Updated : 2013-05-23
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Harbin’s public transportation network is 776.6 kilometers long, with 202 public transportation routes, 11 extended public transportation routes and seven newly-opened public transportation routes, filling in the public transportation blanks in 10 regions.
There are 5,419 buses in the city. During 2011, 246 new buses were added and 593 buses were replaced. Also in the same year, 300 new high-capacity buses were put into operation. Passenger transport volume reached 1.1 billion. At the end of 2011, a total of 15,435 taxis were in service in Harbin.
People in Harbin, Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, paid tribute to five firefighters killed while trying to put out a warehouse blaze in the city on Jan 2.
The city of Harbin in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province will blacklist companies delaying payment of migrant farmers’ wages.
More than 800 students from Hong Kong will have a five-day high-speed train trip from Shenzhen in Guangdong province, to Harbin on Dec 26.
Freight express X405 added an insulated van to help transport fresh fruit and vegetables from Hada Market in Harbin to Mohe county, where temperatures usually run between minus 30 C to minus 40 C, on Dec 24.