Line 7 (Guangzhou Metro)
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Platform of Yuangang
M7 (plan name)|
Panyu line (番禺线)
Guangzhou (Panyu District)|
Guangzhou South Railway Station|
Higher Education Mega Center South
|Daily ridership||163,200 (2017 daily average)|
|Owner||City of Guangzhou|
|Operator(s)||Guangzhou Metro Corporation|
|Line length||18.6 km (11.6 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (56.5 in)|
Line 7 of the Guangzhou Metro runs across Panyu District. Line 7's color is light green. Line 7 is envisioned as tangential line that runs across southeast Guangzhou and Foshan, allowing for orbital traffic between the suburbs of Shunde, Panyu and Huangpu to avoid the crowded city center stations. The first phase opened on December 28, 2016 and starts at Guangzhou South Railway Station and ends at Higher Education Mega Center South. It has interchanges with Line 2 at Guangzhou South railway station, Line 3 at Hanxi Changlong, and Line 4 at Higher Education Mega Center South and a total length is 18.6 km (11.6 mi) with 10 stations. The plan for west extension of the first phase from Guangzhou South Railway Station to Meidi Dadao in Shunde District, Foshan was approved in October, 2015. The construction of the west extension to Shunde began in June 2016. The west extension is expected to be operational in 2020. The Northern extension to Shuxi will start construction in 2018. The extension will add 22 km (14 mi) of line with 11 additional stations and will open in 2022.
|Guangzhou South — HEMC South||28 December 2016||18.6 km (11.56 mi)||9||Phase 1|
|7 01||Guangzhou South Railway Station||广州南站||IZQ||0.00||0.00||Panyu|
|7 05||Hanxi Changlong||汉溪长隆||1.69||7.03|
|7 06||Nancun Wanbo||南村万博||2.15||9.18|
|7 09||Higher Education Mega Center South||大学城南||3.55||17.41|
- Under construction
|Beijiao New Town||北滘新城|
|Chencun New Town||陈村新城|
- Under construction
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