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Old April 25th, 2015, 02:33 AM   #741
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more Line 1/Luobao Line new rolling stocks
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Old April 26th, 2015, 10:16 AM   #742
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Didn't hear any delays, so I assume they will open as planned.
Hi ccdk (and all),

I'm working on a big future China metro map project - check it out:
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This is a fairly complicated project - please check out the project page here on SSC with all the details and info (post #24):
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post123412150

I need help finding the official map-accurate plan images of the future metro lines, similar to what you posted above. I also need help adding these officially planned lines to the map.

Could you help or do you know anyone else who could lend a hand? If you can read Chinese, I also posted in the Chinese language sub-forum:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1813459

Please let me know if you're interested in contributing! All updates to the project will be made available in these forums!
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Old April 26th, 2015, 11:52 AM   #743
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People in Macau and Zhuhai who want to fly on long-distance international flights should divert by ferry to HKIA for a transit.
Not ferry. Slow, subject to weather.

And if they do take a ferry, why HKIA rather than SZX?

What would be the better airport on western side of Pearl - Foshan or Zhuhai?

When should Zhuhai Airport Railway Station open?
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Old April 26th, 2015, 12:13 PM   #744
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Didn't hear any delays, so I assume they will open as planned.
I even read that part of line 11 may open by the end of current year. That would be good news, especially taking into account other Chinese cities are lagging behind.
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Old April 26th, 2015, 05:45 PM   #745
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Not ferry. Slow, subject to weather.

And if they do take a ferry, why HKIA rather than SZX?

What would be the better airport on western side of Pearl - Foshan or Zhuhai?

When should Zhuhai Airport Railway Station open?
The ferries plying the Pearl River Delta are not slow, they are actually faster than going by road from point-to-point and run in most weather conditions that planes would be able to take-off in.
Foshan Airport will most likely close after Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport completes the latest round of expansions (should be before 2020), the airport railway link for Zhuhai should open around the same time as well (I don't believe it is currently u/c however).
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Old May 23rd, 2015, 01:23 PM   #746
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Old May 24th, 2015, 05:25 AM   #747
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Not ferry. Slow, subject to weather.

And if they do take a ferry, why HKIA rather than SZX?
Probably because HKIA is far more developed as an international transport hub?
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Old July 6th, 2015, 07:07 PM   #748
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Line 11/Airport Line's first rollingstock, 8 coaches (2 first class, 6 standard class)
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Old July 16th, 2015, 07:14 PM   #749
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Shenzhen light rail PPP contract awarded
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A consortium of Shenzhen Metro Group and China Railway Construction Investment Group has secured a build-operate-transfer PPP contract for the inaugural light rail project in Shenzhen, an 11.9km 1435mm-gauge line in the northern Longhua district

The line comprises a 9.2km section from Longhua station on metro Line 4, following the metro as far as Qinghu. The line then continues north along Meilong Avenue and Dahe Road to Huanguan South Road, where a 2.7km Yuangang diverges. The line continues north along Dahe Road, serving Jinxiang Industrial Park before terminating at an interchange with the northern extension of metro Line 4 in Guanlan

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Old September 30th, 2015, 11:10 PM   #750
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First rolling stock of Airport Line arrived in Songgang Depot
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Old October 2nd, 2015, 05:29 PM   #751
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est opening date?
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Old October 6th, 2015, 05:15 PM   #752
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Looks the same with Suzhou tram.

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Old October 7th, 2015, 03:33 AM   #753
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Looks the same with Suzhou tram.
I think that's just a stock photo.
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Old October 13th, 2015, 03:05 AM   #754
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mid 2016
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Old October 13th, 2015, 05:18 PM   #755
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Looks the same with Suzhou tram.
I think the same saiho said. I remember a photo of a tram intended for Luxembourg which had a familiar background.

