Line 6, Guangzhou Metro

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Line 6
6号线
GZM Line 6 icon.svg
XUN FENG GANG 1,2014.JPG
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Status Open
Termini Xunfenggang
Changban
Stations 20
Services 2
Operation
Owner City of Guangzhou
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Character Underground/Elevated (Three stations)
Technical
Line length 24.5 km (15.2 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Electrification Third rails, 1,500 V DC
Route map
Second phase (under construction)
Reserved extension
Luogang Depot
Xiangxue
Luogang
Connection with Line 21
Suyuan21
 Zengcheng Square – Yuancun 
Xian'gang
Jinfeng
Huangbei
Gaotangshi
Kemulang
Longdong
South China Botanical Garden
Reserved route split
Changban
Tianhe Coach Terminal3
Yantang3
 Airport South – Panyu Square 
Tianpingjia
Guangshen Railway
Shahe11
Shaheding
Huanghuagang
Ouzhuang5
 Jiaokou – Wenchong 
 Xilang – GZ East Railway Station 
Dongshankou1
Donghu
Tuanyida Square
Beijing Lu
Haizhu Square2
 Jiahewanggang – GZ South Railway Station 
Yide Lu
Cultural Park8
 Baiyun Lake – Wanshengwei 
Huangsha1
 GZ East Railway Station – Xilang 
Ruyifang11
Pearl River
Guangmao Railway
Tanwei5
 Wenchong – Jiaokou 
Connection with Line 5
Hesha
Baisha River
Shabei
Hengsha
Beihuan Expressway
Xunfenggang
Jingguangshengang HSR
Xunfenggang Stabling Yard

Line 6 of the Guangzhou Metro (Chinese: 广州地铁6号线; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Dìtiě Liù Hào Xiàn) or Luogang Line (Chinese: 萝岗线; pinyin: Luógǎng Xiàn) runs from Liwan District to Tianhe District and in the future to Luogang District. It starts at Xunfenggang and ends at Changban, interchanging with Line 5 at Tanwei, Line 1 at Huangsha, Line 8 at Cultural Park, Line 2 at Haizhu Square, Line 1 at Dongshankou, Line 5 at Ouzhuang, Line 3 at Yantang and Tianhe Coach Terminal Station. The total length is 41.9 km with 32 stations. The color of Line 6 is Purple. The phase one section between Xunfenggang and Changban began to provide service from December 28, 2013 with the exception of Yide Lu and Shahe stations.[1] Yide Lu Station is expected to become operational in 2014.

Station listing[edit]

Station Name
English
Station Name
Hanzi
Platform Types
Transfer
Location
Xunfenggang 浔峰岗 island-side (ele) Baiyun
Hengsha 横沙 side (ele)
Shabei 沙贝 side (ele)
Hesha 河沙 island (und) Liwan
Tanwei 坦尾 side (und) 5
Ruyifang 如意坊 island (und)
Huangsha 黄沙 island (und) 1
Cultural Park 文化公园 island (und)
Yide Lu 一德路 split (und) Yuexiu
Haizhu Square 海珠广场 split (und) 2
Beijing Lu 北京路 island (und)
Tuanyida Square 团一大广场 split (und)
Donghu 东湖 island (und)
Dongshankou 东山口 split (und) 1
Ouzhuang 区庄 split (und) 5
Huanghuagang 黄花岗 split (und)
Shaheding 沙河顶 island (und) Tianhe
Shahe 沙河 split (und)
Tianpingjia 天平架 island (und)
Yantang 燕塘 island (und) 3
Tianhe Coach Terminal 天河客运站 island (und) 3
Changban 长湴 island (und)
Botanical Garden 植物园 Under construction
Longdong 龙洞
Kemulang 柯木塱
Gaotangshi 高塘石
Huangbei 黄陂 Luogang
Jinfeng 金峰
Xiangang 暹岗
Suyuan 苏元
Luogang 萝岗
Xiangxue 香雪

References[edit]

  1. ^ Zheng, Xiaojia. "Guangzhou Metro Line 6 Scheduled to Open on Dec. 28". Life of Guangzhou. Guangzhou Interactive Information Network. Retrieved 10 January 2014.