High Speed Train Electronic Tickets Will Be Offered Nationwide in 2019
Published on Jul.18th, 2018
Recently, China Railway Corporation had declared that E-tickets would be promoted nationwide next year. By that time, passengers will be able to use their mobile phones to swipe the E-tickets or swipe the Chinese ID card directly into the station to take a ride without having to exchange paper tickets.
At present, in some cities, the E-tickets are used widely. However, in some other areas, the stations have not equipped with ID card check equipment yet. There will be a test operation about E-tickets in some cities in this fourth quarter and they will be promoted through the country in 2019.
Many Trains Stop Service Recently due to Typhoon Maria
Published on Jul.12th, 2018
Affected by the typhoon No. 8 "Maria" and continuous heavy rain falls in some places such as Shaanxi and Sichuan provinces, a lot of railway trains have been suspended or cancelled temporarily. Some of the cancelled trains include G1836/7 between Chongqing West and Beijing West on July 12, G308 between Chengdu East and Beijing West on July 12, Z128/5 departing from Lanzhou on July 13, and K1156/7 departing from Shanghai on July 14.
Those who buy the stopped train tickets can refund the tickets at any railway station in Mainland China within 30 days. No refund fee will be charged.