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A plan to link eight cities in East China's Jiangsu Province with a fast railway network is under way, sources with the Jiangsu Provincial Construction Bureau say.
The network would connect Nanjing, Zhenjiang, Changzhou, Wuxi, Suzhou, Yangzhou, Taizhou and Nantong, all of which are along the Yangtze River, reported Modern Express, a Nanjing newspaper. The network would be composed of city subways and suburban trains with up to 1,460 kilometres of railways, 16 large stations and about 160 normal stations.
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