The new and improved version of Tracking China is here, and it is a great pleasure to welcome visitors the world over. If you have previously been a visitor of the Beijingology, Civitology, Beijing A to B, MobileMetro.mobi / imetro.mobi, Random Jaunts or Dear Passengers websites, all train (city metro and Chinese national railways) info would have been merged onto this new site. There is also a vast improvement in terms of content offered over the early 2012 version of the website.
Tracking China and its previous “incarnations” have enjoyed popular support internationally (previously on AdAge, City Weekend, and in the Chinese national railway newspaper system), and it continues to be a key site for international travellers wishing to get around by rail / city metro in China. It also serves those already in the country — you might find yourself going to the HSR station now, with greater frequency, than you used to make quick getaways starting from the airport!
The new version will provide visitors with information about China’s city metro systems and national railways services. The very first stage of this website is now complete, with basic information about HSR and key Subway stations in central Beijing. The website will continue to grow with more info for all; planned by Christmas 2014 are all key stations in central Beijing as well as key stations around Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou.
Enjoy and bon voyage! Thanks for your continued trust in Tracking China and all previous sites.