Baodi District

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Baodi

宝坻区

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Baodi District
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Municipality Tianjin
Township-level divisions6 subdistricts
18 towns
Population
 (2017)
926,700
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
GDPCNY 63.817 billion(2018)
Tianjin district map
Website http://www.tjbd.gov.cn/

Baodi District (simplified Chinese :宝坻区; traditional Chinese :寶坻區; pinyin :Bǎodí Qū) is a district of the municipality of Tianjin, People's Republic of China. [1]

Contents

Transport

Rail

Station

Railway

Roads and Expressways

The following three expressways of China run in or through Baodi:

The following two China National Highways pass through Tianjin:

Administrative divisions

There are 8 subdistricts and 16 towns in the district: [2]

Name Chinese (S) Hanyu Pinyin Population (2010) [3] [4] Area (km2)
Baoping Subdistrict 宝平街道Bǎopíng Jiēdào97,164
Haibin Subdistrict 海滨街道Hǎibīn Jiēdào55,821118
Yuhua Subdistrict 钰华街道Yùhuá Jiēdào48,825
Zhouliangzhuang Subdistrict 周良庄街道Zhōuliángzhuāng Jiēdào12,14445
Koudong town 口东镇Kǒudōng Jiēdào29,18131
Dabaizhuang town 大白庄镇Dàbáizhuāng Jiēdào18,13981.6
Chaoyang Subdistrict 潮阳街道Cháoyáng Jiēdào30,090
Chaoxia Subdistrict 朝霞街道Cháoxiá Jiēdào39,94126
Dakoutun town大口屯镇Dàkǒu Zhèn56,52688.2
Nanrenfu 南仁垺乡Nánrénfú Xiāngmerged with Dakoutun [5]
Xinkaikou town新开口镇Xīnkāikǒu Zhèn25,74836
Haogezhuang town郝各庄镇Hǎogè Zhèn18,75215
Niudaokou town牛道口镇Niúdàokǒu Zhèn47,168
Xin'an town新安镇Xīn'ān Zhèn30,78328
Dazhongzhuang town大钟庄镇Dàzhōngzhuāng Zhèn36,406100
Wangbozhuang town王卜庄镇Wángbozhuāng Zhèn32,30139.2
Fangjiazhuang town方家庄镇Fāngjiāzhuāng Zhèn30,33828
Bamencheng town八门城镇Bāménchéng Zhèn25,32560
Zhangezhuang town霍各庄镇Huògèzhuāng Zhèn26,60733
Lintingkou town林亭口镇Líntíngkǒu Zhèn31,81042
Datangzhuang town大唐庄镇Dàtángzhuāng Zhèn13,512
Shigezhuang town史各庄镇Shǐgèzhuāng Zhèn25,78334
Huangzhuang town黄庄真Huángzhuāng Zhèn11,475112
Erwangzhuang town尔王庄镇Ěrwángzhuāng Zhèn13,12053
Niujiapai town牛家牌镇Niújiāpái Zhèn16,75552
industrial & farming zones25,443

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References

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  2. 2011年统计用区划代码和城乡划分代码:宝坻区 (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. Archived from the original on 1 October 2012. Retrieved 8 August 2013.
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  4. http://www.tj.gov.cn/tj/tjgk/qhyrk/xzqh/201511/W020171106523825684145.jpg
  5. 大口屯镇 [Dakoutun Town] (in Chinese). XZQH. 7 March 2014. Retrieved 8 December 2017. 2001?年,撤销南仁垺乡,并入大口屯镇。

Coordinates: 39°43′02″N117°18′36″E / 39.7172°N 117.31°E / 39.7172; 117.31