Transport


Chongqing on track to become inland logistics hub

Southwest China’s Chongqing is on the fast track to an inland opening-up high ground as the city steps up efforts for a wider round of opening up....

January 13, 2020, Monday


4,000km of railway lines to be added

China plans to increase its high-speed railway network, already the world’s biggest, by adding 2,000 kilometers of new lines in 2020, according to the country’s railway operator....

January 6, 2020, Monday


‘Cradle of revolution’ connected by rail

A HIGH-SPEED railway opened yesterday threading Nanchang, capital of east China’s Jiangxi Province, Jinggangshan, the “cradle of the Chinese revolution” and China’s rare earth base of Ganzhou....

December 27, 2019, Friday


Kalanick severs all ties with Uber

Travis Kalanick, the pugnacious co-founder of Uber, has severed his last ties with the ride-services company, resigning from the board and selling all his shares as he turns his focus to a new venture...

December 26, 2019, Thursday


Uber loses London license over safety

London’s transport authority yesterday refused to renew an operating licence for the ride-hailing giant Uber because of safety and security concerns....

November 26, 2019, Tuesday


DiDi’s new service in Bogota

Chinese ride-hailing platform DiDi Chuxing yesterday launched its new taxi service, DiDi Passengers, making Bogota the first Latin American city to have the service....

October 24, 2019, Thursday


HK advice on linking Lingang

A TRANSIT line similar to one in Hong Kong will help bring Lingang area closer to Shanghai downtown, according to an adviser from Hong Kong who plans to raise the subject at a meeting next Wednesday....

August 29, 2019, Thursday


Rebound seen in ride-hailing market

China’s online ride-hailing market is expected to rebound in the next few years with modest growth as market players step up safety measures and improve services, an industrial report showed....

August 21, 2019, Wednesday


Drivers call for protests in US before Uber IPO

Rideshare drivers in major US cities were set to stage a series of strikes and protests yesterday, casting a shadow over the keenly anticipated Wall Street debut of sector leader Uber....

May 9, 2019, Thursday


Private jets sector still has growth potential

SHANGHAI’S two airports handled fewer business jets in 2018 as the industry entered a “steady development stage,” a senior official with Shanghai Airport Authority said yesterday. A total of 6,366 business ...

April 16, 2019, Tuesday




 

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