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Old January 9th, 2017, 04:41 PM   #721
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Luzhou proposes to construct new tram network:
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Old January 10th, 2017, 03:13 AM   #722
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Imagine suspended express monorails in the middle with one side for rechargable BRTs and the other side for bikes/e-bikes/scooters/unicyles ... maybe the haze in the background would not be half as bad.
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Old January 17th, 2017, 03:09 PM   #723
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In Shantou, the number of electric buses in service increased to 305:
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Old January 19th, 2017, 03:47 PM   #724
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Qingyuan fully replaced its diesel bus park with new electrobuses:
http://kb.southcn.com/content/2017-0..._163968534.htm

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Changzhi bus fleet now counts 500 electrobuses:
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In 2016, China increased its electric bus fleet to 116000 buses:
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Old January 25th, 2017, 12:47 AM   #728
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China is really going strong with electric buses. I believe this first generation will be largely unreliable, but as with other things new generations will dramatically improve.

I now have completed the 2016 (both Gregorian and Chinese years) metro openings. For the Rooster year the following lines are scheduled (for 2017 they also include the 'Undecimber 2016' openings):
Beijing: Line 25 West a.k.a. Yanhua-Fangshan (Yanhua) line and connecting section of Fangshan line, and line 26 a.k.a. line S1 a.k.a. Mentougou Maglev.
Changchun: Line 1, first full metro line (although line 4 can be considered as such if Shanghai line 8 and Wuhan line 1 are).
Chengdu: Line 4 extensions, 1st phase of line 10 and the full inner loop of line 7.
Chongqing: First phases of lines 4 and 10, and Northern sections of lines 0 (loop) and 5.
Dalian: Second phase of line 1 and line 2 to Haizhiyun. The other extension of line 2 (to the North station) and line R4 a.k.a. Jinzhou-Puwan line are delayed into 2018.
Foshan : The final section of the original line 1 a.k.a. Guangzhou-Foshan line. The trollface is due to the entire section (Yangang-Lijiao) being located in Guangzhou instead of Foshan.
Guangzhou: Line 4 South, Line 9 and first phase of line 13.
Guiyang: New metro. Line 1.
Hangzhou: Second phase of line 2 and line 4 South.
Hefei: Line 2.
Kunming: Line 3 and reopening of line 6.
Lanzhou: Not sure if opening in 2017. If so, line 1.
Nanchang: First phase of line 2.
Nanjing: First phase of line S3 a.k.a. Nanjing-He county (Ma'anshan, Anhui) line.
Nanning: Line 2.
Qingdao: First phases of lines 2 and 11.
Shanghai: Third phases of lines 8 (Automated people mover) and 9, and line 17. Notably I have my own "shanzhai Shanghai" named Dairon, which can be seen in the Fantasy Network Maps thread.
Shenyang: Second northern extension of line 2.
Shijiazhuang: New metro. Line 1.
Suzhou: Line 4.
Tianjin: Line 5 and South extensions of lines 1 (including reopening of Caijian Daxue-Shuangliu) and 6.
Wuhan: First phases of lines 7 and 8.
Xi'an: Line 4.
Xiamen: New metro. Line 1.

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610 new Yutong electrobuses arrived to Kaifeng, province of Henan. For the manufacturer, this is the largest bus order ever to be delievered:
http://www.find800.cn/2017/0205/107347.html
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Old March 11th, 2017, 09:51 PM   #732
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By 2020, China is set to double its metro systems from 3,300km in 2015, according to China's 13th 5-year plan.

http://finance.sina.com.cn/roll/2017...y7252466.shtml
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日前,国务院印发《“十三五”现代综合交通运输体系发展规划》显示,... 按照官方目标,到2020年城市轨道交通运营里程要比2015年(3300公里)增长近一倍。将完善优化超大、特大城市轨道交通网络,推进城区常住人口300万以上的城市轨道交通成网。加快建设大城市市域(郊)铁路,有效衔接大中小城市、新城新区和城镇。
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There are a dozen of 4th, 5th tier cities in Yunnan Province alone where trams are being built or plan to build soon. These cities are Mengzi, Qujin, Lijiang, Ruili, Chuxiong, Zhaotong, Wenshan, Mile, Gejiu, Baoshan, Luliang.

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开工建设曲靖、丽江、大理、瑞丽、楚雄、昭通、文山、弥勒、个旧、保山、陆良等城市轨道交通项目;确保滇南中心城市现代有轨电车示范线M1号线试运行。
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There are up to 163 cities with over a million inhabitants. But not all of them are in the same stage of metro planning. Here is the full list in decreasing population order (which more of less correlates to how known is the city).

