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Old December 28th, 2017, 01:50 PM   #2581
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Second metro line opens in Hefei
The second metro line in Hefei was opened for revenue service on December 26, exactly a year after the first route in the capital of Anhui Province was inaugurated.

Running entirely underground, the 37·8 km east-west Line 2 links Nangang to Sanshibu. There are 24 stations, including an interchange with Line 1 at Dadongmen.

Electrified at 1·5 kV DC with overhead catenary, Line 2 is operated by a fleet of six-car Type B trainsets running at a maximum speed of 80 km/h. Test running on the route had started on December 6. Services are initially operating from 06.00 to 22.00, with a 5˝ min headway at peak times and off-peak intervals of 7 min.

A 14·2 km eastern extension of Line 2 with 10 stations is currently in development; of this the outermost 6·8 km would be elevated. A northern extension of the 29 km Line 1 is already under construction. Three more lines with a combined length of 119 km and 96 stations are expected to open in 2019 and 2020. In the longer-term, Hefei is hoping to complete an eight-line network totalling more than 300 route-km.


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Old December 29th, 2017, 09:21 PM   #2582
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Guangzhou opens 82km of new metro lines
December 29, 2017

GUANGZHOU’s metro network reached 390.6km on December 28 with the start of trial passenger operation on three new lines and an extension of the existing Line 4.

The initial 20.1km section of the east-west Line 9 from Fei'eling to Gaozeng serves 11 stations, including an interchange with main line services at Guangzhou North Station.

Line 13 runs east for 27km from an interchange with Line 5 at Yuzhu to Xinsha, serving densely-populated areas of Liwan, Yuexiu, and Tianhe. The line is the first in the city to use eight-car type A metro trains, which operate at up to 100km/h. Each 186m-long, 3m-wide train accommodates up to 3456 passengers.

To the northeast of the city, the initial 21.9km section of Line 14 from Xinhe to Zhenlong serves 10 stations. CBTC for the new line was supplied by the Thales Saic Transportation joint venture.

Meanwhile, services on Line 4 have been extended from Jinzhou to Nansha Ferry Port, adding a new 12.6km section at the southern end of the line and providing connections with ferry services to Hong Kong.

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Old December 30th, 2017, 12:49 AM   #2583
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Passengers walk through the exit of the Huadu Moter City Subway Station in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, Dec. 28, 2017. Four new subway lines opened in Guangzhou on Thursday. Guangzhou now has 13 subway lines in all, covering a total length of 390.6 km.

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A mother takes care of her baby at the baby care room of Huadu Moter City Subway Station in Guangzhou, Dec. 28, 2017.

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Performers play the musical instruments on a subway train to celerate the opening of new subway lines in Guangzhou, Dec. 28, 2017.

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A passenger scans a QR code of mobile payment at the exit of the Huadu Moter City Subway Station in Guangzhou, Dec. 28, 2017.

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A staff member (R) directs passengers to enter the Huadu Square Subway Station in Guangzhou, Dec. 28, 2017.
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Old January 1st, 2018, 12:16 AM   #2584
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Line 1 of Xiamen metro system begins trail operation
2017-12-31 19:25:04

A train runs on a sea wall in Xiamen, southeast China's Fujian Province, Dec. 31, 2017. Line 1 of Xiamen metro system began its trail operation on Sunday.






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Old January 1st, 2018, 12:31 AM   #2585
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Beijing S1 Line, Yanfang Line


Combo photo taken on Dec. 30, 2017 shows the Raoyuefu Station (up) and Yanshan Station on Yanfang subway line in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 30, 2017. Yanfang line started trial operation on Saturday. Located in Beijing's southwest suburbs, the Yanfang Line is China's first fully domestically developed automated subway. It has nine stations on its 14.4-km main line, linking the areas of Yanshan and Fangshan. The line is expected to carry 70,000 passengers daily. (Xinhua/Luo Xiaoguang)





Passengers take photos at Yanshan station on Yanfang subway line

A maglev train arrives at Xiaoyuan station along Line S1

A train runs on the Line S1

A train arrives at Xingcheng station on the Yanfang Line

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Old January 1st, 2018, 08:51 PM   #2586
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Old January 2nd, 2018, 11:27 PM   #2587
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Some update-to-date statistics of China urban transport

https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/L3JX--Y1UNhXcLa8MTRgTQ

