China Urban Rail Transit Sector Analysed and Forecast in New CRI Study Published at MarketPublishers.com

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New study “Research Report on China Urban Rail Transit Industry, 2010-2020” created by China Research and Intelligence (CRI) is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

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Owing to rapid economic development, prevalence of urbanisation process and fast population growth in leading cities, traffic demand has increased considerably in China; which puts heavy pressure on the public transport system. Otherwise stated, the growth pace of ground road construction is much slower than growth of vehicle numbers. In that vein, urban rail transit serves as an efficient way to deal with traffic congestion by expanding a city and making the surrounding area more resided and better equipped with commercial and living facilities. However, the construction of urban rail transit lines requires massive investments. The total investment in the industry is estimated to surpass USD 0.32 trillion during 2015-2020, which creates a host of investment opportunities for pertinent companies in the industrial chain.

China’s urban rail transit construction has accelerated since the 21st century. The number of cities with urban rail transit lines operating across the country has grown from 5 to 22 during 2002-2014. Shanghai gains lead in terms of running mileage of urban rail transit (over 530 kilometers), with Zhengzhou and Harbin reporting less than 30 kilometers.

In H1 2015, 39 cities in China have got their latest construction plan approved by the national government. And by 2020, urban rail transit is expected to open up in around 50 cities with the overall operating mileage amounting to 6000-7000 kilometers and covering all key cities in the country.

New study “Research Report on China Urban Rail Transit Industry, 2010-2020” created by China Research and Intelligence (CRI) is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

Report Details:

Title: Research Report on China Urban Rail Transit Industry, 2010-2020
Published: July, 2015
Pages: 70
Price: US$ 3,000.00
https://marketpublishers.com/report/freight-trucking/rail_freight/research-report-on-china-urban-rail-transit-industry-2010-2020.html

The report offers unprejudiced and comprehensive insights into the Chinese urban rail transit industry, besides speculating on its prospective development. The report presents a detailed overview of the macroeconomic and policy environment with respect to the industry. It provides a market overview, disclosing information on the market scale, demand and supply situation, and financing model of urban rail transit in China. The study provides a thorough industrial chain analysis, covers upstream industries as well as sheds light on urban rail transit operation. The research publication examines the structure of the competition in the domestic urban rail transit industry, with highlights of barriers to market entry. A granular regional analysis is provided, as is an assessment of the development of the various industry sub-sectors. The report discusses the leading players involved in the market, including the top 2 construction companies, 4 urban rail transit equipment manufacturers, as well as a number of key operating companies of urban rail transit.

Report Scope:

  •     Overview of China’s urban rail transit industry.
  •     Examination of the development environment of urban rail transit industry, 2010-2015.
  •     Insights into the development of the industry, 2010-2015.
  •     Overview of the industrial chain of urban rail transit industry, 2010-2015.
  •     Assessment of the competition in the national urban rail transit industry in china, 2010-2015.
  •     Analysis of urban rail transit industry region-wise, 2010-2015.
  •     Review of the development of industry sub-sectors, 2009-2013.
  •     Analysis of top enterprises in China’s urban rail transit industry, 2011-2015.
  •     Market outlook plus detailed forecasts of the industry to 2020.

More studies by the publisher can be found at CRI page.

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