Guangzhou Baiyun Railway Station: Key rail hub in GBA
Guangzhou Baiyun Railway Station completes its latest rail project. [Photo/WeChat account: gz_baiyunfabu]
Guangzhou Baiyun Railway Station, a key transportation infrastructure project in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, completed its rail project on Nov 6, laying a solid foundation for the station's future operations.
The project includes the construction of the station track, the link line connecting the Beijing-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway to Baiyun station, and other tasks on stretches of the network totaling 87.17 kilometers.
The link line is a crucial part of this project. It has a total length of 23.11 km and is designed to accommodate speeds of up to 160 km per hour.
An aerial view of Guangzhou Baiyun Railway Station. [Photo/WeChat account: gz_baiyunfabu]
Guangzhou Baiyun Railway Station is one of the main passenger stations in Guangzhou's "Five Main Lines and Four Auxiliary Lines Plan," and is also an important project in China's Railway Plan during the 13th Five-Year period (2021-25).
It is a world-class, modern, and fully integrated transportation hub and a super-large railway station.
With a total construction area of 453,000 square meters, the station has 11 platforms and 24 lines. Once completed, it will introduce railway lines such as the Beijing-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway and the Guangzhou-Zhanjiang High-Speed Railway.