( – FocusAsia Media Ltd)

LHASA, Apr 25 (FAM) – The Lhasa West Railway Station said the station showed a 23.5 percent to 5.26 million tons in 2016 and the incoming goods accounted for nearly 90 percent of the total cargo, which reached 4.63 million tons in 2016.

Zhang Guangqi, head of the Lhasa West Railway Station, said he has to work extra hours on weekends because the volume of cargo running through the station has grown in recent years. In Doilungdepen district in the western Lhasa, capital of Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region, dozens of trucks parked along the street on Saturday afternoon, waiting for cargo to arrive from the nearby railway station.