Line S3 (Nanjing Metro)

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Line S3
 S3 
南京地铁S3宁和线列车驶离刘村站.jpg
Overview
Other name(s)Nanjing–He County intercity railway[1]
Ninghe intercity railway[2][a]
TypeRapid transit
SystemNanjing Metro
StatusIn operation
LocaleYuhuatai, Jianye and Pukou districts
Nanjing, Jiangsu
TerminiNanjing South Railway Station
Gaojiachong
Stations19
Operation
Opened6 December 2017
CharacterUnderground and Elevated
Technical
Line length36.26 km (22.5 mi)
Number of tracks2
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

Line S3 of the Nanjing Metro (Chinese: 南京地铁S3号线; pinyin: Nánjīng Dìtiě S-Sān Hào Xiàn), is a north-south suburban rapid transit line serving part of the southern and southwestern suburbs of Nanjing, running from Nanjing South Railway Station and Gaojiachong. It is the first line of the Nanjing Metro with passing tracks at select stations, allowing from distinct express local services. The first phase of the project is 36.22 km (22.51 mi) long with 19 stations, including 10 underground stations, 8 elevated stations and 1 ground station.[3] The line crosses the Yangtze River using the Dashengguan Yangtze River Bridge. In 2012, the first phase of the project was approved by the NDRC for construction with the first section started construction on 27 December 2012.[4][5] On August 13, 2017, the first phase of Line S3 started to be unmanned testing.[6] The first phase of the line was completed by the end of 2017 and started trial operation on 6 December 2017.[7]

Opening timeline[edit]

Segment Commencement Length Station(s) Name
Nanjing South — Gaojiachong 6 December 2017 36.26 km (22.53 mi) 19 Ninghe ICR Phase 1

Station list[edit]

Station name Connections Distance
km
Location
English Chinese
Nanjing South Railway Station 南京南站  1   3   S1  Nanjing South railway station NKH 0.000 0.000 Yuhuatai
Jingmingjiayuan 景明佳园 1.963 1.963
Tiexinqiao 铁心桥 1.470 3.433
Chunjianglu 春江路 1.507 4.940
Jiaxi 贾西 1.446 6.386
Youfangqiao 油坊桥  2  1.608 7.994 Jianye
Yongchulu 永初路 1.187 9.181
Pingliangdajie 平良大街 Hexi trams Hexi Tram 1.154 10.335
Wuhoujie 吴侯街 Hexi trams Hexi Tram 0.949 11.284
Gaomiaolu 高庙路 1.037 12.321
Tianbao 天保 2.007 14.328 Yuhuatai
Liucun 刘村 1.525 15.853
Maluowei 马骡圩 9.844 25.697 Pukou
Lanhuatang 兰花塘 2.099 27.796
Shuanglong 双垅 1.324 29.120
Shiqihe 石碛河 1.471 30.591
Qiaolinxincheng 桥林新城 1.350 31.941
Linshan 林山 1.998 33.939
Gaojiachong 高家冲 1.712 35.651

References[edit]

  1. ^ simplified Chinese: 南京到和县城际轨道交通; traditional Chinese: 南京到和縣城際軌道交通; pinyin: Nánjīng dào Héxiàn Chéngjì Guǐdào Jiāotōng)
  2. ^ 宁和城际轨道交通; 寧和城際軌道交通; Níng-Hé Chéngjì Guǐdào Jiāotōng
  3. ^ 南京地铁. www.njmetro.com.cn. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  4. ^ 宁和城际轨道交通一期工程监理NH-JL-04标. www.bidchance.com. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  5. ^ Xing Si (幸禠). 宁和城际铁路十二标大应变桩基检测通过(图)_中国铁路_中国网. railway.china.com.cn. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  6. ^ 宁和城际轨道交通一期工程开始不载客试运行-新华网. www.js.xinhuanet.com. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  7. ^ 南京城际地铁开跑 苏州、上海跨省城际加快推进-新华网. www.js.xinhuanet.com. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  1. ^ "Ning" (), is the standard Chinese abbreviation for Nanjing. It comes from the name "Jiangning" (江宁) that the city had in the early Qing.

External links[edit]

  • Line S3 on the official Nanjing Metro website (includes route map) (in Chinese)