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Several sections have already been completed, while the work on others still goes on.HSR corridor through the Yangtze Valley, consisting of the Shanghai-Nanjing section of the Beijing-Shanghai PDL, and 7 mixed-use HSR segments connecting Nanjing, Hefei, Wuhan, Yichang, Lichuan, Chongqing, Suining & Chengdu.From Shanghai to Nanjing, the line is shared with the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway.The Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway is also part of the Beijing–Shanghai Passenger Dedicated Line, and opened on June 30, 2011. Shanghai is an important railway hub in China as it is also the terminus of the Shanghai–Nanjing Intercity High-Speed Railway, which is an intercity railway that parallels all of this section, as well as the Shanghai–Kunming Passenger Dedicated Line. The Shanghai–Wuhan–Chengdu passenger-dedicated line is one of the Four east-west high-speed rail corridors outlined in China's national high-speed rail plan.From the east to the west, it will connect the major cities of Shanghai (a provincial-level municipality), Nanjing (the capital of Jiangsu), Hefei (the capital of Anhui), Wuhan (the capital of Hubei), Chongqing (a province-level municipality), and Chengdu (the capital of Sichuan).
The Shanghai–Wuhan–Chengdu Passenger Dedicated Line only uses the Yichang to Lichuan portion of the Yichang–Wanzhou Railway.
Unlike other sections of the Shanghai-Chengdu railway, as of the beginning of 2014 the Yichang–Lichuan–Wanzhou does not yet have proper high-speed train service (D- or G-series).
From Nanjing to Hefei, the line is called the Hefei–Nanjing Passenger Railway, with a designed speed of 250 km/h.
At Hefei, a connection is available to the Hefei–Bengbu Passenger Railway, which is a branch line of the Beijing–Shanghai Passenger Dedicated Line.
From Hefei to Wuhan, the line is called the Hefei–Wuhan Passenger Railway, with a designed speed of 250 km/h.
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At Wuhan, a connection is available to the Beijing–Hong Kong Passenger Dedicated Line, an important north-south railway line from Beijing to Guangzhou and Kowloon, Hong Kong.