Almost 400 million people -- that’s more than the U.S. population -- will travel by train over the Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival.
Among the projects are three new developments from Merlin Entertainments, including two brands making their first appearance in China.
The move into Japan underscores a recent push by Didi to beef up its presence in markets outside China and intensifies the firm's global battle with U.S. rival Uber.
With a total fleet size of over 43,500 buses, taxis and rental vehicles, CDG also has operations in China.
Both Meituan-Dianping and Mobike have both rolled out their ride-hailing service.
Busbud's website has about 3 million unique monthly visitors from 100+ countries, with more than 1,300 partner operators, and offers ticket booking via its Android and iOS apps.
The company said this service will be launched in Europe during the course of 2018.
Berlin-based Blacklane has raised $40-45 million from AL Fahim, Daimler and btov Partners.
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