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|Country||People's Republic of China|
|• Total||21.3 km2 (8.2 sq mi)|
|• Density||25,000/km2 (65,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
|Tianjin district map|
Hongqiao District (simplified Chinese :红桥区; traditional Chinese :紅橋區; pinyin :Hóngqiáo Qū) is a district in the city of Tianjin, China. The name of the district derives from the name of a bridge - Dahong Bridge (大红桥; 大虹橋; Dàhóng Qiáo; 'big red bridge') - on the Ziya River, a tributary of Hai River.
|Name||Chinese (S)||Hanyu Pinyin||Population (2010)||Area (km2)|
|Xiyuzhuang Subdistrict||西于庄街道||Xīyúzhuāng Jiēdào||80,888||3.89|
|Shuanghuancun Subdistrict||双环村街道||Shuānghuáncūn Jiēdào||35,348||1.1|
|Xianyang North Road Subdistrict||咸阳北路街道||Xiányángběilù Jiēdào||74,799||2.42|
|Dingzigu Subdistrict||丁字沽街道||Dīngzìgū Jiēdào||98,652||2.47|
|Xigu Subdistrict||西沽街道||Xīgū Jiēdào||86,971||4.77|
|Santiaoshi Subdistrict||三条石街道||Sāntiáoshí Jiēdào||19,255||1.37|
|Shaogongzhuang Subdistrict||邵公庄街道||Shàogōngzhuāng Jiēdào||54,413||3.12|
|Jieyuan Subdistrict||芥园街道||Jièyuán Jiēdào||33,212||1.64|
|Lingdangge Subdistrict||铃铛阁街道||Língdānggé Jiēdào||39,157|
|Dahutong Subdistrict||大胡同街道||Dàhútòng Jiēdào||8,239|
|Heyuan Subdistrict||和苑街道||Héyuàn Jiēdào||not established|
Hongqiao is currently served by one metro lines operated by Tianjin Metro:
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