Green, Smart Transportation Sector Seen As Key Target
The multi-level integrated hub is part of the 2021-25 master plan. China hopes to gain a competitive advantage in the transportation sector during its 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25). Pushing for green, smart and high-quality development, which is a development in the long run, officials said on Wednesday.
Luo Guosan, director of the Infrastructure Development Department of the National Development and Reform Commission. Emphasized that there are imbalances and deficiencies in the development of comprehensive transportation. Furthermore, It is imperative to promote high-quality transportation development.
Luo said at a press conference in Beijing that the country will focus on improving the main transportation network. Building a multi-level and integrated comprehensive transportation hub, building a globally competitive smart transportation system, and promoting the transformation of cities to intelligent, digital and networked. upgrade. country’s infrastructure.
Luo’s remarks came shortly after China’s State Council released a new plan on Tuesday to develop a modern integrated transportation system.
By 2025, the integrated transportation system will achieve integrated development. The green and smart development will make great progress, the facility network will be more perfect, and the transportation service will be more efficient.
The high-speed rail network will cover more than 95% of cities with a population of more than 500,000. However, Trains can reach a maximum speed of 250 kilometers per hour and above.
By 2035, a convenient, economical, green, intelligent, advanced and reliable modern national comprehensive transportation network will be basically built.
Xu Chengguang, chief planner and director of the comprehensive planning department at the Ministry of Transport. Said China’s transport investment grew by an estimated 3.1 percent year-on-year to 3.58 trillion yuan ($564 billion) last year. Providing a strong impetus for transportation. However, Support and promote economic growth and meet the basic needs of the people.
According to the new plan, the Ministry of Transport will vigorously promote balanced development, improve the transportation hub system. Furthermore, Optimize the transportation structure, and increase the efficiency of the comprehensive transportation network, Xu said.
Looking forward to the “14th Five-Year Plan” period. Han Jun, director of the Development Planning Department of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, said that the Civil Aviation Administration will establish the goal of better serving the country’s major regional strategies and regional coordinated development strategies.
“We will speed up the construction of four world-class airport clusters in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the Yangtze River Delta. The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle,” Han said.
Han added that the focus is to continue to ensure aviation safety and promote the development of smart civil aviation.
Citing the newly released plan, State Post Bureau spokesman Zeng Junshan said that postal and courier services will play a key role in service and production. Stimulating consumption and facilitating smooth circulation.
Zeng said that the bureau will strive to build an efficient and convenient domestic logistics service system and a shared and reliable international logistics service system.
“It is expected that by 2025, the annual revenue of the postal express industry will exceed 1.8 trillion yuan,” Zeng added.