New Hi-speed Railways Planned

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The West Bank of the Pearl River plans to add the Guangzhou-China-Zhuhai-China high-speed railway to promote the balanced development of the West Bank and the East Coast.
Recently, the Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government publicized the “Guangzhou City Land and Space Master Plan (2018-2035)” mentioned that the Guangzhou-Zhuhai-China high-speed railway was planned to be added on the west bank of the Pearl River.

The main line will be from the East Railway Station to Zhuhai Hengqin, which will make the West Bank Zhuhai, Macao, Zhongshan and other cities directly access Guangzhou East Railway Station, Guangzhou Railway Station and Pazhou Station.

The high-speed railway planned by Zhuhai is mainly composed of three lines, including the Guangjiang-Zhuhai-High-speed Railway, the Guangzhong-Zhuhai-High-speed Railway and the Shenzhen-Zhuhai Railway.
The Guangjiang-Zhuhai-High-speed Railway (formerly the Australian Pearl River High-speed Railway) started at Guangzhou Station and was transferred to Jiangmen Station via Guangzhan High-speed Railway. It was set up at Zhuhai Hezhou Hub Station.

The end point was the Hengqin Port and the Macao Light Rail Link. The total length was about 210 kilometers.
The Guangzhou-Zhongzhou-Australia high-speed railway starts from Guangzhou North Railway Station and connects to Zhongshan Station via the Yuzhu Station and Nansha Station in the east of Guangzhou. It is connected to the Zhuhai Hezhou Hub Station after the Sanxiang and Tanzhou in Zhongshan, with a total length of about 200 kilometers.

The Shenzhen-Zhuhai high-speed railway (formerly planned to be Shenzhen-Zhuhai Intercity) starts from Shenzhen Xili Station in the east, crosses the Yanyang Passage to the Zhuhai North Station, and connects to the Hezhou Hub Station and the Guangjiang-Zhuhai High-speed Railway to the west. Kilometers.

By then, Zhuhai will be integrated into the national high-speed rail network from the east, north and west directions, reaching the whole country.