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Track Completed on Harbin-Mudanjiang Railway Line

With the installment of a 500-meter long rail at the exit of Aimin Tunnel, track laying on the Harbin-Mudanjiang High-Speed Rail Line was finally completed on May 10.

The 300-kilometer line links Harbin with Mudanjiang –– a city on the Russian border. It will connect to the border areas of Russia through Suifenhe port.

The new line will have 11 stations, including Harbin station, Xinxiangfang north station, A’che north station, Maoer Mountain station, Shangzhi south station and Yabuli west station.

It is due to undergo a period of testing in August 2018.

Upon completion, the new line will shorten the current journey time to around one hour, as it can accommodate trains traveling at speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour.

Once the line is completed it is expected to increase trade and economic activity between China and Russia, as well as helping to rejuvenate the old Northeast China industrial base.