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Nanjing Metro
Nanjing Metro Logo.svg
LocaleNanjing, Jiangsu
Transit typeRapid transit
Number of lines11
Number of stations191
Daily ridership3.106 million (March 2018 avg.)[1]
4.00854 million (March 8, 2019 peak)[2]
Annual ridership977.4 million (2017)[3]
Began operation3 September 2005; 16 years ago (2005-09-03)[4]
System length427 km (265 mi)
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in) standard gauge
Electrification1.5 kV DC overhead lines
System map


Nanjing Metro
Simplified Chinese南京地铁
Traditional Chinese南京地鐵

The Nanjing Metro is a rapid transit system serving the urban and suburban districts of Nanjing, the capital city of Jiangsu Province in the People's Republic of China.

Proposals for a metro system serving Nanjing first began in 1984, with approval by the State Planning Commission granted in 1994. Construction began on the initial 16-station Line 1 in 1999, and opened in 2005. The system has eleven lines and 191 stations running on 427 km (265 mi) of track. It is operated and maintained by the Nanjing Metro Group Company. Future expansion plans include 30 lines set to open within the next few years, with several more awaiting approval to begin construction.


Early proposals[edit]

In 1984 the first serious proposal for construction of a subway appeared in the Municipal People's Congress.[5] In April 1986, the Nanjing Integrated Transport Planning group was established to research on how to implement a subway system in Nanjing. In December 1986 the team published the "Nanjing Metro Initial Phase". The phase consists of a north–south line, east–west line and a diagonal Northwest to Southeast line. The three lines meet in the city center forming a triangle.[6] A revision of the "Nanjing City Master Plan" in 1993 added another line through the urban core, and three light metro lines connecting Nanjing's suburbs in Pukou and the at time proposed new airport. In addition a suburban railway to Longtan was proposed. A 1999 report on "Nanjing city rapid rail transit network planning" further proposed six subway lines, two subway extensions and three light metro lines.[7]

In 1994, the State Planning Commission approved the preparatory work for the subway only to have the entire metro project postponed in 1995 amid a national freeze on new metro projects.[8]

Major changes were made to "Nanjing Urban Rail Transit Network Planning" in 2003.[citation needed] The new master plan consisted of 13 lines, of which nine are subway lines and four are light metro lines. The new Line 6 will be a loop line connecting all the urban radial lines. The plan retained the original lines 1, 2 and 3 from the previous plan. According to the new plan, the initial phase would consist of the completion of Metro Line 1 and 2 by 2010. Together the two lines will form a basic "cross" network. By 2020 the completion of Lines 1, 2, 3, and 4 was to form a more robust "pound" shaped (#) network. Longer-term plans include the construction of a loop line connecting all existing lines. The plan also identified four subway lines crossing the Yangtze river.

First line[edit]

The initial section of Line 1 from Maigaoqiao to Xiaohang received final official approval in 1999. In May 2000, the Experimental Station resumed construction with the entire Line 1 project in full construction in December.

A western extension of Line 1 from Xiaohang to a newly built stadium was fast tracked after Nanjing won hosting the National Games. Line 1's initial section and the western extension started trial operations on September 3, 2005, running from Maigaoqiao to Olympic Stadium with 16 stations and a total length of 21.72 kilometers (13.50 mi).[5] The opening of the Nanjing Metro Line 1 gave Nanjing the sixth metro system in the Chinese mainland after Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen.

Current system[edit]

