Suburb(Suburb)

Train Type: Suburb

The suburban railway is the railway from the central city to the secondary towns, satellite towns, suburban villages and towns under its jurisdiction (some may also be called intercity railways). Generally, it only bears passenger transportation. The distance between stations is several kilometers, and the speed of passenger cars is 120-200 km / h. Urban rail transit is the city's subway, light rail, etc. The distance between urban rail transit stations is generally 1 to 2 km, the maximum driving speed is 80 km/h, and the travel speed is about 40 km/h. The suburban railway and the urban rail transit in the city undertake the medium and short-distance commuter and business travel passenger transport respectively, which together constitute the municipal railway system.

2nd Class

The suburban railway is the railway from the central city to the secondary towns, satellite towns, suburban villages and towns under its jurisdiction (some may also be called intercity railways). Generally, it only bears passenger transportation. The distance between stations is several kilometers, and the speed of passenger cars is 120-200 km / h. Urban rail transit is the city's subway, light rail, etc. The distance between urban rail transit stations is generally 1 to 2 km, the maximum driving speed is 80 km/h, and the travel speed is about 40 km/h. The suburban railway and the urban rail transit in the city undertake the medium and short-distance commuter and business travel passenger transport respectively, which together constitute the municipal railway system.

Facilities in the coach

Hard Seat

The suburban railway is the railway from the central city to the secondary towns, satellite towns, suburban villages and towns under its jurisdiction (some may also be called intercity railways). Generally, it only bears passenger transportation. The distance between stations is several kilometers, and the speed of passenger cars is 120-200 km / h. Urban rail transit is the city's subway, light rail, etc. The distance between urban rail transit stations is generally 1 to 2 km, the maximum driving speed is 80 km/h, and the travel speed is about 40 km/h. The suburban railway and the urban rail transit in the city undertake the medium and short-distance commuter and business travel passenger transport respectively, which together constitute the municipal railway system.

Facilities in the coach
  • * luggage rack
  • * washroom