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Old March 30th, 2012, 04:52 AM   #281
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8 minutes to 3 minutes is awesome. Waiting for the subway sucks.
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Old March 31st, 2012, 04:33 AM   #282
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The interval of 8 minutes was at the very beginning of the line when there've been just 5 stations from Futian Checkpoint to Children's palace. After the extension opened to Qinghu it was shortened step by step because during rush hour it was literally packed up to the roof with lots of delays in the morning as the doors couldn't close anymore.
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City planning first tramcar

City planning first tramcar

SHENZHEN officials are planning the city’s first tramcar, or trolley, in the Sungang-Qingshuihe area of northwest Luohu District, according to draft redevelopment plans for the area.
Once the biggest public warehousing area in Shenzhen, Sungang-Qingshuihe has seen its development strained by low-efficiency use of its old factories and warehouses, a backward transportation system and profusion of low-level industries.
The tramcar is expected to run on abandoned rail lines in the area, passing roads including Bao’an North Road, Liyuan Road and Lirui Road, the Daily Sunshine reported yesterday.
In addition to providing convenient transportation for shopping and other leisure activities, the tramcar’s introduction will be intended to preserve historical and cultural sites in the area as part of the overall redevelopment, the city’s urban planning, land and resources commission said.
However, tramcars will not become a major means of public transportation in the area, which will be turned into an international commercial center, a creative enterprise hub and an urban leisure area. The redeveloped area will cover 12 million square meters and house 220,000 residents, according to plans.
The planned Metro lines 7 and 9 will pass through the area and are expected to start running in 2015.
Inter-city railways connecting Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong also will pass through the area. Residents will be able to reach the center of the area without driving thanks to the combination of tramcars, buses, and Metro and railway trains, the Daily Sunshine said.
The city’s draft plans also include 40,000 new parking spots, mainly in newly built facilities. Five public parking facilities are planned for the area, along with cycling and walking tracks.
An international request for plan proposals was conducted in 2010 and generated 82 applications from around the world.(Martin Li)

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Old April 18th, 2012, 06:44 PM   #284
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Bike rental comes to Metro
2012-April-13 08:53
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SHENZHEN Fanqi Bicycle Rental Service plans to set up 30 rental stations at 15 Metro stops between Caopu and Shuanglong, the elevated section of the Longgang Line, before the end of May.

Residents and commuters can pay a monthly rental fee of 30 yuan (US$4.76) after a 200-yuan deposit for the bikes, which can be folded and kept in lockers at the stations.

The first 10 rental stations will be finished this month. Registered members can also rent bicycles at the company’s leasing outlets in Tian’an Cyber City in Futian District, and Xili and Baishizhou in Nanshan.

“The service targets commuters living in villages and communities that aren’t covered by bus or Metro services. It solves commuters’ difficulty with the last kilometer on the way to work,” said Fanqi manager Jiang Xibo.

A Paibang Village resident surnamed Zhou praised the service.

“It’s cheap, convenient, environmentally friendly and good for health. It will benefit those who live in villages and have a hard time catching buses,” Zhou said.

Some residents have suggested that Fanqi provide tandem bicycles, which pairs of residents could ride on greenways for leisure.
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Old May 3rd, 2012, 05:03 AM   #285
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Work on Metro Line 11 starts
2012-April-24 08:53
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THE work on Shenzhen Metro Line 11 that connects central Futian District and Songgang in Bao’an District was launched in Qianhai, Nanshan District on Friday.

When the line is completed, it will take only 50 minutes to get from Futian central area to Songgang by Metro. The 51.2-km main line goes through Futian Transport Hub, Chegongmiao, Zhuzilin, Shenzhen Bay, Bao’an central area, Shenzhen airport and Shajing.

The line connects the urban central area with the western region and also acts as the airport express, connecting Futian, Nanshan and Bao’an districts.

The launch of Metro Line 11 also marked the start of massive infrastructure projects in the Qianhai area.

The projects include Qianhai Transport Hub, 2.2-km Guimiao River corridor, a 6.6-km coastal leisure belt and road projects.

Qianhai Transport Hub, which covers 19.5 hectares, is a convergence of Metro lines 1, 5, 11 and Guangzhou-Shenzhen intercity line and Shenzhen-Hong Kong rail line. With a construction area of 1.22 million square meters, it will have office buildings, hotels, shopping plazas and apartment buildings.

