Qingdao Station sent 5.47 million passengers in 62 days of summer transport
Send up to 109,969 passengers per day
A reporter from Qingdao Daily / Qingdao Guan / Qingbao News learned from Qingdao Railway Station that on August 31, the 62-day railway summer race in 2019 was successfully concluded. Qingdao Railway Station (including Qingdao North Station) sent a total of 5.47 million passengers during the summer season, an increase of 1.15 million year-on-year; the average daily number of passengers sent was 88,200.
During the summer, multiple passenger flows such as students, tourism, visiting relatives, and business flows are superimposed, and the number of railway passenger shipments continues to run at a high level. According to the relevant person in charge of Qingdao Railway Station, Qingdao is a typical tourist city, and the annual transportation season is July and August. This year's summer passenger flow is mainly composed of tourism and students. Weekend passenger flow is more concentrated than daily passenger flow. On the weekend, the average daily passenger flow is 93,800, which is an increase of 10,700, or 12.9%, from the daily average (83,100). Among them, on August 19, the highest peak of the single-day passenger dispatch was 109,969 passengers. A total of 120,000 student travelers were sent during the summer, an increase of 20%.
Analyzed by province flow direction, the largest increase in passenger flow from Qingdao (including Qingdao North) year-on-year was in the provinces of Beijing, Jiangsu, Hebei, Henan, and Shanghai. Among them, the average daily increase in Beijing direction was 1,250 people, an increase of 16.6% year-on-year, especially the G180, G206, and G210 high-quality trains were diverted, and the market demand for rigidity was greater; the average daily increase in Jiangsu direction was 1122 people, an increase of 53%; The average daily increase in Henan was 368 and 238, an increase of 15% and 10.9%, and the average daily increase in Shanghai was 207, an increase of 20.5%. Passenger flow in Chongqing, Sichuan, Ningxia, Guangxi, Hubei, and Zhejiang provinces decreased year-on-year, and passenger flow in Shaanxi and Guangzhou provinces remained basically the same.
(Reporter Geng Tingting)