, Beijing, with postcode 102200.

Changping North Station was built in 1976. It is a railway station on the Beijing-Tong Railway, 7 kilometers from Changping Station, where the Beijing-Tong Railway is located, 39 kilometers from Beijing North Station and 797 kilometers from Tongliao Station. It is under the jurisdiction of Beijing Railway Bureau. It is a third-class station. Passenger transportation: handling passenger arrival and landing; checking luggage and parcels. Freight: Handle the arrival of whole vehicle and part-load goods.

Because the Changping Station located in the southwest of Changping City (County Town) is far from Changping City and separated by Badaling Highway, it usually gets off at Changping North Station to Changping City.

DongZhen Railway Station


Dongzhen Station Address: Wenxi County, Shanxi Province, Dongzhen
Postal Code: 043801
Railway Station was built in 1935,
Railway Station is 357 kilometers away from Taiyuan Station and 171 kilometers away from Huashan Station. It is under the jurisdiction of Linfen Railway Branch Bureau of Taiyuan Railway Bureau,
Grade: Now it is the fourth-class station
passenger transport: handling passenger arrival and landing; Parcel consignment
cargo: handling the delivery of the whole vehicle cargo

HeJin Railway Station


Hejin Station is a small station under the jurisdiction of Houma Bus Depot on Houma West Line, 62 kilometers from Houma City. The station was built in the northern suburb of Hejin City, which opened in 1988. Hejin City is located in the southwest of Shanxi Province, the northwest corner of Yuncheng City, and the triangle of Fenhe River and Yellow River confluence.

Fenshui in the East is adjacent to Jishan County, the Yellow River in the west is opposite to the city of Han, the platform in the south is adjacent to Wanrong County, and Luliang in the north is adjacent to Xiangning County. Geographical coordinates, longitude 110 degrees 32 minutes 15 seconds to 110 degrees 50 minutes 45 seconds. North latitude 35 degrees 8 minutes 17 seconds to 35 degrees 17 minutes to 15 seconds, altitude 367.5 meters to 1107 meters. The city is 27.5 kilometers wide in East and west, 35 kilometers long in North and south, and 593 square kilometers under its jurisdiction.

JinHe Railway Station


Jinhe Railway Station Postal Code: 022359

Railway Station Grade: Fourth Class

The railway station was built in 1966.

342 km from Yakeshi Station and 99 km from Mangui Station

Under the jurisdiction of Ituri River Railway Branch of Harbin Railway Administration

Passenger transportation: handling passengers’arrival and landing; checking luggage and parcels

Freight Transportation: Handling the whole vehicle and part-load goods to

LingBaoXi Railway Station


Lingbaoxi Station of Zhengxi High Speed Railway Passenger Dedicated Line is located in the east of Wendong Village, Xiyan Township, Lingbao City, Henan Province. The main project of the station is designed by the Second Academy of China Railway Engineering Group Company and constructed by the Twelfth Bureau of China Railway. The total building area of the station has increased from 3220 square meters approved by the former Ministry of Railway to 4810 square meters. The length of the station is 101.1 meters and the width is 37.7 meters. The total height of the building is 16.80 meters, and the number of stories is 2 local stories. The station plan is intended to spread wings for the Mirs.

Lingbao West Railway Station was initially designated as a slow start station by the Ministry of Railway. Through the persistent efforts of Lingbao City to declare, in June 2008, the Ministry of Railway re-approved the station as an intermediate station, synchronized with the construction of dedicated lines. Zhengzhou-Xi’an high-speed railway passenger dedicated line distributes 9 stations, of which Zhengzhou and Xi’an are existing stations. New Gongyi, Luoyang South, Mianchi South, Sanmenxia South, Lingbaoxi, Xinhua Mountain and New Weinan seven stations are built. The designed passenger train speed of this line is 350 kilometers per hour.

On February 6, 2010, with Zhengxi passenger dedicated line officially put into operation, Lingbaoxi Station was put into operation.