Grasp the Future of Mass Transit at Rail+Metro China 2019

Driving Smart Rail into an Intelligent Future

SHANGHAI, Feb. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The 14th China International Exhibition of for Intercity and Urban Mass Transit, also known as Rail+Metro China 2019, will take place November 12-14, 2019. Rail+Metro China 2019 is organized by Shanghai Intex Exhibition Co., Ltd. This year the show's theme will focus on Driving Smart Rail into an Intelligent Future. Over 200 exhibitors and 20,000 visitors are expected to participate in the show.

Rail+Metro China launched in 2002 in Shanghai, with the support of China's Ministry of Transport, the National Reform & Development Commission and the Shanghai Municipal Government. Seventeen years later, it has become one of the most authoritative communication platform for China's urban and intercity rail industries, enjoying a strong reputation throughout the Asia-Pacific region.

The China International Railway Conference for Urban & Intercity Transit, or CIRC, is an influential multi-platform conference taking place alongside Rail+Metro China with the endorsement of APEC and the support of China's Ministry of Transport and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

In November 2019, CIRC 2019 will host a series of forums, seminars and workshops covering from railway investment & construction to urban railway operation and maintenance, modern trams to smart rail technology and much more besides.

Rail Transit is Ushering in a Great New Era in China 

By 2020, China's railway lines under operation will surpass 150,000 kilometers. High-speed railway lines will also exceed 30,000 kilometers by next year, connecting more than 80% of China's cities with populations above 200,000 people. By the end of 2018, 160 lines totaling 5,800 kilometers of track covering dozens of cities across China were operational, now carrying more than 18 billion passengers every year. And the operating mileage of metropolitan rail will reach 7,700 kilometers next year.

By 2035, China will have the most well-developed railway network in the world, extending comprehensive rail transit coverage between all its cities as well as basic coverage pervading much of the country, whilst providing urban-center rapid access within all of its major cities.

This year's show will hit new heights, bringing together the rail industry in an exploratory celebration of insight and possibility. Join us to grasp the future.

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Jessie Hu

Source: Shanghai Intex Exhibition Co Ltd.