The various tasks in 2019 have entered the final period. A reporter from the Securities Daily found that since December, the National Development and Reform Commission has approved a batch of infrastructure projects involving funds exceeding 270 billion yuan, mostly in the areas of rail transit, high-speed rail, and airports. . Taken together, since the beginning of this year, the Development and Reform Commission has approved nearly 60 infrastructure projects, involving an amount of more than 1.5 trillion yuan.
It is worth noting that on December 19, the Development and Reform Commission issued the "Response on Adjusting the Beijing Urban Rail Transit's Second Phase Construction Planning Plan", stating that in order to implement the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei coordinated development strategy, the Beijing Urban Rail Transit network service level will be improved and Support the construction of Beijing's urban sub-center, the development of Beijing Daxing International Airport, and better serve the Beijing Winter Olympics in 2022. The principle of commenting agrees to the "Plan for the Construction of Beijing's Urban Rail Transit Phase II (2015-2021)." Involving the new airport line, Pinggu line, Lize Financial Business District and other places, the project funds amount to 150 billion yuan.
On December 25, the Development and Reform Commission also issued the "Approval of the Feasibility Study Report on the New Baotou to Yinchuan High Speed Rail Baotou to Huinong Section (Including the Yinchuan to Bayanhot Special Branch Line)" and the "Feasibility Study Report on the Newly Built Shenyang to Baihe High-speed Railway" The approvals and the approval of the feasibility study report of the newly built Jiangxi Ruijin Civil Airport Project involved funds of 54.63 billion yuan, 72.291 billion yuan and 1.66 billion yuan, respectively.
In response to the end of the year, the Development and Reform Commission approved more concentrated in the field of rail transit, Tang Chuan, expert bank expert and research director of 360 Finance PPP Research Center, said in an interview with Securities Daily reporters yesterday that the next year will be the end of the "13th Five-Year Plan". This year, so this year and the next two years are the completion stages of the "13th Five-Year" modern comprehensive transportation system development plan, the "13th Five-Year Plan" for railway development, and the medium and long-term railway network plan. In addition, the "National New Urbanization Plan (2014-2020)" and "Several Opinions on Promoting the Integrated Development of Transportation and Tourism" also proposed that by 2020, the ordinary railway network will cover more than 200,000 population cities, and the rapid railway network It basically covers cities with a population of 500,000 or more, and basically forms the requirements of a “fast forward” and “slow travel” tourist transportation infrastructure network. Therefore, under the multi-tasking index, railway projects will inevitably enter the peak period of construction and development this year and next.
On December 29, Xu Guangrui, Executive Dean of the National Future Science and Technology Research Institute, said in an interview with the Securities Daily that from the approval of the Development and Reform Commission, there were two bright spots. First, infrastructure projects pay more attention to complementing shortcomings and benefiting the people's livelihood. On the one hand, they are making efforts to build a strong transportation country. On the one hand, they will build a "one-hour traffic circle" for metropolitan areas, integrated traffic engineering in metropolitan areas, and new infrastructure for smart transportation. Increase investment in urban and rural areas, including hardening of rural roads, improvement of village appearance and village appearance, garbage and sewage treatment, urban underground pipe networks, and reconstruction of old communities; the second is to lay the foundation for future development, including new foundations with new technologies as the main direction Facilities have become a new growth point in the investment field this year, and policies and measures have been introduced to encourage the rapid deployment of new digital infrastructure and the innovation and application of new technologies.
Regarding which areas the infrastructure projects will focus on next year, Wang Qing, chief macro analyst of Dongfang Jincheng, said in an interview with reporters yesterday that the acceleration of infrastructure investment in 2020 may be mainly reflected in three areas. "The project still has some room for growth, but it is mainly inclined to some strategic and network-oriented transportation infrastructure. The phenomenon of blooming everywhere will not occur, and the investment growth will be relatively modest. Secondly, the investment growth of "new infrastructure" represented by 5G, industrial Internet, municipal pipe network, urban parking lot, and cold chain logistics will accelerate significantly. In this aspect, the investment of social capital is the largest. The key is to further improve the investment environment including market access. Finally, with the background of the poverty alleviation battle entering a decisive year, a number of rural infrastructure supplementary shortfall projects may become an important one. Power points, such as rural roads, information, water conservancy and other infrastructure construction.