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Chongqing Rail Transit
BSicon SUBWAY-CHN.svg BSicon CHN-Mono.svg
CRT Logo.svg
Native name 重庆轨道交通
Owner Chongqing City Transportation Development & Investment (Group) Co., Ltd.
Area served Chongqing Urban Area
Locale Chongqing, China
Transit type Rapid transit rapid transit
Monorail straddle-beam monorail
Number of lines 4
Line number  1   2   3   6 
Number of stations 126[Note 1]
Daily ridership 1.73 million (2015 Avg.)[1]
2.6182 million (Peak on 30 December 2016)[2]
Annual ridership 630 million (2015)[1]
Chief executive Le Mei (since 2015)
Headquarters 123 Renming Rd., Yuzhong District, Chongqing
Began operation 18 June 2005
Operator(s) Chongqing Rail Transit (Group) Co., Ltd.
System length 213 km (132 mi)
Track gauge Rapid transit 1435 mm (Standard)
Electrification Rapid transit 1500 V DC overhead line
Monorail 1500 V DC third rail
Average speed Rapid transit 50 km/h (31 mph)
Monorail 40 km/h (25 mph)
Top speed Rapid transit 100 km/h (62 mph)
Monorail 75 km/h (47 mph)
System map

Chongqing Rail Transit Map.png

Chongqing Rail Transit
Simplified Chinese 重庆轨道交通
Traditional Chinese 重慶軌道交通
Timelapse of the Chongqing Metro.

The Chongqing Rail Transit (branded as CRT) also known as Chongqing Metro, is the metro system in the city of Chongqing, China and has been in operation since the year 2005. CRT serves transportation needs in the city's main business and entertainment downtown areas and inner suburbs. It is the oldest of the three metro systems in operation in the interior west of China, the others being Chengdu Metro, and Xi'an Metro which opened in 2010 and 2011, respectively.

As of December 2016, CRT consisted of four lines, with a total track length of 212.6 km (132.1 mi). Lines 1 and 6 are conventional heavy-rail subways, while Lines 2 and 3 are heavy-capacity monorails. Line 1 is the system's backbone connecting the most densely populated areas including the main Central Business Districts: Jiefangbei, Lianglukou, Daping, and Shapingba. Line 2 runs through three administrative districts in the central city (Yuzhong, Jiulongpo, and Dadukou). Line 6 runs from Jiangbei to Yubei. A system network of 18 lines in total is planned.

At 98 km (61 mi),[3] the system's two monorail lines form the world's largest monorail network,[4] with the 55.5 km (34.5 mi) Line 3 being the world's longest single monorail line, even if the 9.97 km (6.20 mi) Jurenba branch line is excluded.[5][6] The system is also the world's busiest monorail system with 94 million and 250 million annual rides on Line 2 and 3 respectively in 2015.[7] Line 3 is the world's busiest single monorail line. The network also boosts the world's highest metro-only bridge, the Caijia Rail Transit Bridge on Line 6, spanning a valley with the bridge deck approximately 100 meters above water level.[8] The Chongqing Metro is also constructing the world's longest metro-only suspension bridge, the Egongyan Transit Bridge. The bridge will carry Line 0 trains across a 600m long main section spanning the Yangtze River. The total length of the bridge is 1,650 meters long.[9]


The CRT is part of the central government's project to develop the Western regions and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation provided part of the funding.[10] Construction was carried out in cooperation between Changchun Railway Vehicles Co. Ltd. and Hitachi Monorail, using advanced Japanese monorail technology.[11] Construction on Line 2 began in 1999, and it was officially opened in June 2005 from Jiaochangkou (Jiefangbei CBD) to Dongwuyuan (Chongqing Zoo).