Chongqing: In operation
Shanghai: In operation
Beijing: In operation
Guangzhou: In operation
Tianjin: In operation
Shenzhen: In operation
Wuhan: In operation
Hangzhou: In operation
Zhengzhou: In operation
Chengdu: In operation
Xi'an: In operation
Nanjing: In operation
Foshan: In operation
Dongguan: In operation
Shenyang: In operation
Shantou: Project
Harbin: In operation
Changchun: In operation
Qingdao: In operation
Xiamen: U/C
Shijiazhuang: U/C (opening soon)
Suzhou (Jiangsu): In operation
Hefei: In operation
Kunming: In operation
Nanning: In operation
Taiyuan: U/C
Jinan: U/C
Xuzhou: U/C
Shaoxing: U/C
Changsha: In operation
Changzhou: U/C
Ningbo: In operation
Yunfu: Nothing
Dalian: In operation
Nanchang: In operation
Guiyang: U/C
Huai'an: Planning
Linyi: Planning
Urumqi: U/C
Tangshan: Planning
Zibo: Project
Quanzhou: Planning
Baoding: Planning
Maoming: Nothing
Wuxi: In operation
Zhongshan: Project
Baotou: U/C
Nantong: U/C
Haikou: Project
Lanzhou: U/C
Yancheng: Planning
Putian: Nothing
Fuzhou (Fujian): In operation
Luoyang: U/C
Yangzhou: Project
Nanyang: Nothing
Lianyungang: Planning
Zaozhuang: Nothing
Fuyang: Project
Huizhou: Planning
Yantai: Project
Handan: Project
Wenzhou: U/C
Lu'an (not Liu'an): Nothing
Jieyang: Nothing
Ganzhou: Planning
Nanchong: Nothing
Suzhou (Anhui): Planning
Xiangyang: Nothing
Jining: Project
Guigang: Nothing
Weifang: Planning
Dazhou: Nothing
Hohhot: U/C
Taizhou (Jiangsu): Nothing
Suizhou: Nothing
Huainan: Project
Zhuhai: Project
Jilin Shi (City): Project
Anshan: Nothing
Wuhu: U/C
Zhanjiang: Planning
Suqian: Planning
Luzhou: Planning
Daqing: Planning
Qingyuan: Nothing
Chaozhou: Nothing
Liuzhou: Project
Jiaxing: Planning
Taizhou (Zhejiang): Nothing
Jiangmen: Nothing
Huzhou: Project
Zigong: Nothing
Mianyang: Planning
Bozhou: Nothing
Tai'an: Nothing
Datong: Planning
Bijie: Nothing
Suining: Nothing
Qinhuangdao: Planning
Changde: Nothing
Shangqiu: Nothing
Heze: Nothing
Xinyang: Nothing
Shangrao: Nothing
Weihai: Planning
Zhaoqing: Nothing
Qinzhou: Nothing
Neijiang: Nothing
Baoji: Planning
Bazhong: Nothing
Chifeng (a.k.a. Ulanhad): Project
Rizhao: Planning
Yibin: Nothing
Xining: Project
Fushun: Nothing
Yinchuan: Project
Yiyang: Nothing
Weinan: Nothing
Qiqihar: Nothing
Luohe: Nothing
Guilin: Nothing
Liaocheng: Nothing
Tianshui: Project
Leshan: Nothing
Laiwu: Nothing
Shiyan: Nothing
Dezhou: Nothing
Yichang: Project
Jinhua: Planning
Bengbu (not Bangbu): Planning
Yangjiang: Nothing
Meishan: Nothing
Yongzhou: Nothing
Anshun: Nothing
Kaifeng: Planning
Yichun: Nothing
Binzhou: Nothing
Yulin (Guangxi Zhuangzu): Planning
Hengyang: Nothing
Zhuzhou: Planning
Zhenjiang: Project
Fuzhou (Jiangxi): Nothing
Anyang: Nothing
Jingzhou: Nothing
Ziyang: Nothing
Xinxiang: Nothing
Pingdingshan: Nothing
Laibin: Nothing
Ezhou: Nothing
Guang'an: Nothing
Huaibei: Nothing
Wuwei: Nothing
Xianyang: Nothing (U/C from Xi'an)
Jinzhou: Nothing
Yueyang: Nothing
Ankang: Planning
Dongying: Nothing
Guangyuan: Nothing
Zunyi: Planning
Langfang: Nothing
Baoshan: Nothing
Longyan: Nothing