Line Termini (District) Opening Newest extension Length Stations
01 1  Maigaoqiao
3 September 2005[4] 1 July 2014 37.9 km (23.5 mi)[9] 27[9]
02 2  Yuzui
28 May 2010 28 December 2021 43.6 km (27.1 mi)[10] 30[10]
03 3  Linchang
1 April 2015 18 October 2015 44.9 km (27.9 mi)[11] 29[11]
04 4  Longjiang
18 January 2017 n/a 33.8 km (21.0 mi)[12] 18[12]
10 10  Andemen
1 July 2014 n/a 21.6 km (13.4 mi)[13] 14[13]
S1 S1  Nanjing South Railway Station
1 July 2014 26 May 2018 36.3 km (22.6 mi)[14] 9[14]
S3 S3  Nanjing South Railway Station
6 December 2017 n/a 37.6 km (23.4 mi)[15] 19[15]
S6 S6  Maqun
28 December 2021 n/a 43.6 km (27.1 mi)[16] 13[16]
S7 S7  Konggangxinchengjiangning
26 May 2018 n/a 28.8 km (17.9 mi)[17] 9[17]
S8 S8  Taishan­xincun
1 August 2014 n/a 45.2 km (28.1 mi)[18] 17[18]
S9 S9  Xiangyulunan
30 December 2017 n/a 52.4 km (32.6 mi)[19] 6[19]
Total 426 km (265 mi) 175[a]
  • a Discrepancies between these figures are explained by interchange stations. If interchange stations are counted once for each line they serve, there would be 118 urban line stations, 73 S-line stations, and 191 total stations.
Evolution of the Nanjing Metro
Headquarters for the Nanjing Metro, located on top of exit 3 of the Zhujianglu station.

Line 1[edit]

Line 1 runs mainly in a north–south direction. The line starts at Maigaoqiao in the north, heading southwards to CPU (China Pharmaceutical University). The construction of Line 1 began in the year 2000 and was inaugurated on September 3, 2005, with 16 stations and a length of 21.72 kilometers (13.50 mi).[20] On May 28, 2010, Line 1's 24.5-kilometer (15.2 mi) long south extension entered into operation.[21][22] Thus, before the transfer of Line 1's Olympic Sport Center Branch to Line 10, Line 1 was 46.2-kilometer (28.7 mi) long with 31 stations.[citation needed] The Olympic Sport Center branch line broke away from Line 1 and formed parts of Line 10,[23] when the latter's construction finished and entered operation on July 1, 2014. Currently, Line 1 is 38.9-kilometer (24.2 mi) long and has 27 stations.[24]

Line 2[edit]

Line 2 is 43.4-kilometer (27.0 mi) long and has 30 stations.[10] It runs mainly in an east–west direction, from Yuzui in the southwest to Jingtianlu in the northeast. It entered into operation on May 28, 2010.[21][22] On 28 December 2021, the line was extended west 5.4 kilometers (3.4 mi) with 4 new stations to Yuzui Station.[25]

Line 3[edit]

Groundbreaking work for Line 3 started in January 2010. This line, with a north–south orientation, started operation on April 1, 2015[26] and is 44.9 kilometres (27.9 mi) in length with 29 stations.[11]

Line 4[edit]

Construction of east–west Line 4 begun in late 2012[27] and the first phase entered operation on January 18, 2017. The completed portion is 33.75 kilometers (20.97 mi) in length.[28] The line is known as A Zi (the Purple) as the branding for the line and the train color is purple, the first of which were delivered in April 2015.[29] The line started operation on January 18, 2017.[30]

Line 10[edit]

Line 10 is a western extension from Line 1's Olympic Stadium branch line, which broke away from Line 1 and formed part of Line 10 when the new line was completed. Construction started in February 2012,[31] finished in 2014. The line is approximately 21.6-kilometer (13.4 mi) long with 14 stations,[13] and entered operation on July 1, 2014.[32]

Line S1[edit]

Line S1 acts as Nanjing's airport express line, connecting Nanjing South Railway Station to Gaochun District via Nanjing Lukou International Airport. The entire line was planned to be 85.8-kilometer (53.3 mi) long with 13 stations.[33] The first phase from Nanjing South to Lukou International Airport started construction on December 27, 2011, and finished in 2014. The first phase opened on July 1, 2014, in time for the Nanjing 2014 Summer Youth Olympics. It is 35.8-kilometer (22.2 mi) long with 8 stations.[14] The second phase extension later became Line S9.[34]

Line S3[edit]

Line S3 opened on 6 December 2017. It starts from Nanjing South Railway Station and heads west, crossing the Yangtze River on the cantilever along the edge of Dashengguan Yangzte River bridge together with high-speed rail trains, before terminating at the Gaojiachong station in Qiaolin, southwest of Pukou District. Originally planned as Metro Line 12 or the Ninghe Intercity Rail Line, the route started construction in late 2011. Besides Nanjing South Railway Station in which passengers can transfer to Lines 1, 3, or S1, Youfangqiao station is also a transfer station between Line S3 and Line 2.[35][36] Phase one is 37.53 kilometers (23.32 mi) long with 19 stations[37] and connects Nanjing South Railway Station to Jiangbei New Area in Pukou. Phase 2 is now still being planned, which might extends further southwest from phase 1 to Hexian county in the far future.[38]

