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Real-name train ticket system run smoothly in S China
in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, Jan. 29, 2010. China has launched a scheme to sell train tickets based on proven IDs, in a bid to regulate the supply and distribution of railway tickets that often fail to meet demand
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Ticket purchase more convenient under real-name system
Passengers get on board the train coded L7688 at Guangzhou Railway Station in the capital city of south China's Guangdong Province Jan. 30, 2010. Coded L7688, the first train after the introduction of real-name ticket system departed Saturday from Guangzhou to Shaoyang city in central China's Hunan Province. The new system of selling railway tickets based on proven IDs is aimed at making ticket purchase more convenient and fairer without price hike, and cracking down on scalpers
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China pilots name-based train ticket sales during Spring Festival traffic rush
China's railway authorities are gearing up for a real-name ticket selling system to stop ticket scalping during the upcoming Spring Festival traffic rush. The pilot system announced Friday requires passengers to show their ID cards or other identification documents when purchasing train tickets at 37 stations in the southern Guangdong and Hunan provinces, and also the southwestern province of Sichuan. Millions of migrant workers from inland provinces like Sichuan and Hunan work in Guangdong, known as China's "factory of the world."
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Minister: Record numbers set to travel on China's trains
China's rapidly expanding and modernizing rail network will record 1.64 billion passenger journeys in 2010, up 120 million or 7.6 percent from last year, Railways Minister Liu Zhijun said Thursday. At a national railways work conference in Beijing, Liu forecast the larger network would also carry 3.5 billion tonnes of freight, up 5.4 percent year on year. In 2009, a total of 1.52 billion journeys were made, and 3.32 billion tonnes of freight were transported, both breaking records.
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China's Vice Premier underscores safety of railway transport
Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang urged the country's railway departments to make efforts to promote safe railway transport and build quality railway projects to better serve socio-economic development. Continuous efforts should be made to relieve railway transport capacity shortage and further expand the country's railways network, Zhang told a national railway conference
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S China province gears up for real-name train ticket system
South China's Guangdong Province is to pilot the real-name train ticket system Thursday morning amid China's efforts to curb ticket hoarding by scalpers. The real-name system starts with tickets of trains scheduled for the 40 days since Jan. 30, the Spring Festival rush. These tickets will become available at 7 a.m. Thursday, or Jan. 21, as travellers can book 10 days in advance by phone, says Huang Xin, head of the passenger transport section of the Guangzhou Railway Group (GRG), operator of the province's railways.
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Real-name train ticket system launched in China, crackdown on scalpers
A pilot scheme to sell railway tickets based on proven IDs began Thursday in south China in a bid to prevent ticket hoarding by scalpers during the upcoming Chinese New Year travel peak. The first real-name ticket was booked at 7:03 a.m. by phone, confirmed sources with the ticket booking system of Guangzhou Railway Group (GRG), operator of Guangdong Province's railways.
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Millions on move as China's Spring Festival travel season begins
China on Saturday began its annual mass passenger transportation for the traditional Lunar New Year, with an expected 2.54 billion journeys in the coming 40 days. The figure is 7.7 percent up from the corresponding period last year, according to the Ministry of Transport. Passengers would make 2.27 billion journeys by bus, up 7.5 percent year on year, and 32 million journeys by ship, up 3.6 percent, said He Jianzhong, a spokesperson with the Ministry of Transport.
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Migrant workers return home with new year hope
Cui Tongming, a migrant farmer working in eastern Jiangsu Province, carrying five suitcases full of gifts for family and friends at a small village in central Jiangxi Province, was waiting for his train with his wife and daughter. Although the 10-hour trip on hard seats was tiring, the farmer was happy to be going home for the Spring Festival holiday, with more than 15,000 yuan (2,197 U.S. dollars) he earned over the past nine months.
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China's Spring Festival travel peak arrives
Jan. 30, 2010, the first day of China's Spring Festival travel peak. China on Saturday began its annual mass passenger transportation for the traditional Lunar New Year, with an expected 2.54 billion journeys in the coming 40 days.
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Travel peak in Suzhou Railway Station
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Travel peak in Suzhou Railway Station

 
 
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