China’s Megalopolis’s Momentum Back on Track: Youngsters Choosing Beijing Cities for Living


Published Date : Jul 30, 2015

With growing number of youngsters relocating to Beijing cities, China’s megalopolis has gathered momentum, yet again. China has planned a well-articulated megalopolis to revamp its economy in the Northern region.

China is well known for its dynamic construction industry. Economic developments, infrastructural advancements and architectural innovations has helped China boost its construction industry. Thanks to the constant financial support from the government towards the construction industry, China is able to support economic growth. Since past few years, China has maintained its position of being the leader in global construction industry.

Latest technology construction equipment has always been the trademark for steepening growth of China’s construction industry. Residential construction is the leading sector in the construction industry of China. The residential construction sector is well-supported by urbanization, developments in the regional economic conditions and high employment rate. Youngsters choose regions around Beijing for fulfilling their living and work needs. This is because of the combined growth of the regions like Beijing, Hebei and Tianji, which has further led to new growth points for many residents’ hometowns. Thanks to the developments in transportation, three regions Jing-Jin-Ji (Jing for Beijing, Jin for Tianjin, Ji for Hebei) are easily interconnected.

Where Beijing is recognized as a political, diplomatic, cultural, and innovative hub, Tianjin is famous as the hub for experimental research and development, finance, global shipping, and economic reform. Hebei with industry transformations, is gearing up to be the center for logistics. Building a super-city always needs architectural support and infrastructure construction, which is what China’s construction industry is known for.

Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport, on July 20, publicized its proposal to support the construction industry by upgrading their existing road construction sector. Furthermore, with high-speed rails running at an average speed of around 240km to 300km per hour, people can commute between cities in no time.