A high-speed railway linking the Scenic Cities of Hangzhou and Huangshan in East China went into operation.
The high-speed Railway starts from Hangzhou, the Capital of East China’s Zhejiang Province, and ends in the city of Huangshan in East China’s Anhui Province, threading through a series of renowned Scenic Spots, including Mount Huangshan, a Unesco World Heritage Site, the West Lake in Hangzhou and the picturesque Fuchun River and thousand Islands lake in Zhejiang Province.
Stretching 265 Kilometers, the high-speed railway will have nine Stations. The Initial Operating speed of the trains will be 250 Kilometers per hour.
The high-speed railway will significantly shorten the travel time between hangzhou and Huangshan, taking one hour and 26 minutes for the fastest trains. This scenic High-Speed Rail Line will connect with Neighboring high-speed railways as well.