China Daily

Reports from Beijing are that Chinese officials are considering a high speed rail project that would connect China to North America. The project sounds like science fiction—but the question remains whether China would or could pull off the project.
May 11, 2014   China Daily
<p>To stem the loss of farmland to development, the Chinese government is raising taxes on non-farmed arable land by 500%.</p>
Dec 7, 2007   China Daily
<p>Bike lanes will be required for all new roads built in the Chinese city of Guangzhou, according to government officials. The city is hoping to get more people out of cars and onto bikes.</p>
Oct 31, 2007   China Daily
<p>With more than 300,000 new cars hitting the roads each year, the Chinese capital has a serious shortage of parking. The solution? More parking lots of course.</p>
Feb 8, 2007   China Daily
<p>To encourage more motorists to take advantage of public transit, the city is planning to build free parking lots near new transit stations.</p>
Dec 21, 2006   China Daily
<p>Plans for the Chinese capital's metro system fall just shy of 350 miles of track over 19 lines, which would surpass London's Underground by 2020.</p>
Nov 28, 2006   China Daily
<p>An exhibition has opened in Beijing, highlighting the city's attempts to revamp their city planning in preparation for the 2008 Olympics.</p>
Nov 23, 2006   China Daily
<p>After years of Beijing's growing middle class buying new flats on the city's outskirts, long commutes are encouraging people to move back into the city's center.</p>
Nov 9, 2006   China Daily
With private car ownership increasing, can the bicycle making a comeback in China?
Sep 29, 2006   China Daily
With one of the densest central urban cores in China, Shanghai officials have decided to spread out its growing population in new satellite suburbs.
Jul 5, 2006   China Daily
While the Beijing-Shanghai line has long been scraped, plans for a line from Shanghai to Hangzhou are still in play.
Jul 2, 2006   China Daily