Hefu High Speed Railway is a critical part of JingFu Passenger Dedicated Line (PDL), which is essential to interconnecting the central region and southern region of China. Originating at Fuzhou in Fujian Province (southeast China) and terminating at Hefei in Anhui Province (Central China), the railway is 806 kilometers long, with a Passenger Dedicated Line of electrified double tracks and a design speed of 350 kilometers per hour.
It is anticipated that the immense Project will take four years to complete (2010- 2014) and will cost US$16 billion (109.8 billion RMB).
- Supervisory services provided by TYLI include facilities such as bridges, tunnels, roadbed, the beam prefabrication yard, the track slab yard and Huangshan North Station.
- TYLI is addressing the challenges associated with the fact that the main railway line crosses Hetonghuang Highway and national road G205 at multiple locations, both important thoroughfares.
- When completed, the two-wired, electrified, standard gauge, passenger-dedicated railway line will reduce travel time between Fuzhou and Hefei from 14 hours to four hours.
In a joint venture with Third Survey and Design Institute Group Corporation (TSDIG), TYLI China is providing supervisory services for the 54.5 kilometers long Huangshan section of the railway project.