Beijing ushered in a small return peak, 16 railway stations night buses add more trains in time
Beijing ushered in a small peak of return trips. The passenger volume of railway and civil aviation entering Beijing from 0 to 12 o’clock yesterday increased by 206.56% compared with the previous day
The number of night buses at 16 railway stations was increased in time
Yesterday, at Beijing Railway Station, returning passengers walked out of the station, similar to previous years In comparison, the number of passengers has decreased significantly. Beijing News reporter Wang Guibin photo
Yesterday was the last day of the Spring Festival holiday, and the airport and railway station ushered in the first small peak of return trips. The reporter learned from the Beijing Municipal Transportation Commission that from 0 to 12 o’clock yesterday, 74,800 passenger trips by railway and civil aviation entered Beijing, an increase of 206.56% over the previous day. In order to protect citizens’ travel, the operation of subway lines involving railway stations will be extended in due course, 6 high-speed railway special lines will be opened for public transport, and 16 night buses at railway stations will also be dispatched simultaneously.
It needs to be reminded that before March 15th, citizens returning to Beijing from low-risk areas in China must hold a nucleic acid negative certificate within 7 days. After arriving in Beijing, they must implement health monitoring for 14 days. Nucleic acid should be tested every 14 days.
There are passengers returning to Beijing to undergo nucleic acid testing two days in advance.
The transportation department predicts that there will be a peak return passenger flow from the sixth to the ninth day. Yesterday, Beijing Airport and Railway Station ushered in the first small peak of return journey.
Yesterday at 10:30 in the morning, the reporter saw at Beijing Railway Station that many passengers carrying large and small bags were walking out of the station. However, compared with previous years, the number of passengers has decreased significantly. There is no queuing in front of the station.
“In order to ensure that the results can be delivered on time, I went for a nucleic acid test two days in advance, and the staff checked the report form before entering the station.” Yesterday morning, passenger Mr. Li took the K340 train from Jiamusi When he returned to Beijing, he told reporters that compared with previous years, the train compartment was much empty. Passengers were wearing masks consciously, and the conductor would take the temperature of passengers regularly. “After I go home today, I must first go to the community to register, perform health monitoring in accordance with the regulations, and do a nucleic acid test again after 7 days.”
I need to be reminded that according to Beijing’s Epidemic prevention requirements, from January 28 to March 15, domestic personnel from low-risk areas entering Beijing must present a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 7 days before arriving in Beijing, and implement health monitoring for 14 days after arriving in Beijing. Nucleic acid should be tested every 14 days.
Among them, the staff of the local epidemic prevention department will check the negative nucleic acid test certificate when entering and returning to Beijing by train. Passengers need to prepare relevant certification documents before traveling, both electronic and paper versions Yes; many airports and airlines have carried out inspections of negative nucleic acid tests for passengers entering Beijing, and some airports will conduct inspections before security check channels. Entering and returning from the highway to Beijing also need to prepare a nucleic acid test certificate, and all highways entering Beijing checkpoints in Beijing have clearly requested that people entering Beijing be tested negative for nucleic acid test.
Bus and subway passenger traffic increased by 20% month-on-month
According to data from the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation, since the fifth day of the first lunar month (February 16), the passenger flow into Beijing has shown an increasing trend. On the fifth day of the first lunar month (February 16th), 175,500 passengers got on and off at six railway stations in Beijing including Beijing Railway Station and Beijing West Railway Station, an increase of 63.41% from the fourth day of the first lunar month (February 15). There has also been a certain increase in civil aviation, with a total of 67,200 people entering and leaving the port at the Capital International Airport and Daxing International Airport in the “two sessions”, an increase of 32.28% from the fourth day of the first month (February 15).
In addition, from 0 to 12 o’clock yesterday, Beijing’s traffic was generally stable. The city’s road network traffic index peaked at 2.5, which was a basic level of unimpeded traffic. Key scenic spots such as Qianmen West Street, East Chang’an Street, Xiangquan Roundabout, etc. The traffic pressure on the sections of the business district is relatively high. The passenger volume of railways and civil aviation into Beijing was 74,800, an increase of 206.56% from the previous day. Among them, Beijing Railway Station, Beijing West Railway Station, Beijing South Railway Station, Beijing North Railway Station, Qinghe Railway Station and Beijing Chaoyang Railway Station “six stations” got off at 6.68 10,000 passengers, an increase of 222.71% month-on-month. Capital International Airport and Daxing International Airport totaled 80,000 passengers, an increase of 116.22% from the previous month.
The passenger traffic of public transportation (ground bus, rail transit) in the city was 2,112,200, an increase of 20.76% from the previous month. Among them, the passenger volume of rail transit was 976,700, a month-on-month increase of 16.43%. The passenger volume of ground public transport was 1,135,500, an increase of 24.75% from the previous month. The continuous capacity of taxis at each station is normal.
The expressway operation is generally stable. From 0 to 12:00 yesterday, the traffic volume of the entire network was about 551,500, a decrease of 20.25% year-on-year and an increase of 8.54% month-on-month.
Metro will extend the operation of the subway and open 6 high-speed railway lines in due course
The reporter learned that in order to connect passengers arriving in Beijing, all subway lines involving railway stations in Beijing will be Extend operations in due course. For the return phase of the holiday, Beijing Subway is prepared to increase the number of passengers. When necessary, Line 2, Line 7, and Line 9 will take measures such as advance the first train and extend the operating time to meet the outbound demand of returning passengers. Beijing-Hong Kong Metro expects that there may be a small peak in passenger flow returning to Beijing after the Spring Festival to the end of the Spring Festival. It has prepared emergency plans and will pay close attention to changes in passenger flow and strengthen the organization of train and passenger transport.
For public transportation, from now until the twenty-fifth of the first month (March 8) at 23:00 every day, Beijing Public Transport Group will open the North Square of Beijing South Railway Station to Sanyuan Bridge, Gongzhufen, Wuyi Garden, Tiantongyuan and Huilongguan 6 high-speed rail lines in Laiguangying; at the same time, “shared” customized buses are opened in the South Station and West Station areas, serving the Fifth Ring Road, Huilongguan, Tiantongyuan, Daxing Huangcun, Shijingshan Bajiao, and Tongzhou City, for passengers arriving in Beijing at night Provide diversified travel options.
Beijing Public Transport Group will also add more than 200 motor vehicles on the bus lines passing through Beijing West Railway Station, Beijing South Railway Station and other railway stations and around the long-distance passenger terminal, which will be put into operation at any time according to the passenger flow. At the same time, 16 train stations night buses will also be issued simultaneously. In addition, starting from the fifth day of the first lunar month (February 16) at night 15 and night 22, the departure point will be adjusted and the departure point of Beijing West Railway Station North Square will be increased.
According to the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transportation, the traffic department will actively coordinate the participation of rental companies in response to the possible peak nighttime passenger arrivals on the seventh and eighth day of the first lunar month (February 18, 19) at railway stations and airports After 23:00, the work will continue until the last passenger leaves.