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Line 9, Shenzhen Metro

Line 9
九号线
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Shenzhen Metro
Status Building
Locale Shenzhen, China
Termini Hongshuwan
Wenjin
Stations 22
Operation
Opening About 2016
Operator(s) Shenzhen Metro Co. Ltd.
Character Underground
Technical
Line length 25.33 km (15.74 mi)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

Line 9 of Shenzhen Metro will run eastward from Hongshuwan to Wenjin. It will have 10 transfer stations. This line will open in 2016.

This line is the same as Line 3, which was built by Shenzhen Metro No.3 Line Inverstment Co., LTD.

Planning Stations

  • All of these name and the transfer may be changed in future.
Station Name
English
Station Name
Hanzi
Transfer
Location
Hongshuwan 红树湾 Line 2 (Shekou)
Line 11
Nanshan
Shenwan 深湾
Shenzhenwan Park 深圳湾公园
Xiasha 下沙
Chegongmiao 车公庙 Line 1 (Luobao)
Line 11
Line 7
Futian
Xiangmei 香梅
Jingtian 景田 Line 2 (Shekou)
Meijing 梅景
Xiameilin 下梅林
Meicun 梅村
Shangmeilin 上梅林 Line 4 (Longhua)
Maling 孖岭
Yinhu 银湖
Nigang 泥岗 Line 6
Meiyuan 梅园 Line 7
Yuanling 园岭
Hongling 红岭 Line 3 (Longgang)
Grand Theater 大剧院 Line 1 (Luobao)
Line 2 (Shekou)
Luohu
Ludancun 鹿丹村
Renmin South 人民南
Xiangxicun 向西村
Wenjin 文锦

Name

Meilin Line has been known as Neihuan Line, which means a line which is annular. In December 2011, The alignment of this line was changed,[1] so that the old name was not fit to the new alignment.

References

  1. ^ About Name of the station which will be built in Third phase of Shenzhen Metro (Chinese)

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