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Old August 2nd, 2017, 10:13 AM   #41
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You are completely wrong.

The best subways in the world do not match this list.

1.Is this requirement mandatory for above-ground stations? And for stations with a depth of more than 40 meters, where the temperature does not change? And what about the northern regions, where high temperature is not a problem? And if the air conditioning system is common for the entire metro, and not for each station separately?

2.Doors do not allow trains to run more often than every 120 seconds. Is the station meters in Moscow, where trains run every 85 seconds not modern?

3.Can I talk about toilets inside stations located at a depth of 70 meters?

4.OK

5.Why do we need these panels, if the trains travel more than once every 2 minutes?

6.OK

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Not only Guangzhou Metro uses the the following standard configuration to build the metro system, but also including all the Chinese city metro systems, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The standard configuration of world class Metro/Subway station:

1. Central Air conditioned system installed in all underground stations and all metro trains
2. Platform screen doors system installed in all stations
3. Public toilets installed inside the station
4. Automatic ticket machines installed in all stations
5. LCD display panels showing train and metro information installed in all stations
6. Escalators and lifts installed in all stations
7. Free WiFi full coverage in all Metro stations and all trains
8. Electric display panels installed in all the trains showing stops and trains information.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 11:27 AM   #43
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Not only Guangzhou Metro uses the the following standard configuration to build the metro system, but also including all the Chinese city metro systems, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The standard configuration of world class Metro/Subway station:

1. Central Air conditioned system installed in all underground stations and all metro trains
2. Platform screen doors system installed in all stations
3. Public toilets installed inside the station
4. Automatic ticket machines installed in all stations
5. LCD display panels showing train and metro information installed in all stations
6. Escalators installed in all stations
7. Free WiFi full coverage in all Metro stations and all trains
What about elevators/lifts? A "world class" metro must be accessible to wheelchair users and other people with mobility problems. That's actually required by law in many European countries (instead of PSD or public toilets).
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 12:44 PM   #44
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Not only Guangzhou Metro uses the the following standard configuration to build the metro system, but also including all the Chinese city metro systems, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The standard configuration of world class Metro/Subway station:

1. Central Air conditioned system installed in all underground stations and all metro trains
2. Platform screen doors system installed in all stations
3. Public toilets installed inside the station
4. Automatic ticket machines installed in all stations
5. LCD display panels showing train and metro information installed in all stations
6. Escalators installed in all stations
7. Free WiFi full coverage in all Metro stations and all trains
stop man, stop.
world class
Do not you set the rules. The fact that you exposed your metro as a model means only that you are ignorant. I'm not going to argue with an uneducated person. And I would not like to see the subway in my city like in Guangzhou, because I do not want to have an ugly metro where the trains run only once every 5 minutes, and the seats in the cars are completely plastic.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 01:31 PM   #45
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stop man, stop.
world class
Do not you set the rules. The fact that you exposed your metro as a model means only that you are ignorant. I'm not going to argue with an uneducated person. And I would not like to see the subway in my city like in Guangzhou, because I do not want to have an ugly metro where the trains run only once every 5 minutes, and the seats in the cars are completely plastic.
You must be blind, and imagine the plastic seats in Guangzhou metro trains.









Lifts installed in Guangzhou Metro stations:







All the most advanced metro systems/stations in the world are build according to the following standards.

1. Central Air conditioned system installed in all underground stations and all metro trains
2. Platform screen doors system installed in all stations
3. Public toilets installed inside the station
4. Automatic ticket machines installed in all stations
5. LCD display panels showing train and metro information installed in all stations
6. Escalators and lifts installed in all stations
7. Free WiFi full coverage in all Metro stations and all trains

If your city metro system are not up the these standard facilities, that means outdated.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 01:37 PM   #46
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You must be blind, and imagine the plastic seats in Guangzhou metro trains.



If this is no Plastic, what is this?
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All the most advanced metro systems/stations in the world are build according to the following standards.

If your city metro system are not up the these standard facilities, that means outdated.
You yourself came up with these rules. Some Chinese metros are built on them. Most of the great metropolitans do not follow them, because their opinion is of little importance to them.
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All the major city metro systems in the world would like to build their metro stations/system according the above standard facilities.

However, financial budget is the big problem, no money to build or upgrade the whole metro systems with latest equipments and facilities , including the Moscow metro system.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 02:14 PM   #48
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All the major city metro systems in the world would like to build their metro stations/system according the above standard facilities.
All the major city metro systems nothing know about the rules invented by you.
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However, financial budget is the big problem, no money to build or upgrade the whole metro systems, including the Moscow metro system.
No money to build? Around 100km now U/C metro in Moscow. You are nothing know about metro systems outside China and some Asian countries

PS If we put the PSD at this station, then how will we collect money for excursions from the millions of Chinese people who are in Moscow every year?
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 02:31 PM   #49
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All the major city metro systems nothing know about the rules invented by you.


