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Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen High-Speed Railway

Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen High-Speed Railway
Type CRH
Locale China
Opening 28 September 2009
Owner China Railway
Operator(s) China Railway High-speed
Line length 1,495 km (929 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm
Operating speed 350 km/h (maximum)
Route map
to Shanghai on Huhang Railway
0 km Hangzhou East
43 km Shaoxing North
74 km Shangyu North
106 km Yuyao North
147 km Zhuangqiao
155 km Ningbo
Ningbo East
to Beilun Railway
284 km Linhai
307 km Taizhou
331 km Wenling
East China Sea
Ou River
Jinhua–Wenzhou Railway
430 km Wenzhou South
453 km Rui'an
487 km Cangnan
Zhejiang / Fujian border
577 km Xiapu
692 km Lianjiang
Nanfu Railway
724 km Fuzhou South
Yongpu Railway
810 km Putian
Hui'an West
879 km Quanzhou
Quanzhou East
Zhangquanxiao Railway
950 km Xiamen North
Xiamen Gaoqi
992 km Zhangzhou
To Longyan via Longxia Railway
1100 km Zhao'an
Guangdong / Fujian border
1118 km Raoping
Guangmeishan Railway
1159 km Chaoshan
1212 km Puning
1308 km Shanwei
1341 km Houmen
1408 km Huizhou
1428 km Pingshan
1464 km Shenzhen North
To Guangzhou on Guangshen'gang XRL
The Hangzhou-Fuzhou-Shenzen High-Speed Railway

The Hangzhou–Fuzhou–Shenzhen High-Speed Railway (杭福深高速铁路 formerly 东南沿海快速通道 or 东南沿海铁路) refers to the dual-track, electrified, high-speed rail lines (HSR) in service along the southeastern coast of China, which links the Yangtze River Delta on the East China Sea and Pearl River Delta on the South China Sea. It is one of the eight arterial high-speed rail corridors that form the backbone of China's HSR network.[1] The southeast coast is the only region of high-speed rail construction where no previous conventional railroads existed. Hence, the high-speed rail lines built on the southeast coast will, for the most part, carry both passenger and freight traffic, and will not be passenger-dedicated lines that comprise most of the other HSR corridors in China.

An additional bridge will be built across Hangzhou Bay for high-speed rail, providing a direct link between Shanghai and Ningbo before 2020.[2] The Southeast Coast HSR Corridor will be approximately 1,745 km (1,084 mi) in length, and cross three coastal provinces, Zhejiang, Fujian and Guangdong. Major cities along the route include Hangzhou, Ningbo, Taizhou, Wenzhou, Fuzhou, Quanzhou, Xiamen, Zhangzhou, Chaozhou, Shantou, Shanwei, Huizhou and Shenzhen.


  • Constituent lines 1
  • Station list 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Constituent lines

All lines are now in operation.
Section Description Designed


start date

Open date
High-Speed Railway
High-speed railway linking coastal cities from Hangzhou to Shenzhen, built in five segments. 200-350 1495 2005-08-01 2013-12-28[3]
Hangzhou–Ningbo Section
(Hangzhou–Ningbo High-Speed Railway)
High-speed PDL from Hangzhou to Ningbo 350 152 2009-04 2013-07-01
Ningbo–Taizhou–Wenzhou Section
(Ningbo–Taizhou–Wenzhou Railway)
Mixed passenger & freight HSR line along the coast of Zhejiang Province. 250 268 2005-10-27 2009-09-28
Wenzhou–Fuzhou Section
(Wenzhou–Fuzhou Railway)
Mixed passenger & freight HSR line from Wenzhou to Fuzhou. 250 298 2005-01-08 2009-09-28
Fuzhou–Xiamen Section
(Fuzhou–Xiamen Railway)
Mixed passenger & freight HSR line along the coast of Fujian Province from Fuzhou to Xiamen via Putian & Quanzhou. 250 275 2005-10-01 2010-04-26
Xiamen–Shenzhen Section
(Xiamen–Shenzhen Railway)
Mixed passenger & freight HSR line along the coast of Fujian and Guangdong via Zhangzhou, Shantou & Huizhou. 250 502 2007-11-23 2013-12-28[4]