Planning timeline[12][edit]


Nationalist government made a plan of high-speed tram system. The rail weighs 47.77 kg/m, with a rail gauge of 1000 mm, a maximum slope of 9%, a minimum radius of curvature of 80 m. The top speed is 25 km/h (16 mph) in the urban area, and 45 km/h (28 mph) in the suburban area. The train is 8-meter-long, 1.8-meter-wide, with two 35-horsepower motors and a trailer. Each train takes 240 passengers. The headway was designed to be 10 mins. The system was expected to carry 1 million passengers per day. Some of the tracks are underground.

  • Line A, Longmenhao – Ciqikou, 9 Stations, 14.75 km (9.17 mi)
  • Line B, Longmenhao – Nanwenquan, 7 Stations, 19.49 km (12.11 mi)
  • Line C, Longmenhao – Datiankan, 3 Stations, 6.9 km (4.3 mi)


A 100 km-long (62 mi) underground rapid rail transit system which links the city center with Xinpaifang, Xiaolongkan, Yangjiaping, Shiqiaopu, Lianglukou, etc. was planned.


A 12.2 km-long (7.6 mi) subway line (Chaotianmen – Yangjiaping) was planned. This route is the precursor to today's Line 2.


A 55 km-long (34 mi) monorail system was planned.

  • Chaotianmen – Shapingba (– Shuangbei), the forerunner of Line 1.
  • Chaotianmen – Xinshancun (– Jiugongmiao), the forerunner of Line 2.
  • Airport Line: Xinpaifang – Nanping (– Sigongli), the forerunner of Line 3.
  • Link Line: Yangjiaping – Shiqiaopu.


A refreshed edition of the 1991 plan. The total length is about 119 km (74 mi).

  • Line 1: Chaotianmen – Shuangbei.
  • Line 2: Chaotianmen – Jiugongmiao.
  • Line 3: Jiangbei Airport – Sigongli.
  • Line 4: Sigongli – Shiqiaopu.
  • Line 5: Tongjiayuanzi – Zhongliangshan.

2003 & 2007[edit]

An expended edition of the 1998 plan. The length was about 522 km (324 mi). It has 10 Lines, including a circle line.


The current plan. An expended edition of the 2007 plan. The length was about 820 km (510 mi). It has 18 Lines, including a circle line.

Testing timeline[12][edit]

These tests left some tunnels, which were re-used in the construction of Lines 1 and 2.

  • Late 1958. "Yuzhong District Subway Engineering Unit" was started only to be suspended one year later.
  • 1965. "Yuzhong District Subway Engineering Units" was reinstated. It has 4 units including more than 1000 workers in total. The construction was stopped again in Late 1966 due to the Cultural Revolution. The units was officially disbanded again in 1971. The completed tunnel sections were taken over by the Civil Air Defense Department.
  • 1988. Some foreign businessmen arrived to start a metro company located in Lianglukou. The original completed tunnel sections where extended.

Opening timeline[edit]

Phase I (2000 ‒ 2016)[edit]

Year Date Line Segment
2004 6 December  2  Daping ‒ Chongqing Zoo
11 December Jiaochangkou ‒ Daping
2006 1 July Chongqing Zoo ‒ Xinshancun
2011 28 July  1  Jiaochangkou ‒ Shapingba
27 September Xiaoshizi ‒ Jiaochangkou
29 September  3  Lianglukou ‒ Yuanyang
8 October Yuanyang ‒ Changfulu
30 December Ertang ‒ Lianglukou
Changfulu ‒ Jiangbei Airport
2012 28 September  6  Wulidian ‒ Kangzhuang
20 December  1  Shapingba ‒ Daxuecheng
26 December  6  Kangzhuang ‒ Lijia
28 December  3  Yudong ‒ Ertang
2013 31 December  6  Lijia ‒ Beibei
2014 30 December  1  Daxuecheng ‒ Jiandingpo
 2  Xinshancun ‒ Yudong
 6  Chayuan ‒ Wulidian
2016 28 December  3  Bijin ‒ Jurenba

Phase II (2012 ‒ 2022)[edit]

