CR estimates more than 400 million passengers will travel on its trains over a 40-day peak period between January and March this year.
China had more than 131,000 kilometers of rail tracks in operation as of the end of 2018, with high-speed railroads making up around 22%.
Paperless train travel currently being trialed in Hainan is going to be expanded across the country.
Both parties will jointly innovate and cooperate on car travel, membership services, financial insurance, blockchain technologies and other fields.
Since late August, Google was reportedly in talks to acquire the company for $30-40 million.
China's high-speed rail network is currently 25,000 kilometers long and accounts for more than 60% of the world's total.
BlaBlaCar has raised $449.6 million in funding to date.
The Shenzhen-based company has ramped up efforts to promote the digitalization of China's public transport sector, and is working with local governments, bus and subway companies to promote its QR code payment.
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