Shuibei station, is a station of Shenzhen Metro Line 3 It started operations on 28 June 2011, it is the first station that connected with the old Shenzhen Metro Line 3. Shenzhen Metro Shuibei Station Shenzhen Metro Shuibei Station
Xiangmihu station is a station on Line 1 of the Shenzhen Metro. It opened on 28 December 2004, it is located underground at Shennan Dadao, west of Xiangmei Lu near the entrance of Honey Lake Resort, in Futian District, China. It is near Shenzhen Special Zone Press Tower. Shenzhen Metro Xiangmihu Station Shenzhen Metro Xiangmihu Station
Qianhaiwan station is a station on the Line 1, Line 5 and Line 11 of the Shenzhen Metro in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China. Line 1 platforms opened on 15 June 2011, Line 5 platforms opened on 22 June 2011, Line 11 platforms opened on 28 June 2016. Qianhaiwan Station is located under Chenwen Road in Shenzhen's Nanshan District. Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station Shenzhen Metro Qianhaiwan Station
Shuanglong station (Shenzhen Metro)
Shuanglong station is the terminal station of Line 3 of the Shenzhen Metro. The station is elevated, beside Shenhui Road, it opened on 28 December 2010. Shenzhen Metro Shuanglong Station Shenzhen Metro Shuanglong Station
Grand Theater station
Grand Theater station Dajuyuan is a station on Line 1 and Line 2 of the Shenzhen Metro. The Line 1 platforms opened on 28 December 2004 and the Line 2 platforms opened on 28 June 2011, it is located underneath the junction of Shennan Donglu and Jiefang Road in the Luohu District of Shenzhen, China. The station takes its name from the Shenzhen Grand Theater, it is the closest station to the Shenzhen Book City. It is an interchange station between Lines 1 and 2, an indirect interchange with Line 9 at Hongling South Station. Shenzhen Metro Grand Theater Station Shenzhen Metro Grand Theater Station Shenzhen Metro Grand Theater Station Shenzhen Metro Grand Theater Station
The Shenzhen Metro is the rapid transit system for the city of Shenzhen in Guangdong province, China. As of August 2017, the system consists with seven more under construction; the system opened on 28 December 2004, making Shenzhen the sixth city in mainland China to have a subway after Beijing, Shanghai and Wuhan. The Shenzhen Metro has eight lines, 166 stations, 286 kilometres of total trackage in operation; the network underwent rapid expansion prior to the 2011 Summer Universiade, opening 110 km of tracks in June 2011. The system underwent another major expansion with the opening of Line 11 in June 2016 and both Lines 7 and 9 in October 2016 making the system the third longest in China before Guangzhou Metro regained the position in December 2016. Two new lines and extension of several existing lines are underway with a long term goal of 1,124 kilometres of lines by 2030. In January 2018, construction work started on a further four new metro lines and a branch of Line 6; the latter will connect with the neighboring Dongguan Rail Transit.
The additional lines have a projected cost of 160 billion Yuan with a planned completion date of 2022. With the initiation of construction on Phase IV lines, total construction mileage for the Shenzhen Metro reaches 273 kilometres; the current system has eight lines and provides a fast and economical way of travelling in Shenzhen compared to buses and taxis. Line 1 and Line 4 run to the border crossings between the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region at Luohu/Lo Wu and Futian Checkpoint/Lok Ma Chau, where riders can transfer to Hong Kong's MTR East Rail line for travel onward to Hong Kong. Line 1 known as the Luobao line runs westward from Luohu to Airport East. Trains operate every 4 minutes at other times; the line is operated by SZMC. 28 December 2004: Luohu – Window of the World 28 September 2009: Window of the World – Shenzhen University 15 June 2011: Shenzhen University – Airport East Line 2 known as the Shekou line runs from Chiwan to Xinxiu. It connects with Line 1 at Window of the World, with Line 4 at Civic Center, with Line 3 at Futian and with Line 1 again at Grand Theater.
The line is operated by SZMC. 28 December 2010: Chiwan – Window of the World 28 June 2011: Window of the World – Xinxiu Line 3 known as the Longgang line runs from Yitian to Shuanlong in Longgang, in the north-east part of the city. Construction began on 26 December 2005; the line is operated by Shenzhen Metro Line 3 Operations, a subsidiary of SZMC since 11 April 2011 when an 80% stake was transferred to SZMC. 28 December 2010: Caopu – Shuanglong 28 June 2011: Yitian – Caopu Line 4 known as the Longhua line runs northward from Futian Checkpoint to Qinghu. Trains operate every 2.5 minutes at every 6 minutes during off-peak hours. Stations from Futian Checkpoint to Shangmeilin Station are underground; the line has been operated by MTR Corporation, a subsidiary of MTR Corporation, since 1 July 2010. 28 December 2004: Fumin – Children's Palace 28 June 2007: Futian Checkpoint – Fumin 16 June 2011: Children's Palace – Qinghu Line 5 known as the Huanzhong line runs from Qianhaiwan in the west to Huangbeiling in the east.
Construction began in May 2009 and the line opened on 22 June 2011. Line 5 required a total investment of 20.6 billion RMB. The line is operated by SZMC. 22 June 2011: Qianhaiwan – Huangbeiling Line 7 known as the Xili line of the Shenzhen Metro opened on 28 October 2016, with a length of 30.3 km and a total of 27 stations. It connects the Xili Lake to Tai'an; the line travels East–West across Shenzhen in a "V" shape. The line is operated by SZMC. 28 October 2016: Xili Lake – Tai'an Line 9 known as the Meilin line or Neihuan line of the Shenzhen Metro opened on 28 October 2016. The line runs eastward from Hongshuwan South to Wenjin, it has 10 transfer stations. The line is 25.33 km long, running through the districts of Nanshan and Luohu. The line is operated by SZMC. 28 October 2016: Hongshuwan South – Wenjin Line 11 known as the Airport Express, runs from Bitou in the north-east to Futian in the city centre via Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport. Construction began in April 2012 and the line opened on 28 June 2016.
Line 11 runs at a higher speed of 120 km/h. The line is operated by SZMC. 28 June 2016: Bitou – Futian Since the opening of the first phase in 2004, there has been a steady growth in passenger traffic. In 2009 and 2010, passenger traffic soared with major openings of new phase 2 lines, with a three-fold increase in passenger traffic in 2010; the maximum daily passenger record was 4.17 million passengers. July is the busiest month of the year for the Shenzhen Metro, accounting for 9.3% of annual passenger traffic, while January is the least busy month, accounting for only 6.7%. This is caused by Shenzhen's large migrant worker population. In late 1983, Party Secretary of Shenzhen Mayor Liang Xiang led a team to Singapore to study its mass transit system. Upon returning it was decided that 30 meters on each side of Shennan Avenue should be protected as a green belt, to set aside a 16-meter wide median reserved for a light rail or light metro line. In 1984, the "Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Master Plan" pointed out that, with the growing population and traffic in Shenzhen, a light metro system would not have sufficient capacity to meet future demand
Qiaocheng East station
Qiaocheng East station Qiaochengdong station, is a station on Line 1 of the Shenzhen Metro. It opened on 28 December 2004, it is located underground at Shennan Dadao, west of Qiaochengdong Lu and east of Xiaoshahe Lu, in Futian District, China. It is near the east end of Overseas Chinese Town, hence its name. Overseas Chinese Town Shenzhen Metro Qiaocheng East Station Shenzhen Metro Qiaocheng East Station