Year Date Line Segment
2013 15 May  6  Lijia ‒ Yuelai


CRT is a unique metro system in China in that a significant number of lines use heavy monorail technology. In a hilly, multiple-river city it is not feasible to construct an all heavy-rail tunnel system given the depths of some many of the stations. For this reason, there are two straddle-beam monorail lines using heavy vehicles. The monorail vehicles with strong climbing capabilities and have rapid transit capacity, capable of transporting 32,000 passengers per hour per direction,[14] invaluable in the densely populated but hilly city. Line 2 is for the most part elevated above streets, although a 2.2 km (1.4 mi) section is underground, including three of its 18 stations in the Jiefangbei CBD and Daping downtown areas in hyper-dense populated area of Yuzhong District. In 2010, Line 2 served 45 million passengers.[15]

Line 1 is the first conventional subway running in a deep bored tunnel below Yuzhong and Shapingba Districts. The other conventional subway is Line 6, which connects the main central business districts of Nanping in Nan'an District and Jiangbei's Guanyinqiao CBD and New City CBD to Jiefangbei CBD.

To keep up with demand, construction is under way on extensions to Line 1 and Line 3, whose primary route is currently under trial. There are also Line 0, 4, 5, 9, 10 under construction.

Line Terminals
Opened Newest extension Carriages [Note 2] Length
Rapid transit  1  Xiaoshizi (Yuzhong) Jiandingpo (Shapingba) 2011 2014 6B 38.9 23
Monorail  2  Jiaochangkou (Yuzhong) Yudong (Ba'nan) 2005 2014 4/6HL 31.3 25
Monorail  3  Yudong (Ba'nan) Jiangbei Airport (Yubei) 2011 2016 6/8HL 66.5 45
Jurenba (Yubei) Bijin (Yubei)
Rapid transit  6  Chayuan (Nan'an) Beibei (Beibei) 2012 2015 6B 75.9 33
Lijia (Yubei) Yuelai (Yubei)
Rapid transit Sub-Total (Heavy-rail) 114.8 56[Note 3]
Monorail Sub-Total (Monorail) 97.8 70[Note 4]
Grand Total 212.6 126

Line 1[edit]

CRT Line 1's logo.

Line 1 runs 16.4 km (10.2 mi) from Chaotianmen in downtown west to Shapingba, and eventually to Jiandingpo with a length of 38.9 km (24.2 mi). It is the first heavy-rail subway line, the second in Western China. Passenger capacity is 36,000 passengers/hour/direction.

In 1992, the Chongqing government signed a Build-Operate-Transfer agreement with a Hong Kong company and provided the land for the project, but work ceased in 1997 due to legal issues.[12] Work resumed from Chaotianmen to Shapingba on 9 June 2007, and opened to limited operation on 28 July.[16] Thales provided an Operations Control Centre for this line.

Line 1 has 23 stations, including interchange stations with Line 2 at Jiaochangkou in Jeifangbei CBD and at Daping and with Line 3 at Lianglukou, near the Chongqing Rail Station in the Caiyuanba section of central Yuzhong.

Line 2[edit]

CRT Line 2's logo.
Dongwuyuan station, CRT Line 2.

Line 2, a monorail line, runs 31.3 km (19.4 mi) and services 25 stations. It begins as a subway under downtown Jeifangbei, then runs west along the southern bank of the Jialing River on an elevated line, then turns south into the south-western inner suburbs, looping back east to terminate at Yudong in Ba'nan. It also runs through Daping CBD and Yingjiaping CBD in Jiulongpo District and the Chongqing City Zoo at Dongwuyuan Station. Most trains consist of four carriages, and six-carriage trains began to operate in September 2012.[17] Line 2 is the first rapid transit line to open in the Interior West of China (in 2005). In 2013, six-car trains are being implemented due to overcrowding and increasing demand.[18]

Line 3[edit]

CRT Line 3's logo.

