The Shaanxi section of Baocheng railway will stop the train trips in the next three days.


The Shaanxi section of Baocheng railway will stop the train trips in the next three days.

Original title: Baocheng railway Shaanxi section interrupted the next three days of these train trips outage

Cover news news (reporter Li Zhi) in July 13th, the reporter learned from the China Railway Chengdu bureau group company that the route of the mountain collapse caused by the Shaanxi railway in Baocheng railway was interrupted by the road, and many trains bypass or stopped in from July 13th to 16th.

Passengers who are obstructed by train stops can return to the local railway station within 30 days. After the announcement of the number of stops, the number of new trips is as follows:

July 13th:

Chengdu opened 1486 times, K196 times, K1364 times, K246 times, Shanghai opened K290 times, Yangzhou opened K245 times, Taiyuan opened 1485 times, Kashi opened K454 times, Yinchuan opened K1615 times, Lanzhou opened K858 times, and Chengdu opened T8 times, K546 times detour.

July 14th:

Chengdu opened K856 times, K1616 times, Lanzhou opened K858 times, and Yinchuan opened K1615 times.

July 15th:

Chengdu opened K452 times, K856 times, K1616 times, Beijing opened K817 times, Yangzhou opened K245 times, Lanzhou opened K858 times, Yinchuan opened K1615 times to suspend operations.

July 16th:

Chengdu opened K856 and K1616.

The railway department suggested that the main flood season of flood control, the influence of the disaster weather, the train operation order adjustment, please the majority of the passengers to pay attention to the @ southwest railway official micro-blog, pay attention to the station car announcement or call 12306 customer service hotline inquiry, timely grasp the latest information, reasonable arrangement of travel, so as not to delay your travel.

Editor in responsibility: Zhang Shen


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