Line 9, Tianjin Metro

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Line 9
9号线
TJM Line 9 icon.svg
Binhai Mass Transit.jpg
A train at Tanggu
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Tianjin Metro
Status Operational
Locale Tianjin, China
Termini Tianjin Railway Station
Donghai Road
Stations 19
Services 1
Daily ridership 97,000 (Avg.)[1]
Operation
Opening 28 March 2004
Owner Tianjin
Operator(s) Binhai Mass Transit Corporation
Character Underground, At-grade, & Elevated
Technical
Line length 52.76 km (32.78 mi)
No. of tracks 2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Route map
Tianjin Railway Station
Dawang
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Shiyijing Road
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Zhigu
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Daxing Road
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Zhongshanmen
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Yihaoqiao
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Erhaoqiao
Zhangguizhuang
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Xinlizhen
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Dongli Kaifa Qu
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Xiaodongzhuang
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Junliangcheng
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Gangguan Gongsi
Zhongxicun
Zhongxinzhuang
Bapu
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Hujiayuan
Chezhan North Road
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Tanggu
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TEDA
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Shimin Guangchang
Binhai Daxue
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Huizhan Zhongxin
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Donghai Raod

Line 9 is a subway line on the Tianjin Metro. It is run by Binhai Mass Transit Development Co. Ltd. The line opened on 28 March 2004. It has since undergone expansion, and currently spans 52.8 km and has 19 stations and connects Tianjin with neighbouring Binhai.

It takes a total of around an hour in either direction. A long section of the line is run parallel to the Jintang expressway.

The train can travel up to 100 km/h, the speed record of all rapid transit systems in China. Of 4 bridges along the line, the No. 1 and No. 4 bridges are longer and ballastless track is used; the No. 2 and No. 3 bridges use ballasted track. The No. 1 bridge, from Guanghua Road (between Dongxing Road and Zhongshanmen stations) to Babao, total length 25.8 km, is the longest bridge used in rapid transit systems in China.

The extension of Line 9 to Tianjinzhan Station opened on October 15, 2012, connecting the line to the main metro network and allowing passengers to transfer to Lines 2 and 3.[2]


Stations (west to east)[edit]

Unopened stations are denoted in grey.

Station Name
English
Station Name
Hanzi
Transfer
Location
Tianjin Railway Station 天津站 2 3 Hedong
Dawangzhuang 大王庄
Shiyijing Road 十一经路
Zhigu 直沽
Dongxing Road 东兴路
Zhongshanmen 中山门
Yihaoqiao 一号桥
Erhaoqiao 二号桥
Zhangguizhuang 张贵庄 Dongli
Xinli 新立
Dongli Economic Development Area 东丽开发区
Xiaodongzhuang 小东庄
Junliangcheng 军粮城
Tianjin Pipe Corp 钢管公司
Zhongxicun 中西村 Binhai
Hujiayuan 胡家园
Tanggu 塘沽
TEDA 泰达 TEDA
Citizen Plaza 市民广场
Binhai University 滨海大学
Convention and Exhibition Center 会展中心
Donghai Road 东海路

Rolling Stock[edit]

Type Time of manufacturing Series Sets Assembly Notes
Type B 2003 - 2010 DKZ7 38 Mcp+T+T+Mcp Manufactured by CNR Changchun Railway Vehicles[3]

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