The China-Laos Railway, which launched its international passenger service on April 13, has transported 100,186 cross-border passengers as of Tuesday, according to the Mohan border checkpoint in southwest China's Yunnan Province.
The Mohan railway port handled 474 passenger trains during the period.
Since the launch of its cross-border passenger service, the railway has become the preferred mode of transport for a growing number of international travelers due to its affordability, convenience, and comfort.
To facilitate port clearance for passengers, the Mohan border checkpoint promotes the construction of a "smart port," enabling efficient and fast customs clearance. The clearance time has been reduced from three to two hours. The border checkpoint is equipped with intelligent translation machines, which can translate more than 70 languages in real time.