The 277-km Fuzhou-Xiamen high-speed railway, running from Fuzhou to Xiamen and to Zhangzhou, started operation on September 28 in Fuzhou, southeast China's Fujian Province. It's China's first sea-spanning high-speed railway, crossing over Quanzhou Bay, Meizhou Bay and Anhai Bay on gigantic bridges.
Fuzhou-Xiamen high-speed railway starts from Fuzhou South Station, passing through the railway stations of Fuqingxi, Putian, Quangang, Quanzhoudong, Quanzhounan, Xiamenbei and Zhangzhou.
The line slashed travel time between Fuzhou and Xiamen to 55 minutes. Xiamen, Zhangzhou, Quanzhou and other places formed a "half-hour traffic circle".