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Line 4 extension to begin operations Oct. 28
    2020-10-01  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Han Ximin

ximhan@126.com

THE northern extension of Metro Line 4 will be put into operation Oct. 28, after three months of tests that included a 20-day run according to schedule without carrying passengers, the operator HKMTR (SZ) said yesterday.

An entire trip of the whole line, 31.3 kilometers from Futian Checkpoint Station to Niuhu Station, will take 51 minutes. It will bring the length of the city’s Metro network to 411 kilometers, the operators said.

After the start of the operations, the operator will adopt a mode of running a short circular route and a full circular route at the same time during the morning rush hours.

Trains on the short circular route will run between Xikeng Station on the extension line and Futian Checkpoint Station. On the full circular route, the trains will run between Niuhu Station and Futian Checkpoint Station.

Phase III of Line 4, or the northern extension, starts from Qinghu Station and runs about 10.98 kilometers to Niuhu Station, along Heping Road, Guanlan Boulevard and Golf Boulevard. The extension brings access to the Metro service all the way to Guanlan in northern Longhua. The extension line has eight stations including Changhu Station, an interchange station with Metro Line 18 which is now under planning, and Songyuan Station, an interchange station with the future Line 22 and Guanlan Station, an interchange station with the tram line.

In another development, Metro Line 6 and Line 10 have handled 21.28 million passenger trips in more than one month since the two lines were put into operation Aug. 18. The daily passenger turnover of Line 6 was 231,200 and that for Line 10 was 263,600.

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