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Beijing to roll out unlimited electronic subway tickets

  Beijing planed to roll out electronic subway tickets, enabling unlimited trips within fixed time periods, from Sunday, according to Beijing News. The tickets, which can...

Beijing subway to launch one-day pass

  Subway lines in Beijing will introduce a one-day pass, the municipal commission of transportation announced on Sunday. The capital now implements a metered fare system...

The end of China’s ride-sharing gig

  Over the last few years, millions of Chinese workers managed to earn extra money by being ride-hailing drivers. Many picked the gig because of...

India’s longest road-rail bridge opened near China border

  Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi drove an inaugural cavalcade along the 4.9km Bogibeel bridge over the Brahmaputra river to inaugurate the project which has...

World’s longest sea-crossing bridge opens between Hong Kong and China

  Hong Kong, A $20-billion bridge connecting Hong Kong and Macau to the mainland Chinese city of Zhuhai is set to finally open this week, marking the completion...

Hong Kong express rail link launches amid controversy

  The Express Rail Link connects Hong Kong to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou in 40 minutes - less than half the time taken...

Everything you need to know about taking Hong Kong’s new high-speed rail to China

  More than eight years in the making, Hong Kong’s $11 billion high-speed rail will officially open for service on Sunday (Sept. 23). This new...

China tightens embrace of Hong Kong with bullet train, other mega projects

  HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong’s first bullet train glides out of a sleek harborfront railway station bound for mainland China on Saturday, launching...

China announces transportation industry reform, days after murder of Didi carpooling passenger

  The Chinese government announced it will reform the transportation industry to safeguard passengers, three days after a female passenger was allegedly raped and murdered by...

Backpedaling: Why China’s bike-sharing startups are pulling out everywhere

  If 2017 was the spring of hope for Chinese bike-sharing startups’ international ambitions, 2018 is their winter of despair. The year has not been kind...