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total mileage reaches 5021.7km in 34 cities before Dec.31.2017

4 more cities (Shijiazhuang, Zhuhai, Guiyang, Xiamen)

Subway: 3881.8 km (77.3%)
Light rail: 233.4 km (4.6%)
Monorail: 98.5 km (2.0%)
Inner-city rapid rail transit: 501.8 km (10.0%)
Metrotram: 243.4 km (4.8%)
Meglev: 58.8km (1.2%)
APM: 4.0 km (0.1%)





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Old January 4th, 2018, 12:09 AM   #2588
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Second metro line opens in Nanning 03 Jan 2018
The second metro line in Nanning opened on December 28. Line 2 is 21 km long and serves 18 stations between Xijin in the north and Yudong in the south.
Interchanges with Line 1 are provided at Nanning railway station and Chaoyang Square. A depot at Anji north of Xijin stables 21 Type B trainsets. The 118·3 m long sets comprise four motor and two trailer cars. Services run at 5 min headways.
Construction started in 2013. A 6·3 km eastern extension from Yudong with five stations is scheduled to open in 2021.
Three more lines are under construction and a further three are at the planning stage.http://www.metro-report.com/news/new...n-nanning.html
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Old January 4th, 2018, 12:13 AM   #2589
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Chongqing adds two metro lines 03 Jan 2018
Two new metro lines were opened in Chongqing on December 28, bringing the city’s network to 164 route-km.

The first phase of Line 5 links Expo Garden Centre and Dalongshan on a 13·6 km alignment with nine stations including three interchanges. The end-to-end journey time is 21 min, and services run between 07.30 and 20.30 at average headways of 8 min. A fleet of eight six-car Type A trainsets is stabled at a depot in Dazhulin.

Line 5 is to be extended at both ends, bringing it to 70·1 km with 33 stations. Of the total route, 48·3 km would be underground, 20·5 km elevated and the rest at grade. The southern extension is due to open in 2019.

Line 10, also known as the Airport Line, runs for 34 km between Wangjiazhuang and Liyuchi, serving 19 stations, including Chongqing North railway station. Two stations at Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport serve terminals 2 and 3, with the station at Terminal 3 also offering interchange with Line 3.

Depots at Wangjiazhuang and Zhujiawan stable a fleet of six-car Type A trainsets, which would be lengthened to seven cars in the future. These have a maximum speed of 120 km/h, allowing an average line speed of 66 km/h.
Construction of Line 10 started in May 2014, and an eight-station southern extension from Liyuchi to Lanhualu is currently being built.

In 2018 two more metro lines are scheduled to open in Chongqing: Line 4 and the Loop Line.



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Old January 4th, 2018, 07:52 PM   #2590
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Guiyang metro opens
04 Jan 2018

CHINA: Guiyang became the 30th city in China with a metro when its first metro line was put into passenger service on December 28.
The 12·8 km Line 1 runs from Xiamaixi to Guiyang North railway station serving 10 stations. Construction was approved in April 2013 and started in October that year.

A southern extension from Guiyang North to Xiaomeng Industrial Park, due to open in late 2018, will add 21·5 km and 15 stations. When complete, Line 1 will be operated with 34 six-car trainsets, each with capacity for 2 064 passengers.

Construction of Line 2 started in September 2015. The 40·4 km line with 32 stations is due to open in two phases by 2020. Three further lines are at the planning stage.

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Old January 5th, 2018, 10:12 PM   #2591
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Shanghai expands metro network to 637km
SHANGHAI Metro started trial running on an extension to Line 9 and the new Line 17 on December 30 which has expanded the network to 637km and 387 stations, thereby maintaining its position as the world’s largest metro network.

The 13.8km phase 3 extension of Line 9 runs east from Yanggaozhong Road via Jinhai Road where it interchanges with Line 12 to Caolu and has nine underground stations.

Line 17 is a 34.7km partly elevated, partly underground line serving the western area of Shanghai and has 13 stations of which seven are underground. It runs from Hongqiao high-speed station, where it connects with lines 2 and 10, via Dianshan Avenue to Oriental Land. Trains will operate at five-minute intervals between Hongqiao and Dianshan Avenue during peak periods reducing to eight-minute intervals to Oriental Land.
Shanghai Metro says Line 17 is the first on the network to use a domestic automatic train operation with fully automatic driving functions and automatic door opening and closing. The trains have a self-diagnostic system to detect faults which should improve operating efficiency and reduce maintenance costs.
The Line 17 trains also have an inverter air-conditioning system to improve temperature control and LED lighting. The area for disabled passengers in wheelchairs is equipped with seat belts.

