According to the last progress, Line 1 is expected to be completed by April 2017Do you know anything about Changchun's first "real metro" lines?
According to Wiki, Line 1 should open this year, but it's been really quiet so far.
There were photos or news about trial runs of other systems supposed to open this year (Dongguan, Fuzhou, Nanning, Hefei, Lanzhou), but Changchun is suspiciously lacking.
Little Snow Leopard arrives in Changchun
03 Aug 2016
CHINA: The first train for the Changchun metro was presented to the city on August 2. Nicknamed Little Snow Leopard, the six-car Type B set is the first of 22 that CRRC Changchun is supplying for the city’s first metro line.
According to the city administration, the white exterior livery celebrates the city’s snowy winters and the red interior design reflects the ‘hearty hospitality’ of the inhabitants. The train is equipped with LED dynamic route maps and passenger information displays, and has capacity for 1 888 passengers. The interior is designed to keep passengers comfortable at external temperatures as low as -35°C
Updated map on urbanrail.net:As I've already said, line 1 is opening on Friday. However it won't feature any interchanges with line 3 for the time being, as Changchun Zhan station (the one to the South of the railway station, there's also Changchun Zhan Bei to the North (bei) of it which will feature the interchange with line 4 from day one) is not ready yet as line 3 is being extended eastwards underground, and Weixing Guangchang doesn't have transfer corridors either, this may be related to a new underground section of line 3 replacing the current at-grade alignment that will also suppress several at-grade crossings, thus bringing line 3 to almost full metro standards (there is still an at-grade crossing just outside Huaxuechang near the Southeastern end of the line).