Qujing-Shengjingguan Expressway is the first highway connecting Yunnan Province with other regions of China. [Photo/sasac.gov.cn]
Qujing-Shengjingguan Expressway, the first highway connecting Yunnan Province with other regions, opens to traffic on Oct 18, 2002
Qujing-Shengjingguan Expressway opened to traffic on Oct 18, 2002. It was the first highway to connect Yunnan Province with other regions in China.
China Railway Construction Corporation Limited contributed to its construction.
The highway, starting from Shengjingguan at the border of Yunnan and Guizhou provinces, is the starting section of the Shanghai-Ruili national road. It runs through Wumeng Mountain, goes across the Nanpan River and finally terminates at Qujing.
The 74.82-kilometer highway also connects to Kunming-Qujing Expressway and has 97 bridges with all kinds of lengths.
The main body of the Hanjiang River Bridge is completed on Oct 18, 2018
The main body of the Hanjiang River Bridge, a key section of the western Inner Mongolia-to-central China railway, was completed on Oct 18, 2018.
The railway is a passage for China's North-to-South Coal Diversion Project.
Contracted by China Railway Construction Corporation Limited and located in Xiangyang, Hubei Province, the 5,900-meter bridge is a double-tower cable-stayed bridge with a longest span of 248 meters.
With prestressed reinforced concrete continuous beams, it is currently the largest-span heavy haul railway bridge in China.
(Executive editor: Wang Ruoting)