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    Guangzhou Tram Corp

    Guangzhou Metro Corporation

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    Tianshui Light Rail

    Light rail line opened on May 1 2020 serving the city of Tianshui, 300 km west of Xi’an. Line 1 runs from Tianshui mainline station in Maiji district on segregated alignment following the north bank of the Wei and Jei rivers west to Yangpodong and Welipu in Qinzhou ...

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    Wuhu Metro

    Two-line monorail network under construction for 2020 opening. Line 1 will run from Baoshun Rd south via Beijing Rd to Baimashan (30·4 km, 25 stations). Line 2 will run from an interchange with Line 1 at Beijing Rd east via Wuhu mainline station and the Fangte theme park to ...

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    Shaoxing Metro

    Metro under construction, including initial metro line and an inter-urban link to Hangzhou Metro . Shaoxing’s first metro line is under construction from Fangquan north across the historic city centre and original mainline station to reach Shaoxing North high-speed station and Keqiao Coach Center in the northwest, with a ...

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    Bengbu Metro

    Single line under construction of planned six-line monorail network. Construction of Line 2 began in 2019, to run from Changnan Bus Station to Huaiyuan Old River Bay (32·7 km, 24 stations). Work on Line 1 is planned to start in 2021, running from East Xuzhuang to East Fengyang (37·4 ...

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    Sanya Tramway

    First section south from Sanya railway station to Jiefang Lu opened 1 January 2019 (4 km, 6 stops); the full line (8·4 km long, 15 stops) will run further south to Jiangang Lu, operated by catenary-free five-section trams. Three further lines are planned, extending the network to 60 route-km. ...

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    Qingdao Tram

    This 8·8 km line (12 stops) opened for revenue service on 5 March 2016; it serves Chengyang on the north side of Jiaozhou bay. Trams operate from either overhead supply or on-board hydrogen fuel cells. The project was approved in April 2013, and construction started in December 2014. ...

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    Nantong Metro

    Construction is approved for Phase 1 of a metro serving Nantong on the north bank of the mouth of the Yangtze, though a construction schedule is not yet known. Line 1 would run from a station on the new high-speed line to Shanghai southeast across the city (39·2 km, ...

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    Tangula Luxury Trains

    Operated by Tangula Railtours Ltd, a joint venture between RailPartners Inc and the Qinghai-Tibet Railway Co, runs Beijing--Lhasa and Beijing--Lijiang trains. Address Suite E 10/F Crystal Century Tower 567 Weihai Road 200041 Shanghai China Phone +86 21 6288 6777 Fax +86 21 6249 2437 Email ...

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    Luoyang Metro

    Work on Line 1 (23 km, 19 stations) running east-west began in 2017. The second of the planned four-line network is pending approval (23·6 km, 15 stations) and would run northwest-southeast. Later, Line 3 (31·2 km, 18 stations) running northwest-southeast, and north-south Line 4 (17·4 km, 12 stations) would ...

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    Shenhua Group

    Operates five connected freight lines including the Shenmu -- Huagha railway in Shaanxi province. Statistics refer exclude traffic continuing onto the CRRC network. The Zhunchi Railway (180 km) is under construction. Address 22 West Riverside Road Dongcheng District 100011 Beijing China Phone +86 10 58131088 Fax +86 ...

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    Zhuhai Urban Transportation Co Ltd

    An inaugural 8·9 km tramway between Haitian Park on the coast along the Meihua Rd to Shangchong (14 stops) opened on 6 June 2017. Test running with began in late 2014, with LRVs powered by the Ansaldo STS "TramWave" ground-level supply. Zhuhai is planning a second route south along Jianmin ...

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    Mengzi City Tramway

    Four-line network totalling 62 km under construction; CRRC Nanjing Puzhen is supplying a fleet of 34 supercapacitor LRVs with intermittent overhead supply. Address Mengzi, Yunnan Province China

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    Suzhou Subway (SZS)

    First line opened 2012, China’s 16th metro. Three-line network serving 92 stations. See Suzhou network map . Line 1 opened in April 28, 2012, running east-west from Zhongnanjie to Liangtianche (25·7 km, 24 stations). Line 2’s first phase (26·6 km, 22 stations) opened on December 28, 2013, running ...

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    Xuzhou Rail Transit

    Opened 2019, China’s 38th metro. Single metro line serving 18 stations. See map of Xuzhou . Work on a test section of east-west Line 1 began in April 2013, with some test running from the end of 2016. The full line, running from Xuzhou East high-speed station via ...

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    Ningbo Rail Transit (NBRT)

    Opened 2014, China’s 22nd metro. Three-line network serving 69 stations. Construction of east-west Line 1 began in 2009 with the first phase opened from Donghuan South Rd to Gaoqiao West on May 30, 2014 (20·8 km, 20 stations). Line 1 Phase 2 east opened on March 19, 2016 ...

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    Nanjing Metro (NJM)

    Opened 2005, China’s 10th metro. Network comprises 5 urban and 3 suburban metro lines serving 159 stations. See Nanjing network map . Line 1 (now 38·9 km, 27 stations) opened 2005. On May 28, 2010, Line 1 was extended and Line 2 opened (38·0 km, 26 stops). The former ...

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    Shijiazhuang Metro

    Opened 2017, China’s 28th metro: two lines, serving 35 stations. See Shijiazhuang network map . Work began in 2012, with phase opened on June 27, 2017; Line 1 (23·9 km, 20 stations) runs from Xiwang to Xiaohedadao, with Line 3 (6·4 km, 6 stations) linking Shierzhong to ...

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    Tianjin Metro (TJM)

    Opened 1984, China’s 3rd metro. Five routes, serving 136 stations. See Tianjin network map . Tianjin’s first line opened in 1984, but closed in 2001 for rebuilding and extension. Line 1 (26·2 km, 22 stations) opened throughout in 2006, followed by Lines 2 and 3 in 2012. These both intersect ...

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    Zhengzhou Metro (ZZS)

    Opened 2013, China’s 20th metro. Five-line network serving 92 stations. See Zhengzhou city map . Work on the east-west Line 1 began in 2009, and the line opened on December 28, 2013 from Xiliuhu to Zhengzhou Sports Center (26·3 km, 20 stations), with extensions opening at each end ...