港珠澳大桥( Hong Kong-zhuhai-macau Bridge)全长55公里，是我国一项不同寻常的工程壮举。大桥将三个城市连接起来，是世界上最长的跨海桥粱和隧道系统。大桥将三个城市之间的旅行时间从3小时缩短到30分钟。这座跨度巨大的钢筋混凝土大桥充分证明中国有能力建造创纪录的巨型建筑。它将助推区域一体化，促进经済増长。大桥是中国发展自己的大湾区总体规划的关键。中国希望将大湾区建成在技术创新和经济繁荣上能与旧金山、纽约和东京的湾区相媲美的地区。
With a total length of 55 kilometers, the Hong Kong-zhuhai-macau Bridge is an extraordinary engineering in our country. As the longest cross-sea bridge and tunnel system in the world, the bridge connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau, shortening the traveling time among the three cities from 3 hours to 30 minutes. This reinforced concrete bridge with huge spans fully proves that China has the ability to build record-breaking huge construction. It will enhance regional integration and promote economic growth. The bridge is the key to China’s development of its own master plan for the Great Bay Area. China hopes to build the Great Bay Area into an area comparable to the Bay Areas of San Francisco, New York and Tokyo in terms of technological innovation and economic prosperity.
The Qinghai-Tibet Railway is the highest and longest plateau railway in the world. Its total length is 1,965 kilometers, 960 kilometers of which is more than 4,000 meters above sea level. It is the first train line to join Tibet and other areas of China. The protection measures have been adopted during and after the construction in order to guarantee “a green railway”, because it crosses the the world’s most vulnerable eco-system. Consequently, the Qinghai-Tibet Railway shortens the travelling time greatly between the inland China and Tibet. More importantly, it considerably promotes the development of local economy and improves the living condition of local residents. A growing number of people choose to visit Tibet by train so that they have the opportunity to enjoy the scenery along the way since the railway came into service.
Beijing Daxing International Airport, located 46 kilometers south of Tian anmen Square, was put into operation on Sept. 30, 2019. The construction of this giant project began in 2014, with more than 40,000 workers on the site at its peak. The compact design of the terminal allows a maximum number of aircraft to be parked directly at the nearest place at the centre of the terminal, providing great convenience to passengers. It takes passengers less than eight minutes to reach any of the terminal’s 82 gates after passing through security. The airport is designed to ensure 300 takeoffs and landings per hour. The airport will handle 100 million passengers a year by 2040 and is expected to be the busiest airport in the world.