In the third phase of Shenzhen Metro projects, lines 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11, which cover 170 kilometers and 101 stations, will take the total length of the Metro network to 341 kilometers when completed in 2016.
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Old May 18th, 2012, 07:07 AM   #286
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SZ Metro to link with Huizhou, Dongguan

SHENZHEN Metro lines 6 and 11, which are in planning stages, will connect with the R1 and R3 lines in Dongguan, and either the Longgang Line or lines 12 or 14 will connect with Huizhou, according to a pact signed at a joint conference of the three cities in Huizhou on Wednesday.

The pact stipulates that a team led by the Shenzhen government will be established to coordinate the border rail projects.

Metro Line 11 will provide an express link from Futian’s CBD to Shenzhen airport. Metro Line 6 will link the airport with the Longhua and Guangming new areas.

The coordination team will make preliminary studies of the feasibility of linking Longgang Line, or lines 12 or 14, to Huizhou’s rail system.

The Longgang Line will be extended to the Pingdi and Kengzi areas in Longgang District, under future plans that also include the link with Huizhou. The projects are expected to further facilitate integration of the three cities.

For tourism integration, Shenzhen and Huizhou agree to jointly develop island resources in Daya Bay, including construction of a Daya Bay coastal tourism zone. The two cities will jointly develop Sanmen Island and open a sea route linking Dapeng Peninsula in Shenzhen with Xunliao Bay in Huizhou.(Han Ximin)



“Shenzhen has built or renovated eight expressways linking with Huizhou and Dongguan, and the construction of six other border roads is progressing smoothly,” Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin said at the joint conference.

According to the pact, Shenzhen will facilitate construction of Danping Expressway to link with Dongshen Road in Dongguan.

Source: Shenzhen Daily http://szdaily.sznews.com/html/2012-...nt_2048301.htm
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Old May 22nd, 2012, 10:58 AM   #287
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Nice to see these new lines under construction. Is there a map showing how they will go?
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Old May 28th, 2012, 03:57 AM   #288
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FUTIAN Station and the Guangdong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong high-speed rail will be completed within the year, authorities said.

Futian Station, at the intersection of Yitian Road and Shennan Boulevard with three stories underground, will be the only underground railway station in a central business district, or CBD, on the Chinese mainland.

The 2,412-km high-speed rail line starts in Guangzhou and ends in West Kowloon in Hong Kong. The 26-km Hong Kong section will be finished by 2015.
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Old June 7th, 2012, 05:20 PM   #289
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from ditiezu.com by tana10201
Design scheme for Qiaocheng East Depot

it is the one more near to the sea.
the one across the road (upper one) is Zhuzilin Depot which is operating.

Qiaocheng East Depot will be mainly covered by a park.


under the park

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Old June 7th, 2012, 11:41 PM   #290
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That's an awesome looking render.
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Old June 8th, 2012, 05:37 PM   #291
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SZ Metro to link with Huizhou, Dongguan

SHENZHEN Metro lines 6 and 11, which are in planning stages, will connect with the R1 and R3 lines in Dongguan, and either the Longgang Line or lines 12 or 14 will connect with Huizhou, according to a pact signed at a joint conference of the three cities in Huizhou on Wednesday.

The pact stipulates that a team led by the Shenzhen government will be established to coordinate the border rail projects.

Metro Line 11 will provide an express link from Futian’s CBD to Shenzhen airport. Metro Line 6 will link the airport with the Longhua and Guangming new areas.

The coordination team will make preliminary studies of the feasibility of linking Longgang Line, or lines 12 or 14, to Huizhou’s rail system.

The Longgang Line will be extended to the Pingdi and Kengzi areas in Longgang District, under future plans that also include the link with Huizhou. The projects are expected to further facilitate integration of the three cities.

For tourism integration, Shenzhen and Huizhou agree to jointly develop island resources in Daya Bay, including construction of a Daya Bay coastal tourism zone. The two cities will jointly develop Sanmen Island and open a sea route linking Dapeng Peninsula in Shenzhen with Xunliao Bay in Huizhou.(Han Ximin)



“Shenzhen has built or renovated eight expressways linking with Huizhou and Dongguan, and the construction of six other border roads is progressing smoothly,” Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin said at the joint conference.

According to the pact, Shenzhen will facilitate construction of Danping Expressway to link with Dongshen Road in Dongguan.

Source: Shenzhen Daily http://szdaily.sznews.com/html/2012-...nt_2048301.htm
See, as much as people like to believe, there are internal politics and organisation which needs to be structured, and not all is organised by the central government.

