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Line 9, Guangzhou Metro

Line 9
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Status Under construction
Termini Fei'eling
Stations 8
Services 1
Owner City of Guangzhou
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Line length 19.8 km (12.3 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Electrification Overhead lines, 1,500 V DC
Route map
 Panyu Square 
Connection with Line 3
 Airport South 
Xinjie River
Ma'anshan Park
Huadu Square
Huaguoshan Park
Huacheng Lu
Jingguang Railway
Jingguangshengang HSR
GZ North Railway Station
Tianma River
Huadu Auto Town
Reserved extension
Qishan Depot

Line 9 of the Guangzhou Metro (Chinese: 广州地铁9号线; pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Dìtiě Jiǔ Hào Xiàn) or Huadu Line (Chinese: 花都线; pinyin: Huādū Xiàn) is expected to run across Huadu District. It will start at Fei'eling and end at Gaozeng, interchanging with Line 3 at Gaozeng. The total length will be 17.4 km with 8 stations. Line 9's color is brown. Line 9 is expected to be operational from 2015.[1]


Station Name
Station Name
Platform Types
Fei'eling 飞鹅岭 Under construction Huadu
Huadu Auto City 花都汽车城
Guangzhou North Railway Station 广州北站 Guangzhoubei
Huadu Lu 花都路
Huaguoshan Park 花果山公园
Huadu Square 花都广场
Ma'anshan Park 马鞍山公园
Qingbu 清㘵
Gaozeng 高增 3 Baiyun


  1. ^ "First-stage of Guangzhou metro line 6 to put into operation by next year". 8 August 2011. Retrieved 27 August 2012. 

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