Live: Smart rail commuting in SW China’s Yibin City

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Smart rail commuting in SW China’s Yibin City” – below is their description.

Yibin in Sichuan Province is not only the first city along the Yangtze River but also a smart city that uses science and technology to bring convenience to citizens. Launched in 2019, the smart rail in China’s Yibin City aptly meets the contemporary needs of urban public transportation. CGTN invites you aboard to experience the convenience of smart rail commuting during the evening rush hour. #WhatsupSichuan #WhatsupChina

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