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Total length of operational high-speed rail tracks in Guangxi hits 1,751 km

Updated: Jun 19,2018 9:21 AM     Xinhua

In this aerial photo taken on June 18, 2018, a bullet train operates on a rail bridge in Nanning, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Starting from zero, the total length of operational high-speed rail tracks in Guangxi has hit 1,751 kilometers in the recent five years. By 2020, the autonomous region expects to expand its high-speed railway network to over 2,000 kilometers. [Photo/Xinhua]

In this aerial photo taken on June 18, 2018, a bullet train operates on a rail bridge in Nanning, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Starting from zero, the total length of operational high-speed rail tracks in Guangxi has hit 1,751 kilometers in the recent five years. By 2020, the autonomous region expects to expand its high-speed railway network to over 2,000 kilometers. [Photo/Xinhua]

In this aerial photo taken on June 18, 2018, a bullet train operates on a rail bridge in Nanning, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Starting from zero, the total length of operational high-speed rail tracks in Guangxi has hit 1,751 kilometers in the recent five years. By 2020, the autonomous region expects to expand its high-speed railway network to over 2,000 kilometers. [Photo/Xinhua]

Aerial photo taken on June 18, 2018 shows a bullet train maintenance base in Nanning, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Starting from zero, the total length of operational high-speed rail tracks in Guangxi has hit 1,751 kilometers in the recent five years. By 2020, the autonomous region expects to expand its high-speed railway network to over 2,000 kilometers. [Photo/Xinhua]

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