Line 3 runs from north to south, linking the districts separated by the Yangtze (Chang Jiang) and Jialing rivers. The initial segment from Lianglukou to Yuanyang (18 stations, 17.5 km (10.9 mi)) opened on 29 September 2011, with a northern extension from Yuanyang to Jiangbei Airport opening on 30 December 2011[19] and a southern extension from Ertang to Yudong on 28 December 2012.[20]

Most trains consist of six carriages, bigger than on the older Line 2, expected to upgrade to eight-car trains by 2014.[21] Currently 8 car trains are in operation.[22] There are interchange stations in central Yuzhong district with Line 1 at Lianglukou (Caiyuanba Intercity Railway/Bus Station), and with Line 2 at Niujiaotuo.

Line 6[edit]

CRT Line 6's logo.

Line 6 is the second heavy-rail subway. Opened on 28 September 2012 it connects Nan'an, Yuzhong, and Jiangbei districts in central Chongqing. A northern branch line from Lijia to Wulukou, Beibei district was opened on 31 December 2013,[23] 26.2 km (16.3 mi) long with five stations. The Chayuan extension Phase 1 was opened in 2014. Thales provided an Operations Control Centre for this line.



Single Journey Tickets[edit]

Tickets range from ¥2 (0.32 USD) to ¥7 (1.12 USD) depending on distance. Day passes cost ¥18 (2.89 USD).


Only unused tickets bought on the same day and at the same station can be refunded without explanation. If the train was delayed for over 15 minutes, the tickets may be refunded and a certificate of delay can be acquired.

Transport Cards[edit]

CRT accepts Life & Transport Card (Chongqing Universal Card, released by Chongqing City Card Payment Co., Ltd.) and its compatible cards released by partner companies in other cities of China. You can get a 10% discount is applied to the Regular Card when used on public transit in the city. You'll only have to pay the higher price when you transfer in the system within 1 hr (not including metro-to-metro, according to the paying time). Regular Card can be purchased at any CRT station and a deposit can be recovered when the card is returned with receipt. In addition the card can be used in many shops, cinemas, restaurant, etc. in Chongqing. Students' Card and Elders' Card are not available in CRT, but you can add a cash sub-account to them at the service points for free.

Time limit[edit]

All trips must be complete in 3 hours upon entering the fare paid area, if a passenger overstayed beyond the allotted time the highest ticket price in the system will be charged.


For every termius or branch termius, the first train leaves at 6:30 while the last leaves at 22:30.

During times of heavy use such as major events, CRT may close some stations to avoid overcrowding. In 2016, CRT closed Xiaoshizi, Jiaochangkou, Qixinggang, Lianglukou, Linjiangmen, Huaxinjie, Guanyinqiao, Dajuyuan, Hongqihegou and Shangxinjie Station after 19:00 in Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year Eve.[25]



Free Wi-fi is provided in most platforms and trains of Line 1 & 6 at 5 GHz. An app called Heikuai (Chinese: 嘿快) will be required.


Almost every station has accessible elevators and toilets, and almost every train has wheelchair locks. Only the initial section of Line 2 (Jiaochangkou - Xinshancun part) and rolling stock are not fully accessible. In addition many older interchange channels between lines are not designed with accessibility in mind.


Line Rolling stock Signal system Ticket system
 1  CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. Siemens AG Potevio
 2  Hitachi, Ltd., CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. The Nippon Signal Co., Ltd.
 3  CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. Hitachi, Ltd.
 6  CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. Siemens AG

Visual design[edit]

Unlike most metro systems of other cities in China, CRT did not follow the design style of MTR Corporation in Hong Kong. The signs are designed by GK Design Group in Japan and the monorail lines are based on Hitachi Monorail technology, giving the Chongqing Metro a distinctive Japanese aesthetic in contrast to other metro systems in China.

Line theme[26][edit]

CRT gave each line a theme about local culture, and the stations of the line will have some art works in the theme.

