Line 2 (Guangzhou Metro)
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Line 2 Guangzhou Metro
Line 2
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The 2nd Workers' Cultural Palace Station Platform.jpg
Overview
Other name(s)M2 ("?" shape plan name)
M2 / M3e / L1 (5 lines plan name)
M2 (7 lines plan name)
M2 / GZn (2000 plan name)
Jiahe line
()
StatusOperational
OwnerCity of Guangzhou
LocalePanyu, Haizhu, Yuexiu, and Baiyun districts
Guangzhou, Guangdong
TerminiGuangzhou South Railway Station
Jiahewanggang
Stations24
Service
TypeRapid transit
SystemGuangzhou Metro
Services1
Operator(s)Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Rolling stockCRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Metro cars
26 Bombardier Movia and 130 CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Metro cars based in Movia design (extinct)[1]
Daily ridership1.32 million (2017 daily average)[2]
1.64 million (2014 Peak)[3]
History
Opened29 December 2002; 18 years ago (2002-12-29)
Technical
Line length31.4 km (19.51 mi)
Number of tracks2
CharacterUnderground
Track gauge
ElectrificationOverhead lines, 1,500 V DC
Line 2
Simplified Chinese?2
Traditional Chinese?2
Cantonese YaleGwóngj?u Deihtit Yih Houh Sin

Line 2 of the Guangzhou Metro is a north-south line on the system that runs from Guangzhou South Railway Station to Jiahewanggang, with a total length of 31.4 km (19.5 mi) with 24 stations. All stations in Jiahe Line are underground.[4] Line 2's color is blue.

The line previously ran together with Line 8 on a single route between Sanyuanli and Wanshengwei stations until the extensions to both lines officially opened on 25 September 2010.[5]

History

Line 2 drawn to scale.
The former alignment of Line 2 drawn to scale.
  • 1984 - The municipal government set up the Preparation Office of Guangzhou Metro.
  • 14 March 1988 - Chinese and French co-planning team publish four tentative designs of Line 1 and Line 2.
  • 28 July 1998 - Construction of Line 2 phase 1 officially commenced.
  • 29 December 2002 - the first section of Line 2 phase 1 enter operation.
  • 28 June 2003 - the second section of Line 2 phase 1 enter operation.
  • 2004 - The Line 2 and 8 realignment project; and Line 2 revise phase 2 (northern extension and southern extension) was announced. Creating Line 8 by splitting off the southeastern section (Xiaogang to Wanshengwei) from Line 2.
  • 26 December 2005 - Pazhou to Wanshengwei extension enter operation and the entire Line 2 phase 1 was completed.
  • June 2007 - Line 2 and 8 realignment project; and Line 2 new phase 2 was approved by the NDRC.
  • 1 August 2007 - Construction of Line 2 and 8 realignment project; and Line 2 phase 2 officially commenced.
  • 21 September 2010 - Services of train bound between Sanyuanli to Wanshengwei ends.
  • 22-24 September 2010 - Temporarily suspension of operation on Line 2.
  • 25 September 2010 - Line 2 and 8 realignment project; and Line 2 phase 2 was completed and the entire line resumed operation.
Segment Commencement Length Station(s) Name
Xiaogang -- Sanyuanli 29 December 2002 8.9 km (5.53 mi) 9 (initial phase)
Pazhou -- Xiaogang 28 June 2003 9.0 km (5.59 mi) 7 Pazhou extension
Wanshengwei -- Pazhou 26 December 2005 1.8 km (1.12 mi) 1 Wanshengwei extension
Xiaogang -- Wanshengwei 21 September 2010 -10.8 km (-6.71 mi) -9 Line 2 & 8 realignment project
Sanyuanli -- Jiahewanggang 25 September 2010 10.3 km (6.40 mi) 7 Realignment northern extension
Guangzhou South -- Jiangnanxi 12.7 km (7.89 mi) 9 Realignment southern extension

Service routes

Stations

Service
routes
Station
No
Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
? 2 01 Guangzhou South Railway Station ?  7   GZ  0.00 0.00 Panyu
? 2 02 Shibi  7  1.24 1.24
? 2 03 Huijiang 2.27 3.51
? 2 04 Nanpu 2.46 5.97
? 2 05 Luoxi 1.17 7.14
? 2 06 Nanzhou  Guangfo  2.31 9.45 Haizhu
? 2 07 Dongxiaonan  10  1.02 10.47
? ? 2 08 Jiangtai Lu  11  1.90 12.37
? ? 2 09 Changgang  8  1.15 13.52
? ? 2 10 Jiangnanxi 0.85 14.37
? ? 2 11 The 2nd Workers' Cultural Palace formerly Shi Er Gong 1.08 15.45
? ? 2 12 Haizhu Square formerly Hai Zhu Guang Chang ?  6  1.05 16.50 Yuexiu
? ? 2 13 Gongyuanqian  1  1.26 17.76
? ? 2 14 Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall  13  0.76 18.52
? ? 2 15 Yuexiu Park ? 0.90 19.42
? ? 2 16 Guangzhou Railway Station  5   11   14   GS  1.03 20.45
? ? 2 17 Sanyuanli 1.41 21.86 Baiyun
? 2 18 Feixiang Park ? 1.17 23.03
? 2 19 Baiyun Park ? 1.62 24.65
? 2 20 Baiyun Culture Square  12  1.03 25.68
? 2 21 Xiao-gang 1.04 26.72
? 2 22 Jiangxia 1.55 28.27
? 2 23 Huangbian 1.25 29.52
? 2 24 Jiahewanggang ?  3   14  1.82 31.34

Headways

Date Period Termini Hours Frequency Frequency Type
Monday
thru
Friday
AM Peak Jiangtai Lu--Sanyuanli 7:30 -- 9:30 2 min. & 30 sec. 2 long-trains
1 short-train
Guangzhou South Railway Station--Jiangtai Lu / Sanyuanli--Jiahewanggang 3 min. & 30 sec.
PM Peak Guangzhou South Railway Station--Jiahewanggang 16:30 -- 19:45 2 min. & 50 sec. ~ 3 min. & 30 sec. Long-trains only
Mid 7:00 -- 7:30 / 9:30 -- 16:30 / 19:45 -- 21:30 3 min. & 30 sec.
Low 6:00 -- 7:00/21:30 -- 23:30 6 min. & 30 sec.
Saturday
&
Sunday
Peak 11:00 -- 19:15 3 min.
Mid 7:00 -- 11:00 / 19:15 -- 21:30 3 min. & 30 sec.
Low 6:00 -- 7:00 / 21:30 -- 23:30 6 min. & 30 sec.

References

  1. ^ http://www.railway-technology.com/projects/guangzhou/
  2. ^ http://www.gzmtr.com/ygwm/gsgk/qynb/201806/P020180627541408016222.pdf
  3. ^ 861?!!. Guangzhou Metro Corporation. 2014-01-04. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Guangzhou Metro Light Rail System, China
  5. ^ "Dates fixed for opening of six new metro lines GDNews www.newsgd.com". Newsgd.com. 2010-09-21. Retrieved .

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