Line S6[edit]

Line S6 or the Nanjing-Jurong Intercity Railway is a 43.7 kilometers (27.2 mi) connecting suburban Nanjing with neighboring Jurong opened on 28 December 2021. It is the first line in Nanjing Metro that reaches other cities, starting at Maqun station, ending at Jurong station.

Line S7[edit]

Line S7 opened on 26 May 2018. It is an extension of Line S1 further southeast, starting at Konggangxinchengjiangning station, ending at Wuxiangshan station in South Lishui District. Some Line S1 trains continue to operate into Line S7.

Line S8[edit]

Line S8 is a suburban metro line which connects Luhe District to Pukou District. The line is 45.2 kilometers (28.1 mi) long,[18] 34.1 kilometers (21.2 mi) of the line is elevated. The line features 17 stations[18] including 6 underground stations and 11 elevated ones. It uses B size trains in 4 car sets that are capable of running up to 100 kilometers per hour (62 mph). Construction of the line started on June 21, 2012, and it was officially opened on August 1, 2014.[39][40]

Line S9[edit]

Line S9 starts from Xiangyulunan station, the 6th station from Nanjing South Railway Station on Line S1, and extends further south to Gaochun District for a total length of 52.42 km (32.57 mi). Upon opening on December 30, 2017, Nanjing became the first city in mainland China where every district is accessible by metro.[41]

Under-construction projects[edit]

The map above details Nanjing Metro's plans for all lines and stations that are planned to enter operation by the end of 2022.
Route Name Termini Planned Opening Length Stations Status Notes
 1  Line 1 north extension Maigaoqiao Erqiaogongyuan 2022[42] 6.54 km 5 u/c since May 2017
 3  Line 3 (phase II) Mozhoudonglu Molingjiedao 6.6 km 2 u/c since May 2021 [43]
 4  Line 4 (phase II) Longjiang Zhenzhuquan 9.7 km 7 u/c since February 2021
 5  Line 5 Fangjiaying Jiyindadao 2022 37.4 km 30 u/c since December 2016 [44]
 6  Line 6 Qixiashan Nanjing South Railway Station 2023[45] 32.4 km 19 u/c since December 2019 [46]
 7  Line 7 Xishanqiao Xianxinlu 35.5 km 13 u/c since November 2017 [47]
 9  Line 9 (phase I) Danxialu Binjiang Park 2023 19.67 km 16 u/c since March 2020
 10  Line 10 (phase II & III) Andemen Shiyangdonglu 13.33 km 10 u/c since June 2020 [48]
 11  Line 11 (phase I) Puzhoulu Maluowei 27.0 km 20 u/c since November 2021 [49]
 S2  Line S2 Ma'anshan section Cihu Dangtu South 2027 27.5 km 8 u/c since December 2021 [50]
 S2  Line S2 Nanjing section Tongjing Xishanqiao 2027 26.51 km 8 u/c since December 2021 [51]
 S4  Line S4 Nanjing-Chuzhou Intercity Railway Nanjing North Railway Station Chuzhou Railway Station 2022 54.4 km 16 u/c since December 2018[52] [53]
 S5  Line S5 Phase I Xianlinhu Yangzhou West Railway Station 2026 57.61 km 16 u/c since December 2021 [54]
 S8  Line S8 extension Fanhezhen 2.02 km 2 u/c since November 2018 [55]

Line 1[edit]

The line will be extended to Erqiaogongyuan Station.

