As the first month of the second half, some new measures closely related to your daily life are going to take effect from June 1st.
1.An subsidy for you to resolve summer-heat
According to related regulation, enterprises are required to give high temperature allowance from June to October to employees who working in high temperature environment (above 33°C). So, people working in high temperature environment will get 150 RMB per month from June.
2. Enjoy the sea view on Jiangmeng-Zhanjiang railway
The Jiangmen-Zhangjiang railway starts trail run on May 28th, according to China Railway Guangzhou Group Co. Ltd. No tickets are put on sell during the period of trial run.
The Jiangmen-Zhanjiang railway is going to operate at the end of June, according to according to China Railway Guangzhou Group Co. Ltd.
Once the line has opened passengers will be able to reach Guangzhou South Railway Station direct from Zhanjiang, Maoming and Yangjiang in 3 hours, with trains reaching speeds of 200 km/h.
The Jiangmen-Zhanjiang section, stretches 355 kilometers through Jiangmen, Yangjiang, Maoming and Zhanjiang, linking 13 other stations, Jiangmen, Shuangshui Town, Taishan, Kaiping South, Enping, Yangdong, Yangjiang, Yangxi, Mata, Dianbai, Maoming, Wuchuan, Zhanjiang.
3. You can use just one card to travel across China
Seven more cities across Guangdong Province, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Zhuhai, Shanwei, Zhanjiang and Chaozhou, will be included on the national transport card on June 28th. As Shaoguan, Huizhou, Jiangmen, Heyuan, Jieyang, Yunfu and Zhaoqing were previously included in the pilot program at the end of 2016, by 2018, two-thirds of the cities in Guangdong will have joined this nationwide system.
The card has a “China T-Union” logo and is compatible with the ticket gates and machines across the country that bear the above logo.
Cardholders can take buses in the cities that have joined the network. After upgrades, the card will be usable on metros, ferries and more, throughout both the province and the country.
It is reported that over 100 cities will be connected to the “China T-Union” system, making it a nationwide public transit card; those cities include Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Nanjing, among others.