Line 5 (Guangzhou Metro)
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Line 5 Guangzhou Metro
Line 5
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Guangzhou Metro Line 5 CSR Sifang L2 Train 023024 arriving Tanwei Station 2018 01.jpg
Line 5 train near Tanwei
Overview
Other name(s)L2 (5 lines plan name)
M3 (7 lines plan name)
M5 (2000 plan name)
Huanshilu line (?)
StatusOperational
OwnerCity of Guangzhou
LocaleHuangpu, Tianhe, Yuexiu, and Liwan districts
Guangzhou, Guangdong
TerminiJiaokou
Wenchong
Stations24
Service
TypeRapid transit
SystemGuangzhou Metro
Services1
Operator(s)Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Rolling stockCRRC Qingdao Sifang/Kawasaki Heavy Industries Metro cars[1]
Daily ridership1.09 million (2017 daily average)[2]
1.367 million (2015 Peak)[3]
History
Opened28 December 2009; 11 years ago (2009-12-28)
Technical
Line length31.9 km (19.82 mi)
Number of tracks2
CharacterUnderground and Elevated
Track gauge
ElectrificationThird rail, 1,500 V DC
(Overhead lines with same voltage installed in depot)
Line 5
Simplified Chinese?5
Traditional Chinese?5

Line 5 of the Guangzhou Metro runs from Liwan District to Huangpu District. It starts at Jiaokou running 31.9 km (19.8 mi) in a wide "?" shape and ends at Wenchong. Like line 4 and 6 it's equipped with linear induction motor technology. Line 5's color is red. Huangpu Line began operation on 28 December 2009, from Jiaokou to Wenchong. As of May 2017, Line 5 carries an average of 1.05 million passengers per day and is extremely congested throughout the day, operating at over 100% capacity during rush hours.[4][5] The opening of Phase I of Line 13 further increased traffic demand on the west end of Line 5 and pushing congestion to over 130% capacity.[6] Prompting the Guangzhou Metro to limit passenger traffic at a number of subway stations on Line 5.[6] In the future Line 13 Phase II will provide relief for Line 5.

Opening timeline

Line 5 drawn to scale.
Segment Commencement Length Station(s) Name
Jiaokou -- Wenchong 28 December 2009 31.9 km (19.82 mi) 24 (initial phase)

Stations

Station
No.
Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
5 01 Jiaokou 0.00 0.00 Liwan
5 02 Tanwei  6  1.75 1.75
5 03 Zhongshanba 1.54 3.29
5 04 Xichang 1.53 4.82
5 05 Xicun  8  0.68 5.50
5 06 Guangzhou Railway Station  2 

 14   GS  Guangzhou railway station GZQ

1.58 7.08 Yuexiu
5 07 Xiaobei 2.40 9.48
5 08 Taojin 1.10 10.58
5 09 Ouzhuang  6  1.03 11.61
5 10 Zoo 1.09 12.70
5 11 Yangji  1  1.05 13.75
5 12 Wuyangcun 1.06 14.81
5 13 Zhujiang New Town ?  3  0.76 15.57 Tianhe
5 14 Liede 1.15 16.72
5 15 Tancun 1.44 18.16
5 16 Yuancun  21  1.79 19.95
5 17 Keyun Lu 1.55 21.50
5 18 Chebeinan  4  1.37 22.87
5 19 Dongpu 1.37 24.24
5 20 Sanxi 1.55 25.79
5 21 Yuzhu  13  1.79 27.58 Huangpu
5 22 Dashadi 1.55 29.13
5 23 Dashadong 1.33 30.46
5 24 Wenchong 1.19 31.65

Future Development

An eastern extension to Huangpu Passenger Port is currently under construction with opening scheduled in 2023. It is 9.76km long and with seven stations.[7][8]

Station
no.
Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
5 25 Shuangsha Huangpu
5 26 Miaotou Lu
5 27 Xiayuan  13  Guangzhou Bus Rapid Transit GBRT
5 28 Baoying Dadao ?
5 29 Guangzhou Development Zone
5 30 Huangpu Passenger Port Dongguan Rail Transit  1  (Planned)

Rolling Stock

Line 5 uses six car linear motor trains. In 2020, Guangzhou Metro started bidding for 14 additional trains.[9]

Type Time of manufacturing Series Sets Assembly Notes
Type L 2008-2010 L2 30 Mcp+M+Mp+M+M+Mcp Manufactured by CRRC Qingdao Sifang[10]
Type L 2011-2013 L4 32 Mcp+M+Mp+M+M+Mcp Manufactured by CRRC Qingdao Sifang

References

  1. ^ http://www.railway-technology.com/projects/guangzhou/
  2. ^ http://www.gzmtr.com/ygwm/gsgk/qynb/201806/P020180627541408016222.pdf
  3. ^ 730- . www.gd.xinhuanet.com. Retrieved .
  4. ^ ?2?06?_. news.ycwb.com. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "?-". 2018-04-09. Archived from the original on 2018-04-09. Retrieved .
  6. ^ a b "? ?--?". gzmtr.com. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "?5 ". gd.sina.com.cn. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "?5!?!_?". web.archive.org. 2018-01-22. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "". www.gzggzy.cn. Retrieved .
  10. ^ " ?27_?_". web.archive.org. 2017-01-14. Retrieved .

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