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1 Strengthening Investment in Transport Infrastructure to Address the Financial Crisis by Joint Effort 6th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting (TPTMM6) April 2009, Manila, Philippines WANG Zhiguo Vice Minister, Ministry of Railways People’s Republic of China

2 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

3 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2008, the operating length of railways ranked No.3 in the world The operating length of passenger dedicated railways with a speed over 200 km/h is 1,114 km.

4 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Passenger Traffic Volume Railway Passenger and Freight Traffic Volume in hundred million passengers or tons Freight Traffic Volume Passenger TurnoverFreight Turnover Railway Passenger and Freight Turnover in hundred million passenger.km or ton.km In 2008, The freight traffic volume, passenger turnover and converted turnover all ranked No. 1 in the world.

5 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Operating Length of Highways in ten thousands km Operating Length of Expressways in ten thousands km In 2008, the operating length of expressway ranked No. 2 in the world.

6 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Passenger Traffic Volume Highway Passenger and Freight Traffic Volume in hundred million passengers or tons Freight Traffic Volume Passenger TurnoverFreight Turnover Highway Passenger and Freight Turnover in hundred million passenger.km or ton.km

7 In 2008, the number of production berths in major ports was 48 times of that in The waterway carried 240 million passengers, with a passenger turnover of 7.48 billion passenger.km MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Development of Chinese Transport System

8 MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Waterway Freight Traffic Volume in hundred million tons Waterway Freight Turnover in hundred million ton.km The throughput capacity of ports and container transport have ranked No.1 in the world for 5 years.

9 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Length of Unduplicated Flight Course In 2008, 158 airports were in operation.

10 Development of Chinese Transport System MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Passenger Traffic Volume Aviation Passenger and Freight Traffic Volume in hundred thousands passengers or tons Freight Traffic Volume Passenger TurnoverFreight Turnover Aviation Passenger and Freight Turnover in hundred million passenger.km or ton.km The total turnover of scheduled flight ranked No. 2 in the world in 2005, while in 1978 it only ranked 37.

11 Objectives of Transport Development MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

12 “Middle and Long Term Railway Network Plan” “National Expressway Network Plan” “Construction Plan of Highway in Rural Area” “National Seaports Distribution Plan” “National Distribution Plan of Inland Water Courses and Ports” “National Civil Airports Distribution Plan” “Middle and Long Term Integrated Transport Network Plan”. Objectives of Transport Development MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

13 Objectives of Transport Development MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 By 2020, it is estimated that railway network will be over 120,000 km, with the electrified rate over 60% and rate of double lines over 50%. The length of passenger dedicated railways will be over 16,000 km.

14 Objectives of Transport Development MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 The highway network will reach 3 million km, not including the roads within villages, while the expressway length will be 100,000 km. City rail length will be 2,500 km. The inland high level water course will be 19,000 km long.

15 Objectives of Transport Development MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 There will be 244 civil airports in operation. the throughput capacity of seaports will be over 6.5 billion tons.

16 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

17 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Since 2003, many major rail projects were started Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway Zhengzhou-Xi’an passenger dedicated line(PDL) Beijing-Shijiazhuang PDL Shijiazhuang-Wuhan PDL Wuhan-Guangzhou PDL Wuhan-Hefei-Nanjing PDL Ningbo-Wenzhou-Xiamen PDL Harbin-Dalian PDL

18 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 By the end of 2008, construction of 30,000 km new railway has been approved by the central government with an investment of 2000 billion RMB. It is hoped that construction of 20,000 km more new railways will be approved in 2009 and 2010.

19 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 The investment of railway construction in 2008 was 330 billion RMB. 1,719 kilometers newly built railways have been put into operation, 1935 kilometers newly doubled railway lines and 1955 kilometers newly electrified railways have been in operation.

20 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Have been put into operation Beijing-Tianjin intercity railways,350 km/h Jinan-Qingdao PDL,250 km/h Hefei-Nanjing PDL, Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan PDL

21 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2009, billion RMB will be invested in railway fixed asset, including 600 billion in infrastructure construction.

22 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Will be put into operation Zhengzhou to Xi’an PDL,350 km/h Wuhan to Guangzhou PDL,250 km/h Ningbo to Wenzhou to Wenzhou coastal passenger traffic corridor

23 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 Will be started Shanghai-Kunming PDL Hefei-Fuzhou PDL Beijing-Shenyang PDL Xi’an-Lanzhou PDL ……

24 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 The 600 billion RMB railway investment in 2009 will create 6 million jobs, a consumption of 20 million tons of steel and 120 million tons of concrete.

25 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 The investment of 100 billion RMB in purchase of locomotives and rolling stocks will provide jobs for 800,000 people and consume 5 million tons of steel.

26 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2008, the investment in Chinese highway and waterway infrastructure is about 793 billion RMB.

27 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April ,000 km of highways have been newly built, and 6433 kilometers of them are expressways.

28 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 There are 154 new berths in seaports, among which 89 are capable for the ships of ten thousand tons, and the throughput capacity has been increased by 280 million tons. 282 new berths have been built for the inland ports, among which 21 are capable for the ships of ten thousand tons. 943 km of inland water route has been improved.

29 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2009, Chinese Government will speed up the construction of missing links of inter province expressway, capacity enlarged intercity highway, port connecting highway, rural highway, important trunk course for ports, inland water course and the reconstruction of transport infrastructure in post earthquake areas. The estimated investment will reach 850 billion RMB.

30 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2008, the investment in civil aviation infrastructure reached 60 billion RMB.

31 Measures to Address Financial Crisis MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009 In 2009, the airport construction, especially the construction and capacity enlargement of trunk line airports in Chinese western part as well as the branch line airports in the middle part of China, will be the focus of aviation investment, which is about 100 billion RMB.

32 Song as China and all APEC economies hold strong confidence, strengthen cooperation and fulfill our commitment, we will overcome the current difficulties and transform this crisis to an opportunity for cooperation and joint development, since this crisis has brought more investment in transport infrastructure of APEC region. MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

33 Chinese Government has just declared the establishment of 10 billion USD ASEAN-China Investment Cooperation Fund to support the regional infrastructure construction. Furthermore, to promote the integration of ASEAN and regional cooperation, within the coming 3 to 5 years, China will provide ASEAN countries with 15 billion USD credit, including 1.7 billion USD favourable credit. MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

34 We would like to take APEC as a platform to work closely in transport sectors with all member economies, and make our effort for the establishment of an efficient and environmental- friendly transport system, and for the sustainable development of APEC region and the world by better cooperation and coordination on key transport issues. MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009

35 Thank you! MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting April 2009


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