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Haikui slows trains and halts ferries

METRO service between Guanglan Road Station to Pudong International Airport will be suspended this noon as strong gales from typhoon Haikui pose threat to trains running on elevated rails, Shanghai Metro operator announced.

It's still unclear when the service will resume.

Local railway officials also said the Shanghai-Hangzhou High Speed Rail has been closed out of safety concerns. They have stopped selling tickets for train services on Shanghai-Nanjing and Shanghai-Beijing High Speed Rails. Those who already booked their tickets can get a refund within 72 hours at three local stations.

Travelers could dial 12306 for information about schedule changes.

Traffic police are warning motorists to drive slowly in strong winds. A container truck overturned this morning on Nanpu Bridge, causing jams in nearby roads and the Puxi section of the Inner Ring Road.


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