Data for: How does City-Cluster High-Speed Rail Facilitate Regional Integration? Evidence from the Shanghai-Nanjing Corridor

Published: 18-12-2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/wbbtms63xn.1
Yina Zhang,
Jie Xu


In the tables in two separate excel files, reader will find two 22*22 matrixes demonstrating the monthly passenger flows of the 22 stations along the Hu-Ning intercity rail in November 2010 and in November 2015. Reader will also find passenger survey questionnaire results. The 301-km Hu-Ning C-HSR is the first rapid passenger-dedicated railway in the YRD. The three terminal stations of the Hu-Ning intercity rail are situated in Shanghai(Shanghai Station and Shanghai Hongqiao Station) and Nanjing (Nanjing Station), with 19 intermediate stations: Xianlin, Baohuashan, Zhenjiang, Dantu, Danyang, Changzhou, Qishuyan, Huishan, Wuxi, Wuxixinqu, Suzhouxinqu, Suzhou, Suzhouyuanqu, Yangchenghu, Kunshan, Huaqiao, Anting, Nanxiang, and Shanghaixi. The data was obtained from Shanghai Railway Bureau and collected and processed by the corresponding author. The surveys were conducted at waiting rooms in Kunshan and Suzhouyuanqu Stations and samples were drawn randomly. The survey included information on travelers (eg, income level, age, and employment status), journey information (eg, purpose of the trip, travel frequency, trip origin and destination, modes of connecting), and the time spent on each leg. A total of 468 valid questionnaires were collected.