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Line 14, Guangzhou Metro

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Line 14, Guangzhou Metro

Line 14
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Status Approved
Termini Jiahewanggang
Jiekou or Zhenglong
Stations 20
Services 2
Owner City of Guangzhou
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Line length 76 km (47 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

Line 14 of the Guangzhou Metro (Chinese: 广州地铁14号线; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Dìtiě Shísìhàoxiàn) is a rapid transit rail line approved for under construction in Guangzhou. It is planned to run from Jiahewanggang in Baiyun to Jiekou in Conghua. Also the Knowledge City branch line planned to run from Xinhe in Baiyun to Zhenlong in Luogang.[1]

Approved Route

Station Name
Station Name
Platform Types
Jiahewanggang 嘉禾望岗 Approved 2 3 Baiyun
Dongping 东平
Shihu 石湖
Taihe 太和
Zhuliao 竹料
Zhongluotan 钟落潭
Lijiatang 黎家塘
Xinhe 新和
Taiping 太平 Conghua
Shengang 神岗
Dengcun 邓村
Jiangpu 江埔
Jiekou 街口
Knowledge City North 知识城北 Approved Luogang
Matouzhuang 马头庄
Fengxiacun[2] 枫下村
Knowledge City 知识城
Knowledge City South 知识城南
Wangcun[2] 旺村
Kangda 康大
Zhenglongbei 镇龙北
Zhenglong 镇龙 21


  1. ^ 广州规划7条新线地铁 里程超500公里 [Guangzhou plans 7 new metro lines, total metro length to exceed 500 km] (in Chinese). Guangzhou Metro Daily. 2012-07-12. Retrieved 2012-07-12. 
  2. ^ a b 广州地铁14号线知识城支线新增2站枫下村站和旺村站 [Guangzhou Metro Line 14 Knowledge City Branch Adds 2 New Stations, Fengxiacun Station and Wancun Station] (in Chinese). Shenchuang Metro Channel. 2013-04-15. Retrieved 2013-04-15. 

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