Station list

Station Chinese Distance
Prefecture Province
Hangzhou East 杭州东 Hangzhou Zhejiang
Hangzhou South 杭州南 Hangzhou Zhejiang
Shaoxing North 绍兴北 Shaoxing Zhejiang
Shangyu North 上虞北 Shaoxing Zhejiang
Yuyao North 余慈 Ningbo Zhejiang
Zhuangqiao 庄桥 Ningbo Zhejiang
Ningbo 宁波 Ningbo Zhejiang
Ningbo East 宁波东 Ningbo Zhejiang
Fenghua 奉化 Ningbo Zhejiang
Ninghai 宁海 Ningbo Zhejiang
Sanmen 三门 Taizhou Zhejiang
Linhai 临海 Taizhou Zhejiang
Taizhou 台州 Taizhou Zhejiang
Taizhou South 台州南 Taizhou Zhejiang
Wenling 温岭 Taizhou Zhejiang
Yandangshan 雁荡山 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Shengfang 绅坊 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Yueqing 乐清 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Yongjia 永嘉 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Wenzhou South 温州南 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Rui'an 瑞安 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Aojiang 鳌江 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Pingyang 平阳 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Cangnan 苍南 Wenzhou Zhejiang
Fuding 福鼎 Ningde Fujian
Taimushan 太姥山 Ningde Fujian
Xiapu 霞浦 Ningde Fujian
Fu'an 福安 Ningde Fujian
Ningde 宁德 Ningde Fujian
Luoyuan 罗源 Fuzhou Fujian
Lianjiang 连江 Fuzhou Fujian
Mawei 马尾 Fuzhou Fujian
Fuzhou South 福州南 Fuzhou Fujian
Fuqin 福清 Fuzhou Fujian
Yuxi 渔溪 Fuzhou Fujian
Hanjiang 涵江 Putian Fujian
Putian 莆田 Putian Fujian
Fengting 枫亭 Putian Fujian
Hui'an West 惠安西 Quanzhou Fujian
Quanzhou 泉州 Quanzhou Fujian
Jinjiang 晋江 Quanzhou Fujian
Xiang'an 翔安 Xiamen Fujian
Xiamen West 厦门北 Xiamen Fujian
Xinlin 杏林 Xiamen Fujian
Xiamen North 厦门北 Xiamen Fujian
Qianchang 前场 Xiamen Fujian
Jiaomei 角美 Zhangzhou Fujian
Zhangzhou 漳州 Zhangzhou Fujian
Zhangpu 漳浦 Zhangzhou Fujian
Yunxiao 云霄 Zhangzhou Fujian
Zhao'an 诏安 Zhangzhou Fujian
Raoping 饶平 Chaozhou Guangdong
Chaoshan 潮汕 Shantou Guangdong
Chaoyang 潮阳 Shantou Guangdong
Puning 普宁 Jieyang Guangdong
Kueitan 葵潭 Jieyang Guangdong
Lufeng 陆丰 Shanwei Guangdong
Shanwei 汕尾 Shanwei Guangdong
Houmen 鲘门 Shanwei Guangdong
Huidong 惠东 Huizhou Guangdong
Huizhou South 惠州南 Huizhou Guangdong
Shenzhen Pingshan 深圳坪山 Shenzhen Guangdong
Shenzhen North 深圳北 Shenzhen Guangdong

See also


  1. ^ (Chinese) "东南沿海快速通道厦门至深圳铁路广东段开工建设" 中国新闻网 2008-01-06
  2. ^ "Railway Bridge to Cross Hangzhou Bay". HighBeam Business. 
  3. ^
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