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Old January 5th, 2018, 10:14 PM   #2592
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Hangzhou metro Line 2 extends
A northern extension of Hangzhou metro Line 2 opened on December 27, adding 13·3 km.
The underground section from Gucui Road to Liangzhu serves 10 stations. A depot has been built at the new northern terminus.
The next section to open is envisaged to be Line 4, which is scheduled to be extended southwards by 11·2 km and eight stations this year. Line 1 would be extended by 11 km in 2019, the same year as Line 5 is scheduled to open. Three more lines are expected to follow in 2020.

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Old January 11th, 2018, 12:42 AM   #2593
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Suburban metro Line S9 opens in Nanjing
08 Jan 2018

Nanjing was not left out of the seasonal multitude of urban rail openings as 2017 drew to a close, with the inauguration of suburban metro Line S9 taking place on December 30.
Also known as the Nanjing–Gaochun Intercity Railway or Ninggao Intercity Railway, the route is 52·4 km long but only has six stations. Serving an area south of the city centre between Xiangyulunan and Gaochun, it operates between 06.00 and 22.00.
The route includes a 3·6 km underground section and 4·6 km at grade. A 12·7 km bridge that also carries a motorway and railway carries Line S9 over Shijiu Lake.
CRRC Nanjing Puzhen has supplied a fleet of 12 three-car Type B trainsets, which will be lengthened to four cars in the future. The rolling stock has a maximum speed of 120 km/h and draws power at 1·5 kV DC. A depot at Gaochun stables the trains.
Siemens has supplied its Trainguard MT signalling. CBTC, CCTV and passenger information data are carried over an LTE network supplied by TD Tech, which is jointly owned by Nokia and Huawei.


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Old January 11th, 2018, 12:46 AM   #2594
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Chengdu driverless metro contracts awarded
08 Jan 2018

Chengdu Railway Corp has awarded contracts for the supply of traction equipment and signalling for the first phase of Chengdu metro Line 9, which will be the city’s first driverless metro line. The two contracts are worth a total of €64m.
Line 9 Phase 1 is expected to open in 2020, and will serve 11 stations on a 22nbsp;km route. The fleet of 200 metro cars will have Optonix traction equipment supplied by Shanghai Alstom Transport Electrical Equipment Co and Chengdu Alstom Transport Electrical Equipment Co, with support from Xi’an Alstom Yongji Electric Equipment Co and Alstom’s Charleroi and Tarbes sites.
The second contract has been awarded to Alstom and CASCO and covers the supply of Urbalis CBTC signalling.


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Old January 11th, 2018, 12:48 AM   #2595
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China develops carbon fiber metro car
January 10, 2018

Chinese train car maker CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles announced that it has developed a metro train made of carbon fiber, which is more durable and energy saving. During the development of the new car, CRRC Changchun relied totally on its own technological innovation, thus owning the full intellectual rights of the new product.
The new metro car is 35 percent lighter than traditional metal ones, which can effectively improve its carrying capacity, save energy and operational cost, and reduce the wear and tear on the subway line.
As carbon fiber can better resist fatigue, corrosion, and UV radiation, subway cars made of such material are expected to have an operational life of at least 30 years, according to experts of CRRC Changchun. In addition, the thermal and sound insulation performance of carbon fiber is also better than traditional metal, which makes the new car more energy-saving and less noisy during operation.


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Old January 12th, 2018, 08:52 PM   #2596
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Hangzhou metro Line 4 extends 11 Jan 2018
A southern extension of Hangzhou metro Line 4 from Jinjiang to Puyan opened on January 9. The 11·2 km underground extension crosses the Qiantang River and serves seven stations, with one due to open at a later date.
Line 4 now runs 20·8 km from runs Pengbu to Puyan, serving 17 stations. A 23·9 km, 15-station northwestern extension from Pengbu to Zijingang Road is under construction, and is scheduled to open in 2021.
Three more lines are scheduled to open in 2019-20, to augment the three lines which are already operational. In 2022 Hangzhou will host the Asian Games, by when it is envisaged that the city will have a 10-line, 440 route-km network.

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