Chinese cities open 10 more metro lines

The eastern section of Beijing Line 14 serves the Wangjing district, linking Jintailu on Line 6 with a northern terminus at Shan’gezhuang,via an interchange with Line 15 at Wangjing. Photo: Andrew Benton

CHINA: No fewer than eight new metro lines or extensions were opened for revenue service in four cities on December 28, followed by two more on December 30, as the various administrations continue to expand their urban rail networks in a bid to alleviate growing traffic congestion.

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