The Chengdu to Suining route from Just Trains is a modern high speed passenger route in Southwest China, based on the real route with many enhancements. The route is 146km in length and trains on the route are capable of running at 350 km/h. The fastest train takes only 33 minutes to finish the journey.
Starting from Chengdu, the capital city of Sichuan Province, the line passes through ShibanTan, Huaikou, Longsheng, Jijin, Zitong, Cangshan, Daying and ends in Suining, part of the Chengdu-Chongqing high speed line.
The route is equipped with the CTCS-3 (China Train Control System) signalling system so that trains capable of both 350 km/h and 250 km/h can run on it.
Supplied with the route is the CRH1A EMU (Electro Motive Unit) that is designed for commuter use at the stations along the route. This unit is capable of running at 250 km/h (155 mph) but in normal service runs at 220 km/h (137 mph). The CRH1E includes the CTCS-3 cab signalling system.
Six scenarios for the route:
- Introduction to CRH1A EMU
- Fast Service to Jijin
- Bad Weather Run
- Short Passenger Run
- Night Express
- Commuter Service
- 146km Chengdu to Suining high speed route
- 6km branch line
- CTCS-3 signalling system
- CRH1A EMU with CTCS-3 signalling, cab lighting, cruise mode and passenger view
- Scenarios for the route
- Quick Drive compatible
Source: The Publisher Website.