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4 new subways put in operation in Beijing at one time.

Joined: December 16th, 2005, 11:53 am

January 2nd, 2013, 6:05 pm #1

The total length of the 4 new lines is 69.8km


BEIJING, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- Beijing put four new subway lines into operation on Sunday, increasing its daily passenger capacity by about 1.5 million.

The new lines have brought the number of subway lines in Beijing to 16, raising the national capital's total subway transport capacity to over 9 million passengers per day, said the Beijing Metro Company.

The total passenger transport capacity is expected to reach over 10 million on peak days.

At 442 kilometers, Beijing has the country's longest urban subway system.

The newly-opened lines include the new No. 6 Line, the southern section of the current No. 8 Line, the northern section of the current No. 9 Line and the southern and western stretches that complete a loop for the current No. 10 Line.

From 2013 to 2015, Beijing will put at least one new subway line into operation each year, according to the Beijing Metro Company.

By 2015, the number of subway lines in Beijing will reach 19, with a combined length of 561 km. By 2020, the total subway length is expected to increase to 1,000 km.






The new lines opened are: the line 6, Line 8 south, Line 9 north, second phrase of line 10.
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Joined: May 9th, 2003, 11:23 pm

January 4th, 2013, 9:32 am #2

24 km of new subway will be completed in 2013....and many of china's major cities are building subways...

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Joined: December 16th, 2005, 11:53 am

January 4th, 2013, 5:10 pm #3

The total length of the 4 new lines is 69.8km


BEIJING, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- Beijing put four new subway lines into operation on Sunday, increasing its daily passenger capacity by about 1.5 million.

The new lines have brought the number of subway lines in Beijing to 16, raising the national capital's total subway transport capacity to over 9 million passengers per day, said the Beijing Metro Company.

The total passenger transport capacity is expected to reach over 10 million on peak days.

At 442 kilometers, Beijing has the country's longest urban subway system.

The newly-opened lines include the new No. 6 Line, the southern section of the current No. 8 Line, the northern section of the current No. 9 Line and the southern and western stretches that complete a loop for the current No. 10 Line.

From 2013 to 2015, Beijing will put at least one new subway line into operation each year, according to the Beijing Metro Company.

By 2015, the number of subway lines in Beijing will reach 19, with a combined length of 561 km. By 2020, the total subway length is expected to increase to 1,000 km.






The new lines opened are: the line 6, Line 8 south, Line 9 north, second phrase of line 10.
Beijing to open 24km metro in 2013, additional 109km under construction

2013 openings in Beijing ONLY

Line 13 west, 12km, opening in May
Line 10 last 2 stations, 2.4km, opening 1st half
Changping-Line 8 connection, 6.3km
Line 8 south, to connect Line 6

Under constructions (109km) in Beijing ONLY

Line 7
Line 14
Lijne 6 phase II
Line 15 west
Changping line phase II
Xijiao Line (west suburban line)

Planning in Beijing ONLY

By the end of 2015 Beijing metro will add 133km to reach 575km
Line 8 phase III appropved, Wangfujing to Wufutang, 16km, 14.4 billion yuan
New airport line approved, Beijing South to new airport, 37km
Line 16 approved, 36km
By 2016 existing metro plus U/C is 664km
3 lines on planning stage: Line 3, Line 12 and Northeast line
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Joined: December 16th, 2005, 11:53 am

January 4th, 2013, 5:11 pm #4

The total length of the 4 new lines is 69.8km


BEIJING, Dec. 30 (Xinhua) -- Beijing put four new subway lines into operation on Sunday, increasing its daily passenger capacity by about 1.5 million.

The new lines have brought the number of subway lines in Beijing to 16, raising the national capital's total subway transport capacity to over 9 million passengers per day, said the Beijing Metro Company.

The total passenger transport capacity is expected to reach over 10 million on peak days.

At 442 kilometers, Beijing has the country's longest urban subway system.

The newly-opened lines include the new No. 6 Line, the southern section of the current No. 8 Line, the northern section of the current No. 9 Line and the southern and western stretches that complete a loop for the current No. 10 Line.

From 2013 to 2015, Beijing will put at least one new subway line into operation each year, according to the Beijing Metro Company.

By 2015, the number of subway lines in Beijing will reach 19, with a combined length of 561 km. By 2020, the total subway length is expected to increase to 1,000 km.






The new lines opened are: the line 6, Line 8 south, Line 9 north, second phrase of line 10.
Wuhan opened a 27 km new metro line in Dec.
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