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Nanjing–Gaochun Intercity Railway

Nanjing-Gaochun
Intercity Railway
宁高城际轨道交通
Line S1
S1号线
Hohai University-Fochengxilu Station Wall.
Overview
Type Suburban metro
Status In operation
Termini Nanjing South Railway Station
Lukou International Airport
Stations 8
Daily ridership 53,000 (2014 Avg.)
94,000 (2014 Peak)[1]
Operation
Opened 1 July 2014
Character Underground and elevated
Technical
Line length 35.8 km (22.2 mi)
No. of tracks 2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

The Nanjing-Gaochun Intercity Railway, commonly known as the Ninggao Intercity Railway (Chinese: 宁高城际轨道交通; pinyin: Níng gāo chéng jì guǐdào jiāotōng[Note 1]) or Airport Line is a suburban metro rail line serving the southern suburbs of Nanjing. In early planning documents, it was called Line 6 of Nanjing Metro; now it is designated as Line S1 of the city's metro system.

The Ninggao Line's first stage connects Nanjing South Railway Station with Nanjing Lukou International Airport. It is 34.9 km long has 8 stations.[2] The line started construction in December 27, 2011, [3][4] and was opened on July 1, 2014.

A future extension of the line will start from Lukou New City North Station (禄口新城北站; the 6th station, counting from Nanjing South Railway Station), and extend further south, to Gaochun District, for the total length of 85.8 km.[5]

In September 2011 a contract for 15 6 car Type B metro trains was given to CSR Corporation Limited, with the first train arriving in August 2013.[6]

Station list

Station Name
English
Station Name
Hanzi
Platform Types
Transfer
Location
Nanjing South Railway Station 南京南站 Island & Dual-side (Underground)
 1   3 
Yuhuatai
Cuipingshan
[Cuiping Mountain]
翠屏山 Island (Underground) Jiangning
Hohai University – Fochengxilu
[Hohai University – West Focheng Road]
河海大学·佛城西路 Side (Underground)
Jiyindadao
[Jiyin Avenue]
吉印大道 Island (Underground)
Zhengfangzhonglu
[Middle Zhengfang Road]
正方中路 Island (Elevated)
Xiangyulubei
[Xiangyu Road North]
翔宇路北 Island (Elevated)
Xiangyulunan
[Xiangyu Road South]
翔宇路南 Dual-island (Elevated)
Lukou International Airport 禄口机场 Island (Underground)

Notes

  1. ^ "Ning" (宁), is the standard Chinese abbreviation for Nanjing. It comes from the name Jiangning that the city had in the early Qing.

References

  1. ^
  2. ^ 置业倾城策:连接江宁两大交通枢纽 实探宁高城际机场线, including a map
  3. ^ 南京开建地铁机场线 第一次地铁将抵达机场. 中国江苏网, 2011-12-28
  4. ^ 地铁机场线、宁天城际一期工程传新动态
  5. ^ 宁高城际简介. 南报网
  6. ^ 南京地铁机场线首列车将于2013年8月交付. 人民网江苏视窗, 2012-09-07.
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