Today, the national railway is expected to send 17.2 million passengers, an increase of 30% over the same period in 2019
“May Day” Holiday·Return | Today, the national railways are expected to send 17.2 million passengers an increase of 30% over the same period in 2019
CCTV News: Today (May 5) is “May Day” On the last day of the holiday, many people who travelled have already started to return. Yesterday, the national railways sent 14.486 million passengers and 11099 trains, including 1404 trains. Today is the national railways ushering in the return passenger flow. It is estimated that 17.2 million passengers will be sent, an increase of 30% over the same period in 2019. It is estimated that 1736 passenger trains will be added.
May 5, China Railway Hohhot Bureau The number of passengers sent is expected to increase by 44.8% compared to the same period in 2019. The passenger flow is mainly concentrated in the autonomous region between Hu, Bao and Hubei intercity and central and western Inner Mongolia to Beijing, Shanghai and the northeast. China Railway Chengdu Bureau expects to send passengers an increase of 43% compared to the same period in 2019. To this end, the Chengdu Bureau has added long-distance through trains from Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou and other places to Beijing, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai and other cities to maximize the satisfaction of passengers.
On May 5th, Nanning went to Beijing, Tickets for Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu and other directions are basically sold out. There are still tickets left for short distances from Nanning to Yulin and Liuzhou to Beihai. China Railway Nanchang Bureau is expected to send 1.32 million passengers, an increase of 36% over the same period in 2019. The major stations of the China Railway Nanchang Bureau have opened full ticket collection windows and entry and exit channels, and set up “green channels” for fast entry and ride to reduce the queue time of “urgent passengers”. In response to the significant increase in passenger flow into Beijing today, the Shenyang Bureau of China Railways opened 160 additional passenger trains and 116 multiple-linked trains. Railway stations in Shenyang, Dalian and other places have opened all ticket windows, added “old, young, sick, disabled, pregnant” and “urgent” channels, opened all entry security channels, and implemented two-way waiting rooms on both sides of AB for some heavy-linked trains. Measures such as ticket checking and release to ensure that passengers enter the station quickly during peak passenger flow.
The Beijing Bureau of China Railway Platforms, exit passages, escalators, and other key parts are used to guide returning passengers. Xuzhou, Nantong, Ningbo, Anqing and other stations have increased personnel in key areas such as security checkpoints, waiting rooms, ticket gates, and underpasses to guide passengers to evacuate quickly. A self-service boarding pass printer is installed in the intercity waiting area of the waiting hall of Zhengzhou East Railway Station. Passengers who take the intercity train to the airport can choose their own seats to exchange for the boarding pass, realizing the seamless connection between the intercity train and the Xinzheng Airport T2 terminal. barge. The China Railway Taiyuan Bureau opened 26 additional trains to Beijing, Tianjin, Xi’an, and Datong, and 15 EMU trains from Taiyuan to and from Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Ningbo, and Yuncheng.
According to the Maritime Safety Administration of the Ministry of Transport, during the “May 1st” period, my country’s waterway passenger transport was generally stable and orderly, with a total of more than 5.7 million passengers sent, doubling the same period in 2020, and an average of 110 passengers per day. More than 10,000 passengers. Water travel is dominated by water tourism, and the number of tourists is high in the middle and low on both sides. Among them, it reached a peak on May 3, when 1.45 million passengers were sent on that day.
Four days before the holiday, national highway traffic Approximately 21.643 million vehicles. At 24:00 on May 5th, the national expressway policy of exempting tolls for cars with 7 seats or less will end.