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There are up to 163 cities with over a million inhabitants. But not all of them are in the same stage of metro planning. Here is the full list in decreasing population order (which more of less correlates to how known is the city).
With a bit of edits...
  1. Chongqing: In operation - 1
  2. Shanghai: In operation - 2
  3. Beijing: In operation - 3
  4. Guangzhou: In operation - 4
  5. Tianjin: In operation - 5
  6. Shenzhen: In operation - 6
  7. Wuhan: In operation - 7
  8. Hangzhou: In operation - 8
  9. Zhengzhou: In operation - 9
  10. Chengdu: In operation - 10
  11. Xi'an: In operation - 11
  12. Nanjing: In operation - 12
  13. Foshan: In operation - 13
  14. Dongguan: In operation - 14
  15. Shenyang: In operation - 15
  16. Shantou: Project - 1
  17. Harbin: In operation - 16
  18. Changchun: In operation - 17
  19. Qingdao: In operation - 18
  20. Xiamen: U/C - 1
  21. Shijiazhuang: U/C (opening soon) - 2
  22. Suzhou (Jiangsu): In operation - 19
  23. Hefei: In operation - 20
  24. Kunming: In operation - 21
  25. Nanning: In operation - 22
  26. Taiyuan: U/C - 3
  27. Jinan: U/C - 4
  28. Xuzhou: U/C - 5
  29. Shaoxing: U/C - 6
  30. Changsha: In operation - 23
  31. Changzhou: U/C - 7
  32. Ningbo: In operation - 24
  33. Yunfu: Nothing - 1
  34. Dalian: In operation - 25
  35. Nanchang: In operation - 26
  36. Guiyang: U/C - 8
  37. Huai'an: Planning - 1
  38. Linyi: Planning - 2
  39. Urumqi: U/C - 9
  40. Tangshan: Planning - 3
  41. Zibo: Project - 2
  42. Quanzhou: Planning - 4
  43. Baoding: Planning - 5
  44. Maoming: Nothing - 2
  45. Wuxi: In operation - 27
  46. Zhongshan: Project - 3
  47. Baotou: U/C - 10
  48. Nantong: U/C - 11
  49. Haikou: Project - 4
  50. Lanzhou: U/C - 12
  51. Yancheng: Planning - 6
  52. Putian: Nothing - 3
  53. Fuzhou (Fujian): In operation - 28
  54. Luoyang: U/C - 13
  55. Yangzhou: Project - 5
  56. Nanyang: Nothing - 4
  57. Lianyungang: Planning - 7
  58. Zaozhuang: Nothing - 5
  59. Fuyang: Project - 6
  60. Huizhou: Planning - 8
  61. Yantai: Project - 7
  62. Handan: Project - 8
  63. Wenzhou: U/C - 14
  64. Lu'an (not Liu'an): Nothing - 6
  65. Jieyang: Nothing - 7
  66. Ganzhou: Planning - 9
  67. Nanchong: Nothing - 8
  68. Suzhou (Anhui): Planning - 10
  69. Xiangyang: Nothing - 9
  70. Jining: Project - 9 [Which Jining? There are several.]
  71. Guigang: Nothing - 10
  72. Weifang: Planning - 11
  73. Dazhou: Nothing - 11
  74. Hohhot: U/C - 15
  75. Taizhou (Jiangsu): Nothing - 12
  76. Suizhou: Nothing - 13
  77. Huainan: Project - 10
  78. Zhuhai: Project - 11
  79. Jilin Shi (City): Project - 12
  80. Anshan: Nothing - 14
  81. Wuhu: U/C - 16
  82. Zhanjiang: Planning - 12
  83. Suqian: Planning - 13
  84. Luzhou: Planning - 14
  85. Daqing: Planning - 15
  86. Qingyuan: Nothing - 15
  87. Chaozhou: Nothing - 16
  88. Liuzhou: Project - 13
  89. Jiaxing: Planning - 16
  90. Taizhou (Zhejiang): Nothing - 17
  91. Jiangmen: Nothing - 18
  92. Huzhou: Project - 14
  93. Zigong: Nothing - 19
  94. Mianyang: Planning - 17
  95. Bozhou: Nothing - 20
  96. Tai'an: Nothing - 21
  97. Datong: Planning - 18
  98. Bijie: Nothing - 22
  99. Suining: Nothing - 23
  100. Qinhuangdao: Planning - 19
  101. Changde: Nothing - 24
  102. Shangqiu: Nothing - 25
  103. Heze: Nothing - 26
  104. Xinyang: Nothing - 27
  105. Shangrao: Nothing - 28
  106. Weihai: Planning - 20
  107. Zhaoqing: Nothing - 29
  108. Qinzhou: Nothing - 30
  109. Neijiang: Nothing - 31
  110. Baoji: Planning - 21
  111. Bazhong: Nothing - 32
  112. Chifeng (a.k.a. Ulanhad): Project - 15
  113. Rizhao: Planning - 22
  114. Yibin: Nothing - 33
  115. Xining: Project - 16
  116. Fushun: Nothing - 34
  117. Yinchuan: Project - 17
  118. Yiyang: Nothing - 35
  119. Weinan: Nothing - 36
  120. Qiqihar: Nothing - 37
  121. Luohe: Nothing - 38
  122. Guilin: Nothing - 39
  123. Liaocheng: Nothing - 40
  124. Tianshui: Project - 18
  125. Leshan: Nothing - 41
  126. Laiwu: Nothing - 42
  127. Shiyan: Nothing - 43
  128. Dezhou: Nothing - 44
  129. Yichang: Project - 19
  130. Jinhua: Planning - 23
  131. Bengbu (not Bangbu): Planning - 24
  132. Yangjiang: Nothing - 45
  133. Meishan: Nothing - 46
  134. Yongzhou: Nothing - 47
  135. Anshun: Nothing - 48
  136. Kaifeng: Planning - 25
  137. Yichun: Nothing - 49
  138. Binzhou: Nothing - 50
  139. Yulin (Guangxi Zhuangzu): Planning - 26
  140. Hengyang: Nothing - 51
  141. Zhuzhou: Planning - 27
  142. Zhenjiang: Project - 20
  143. Fuzhou (Jiangxi): Nothing - 52
  144. Anyang: Nothing - 53
  145. Jingzhou: Nothing - 54
  146. Ziyang: Nothing - 55
  147. Xinxiang: Nothing - 56
  148. Pingdingshan: Nothing - 57
  149. Laibin: Nothing - 58
  150. Ezhou: Nothing - 59
  151. Guang'an: Nothing - 60
  152. Huaibei: Nothing - 61
  153. Wuwei: Nothing - 62
  154. Xianyang: Nothing (U/C from Xi'an) - 17
  155. Jinzhou: Nothing - 63
  156. Yueyang: Nothing - 64
  157. Ankang: Planning - 28
  158. Dongying: Nothing - 65
  159. Guangyuan: Nothing - 66
  160. Zunyi: Planning - 29
  161. Langfang: Nothing - 67
  162. Baoshan: Nothing - 68
  163. Longyan: Nothing - 69
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Old March 28th, 2017, 12:21 AM   #736
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Great list! Apart from Shantou, Yunfu and perhaps Shaoxing, all top 36 cities by population will have metro by 2020.
Even by very conservative estimate, around 45 cities will have metro by 2030. By 2040, more than 50 cities will have metro.
Including tram, BRT and HSR, China is definitely the leader in public transportation.
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I rechecked and I still get just 162 in the list of 163 biggest cities.
Within that list, 28 have metro in operation. 17 are under construction (incl. Shaoxing and Xianyang), 20 have projects and 29 are planning.