Line Theme
 0  Memories
 1  Folk
 2  Civilization's Journey
 3  Life
 4  Sister Cities
 5  Cultural Characters
 6  Landscape
 7  Historical Figures
 8  Old Towns
 9  Cultural Heritage

Network plan[edit]

CRT is expected to have 8 lines criss-crossing the urban districts by 2020, and a loop line connecting the commercial areas in the urban area. The rest 8 lines are expected to be in operation before 2050.[13]

Lines under construction[edit]

Planned Opening Project Terminals Track Type Carriages [Note 2] Length (km) New Stations Start of Construction Status Notes
2017  0  Northern Arc of Loop Chongqing West Shangxinjie Heavy-rail 6As 30.1 22 2013 In full construction [27]
 10  Phase 1 Liyuchi Wangjiazhuang Heavy-rail 6As 32.2 19 2014 In full construction [28]
 4  Phase 1 Minan Ave. Tangjiatuo Heavy-rail 6As 17.6 8 2013 In full construction [29]
 5  Northern Section The EXPO Garden Dashiba Heavy-rail 6As 19.2 10 2013 In full construction [30]
2018  0  Southern Arc of Loop Full Loop Heavy-rail 6As 20.3 11 2013 In full construction [27]
 1  Bishan Extension Jiandingpo Bishan Heavy-rail 6B 5.6 1 June 2014 In full construction [31]
 5  Southern Section Dashiba Tiaodeng Heavy-rail 6As 20.5 16 2013 In full construction [29]
Jiangjin Line ( S12 ) Tiaodeng Jiangjin Heavy-rail 4As 26.7 6 June 2015 In full construction [32]
2019  S2  Bitong Line Bishan Jinlong Heavy-rail 4B 33.8 6 Late 2016 Under preparation [33]
2020  6  International Expo Branch - Phase 2 Yuelai Shaheba Heavy-rail 6B 13.71 9 28 October 2016 In full construction [34]
 9  Phase 1 Gaotanyan Xingke Ave. Heavy-rail 6As 32.3 24 28 September 2016 In full construction [35]
Phase 2 Xingke Ave. Huashigou Heavy-rail 6As 10.77 5 2017 Under preparation [35]
 10  Phase 2 Lanhua Rd. Liyuchi Heavy-rail 6As 11.3 8 28 October 2016 In full construction [34]
2022  4  Phase 2 Tangjiatuo Shichuan Heavy-rail 6As 32.46 12 2017 Under preparation [36]
 5  Phase 2 The EXPO Garden Yuegang Ave. Heavy-rail 6As 7.95 6 2017 Under preparation [36]
Branch Fuhua Rd. Tiaodeng S. Heavy-rail 6As 29.45 19 2017 Under Preparation [36]

Lines in long-term plan[edit]

Planned opening Line Terminals Length (km) Stations Status Notes
No timetable  7  Beibei Shuangfu 58 21 Planned [13]
 8  Jieshi Yulin 51 19 Planned
 11  Danzishi Industrial Zone 15 9 Planned
 12  Jinfeng S. Lujiao S. 27 14 Planned
 13  Fuxin International Convention and Exhibition Center 41 16 Planned
 14  Shuitu Yulin 38 16 Planned
 15  Shuangbei Shengjibao 44 16 Planned
 16  Xiangjiagang Hujiaqiao 15 7 Planned
 17  Xiyong Jijiang 41 16 Planned
 18  Shuitu Caijia N/A N/A Cancelled

See also[edit]


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  1. ^ This figure involves counting the two interchanges once for every line that it is part of. If every interchange is only counted once, there will be 119 stations.
  2. ^ a b The number shows the number of the carriages of each train, and the letter shows the type of the carriage. As and B are defined by China, while HL is short for "Hitachi Large" from Japan.
    Full Passenger Capability
    As B HL
    4 1534 - 882
    6 2322 1880 1342
    7 2716 - -
    8 - - 1802
  3. ^ This figure involves counting the two interchanges once for every line that it is part of. If every interchange is only counted once, there will be 54 stations.
  4. ^ This figure involves counting the two interchanges once for every line that it is part of. If every interchange is only counted once, there will be 69 stations.

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