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Linyi's railways expected to face post-holiday travel peak over next few days

Travelers are waiting at the ticket barrier at Linyi Railway Station in Linyi City, east China's Shandong Province on February 20. People are engaged in returning to their workplaces or schools as the Spring Festival celebration has come to an end.

 

Travelers are waiting for their train at platform of Linyi Railway Station in Linyi City, east China's Shandong Province on February 20.

 

 

 Extrance of Linyi Railway Station in Linyi City, east China's Shandong Province.

Linyi, February 21 (Linyi China) -- Domestic railways are expected to face the post-holiday travel peak over the next few days when millions of travelers return to their workplaces or schools as the Spring Festival celebration has come to an end.

Trains will likely carry 11.04 million passengers on Wednesday, up from 8.72 million on Tuesday, official data showed. Some 930 extra trains will be put into use to meet the travel demand. Hundreds of millions of Chinese went back to their hometowns to celebrate the Spring Festival.

The annual travel rush around the festival, known as "Chunyun," often puts the country's transportation system to the test.

Editor:梁子硕

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