Beijing Suburban Railway
|Transit type||Commuter rail|
|Began operation||August 6, 2008|
|Alternative Chinese name|
BCR (Beijing City Rail) also known as Beijing Suburban Railway is a commuter rail service that connects urban Beijing with outlying districts and counties beyond the reach of the city's Beijing Subway network. The "S"-numbered suburban rail lines are managed by the Beijing Railway Bureau, an agency of the Ministry of Railways that is not affiliated with the Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Corp., Ltd, the municipal company that operates the subway. Hence, the S-Lines run on separate tracks and stations and have a different fare schedule from the subway.
|S1||Beijingxi (West) – Beijing – Beijingdong (East) – Tongzhou||31 December 2017||29.6||Jingguang railway, Beijing underground railway, Jingha railway|
|S2||Huangtudian – Nankou – Badaling – Yanqing||6 August 2008||67.98||Jingbao railway (+ Huangtudian branch), Kangyan railway|
|S28||Huangtudian – Nankou – Badaling – Kangzhuang – Shacheng||6 August 2008||96.99||Jingbao railway (+ Huangtudian branch)|
|S5||Huangtudian – Changpingbei (North) – Huairoubei (North)||31 December 2017||80.85||Jingbao railway, Jingtong railway|
Route changes in 2016
- S2 — was diverted from Beijingbei (North), at Nankou on 1 November 2016.
- S28 — was diverted from Beijingbei (North), at Nankou on 1 November 2016.