Good on the local cities to see them increase partnership and throughrouting of metro lines. It's going to be bigger than the Tokyo-Yokohama tie up in the Pearl Delta region.
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Old June 15th, 2012, 05:39 AM   #292
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New terminal to ease CBD traffic

New terminal to ease CBD traffic

SHENZHEN’S transport commission is nearly ready to open a public parking and transportation terminal that connects with Minle Station of the Metro’s Longhua Line.
The terminal covers 73,000 square meters and includes 1,014 parking places for private cars and 19 for buses. It only takes about three minutes to walk to the terminal from Minle Station.
“The terminal will be put into use soon after the final inspection,” said a commission construction official surnamed Zhang.
The terminal is expected to greatly relieve congestion in Futian’s central business district, or CBD, by reducing the number of vehicles entering Futian from Longhua, Zhang said.
The commission also installed two parking areas for bicycles at the Meilin Checkpoint, to provide park-and-ride options for two-wheeled commuters.
“Residents within 5 kilometers of Meilin Checkpoint can bicycle there, then shift to Metro trains or buses,” Zhang said.
The new terminal also includes 10,000 square meters for buses, with six slots for departures and seven for arrivals.
In addition, the commission built a broad taxi area — with eight spots each for pick-ups and drop-offs, and 72 parking places for taxis — to help passengers transfer from green cabs to red cabs at Meilin Checkpoint.
“I’ll consider parking my car at the terminal to take the Metro to work in Futian if the parking fee is cheap or free. That would save me a lot of time by avoiding traffic jams, and would solve the parking difficulty for me in the CBD area,” said a resident surnamed Li who lives in Longhua and works in Futian.

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Are they really building a big parking garage in Futian?
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Are they really building a big parking garage in Futian?
not in Futian. in Longhua but just next to the gateway entering into Futian and the border between Longhua and Futian..
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Old June 21st, 2012, 05:02 AM   #295
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Metro plans

Good news, in my opinion concerning the planning of metro line 8.

Metro plans

METRO Line 8, connecting Liantang in Luohu with Xiaomeisha in Yantian, will be extended eastward to Dapeng New Area to promote coastal tourism, Dapeng management committee director He Yongzhi said Tuesday. The entire line is in planning stages.
The city government has agreed to the rail project, which could be added to the city’s overall transportation development plan as early as 2015, He said.
The 30.5-km Line 8 might adopt magnetic-propulsion technologies and includes plans for 17 stations.

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Tram considered to link airport, Metro

THE city’s rail construction office is considering a tram to ferry passengers between the Terminal 3 (T3) building of Shenzhen International Airport and the Airport East Station of Metro Line 1.
Bao’an District officials were quoted by yesterday’s Shenzhen Evening News as saying that the tram’s construction could be divided into two phases. The first route would link the terminal with the Metro, and the second route would link the Shenzhen airport with the Shajing Subdistrict center.
The tram would operate like a regular bus, providing convenience to passengers and residents, the Evening News reported.
The airport authority said the size of terminal buildings will be tripled when the T3 building opens during the 2013 Spring Festival. Three Metro lines, two intercity rails and three expressways will be connected with the airport area.
A development plan for the Sungang-Qingshuihe area, jointly released by the city’s planning authority and Luohu District Government, said the area plans to introduce tram service connecting with Metro stations in the future.
Metro lines 7 and 9 will provide service to the area, with three stations.
Construction of Metro Line 7 started late last year. The line will open by the end of 2015, with Honglingbei, Sungan and Honghu stations serving the Sungang-Qingshuihe area. Metro Line 9, from Xiasha to Shenzhen Railway Station, will connect with Metro Line 7 at Honglingbei Station.
Zhao Penglin, head of Shenzhen’s rail construction office, said tram service is necessary for the city’s development. A resident surnamed Lin said tram service at Shenzhen’s airport would greatly reduce the time needed to get from the Metro to a flight.
“It now takes 10 minutes to walk to the T2 building and much more time to the T3 building. If tram service is introduced, it would save a lot of time and bring a lot of convenience,” Lin said.



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SZ Metro to link with Huizhou, Dongguan

SHENZHEN Metro lines 6 and 11, which are in planning stages, will connect with the R1 and R3 lines in Dongguan, and either the Longgang Line or lines 12 or 14 will connect with Huizhou, according to a pact signed at a joint conference of the three cities in Huizhou on Wednesday.

