Line 4, Guangzhou Metro

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Line 4, Guangzhou Metro
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Guangzhou Metro Line 4 Dongchong Station.jpg
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Status Operational
Locale Guangzhou, China
Termini Jinzhou
Huangcun
Stations 15
Services 1
Daily ridership 443,000 (2015 Peak)[1]
Operation
Opened 26 December 2005
Owner City of Guangzhou
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Character Underground and Elevated
Technical
Line length 43.7 km (27.15 mi)
Number of tracks 2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Electrification Third rail, 1,500 V DC
Route map
Reserved extension
Huangcun 21 
Left arrow Yuancun – Zengcheng Square Up arrow
Chebei
Connection with Line 5
Chebeinan 5 
Left arrow Jiaokou – Wenchong Right arrow
Pearl River
Wanshengwei 8 
Left arrow Fenghuang Xincun – GAC Complex Right arrow
Luntouhai Watercourse
Guanzhou
Guangzhouhe Watercourse
Higher Edu Mega Ctr North
Higher Edu Mega Ctr South 7 
Connection with Line 7
Lijiao Watercourse
Left arrow GZ South Railway Station – Aotidong Right arrow
Xinzao
Xinzao Depot
Guanqiao
Shiqi
Haibang 3 
Left arrow Airport South – Hai'ou Island Right arrow
Dichong
Shiqiaoli Watercourse
Shawan Watercourse
Left arrow GZ South Railway Station
Dongchong 18 
Qingsheng 18 
Jingguangshengang HSR
Huangge Auto Town
Huangge 18 
Jiaomen 15 
Left arrow Wanqingsha
Jiaomenjiao Watercourse
Jinzhou
South extension (under construction)
Jinlong
Guanglong Stabling Yard
Guanglong
Dachong
Tangkeng
Nansha IT Park 15 
Nansha Ferry Terminal 15 
Shiziyang Watercourse

Line 4 of the Guangzhou Metro (Chinese: 广州地铁4号线; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Dìtiě Sì Hào Xiàn) or Nansha Line (Chinese: 南沙线; pinyin: Nánshā Xiàn) is a south-north line on the system that runs between Jinzhou and Huangcun stations, spanning a total of 43.7 km with 16 stations. It will eventually run from the Guangzhou Science Town to Nansha. The section of the line from Jinzhou to Xinzao is elevated is underground, while that from Xinzao to Huangcun.[2][3] Line 4's colour is green.

Opening timeline[edit]

Line 4 drawn to scale.
Segment Date opened Length
Xinzao — Wanshengwei 26 December 2005 16.2 km (10.07 mi)
Huangge — Xinzao 30 December 2006 22.3 km (13.86 mi)
Jinzhou — Huangge 28 June 2007 5.1 km (3.17 mi)
Wanshengwei — Chebeinan 28 December 2009 3.8 km (2.36 mi)
Chebeinan — Huangcun 25 September 2010 2.0 km (1.24 mi)

Stations[edit]

Service
routes
Station
Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
4 07 Jinzhou 金洲 0.00 0.00 Nansha
4 08 Jiaomen 蕉门 2.00 2.00
4 09 Huangge 黄阁 3.00 5.00
4 10 Huangge Auto Center 黄阁汽车城 1.54 6.54
4 11 Qingsheng 庆盛 Mainline rail interchange China Railway High-speed 4.07 10.61
4 12 Dongchong 东涌 2.39 13.00
4 13 Dichong 低涌 3.94 16.94 Panyu
4 14 Haibang 海傍 2.45 19.39
4 15 Shiqi 石碁 2.25 21.64
4 16 Guanqiao 官桥 2.49 24.13
4 17 Xinzao 新造 7.25 31.38
4 18 Higher Education Mega Center South 大学城南  7  (7 09) 2.25 33.63
4 19 Higher Education Mega Center North 大学城北 2.22 35.85
4 20 Guanzhou 官洲 1.39 37.24 Haizhu
4 21 Wanshengwei 万胜围  8  (8 28) Tram interchange  THZ1  3.69 40.93
4 22 Chebeinan 车陂南  5  (5 18) 2.07 43.00 Tianhe
4 23 Chebei 车陂 Bus rapid transit GBRT 1.23 44.23
4 24 Huangcun 黄村 2.16 46.39

Southern extension[edit]

  • Under Construction
Service
routes
Station
Station name Connections Location
English Chinese
4 01 Nansha Ferry Terminal 南沙客运港 Nansha
4 02 Nansha Information Technology Park 资讯园
4 03 Tangkeng 塘坑
4 04 Dayong 大涌
4 05 Guanglong 广隆
4 06 Jinlong 金隆

References[edit]