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China's high-speed trains pilot 'quiet car' service (1/6)

2020-12-25 09:12:35 Xinhua Editor :Mo Hong'e
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Conductress Li Jing shows the "Quiet Car" service prompt card on high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020.(Xinhua/Wang Xi)

Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

Conductress Li Jing explains the notice of taking "Quiet Car" to passengers on high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020. (Xinhua/Wang Xi)

Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

A staff member explains the notice of taking "Quiet Car" to passengers on high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020.(Xinhua/Wang Xi)

Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

A conductress stands at the entrance of the "Quiet Car" of the high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020. >(Xinhua/Wang Xi) Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

A passenger walks out of the "Quiet Car" to answer the phone on high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020.(Xinhua/Wang Xi)

Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

A passenger reads the "Quiet Car" service prompt card on high-speed train G8609 from Chengdu East Railway Station in southwest China's Sichuan Province to Shapingba Railway Station in southwest China's Chongqing on Dec. 24, 2020.(Xinhua/Wang Xi)

Some high-speed trains in China have piloted "quiet cars" for passengers who opt for a quiet and undisturbed travel experience. The "quiet car" is often the No. 3 carriage on the train, with onboard videos muted and announcements made at a lower volume. Doors at the ends of the carriage will be closed to reduce noise from the vestibule.

The service is now available on some trains of the Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Chengdu-Chongqing high-speed railway, starting from Thursday.

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