Line 5[edit]

Line 5 received approval on 14 January 2015.[56] Before the relocation in 2017, the line is projected to be 37.4 kilometers (23.2 mi) long, containing 30 stations and to cover a route from Fangjiaying station in Gulou District to Jiyindadao station in Jiangning District.[57]

Line 6[edit]

Line 6 is a 32.4 km fully underground line with 19 stations. Construction started on 28 December 2019.[58]

Line 7[edit]

Line 7 is a 35.7 kilometers (22.2 mi) north–south line roughly following the south bank of the Yangtze River with 26 stations.[59] A southern section has been under construction since November 2017.[60] The rest of the line started construction in November 2018.[61]

Line 9[edit]

Line 9 (phase I) is a 19.67 kilometers (12.22 mi) have a total of 16 stations, all of which are underground. The symbol of the train is orange red, and the maximum speed is 80 km/h. The route passes through Xuanwu District, Gulou District and Jianye District, and passes through Nanjing Railway Station, Xiaguan, Longjiang, Lüboyuan, Jiangsu Grand Theater and other areas. In the future, it will become an important line within the main city to connect the central Hexi, Xiaguan and Xinzhuang areas. The regional line is of great significance to the development of Hexi New City and the upgrading and reconstruction of the Xiaguan area. Construction started in May 2020, the construction period is about 4 years.[62] The list of stations: Danxialu, Caohouxun, Nanjing Railway Station, Zhongyangmen, Chenghecun, Daqiaonanlu, Xiaguan, Agricultural Trade Centre, Dinghuaimendajie, Longjiang, Guanziqiao, Hanzhongmendajie, Shuiximendajie, Qinghelu, Lüboyuan and Binjianggongyuan.[63] In the southern extension of Phase 2, Line 9 is expected to be extended all the way to Banqiao in the far south west of Nanjing.

Line S4[edit]

Line S4 or the Nanjing-Chuzhou Intercity Railway is a 51 kilometers (32 mi) connecting suburban Nanjing with neighboring Lai'an and Chuzhou of Anhui. The line will feature passing loops at select stations to allow for distinct express and local services. The line is planned to open by 2022.[64][65] The line is planned to connect with the Chuzhou Metro.[66]

Line S8 South Extension[edit]

The line will be extended 2.02 kilometers (1.26 mi) south to Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge Station.[67]

Ticket system[edit]

Like many metro systems in the world, fares on the Nanjing Subway are distance-based. Fares range from 2 yuan (approx US$0.30) for journeys under 8 stations, to 4 yuan for longer journeys.[68] There is a 5% discount for users of the Nanjing Public Utility IC Card. Fares can also be paid using Alipay.[69]

Single tickets[edit]

Single journey tickets can be purchased from the ticket vending machine or at a ticket window. The ticket vending machine accepts both coins and bills (¥5 and ¥10).

Transit card[edit]

Apart from one-way tickets, fares can be paid with the Nanjing Public Utility IC Card, or Jinlingtong (Chinese: 金陵通; pinyin: Jīnlíngtōng). It can be purchased for a refundable fee of 25 yuan (about 3.8 dollars) and refilled at ticket booths inside the metro stations as well as many collaborative convenience stores throughout the city. The card can be used to pay for other means of public transportation, such as the city taxi and the city bus.

This transit card is similar to Beijing's Yikatong, and the Octopus card of Hong Kong's MTR.

Rolling stock[edit]

  • 20 six-car Alstom/Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Works Metropolis sets - ordered in 2002 for Line 1 opening.[20]
  • 21 six-car Alstom/Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Works Metropolis ordered January 2008 for Line 1 extension.[21]
  • 24 six-car Alstom/Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Works Metropolis cars ordered 2007 for Line 2.[70]
  • 26 four-car Alstom/Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Works Metropolis cars ordered 2013 for Line S8.[71]
  • 29 six-car Alstom/Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Works Metropolis cars ordered 2013 for Line 4.[72]

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Signalling system[edit]

For Line 1, Siemens Transportation Systems (TS) was awarded the supply contract in November 2002.

For Line 2, Siemens Transportation Systems (TS) and its local partner Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology (NRIET) have been awarded to supply the signaling system after signing a contract (about 25 million Euro). Technologies used include Trainguard MT, Vicos OC 501, Sicas ECC and Az S 350 U axle counting system.[73]

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Network Map[edit]

See also[edit]


a Discrepancies between these figures are explained by interchange stations. If interchange stations are counted once for each line they serve, there would be 114 urban line stations, 50 S-line stations, and 164 total stations.


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