No money to build? Around 100km now U/C metro in Moscow. You are nothing know about metro systems outside China and some Asian countries

PS If we put the PSD at this station, then how will we collect money for excursions from the millions of Chinese people who are in Moscow every year?
Remember, Russia is a poor country in Chinese eyes now.

all the major Chinese cities infrastructures outclass the Russian cities in any specs.

There is no millions Chinese in Moscow, maybe 200,000 more or less.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 03:05 PM   #50
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Remember, Russia is a poor country in Chinese eyes now.
Chinese eyes are blind.
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all the major Chinese cities infrastructures outclass the Russian cities in any specs.
Moscow has bigger tram system then Guangzhou, bigger bus system, bigger troll system, bigger metro system, bigger commuter rail system, bigger s-bahn system. Remember, Moscow smaller then Guangzhou. Moscow airports carry more passengers than Guangzhou Airport. But infrastructure is not everything. Still there is an accomplishment of territories. Here just a different level. Guangzhou never compared with Moscow
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There is no millions Chinese in Moscow, maybe 200,000 more or less.
No less then 2 000 000 in one year in Moscow, 1 500 000 in St Petersburg and around 1 000 000 in other country summary.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 03:53 PM   #51
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Chinese eyes are blind.

Moscow has bigger tram system then Guangzhou, bigger bus system, bigger troll system, bigger metro system, bigger commuter rail system, bigger s-bahn system. Remember, Moscow smaller then Guangzhou. Moscow airports carry more passengers than Guangzhou Airport. But infrastructure is not everything. Still there is an accomplishment of territories. Here just a different level. Guangzhou never compared with Moscow

No less then 2 000 000 in one year in Moscow, 1 500 000 in St Petersburg and around 1 000 000 in other country summary.
Well, You should compare top 10 Chinese cities with top 10 Russian cities one by one.

Guangzhou is ranking third in China, which city is ranking third in Russia? Novosibirsk?

You should compare Moscow with Shanghai or Beijing. Do you understand?
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 04:24 PM   #52
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Well, You should compare top 10 Chinese cities with top 10 Russian cities one by one.

Guangzhou is ranking third in China, which city is ranking third in Russia? Novosibirsk?

You should compare Moscow with Shanghai or Beijing. Do you understand?
The population of Russia is 9 times less than the population of China. It would be unfair to compare the 21 millionth of Guangzhou with 1.5 million Novosibirsk. Cities are better compared with an equal population. Let's compare Novosibirsk with a city of the same size in China of your choice.
In any case, for each of our city you should have 9 similar ones. Therefore, we can compare Moscow with the 9 largest cities in China. St. Petersburg with 10-18 cities in China by population. Novosibirsk with 19-27 cities. Ekaterinburg - 28-36. Etc. Go?
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Chinese eyes are blind.
Sure... Russia's so rich and powerful. With budget almost twice smaller than the the Netherlands's one...
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PPP in Russia almost 4 much lower then Netherlands. Money is twice less, but made by them twice as much. In addition, in Russia, a large part of the money is deducted from the budget to non-budgetary organizations.
If you have so much money, where are they all? Dozens of airports are being built in Russia, the army is growing, hundreds of bridges and new motorways are being built. For such money, as in the Netherland, they could every year rebuild everything in the country from scratch.
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All the major city metro systems nothing know about the rules invented by you.


No money to build? Around 100km now U/C metro in Moscow. You are nothing know about metro systems outside China and some Asian countries

PS If we put the PSD at this station, then how will we collect money for excursions from the millions of Chinese people who are in Moscow every year?
The architecture of Moscow Metro is clearly an expression of Russian superiority.
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Old August 2nd, 2017, 11:19 PM   #56
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Public transport system like subway/metro, latest technologies and facilities are required to satisfy the demands of the passengers.

All the major Chinese metro systems are constructed according to the following
standards, setting a high bar in the world:

1. Central Air conditioned system installed in all underground stations and all metro trains
2. Platform screen doors system installed in all stations
3. Public toilets installed inside the station
4. Automatic ticket machines installed in all stations and electronic payment systems
installed in all stations
5. LCD display panels showing train and metro information installed in all stations
6. Escalators and lifts installed in all stations
7. Free WiFi full coverage in all Metro stations and all trains
8. Electric display panels installed in all the trains showing stops and trains information.
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