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Wuhan Metropolitan Area Intercity Railway

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Wuhan Metropolitan Area Intercity Railway

Wuhan Metropolitan Area Intercity Railway (Chinese: 武汉城市圈城际铁路; pinyin: Wǔhàn chéngshì quān chéngjì tiělù) is a network of high-speed commuter railways in and around Wuhan, the capital of the Chinese province Hubei. The first line of the system opened at the end of 2013; several more are under construction.

System composition

Map of the planned system

The network will include the following lines:

Preliminary plans exist for the construction of more lines (to Tianmen and Qianjiang) as well.

Notes

  1. ^ 武汉城市圈首条城际铁路客运专线武咸铁路开通, 2013-12-28
  2. ^ See the detailed system map at http://bbs.cnhubei.com/thread-1538025-1-1.html
  3. ^ 武(汉)黄(石)城际铁路或于明年元月中旬通车 ([Test] trains will start running on the Wu[han]-Huang[shi] intercity railway in mid-January of the next year), 2013-12-18
  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ a b 武汉至咸宁城际铁路本月28日将正式开通运营 (The Wuhan-Xianning Intercity Railway will officially open on the 28th of this month), 人民网, 2013-12-24
  6. ^ (Chinese) 图文:武石武冈城际铁路昨日通车 楚天都市报讯 2014-06-19
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