The pact stipulates that a team led by the Shenzhen government will be established to coordinate the border rail projects.

Metro Line 11 will provide an express link from Futian’s CBD to Shenzhen airport. Metro Line 6 will link the airport with the Longhua and Guangming new areas.

The coordination team will make preliminary studies of the feasibility of linking Longgang Line, or lines 12 or 14, to Huizhou’s rail system.

The Longgang Line will be extended to the Pingdi and Kengzi areas in Longgang District, under future plans that also include the link with Huizhou. The projects are expected to further facilitate integration of the three cities.

For tourism integration, Shenzhen and Huizhou agree to jointly develop island resources in Daya Bay, including construction of a Daya Bay coastal tourism zone. The two cities will jointly develop Sanmen Island and open a sea route linking Dapeng Peninsula in Shenzhen with Xunliao Bay in Huizhou.(Han Ximin)



“Shenzhen has built or renovated eight expressways linking with Huizhou and Dongguan, and the construction of six other border roads is progressing smoothly,” Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin said at the joint conference.

According to the pact, Shenzhen will facilitate construction of Danping Expressway to link with Dongshen Road in Dongguan.

Source: Shenzhen Daily http://szdaily.sznews.com/html/2012-...nt_2048301.htm
So the SZ subway system will have interchanges with the urban rail systems of three other cities in the future? (including HK, of course).
Could that be a world record?
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City to spend 48b yuan on 3 Metro lines

SHENZHEN Metro Co. signed a package of 15 contracts at a ceremony at Wuzhou Guest House on Tuesday, marking the official start of the build-and-transfer projects for Metro lines 7, 9 and 11.
According to the contracts, China Railway Group, Sinohydro Group and China State Construction Engineering Corp. will be responsible for funding the three lines, which Shenzhen Municipal Government will purchase from those contractors after the projects are finished.
Construction of the 30-km Line 7, from Lishui Road in Nanshan District to Tai’an in Luohu District, is expected to cost 16 billion yuan (US$2.51 billion). Adding associated costs for the line, which will have 28 stations, raises that figure to 24.1 billion yuan.
Metro Line 9, a regional line linking Shenzhen Bay in Nanshan with Wenjindu in Luohu, is expected to cost 12 billion yuan under the build-and-transfer, or BT, contract. Line 11 will cover the city’s west by running through Futian, Nanshan and Bao’an districts, and will be built by China Railway Group. It’s the largest BT project in China’s transportation industry, with investments estimated at 20 billion yuan, a total length of 51.7 kilometers and 17 stations. The line will start in the center of Futian District and end in Songgang, Bao’an District.
Shenzhen Metro and the three contractors plan to accelerate preparatory work for construction of the three lines.
The city plans a total of five new lines in the third phase of Metro network construction, which is expected to be finished in 2016. The city’s Metro network will cover 348 kilometers when the five lines — also including Metro lines 6 and 8 — are finished. The five lines are expected to cost a total of 80 billion yuan.

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So the SZ subway system will have interchanges with the urban rail systems of three other cities in the future? (including HK, of course).
Could that be a world record?
Well, I'd say that there will be no urban rail system in Huizhou in the near future. At least I haven't read or heard anything about it. I guess the Line 12 or 14 will just be connected to an ordinary train station there.
Even if it would have an interchange to both of the neighbouring cities I do not know if this would be a world record! I am just thinking about cities like Tokyo, London or Shanghai which might also be connected to surrounding cities/towns.
Also in my hometown, Nuremberg, the subway is running to Furth and might be extended to smaller cities like Zirndorf (approx. population ~ 25.000) or Stein (approx. population ~ 15.000). So this could be a world record as well!?!
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Metro turnover

SHENZHEN Metro trains carry an average of 2.07 million passengers a day, about 21.3 percent of the city’s total public transportation passengers, Shenzhen’s transport commission said yesterday, on the eve of the anniversary of the full opening of five Metro lines.
The city’s public transportation system handles about 9.69 million passengers a day, of which buses carry about 6.49 million, or 67 percent of the total. Luobao Line, or Line 1, is the Metro’s busiest, with a turnover of 807,400 passengers a day, while Shekou Line, or Line 2, had the lowest turnover, of 247,500 passengers a day.
The opening of the Metro lines strengthened the capacity of city buses. A total of 130 bus routes are linked with Metro stations and it’s easy to find Metro stations within 100 meters of many bus stops along the existing 589 bus routes, the commission said.

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