Research Report on China's Urban Rail Transit Industry, 2013-2017

Date: December 12, 2012
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Research Report on China's Urban Rail Transit Industry, 2013-2017
The development of urban rail transit solves the contradiction between distance and time for long-distance transport in working life. In addition, it improves the life quality of residents and promotes the formation of rational layout of cities. In China's history, the first urban rail transit was built in Nanjing in the 1930s, which was dismantled for various reasons later after the PRC was established. The first urban rail transit (subway) in the PRC history was established in Beijing in the 1960s. After the reform and opening up, especially since the 21st century, the pace of China's urban rail transit construction accelerates. From 2002 to the end of 2012, the number of cities with urban rail transit operation lines increased from 5 to 15 in China. By the end of 2012, the operation line length of urban rail transit established and in operation is over 1,700 km in China.

The experience of developed countries shows that, the rail transit is an effective way to solve the urban traffic congestion, which also improves the living environment of citizens. On one hand, the development of rail transit leads to the continuous expansion of city limits. Because of the construction of rail transit, people will gather in peri-urban areas where the original population density is relatively low, and the real estate market and various commercial service facilities are constantly improved thereby. On the other hand, with the improvement in urban rail transit facilities, it is more convenient for residents living in urban areas to reach suburbs and enjoy the quiet suburban life and natural environment; it is easier for people living in suburbs to arrive at the downtown and enjoy various public cultural and commercial facilities such as stadiums, libraries and shopping malls.

In the context of continuously accelerated urbanization pace in China currently, quickening the construction of rail transit will be conducive to speeding up this process. For example, in September 2012, Shanghai announced to establish the Jinshan Railway which connects the downtown with Jinshan suburbs, with a total length of 56 km. Known as city-region railway, the speed (160 km/h) of this novel traffic mode is between that of high-speed rail (250 km/h) and subway (with the highest of 80 km/h). It can connect with trunk lines of the national railway as well as transfer to the subway, playing an excellent role in improving the urban rail transit network and enriching traffic ways of citizens.

As the critical infrastructure, the construction of urban rail transit needs sustainably massive investment. According to relevant estimates, every CNY 100-million investment in this field will drive the GDP to increase by about CNY 260 million and bring out thousands of jobs, possessing very obvious boost effects on economic development. In addition, indirect effects on the economic and social development are immeasurable. For example, it can reduce the land occupation, lessen environmental pollution and fully utilize underground space.

By the end of 2012, the Chinese government has approved the short-term construction planning of 34 cities, which aggregately includes 177 projects, 141 lines, 4,382-kilometer mileage and CNY 2-trillion investments. It is expected that by 2020, there will be nearly 50 cities developing rail transit in China, and the total network scale will be over 7,000 km, covering major cities in China. As for infrastructure, equipment manufacture and operation enterprises, there are many investment opportunities in China's urban rail transit industry.

More following information can be acquired through this report:
  • Development Status of China's Urban Rail Transit Industry
  • Factors Influencing Development of China's Urban Rail Transit Industry
  • Development Status of China's Urban Rail Transit Infrastructure/Equipment Manufacture/Operation Industries
  • Investment Opportunities in China's Urban Rail Transit Industry
  • Prediction on Development of China's Urban Rail Transit Industry
Following people are recommended to buy this report:
  • Rail Transit Equipment Manufacturers
  • Rail Transit Engineering Construction Enterprises
  • Rail Transit Operation Enterprises
  • Investors/Research Institutions Focusing on China's Rail Transit Industry
1 BASIC SITUATION OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY

1.1 Definition and Classification
  1.1.1 Subway
  1.1.2 Urban Railway (Including Suburban Railway)
  1.1.3 Light Rail
  1.1.4 Monorail
  1.1.5 New Transport System
  1.1.6 Maglev Train
1.2 Status of the Industry in China's Economy
  1.2.1 Promoting Economic Growth of Related Industries
  1.2.2 Promoting Economic Growth of Regions
  1.2.3 Promoting Industrial Innovation

2 DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY, 2011-2013

2.1 Macro Economy
  2.1.1 International Economy
  2.1.2 China's Economy
2.2 Policy Environment
  2.2.1 Policy Overview
  2.2.2 Development Trend of Policies

