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Shanghai Shentong Metro Group

About Shanghai Shentong Metro Group

Shanghai Shentong Metro Group offers metro operation services. The company provides rail traffic investment, construction, operation, and maintenance services. It is based in Shanghai, China.

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Keolis Shanghai selected to operate Jiaxing tramway

Nov 23, 2020

2020-11-23T14:04:00+00:00 CHINA: The Keolis Shanghai joint venture of Keolis (49%) and Shanghai Shentong Metro Group (51%) is to operate a catenary-free tramway in Jiaxing, one of the largest cities in Zhejiang province. Due to open next year, the Jiaxing network will initially comprise two tram lines totalling 15∙6 route-km and serving 26 stops, including an interchange with the high speed network at Jiaxing Nan station. These two lines are expected to open next year, with a third line of 20 km planned for opening in 2023. The tram network will be operated by Shenjia, itself a joint venture of Jiaxing Rail Co (51%) and Keolis Shanghai (49%). It will be the second Chinese tramway in which Keolis is an operating partner following Songjian in the suburbs of Shanghai, which opened in December 2018. #*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# CRRC is supplying an initial batch of 20 supercapacitor-equipped trams for Jiaxing, but the network will be operated and maintained by Shenjia, which is now in the process of recruiting up to 200 staff. ‘Our goal is to provide an outstanding mobility option to Jiaxing residents and visitors and to reduce traffic congestion and pollution by offering a safe, reliable alternative to private cars’, said Bernard Tabary, CEO International at Keolis Group. ‘We’ll draw on our track record operating the tram network in Songjiang, as well as our international experience in Australia, Canada, France, Norway and the UK.’ Related articles 2019-08-12T10:29:52Z CHINA: The Songjiang tramway in Shanghai was extended on August 10, taking the route to 26·8 km with 40 stops. Route T2 has been extended from Zhongchen Road to North Sanxin Road, so it now forms a circular route. Route T1 has also been extended from Jinxi Road ... 2019-01-02T15:00:44Z CHINA: The first section of the Songjiang tram network in Shanghai opened on December 26. The 13·9 km route serving 20 stops connects Zhongchen Road in the east with Canghua Road in the west via Songjiang University Town, where interchange is provided with metro Line 9. Services operate ... 2018-08-28T09:27:56Z CHINA: Songjiang Tramway has awarded Shanghai Keolis a five-year contract to operate and maintain the tram network in the Songjiang district of southwestern Shanghai. The joint venture of Shanghai Shentong Metro Group (51%) and Keolis (49%) is to operate the two-line network, which is due to open in two ...

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