Jinshan Railway

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Jinshan Railway (Line 22)
Jinshan Railway Station under Construction.JPG
Jinshanwei Station
Type Commuter Rail
Locale Shanghai, China
Termini Shanghai South Railway Station
Stations 8
Opening 28 September 2012
Operator(s) Jinshan Railway Co. Ltd.
Character Commuter Rail
Line length 56.4 km (35.05 mi)
No. of tracks 2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Electrification Overhead lines (AC 25 kV)
Operating speed 160 km/h (100 mph)
Route map
Shanghai Metro Line 22 map en.svg

Jinshan Railway or Jinshan Line is a commuter rail line in Shanghai, formerly designated as Line 22 of Shanghai Metro[1] by the Shanghai municipal government. It runs from Shanghainan Railway Station in Xuhui District via Xinzhuang in Minhang District to Jinshanwei in Jinshan District, crossing Huangpu River on a dedicated railway bridge. Passengers can transfer to Lines 1, 3 and 5. It began conducting test runs in June 2012 and opened on 28 September 2012.[2]

It is the first line to provide "high speed" commuter rail services, with trains travelling up to 160 km/h, compared to 30–70 km/h for regular metro service,[3] shortening the 56.4 km between Jinshan and downtown to 32 minutes travel time for express trains which make no stops, and 60 minutes for other trains, which stop at all stations on the line.


  • Trains stop at stations marked "●" and pass those marked "|". "EX" stands for express trains (C30xx), "H" stands for semi-express holiday service trains (C32xx), and "L" stands for local service (C36xx).
  • Holiday service schedule is different from regular service. Holiday service is available in weekends, and national holidays.
  • Xinzhuang station is still pending construction and trains do not stop.
Station Name
Station Name
Shanghainan 上海南站  1  3 
* = adjacent station - Shanghai South
Xinzhuang 莘庄 Minhang
Chunshen 春申 Songjiang
Xinqiao 新桥
Chedun 车墩
Yexie 叶榭
Tinglin 亭林 Jinshan
Jinshan Industrial Park 金山园区
Jinshanwei 金山卫


  1. ^ "上海地铁22号线". SINA. Retrieved 1 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Bullet train to suburbs starts by end of month". Jinshan district government. September 18, 2012. Retrieved 2012-09-20. 
  3. ^ [1]