Line 1 (Nanjing Metro)

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Line 1 of the Nanjing Metro (Chinese: 南京地铁1号线; pinyin: Nánjīng Dìtiě Yī Hào Xiàn) is the first operating metro line in the Nanjing Metro system, inaugurated on September 3, 2005. After the opening of the 25.08 km-long south extension line on May 28, 2010,[2] the total length of Line 1 is now 37.9 km.[3]

Line 1
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Nanjing Metro Line 1 085086
A line 1 train is approaching Hongshan Zoo Station
Overview
Type Rapid transit
Status In operation
Termini Maigaoqiao
CPU
Stations 27
Daily ridership 763,000 (2014 Avg.)
1,087,000 (2014 Peak)[1]
Operation
Opened August 12, 2005
Character Underground and elevated
Technical
Line length 37.9 km (23.5 mi)
Number of tracks 2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Operating speed 65km(Normal) 80km/h(Maxmium)
Route map
North extension
Maigaoqiao
Hongshan Zoo
Nanjing railway station
 3  China Railway China Railway High-speed
Beijing–Shanghai railway
Jinchuan River
Xinmofan­malu
Xuanwumen
Gulou
 4 
 4 
Left arrow to Longjiang
to Xianlinhu Right arrow
Zhujianglu
Xinjiekou
 2 
Zhangfuyuan
Sanshanjie
Qinhuai River
Nanjing–Tongling railway
Zhonghuamen
China Railway
Andemen
 10 
 10  to Yushanlu
Xiaohang Depot
Tianlongsi
Ruanjian­dadao
Huashenmiao
 3  to Linchang
 S1   S3 
Nanjing South
railway station
 3   S1   S3  China Railway High-speed
Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway
Shuanglong­dadao
Qinhuai New River
Hedingqiao
Shengtailu
Baijiahu
Xiaolongwan
Qinhuai River
Zhushanlu
Tianyin­dadao
Longmian­dadao
NMU - JIETT
NJCI
CPU
CPU Depot

Opening timeline

Segment Date opened Length
Maigaoqiao — Andemen 27 August 2005 21.72 km (13.50 mi)
Andemen — CPU 28 May 2010 25.08 km (15.58 mi)
Nanjing South 28 June 2011 Infill station

Route

This line mainly runs in a north-south direction. It starts at Maigaoqiao station in the north, and continues southwards towards CPU station which is located at the southeastern side of Nanjing.

Of the total 21.72 km of the main line track, 14.33 km of the Line 1 track runs underground, while 7.39 km of the track run on or above the ground. Of the total 16 stations, 11 of them are underground stations while the other 5 are either ground or elevated stations.

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A view of Line 1 train stopping at Zhangfuyuan when first opened in 2006

The southern extension line of Metro Line 1 has a total length of 25.08 km with 15 stations (excluding Andemen Station). Of the total 15 stations, 8 of them are underground and the other 7 are all elevated stations.[4]

Current stations

Service
routes
Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
Maigaoqiao 迈皋桥 0.00 0.00 Qixia
Hongshan Zoo 红山动物园 1.13 1.13 Xuanwu
Nanjing Railway Station 南京火车站  3  Nanjing railway station NJH 1.18 2.31
Xinmofan­malu 新模范马路 1.72 4.03 Gulou
Xuanwumen 玄武门 1.07 5.10 Xuanwu
Gulou 鼓楼  4  1.24 6.34 Gulou
Zhujianglu 珠江路 0.84 7.18 Qinhuai
Xinjiekou 新街口  2  1.17 8.35 Qinhuai
Zhangfuyuan 张府园 1.07 9.42
Sanshanjie 三山街 0.92 10.34
Zhonghuamen 中华门 Zhonghuamen railway station VNH 1.92 12.26 Yuhuatai
Andemen 安德门  10  2.10 14.36
Tianlongsi 天隆寺 1.37 15.73
Ruanjian­dadao 软件大道 1.21 16.94
Huashenmiao 花神庙 1.03 17.97
Nanjing South Railway Station 南京南站  3   S1   S3  Nanjing South railway station NKH 1.82 19.79
Shuanglong­dadao 双龙大道 2.16 21.95 Jiangning
Hedingqiao 河定桥 1.40 23.35
Shengtailu 胜太路 0.89 24.24
Baijiahu 百家湖 1.31 25.55
Xiaolongwan 小龙湾 1.46 27.01
Zhushanlu 竹山路 1.15 28.16
Tianyin­dadao 天印大道 1.92 30.08
Longmian­dadao 龙眠大道 1.31 31.39
NMU / JIETT 南医大·江苏经贸学院 1.54 32.93
NJCI 南京交院 2.72 35.65
CPU 中国药科大学 1.97 37.62

Proposed extensions

North

There are plans for Line 1 to extend northwards to Yanziji. The first phase of the extension line will cover a length of 5 km with 4 elevated stations.[5]

References

  1. ^ 南京地铁日均客流创新纪录 187万人次 (in Chinese). 1 Oct 2014. Retrieved 2014-10-12.
  2. ^ "Nanjing Metro places €85·5m train order". Railway Gazette International. 2008-01-25. Archived from the original on 2016-10-22.
  3. ^ "南京地铁". www.nj-dt.com. Archived from the original on 2013-11-06. Retrieved 2010-05-27.
  4. ^ "南京地铁". www.nj-dt.com. Retrieved 2010-05-27.
  5. ^ 南京地铁一号线北延到新港 Archived 2009-08-06 at the Wayback Machine.

External links

  • Line 1 on the official Nanjing Metro website (includes route map) (in Chinese)

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