But note that while the bottom half of the list (the 81 cities smaller than Wuhu) has no metros operating, it has 1 metro under construction (no 153, Xianyang), 8 projects (up to no 141, Zhenjiang) and 18 planning (up to no 159, Zunyi).

How many cities outside that list, of less than a million people, have metro under construction, projects or planning?
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Thanks for pointing out, I missed Yongzhou (in Hunan province) at no. 134. Xianyang has no metro plans of its own, the line U/C is from Xi'an and I count it towards Xi'an, much like I count all of the Guangzhou-Foshan line towards Foshan.

PS: I've found out Shaoxing has a test section U/C, so I've removed the Wikipedia-style tag I had.
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Thanks for pointing out, I missed Yongzhou (in Hunan province) at no. 134. Xianyang has no metro plans of its own, the line U/C is from Xi'an and I count it towards Xi'an, much like I count all of the Guangzhou-Foshan line towards Foshan.
I count Foshan and Xianyang as being served, whether the metro system is their own or shared.

Are there any other intercity metro systems you missed?

Counting just lines operating or under construction, I get 28+17=45. 20 projects and 29 planning add further 49, for a total of 94 that have some system. As pointed out, this still omits cities that may be served by intercity metro counted by another city, and metro systems of cities not included in top 163.
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Well, there's Kunshan served by Shanghai metro, but that is part of Suzhou. As for cities below one million inhabitants, it appears both Xiangtan and Zhangjiakou are planning metros, but I'm not sure. Then there's Ordos, what is U/C there is actually a commuter rail.

About Jining (no. 70) there is only one prefecture-level city with that name, and is in Shandong. I would have referred to the one in Inner Mongolia (actually a district) as Ulanqab. I had to disambiguate the pairs of Fuzhou, Suzhou and Taizhou, and I clarified the Yulin on the list is the Guangxi Zhuangzu one, there's another one in Shaanxi that doesn't make the list. All those four pairs are written differently in Chinese characters (e.g. Suzhou in Jiangsu is 苏州 while Suzhou in Anhui is 宿州. And to further complicate things, there's also a Suzhou, 肃州, district in Jiuquan, Gansu).
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