Beijing invests heavily in Huilongguan and Tiantongyuan areas

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Beijing will invest about 34.2 billion yuan in a total of 80 major projects in its densely populated Huilongguan and Tiantongyuan communities in the northern Changping district, according to plans released on May 25 by the Beijing Municipal Commission of Development and Reform.

The major projects cover areas of education, transportation, health and elderly care, sports and greening, infrastructure, social governance, as well as urban renewal. Thirty-four of the projects are scheduled to be put into operation by the end of the year. 

To economically invigorate the areas, Beijing plans to build "one ecological development axis, one development vitality belt, and two corridors for science and technology innovation and industrial service."

In addition, in a drive to promote the development of the areas' health and medicine industry, the plan also outlines the construction of a national-level laboratory's core zone and the operation of a brain science research center. Special events will be organized to facilitate business incubation and achievement transformation. More efforts will be made to improve the utilization efficiency of commercial facilities in the areas.

A batch of newly-built schools and kindergartens will be put into use, which could enroll 4,140 students, contributing to the areas' high-quality education development.

The second phase of the construction of the Beijing Jishuitan Hospital's Huilongguan branch will be completed within the year. One community health center will be put into use and three others will see their construction advanced. 

More measures will be taken to improve public cultural services, upgrade sports venues and facilities, and better take care of the elderly, the disabled, and infants.

The areas will also see the construction of 12 arterial roads beginning this year. Finally, in a bid to improve living conditions, eight green park spaces will be opened to the public, and 22 old residential communities will be renovated.

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