It seems they have adjusted their short term plans, as now there will be a branch of line 9 to Haishang Shijie and line 2 will run all the way to Yantian in place of line 8. Or at least that is what appears in this map. They should extend the Eastern end line 9 to Huangbeiling in order to avoid a hanging end.
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Old October 13th, 2015, 10:16 PM   #756
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this map. They should extend the Eastern end line 9 to Huangbeiling in order to avoid a hanging end.
Line 8 was massively adjusted after the whole maglev debacle. So Line 2 was extended and into Line 8 and the rest of line 8 will be built as a Chongqing-sque monorail.
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Old October 14th, 2015, 05:44 AM   #757
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Great News!
http://szdaily.sznews.com/html/2015-...nt_3357473.htm

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IT’S hard to imagine Shenzhen without gas-powered buses, but the city is trying to do that. All public buses in Shenzhen will be replaced by electric buses within three years, while over 20,000 recharging poles for e-vehicles will be set up by the end of 2015.

Mayor Xu Qin made the remarks while accompanying a delegation of dozens of leaders of Hong Kong’s social groups during a visit to the Qianhai and Shekou area of the Guangdong Pilot Free Trade Zone, and a number of Shenzhen-based companies including BYD and Huawei on Monday.

“BYD is leading production and sales of new-energy cars in China by taking 30 percent of market shares nationwide,” said Xu.

He added Shenzhen plans to replace public buses with e-buses in three years to improve the city’s air quality and reduce carbon emissions.

BYD chairman Wang Chuanfu said 3,600 e-buses made by the company will be ready to hit the road in Shenzhen by the end of the year and he hopes Shenzhen will be the first city to achieve zero-carbon emissions from public buses.

Wang said the company’s next goal will be replacing taxis, garbage trucks and private cars with electric vehicles.

In the latest move, the city’s transport commission said yesterday Shenzhen will lift purchase restrictions for e-cars, which means residents will not have to apply for license plate quotas for electricity-powered vehicles, which are required for fuel-powered vehicles.

Shenzhen announced a restriction requiring prospective cars buyers to acquire license plates by lottery or auction at the end of December last year.

While Shenzhen is accelerating the use of new energy vehicles, it is also building recharging facilities.

According to the government work plan, the city will build 1,978 quick-charging poles, 21,750 slow-charging poles and 109 recharging stations by the end of 2015, which will be able to power over 20,000 electric vehicles.

The State Council recently issued guidelines for beefing up the country’s recharging service for e-cars.

The guidelines said that a recharging system is expected to be set up before 2020 to satisfy the needs of over 5 million electric vehicles in the country.

According to the guidelines, newly built residential estates should equip all parking places with recharging poles, while public buildings and public parking lots should have charging poles installed next to at least 10 percent of parking places.

The guidelines also encourage recharging service providers to adopt innovative business models by using the Internet, while local governments are supposed to support power grids for recharging facilities as part of the local power distribution networks.
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Old October 15th, 2015, 11:37 PM   #758
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I think the same saiho said. I remember a photo of a tram intended for Luxembourg which had a familiar background.

It seems they have adjusted their short term plans, as now there will be a branch of line 9 to Haishang Shijie and line 2 will run all the way to Yantian in place of line 8. Or at least that is what appears in this map. They should extend the Eastern end line 9 to Huangbeiling in order to avoid a hanging end.
just to clarify...
-Line 9 Sea World Branch is a part of Line 12 and initially will be operated with Line 9
-And the east end of Line 9... there is a underground water tank blocking the extension opportunity for metro
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Old December 16th, 2015, 05:38 PM   #759
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Binhai section reopens

THE lanes of Binhai Boulevard, which were closed for Metro Line 9 construction, will be restored this month, the Metro project contractor said. The tunnel for Metro Line 9 was completed in November and the power supply system will be completed by the end of the month. The line will be put into operation before the end of 2016. It has an interchange station with Line 11 at Hongshuwan South Station.
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Old December 31st, 2015, 03:15 PM   #760
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High speed station opens in Shenzhen
31 Dec 2015



CHINA: A further 15 km section of the Guangzhou – Shenzhen – Hong Kong high speed line was opened for revenue service on December 29, when China Railway Corp extended its high speed services from Shenzhen North to Futian, close to Shenzhen’s central business district and the border with the Hong Kong special administrative region.

Described as ‘the largest underground station in Asia’, occupying an area of around 1 000 by 80 m, Futian station has three sub-surface levels. The eight high speed platforms are located 32 m below ground. Of these, four are designated for use by domestic inter-city trains and four for cross-border services to-and from Hong Kong. The station is served by Shenzhen metro lines 1 and 2, and provision has been included for the future airport rail link, designated as Line 11

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