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At a Glance
    2018-07-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Fuel price hike

CAR owners need to pay an additional 10.5 yuan (US$1.59) for 50 liters of No. 92 gasoline since Monday when the retail prices were hiked for the eighth time this year.

Gasoline and diesel prices rose by 270 yuan and 260 yuan per ton, respectively, according to a notice from the National Reform and Development Commission.

Correspondingly, the retail prices in Shenzhen were increased by 0.22 yuan to 7.13 yuan per liter for diesel and 0.21 yuan to 7.5 yuan per liter for No. 92 gasoline.

The price hike is due to rises in the price of petroleum on the international market.

Metro Extensions

THE extensions of Metro Line 9 and Line 5 will be put into operation in 2019, bringing the total length of the city’s Metro network to more than 300 kilometers, according to the city’s transport commission.

The engineering projects of the 10.8-km Line 9 extension linking Hongshuwan South Station and Qianwan Station and the 7.65-km Line 5 extension, linking Guiwan and Chiwan stations, have been completed.

It takes 16 minutes to get from Qianhai to Hongshuwan South Station now that Line 9 is in operation. Qianwan Station is the interchange station for the extensions of Line 9 and Line 5.

Shared bike use ban

BETWEEN June 15 and 21, shared bike operators have suspended 35,651 users from using the shared bike service due to traffic violations, an increase of 9.27 percent over the previous week, according to police data.

During the week, police caught a total of 42,605 violations by pedestrians and non-motorized vehicle drivers.

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