3 DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY, 2011-2013

3.1 Scale of Urban Rail Transit Industry
3.2 Analysis on Supply of China's Urban Rail Transit, 2011-2013
  3.2.1 Status Quo of Urban Rail Transit
  3.2.2 Prediction on Supply of China's Urban Rail Transit
3.3 Analysis on Demand of China's Urban Rail Transit Industry
  3.3.1 Comparison with International Level
  3.3.2 Domestic Demand
3.4 Investment and Financing of China's Urban Rail Transit
  3.4.1 Franchise
  3.4.2 Financial Leasing
  3.4.3 Foreign Government Loans
  3.4.4 Bond Financing
  3.4.5 Trust Financing

4 INDUSTRY CHAIN OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT

4.1 Overview on Industry Chain
4.2 Upstream Industries
  4.2.1 Construction
  4.2.2 Professional Equipment Field
4.3 Midstream Industries
  4.3.1 Overview
  4.3.2 Manufacture and Installation of Communication Signal
  4.3.3 Electricity and Electrical equipment
  4.3.4 Rail Transit Vehicle

5 ANALYSIS ON COMPETITION IN CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY, 2011-2013

5.1 Barriers to Entry
  5.1.1 Technology Barrier
  5.1.2 Capital Barrier
  5.1.3 Tendering Barrier
5.2 Competition Structure of the Industry
  5.2.1 Suppliers
  5.2.2 Competition Among Enterprises
  5.2.3 Potential Competitors
  5.2.4 Substitutes
  5.2.5 Consumers

6 SITUATION OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY BY REGION, 2011-2013

6.1 Regional Distribution
  6.1.1 Overview
  6.1.2 Regions with Urban Rail Transit in Operation
  6.1.3 Regions with Urban Rail Transit Under Construction
  6.1.3 Cities with Planning Approved
6.2 East China
  6.2.1 Overview
  6.2.2 Shanghai
  6.2.3 Nanjing
  6.2.4 Suzhou
6.3 North China
  6.3.1 Overview
  6.3.2 Beijing
  6.3.3 Tianjin
6.4 South China
  6.4.1 Overview
  6.4.2 Guangzhou
  6.4.3 Shenzhen

7 DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT SUB-INDUSTRIES

7.1 Overview
7.2 Urban Rail Transit Construction Industry
  7.2.1 Demand Prediction
  7.2.2 Competition Pattern
7.3 Urban Rail Transit Equipment Manufacturing
  7.3.1 Overview
  7.3.2 Vehicle Equipment
  7.3.3 Electricity and Electrification
  7.3.4 Communication and Signal System
7.4 Urban Rail Transit Operation Industry

8 KEY ENTERPRISES OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY, 2011-2013

8.1 Construction Enterprises
  8.1.1 China Railway Group Limited
  8.1.2 China Railway Construction Corporation
8.2 Equipment Manufacturers
  8.2.1 CSR Corporation Limited
  8.2.2 China CNR Corporation Limited
8.3 Rail Transit Operation Enterprises
  8.3.1 Shanghai
  8.3.2 Beijing
  8.3.3 Guangzhou
  8.3.4 Nanjing
  8.3.5 Tianjin

9 PREDICTION ON DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA'S URBAN RAIL TRANSIT INDUSTRY, 2011-2013

9.1 Factors Influencing Development
  9.1.1 Macro Economy
  9.1.2 Industrial Polices
9.2 Prediction on Development
9.3 Discussion on Investment Opportunities

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Chart Public Rail Transit Length per Capita in Cities Globally
Chart Number of Cities with Urban Rail Transit in Operation in China, 2008-2012
Chart Cities with Urban Rail Transit in Operation in China by the End of 2012
Chart Prediction on Investment in China's Urban Rail Transit Construction, 2013-2020
Chart Prediction on Market Size of China's Rail Transit Vehicles, 2013-2020
Chart Operation of CSR Corporation Limited, 2008-2012
Chart Prediction on Operation Line Length of China's Urban Rail Transit, 2013-2017

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