Xi’an-Chengdu High Speed Railway Open to Traffic

Authors: Go Chengdu


The high speed railway linking Xi'an, capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, and Chengdu, was put into operation December 6.
It takes about four hours and seven minutes for a train, at a speed of 250km/h, to finish the 658-km-long journey, which connects Xi'an North Railway Station and Chengdu East Railway Station (CERS).
The travel time between the two cities will reduce to 3 hours and 27 minutes, after a new railway operation diagram takes effect at the end of this year.
The first-class seats are priced at RMB397 each and the second RMB263 each. The first and last trains depart from CERS at 08:45 and 18:26 daily.
Passengers can buy tickets at ticket offices, vending machines, 12306.cn and mobile apps, etc.

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