Line 3 (Guangzhou Metro)

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Line 3
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Platform of Tiyu Xilu
Overview
Other name(s)M3 (5 lines plan name)
M6 (7 lines plan name)
M3 (2000 plan name)
Southern-Northern express line (南北快线)
Shiqiao line (市桥线)
Airport line (机场线)
StatusOperational
Owner City of Guangzhou
Locale Panyu, Haizhu, Tianhe, Baiyun, and Huadu districts
Guangzhou, Guangdong
Termini Tiyu Xilu/Panyu Square
Airport North (Terminal 2)/Tianhe Coach Terminal
Stations30
Service
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Services2
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Rolling stock120 Siemens Mobility-CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive Modular Metro cars [1]
Daily ridership1.765 million (May 2015 Avg.) [2] [3] 2.54 million (2017 Peak) [4]
History
Opened26 December 2005;15 years ago (2005-12-26)
Technical
Line length65.43 km (40.66 mi)
Number of tracks2
CharacterUnderground
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Electrification Overhead lines, 1,500 V DC
Operating speed120 km/h (75 mph)
Route map

Contents

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Line 3
Simplified Chinese 广州地铁3号线
Traditional Chinese 廣州地鐵3號線
Shiqiao line
Simplified Chinese 市桥线
Traditional Chinese 市橋線
Airport line
Simplified Chinese 机场线
Traditional Chinese 機場線

Line 3 of the Guangzhou Metro is a 65.43-kilometer (40.66 mi) rapid transit line connecting Panyu Square to Tianhe Coach Terminal. The entire line, including all track and stations, is located in tunnels. [5] Its 57.93 km (36.00 mi) main branch, excluding the 7.5 km (4.7 mi) branch between Tianhe Coach Terminal and Tiyu Xilu, is the longest continuous subway tunnel in the world, and the longest rail tunnel of any kind (surpassing the Gotthard Base Tunnel in Switzerland).

Line 3 is split into two sections, Shiqiao line (main line, from Panyu Square to Tianhe Coach Terminal) and Airport line (northern branch, Tiyu Xilu to Airport North), and are branded with the colour orange. The line is extremely congested, with numerous sections officially operating over 100% capacity. [6]

History

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Line 3 drawn to scale.

Line 3 was built in four main stages, opened over a five-year period: [7]

SegmentCommencementLengthStation(s)Name
Kecun — Guangzhou East26 December 20057.8 km (4.85 mi)5(northern section)
Panyu Square — Kecun30 December 200619.6 km (12.18 mi)7(southern section)
Tiyu Xilu — Tianhe Coach Terminal7.5 km (4.66 mi)5(spur section)
Airport South — Guangzhou East30 October 201029.3 km (18.21 mi)10Northern extension
Gaozeng28 December 2017Infill station1Line 9 connector
Airport North — Airport South26 April 20181.23 km (0.76 mi)1Airport extension

Train service

There are 4 types of train services offered on the metro line 3:

Stations

NMMNSStation
No.
Station nameConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
3 01 Panyu Square 番禺广场  17    18    22  0.000.00 Panyu
3 02 Shiqiao 市桥3.863.86
3 03 Hanxi Changlong 汉溪长隆  7  6.2710.13
3 04 Dashi 大石2.4412.57
3 05 Xiajiao 厦滘2.8515.42
3 06 Lijiao 沥滘  Guangfo  1.8517.27 Haizhu
3 07 Datang 大塘  11  2.5719.84
3 08 Kecun 客村  8  2.0221.86
3 09 Canton Tower formerly Chigang Pagoda广州塔  APM   BSicon TRAM.svg   THZ1  1.1523.01
3 10 Zhujiang New Town formerly Zhu Jiang Xin Cheng珠江新城  5  1.5124.52 Tianhe
3 11 Tiyu Xilu 体育西路  1    10   (via Tianhe Lu) BSicon BUS3.svg GBRT 1.3125.83
3 12 Shipaiqiao 石牌桥 BSicon BUS3.svg GBRT 1.3427.17
3 13 Gangding 岗顶 BSicon BUS3.svg GBRT 0.8528.02
3 14 South China Normal University 华师  11  0.8828.90
3 15 Wushan 五山1.5930.49
3 16 Tianhe Coach Terminal 天河客运站  6  2.5933.08
3 17 Linhexi 林和西  APM  1.1534.23 Tianhe
3 18 Guangzhou East Railway Station 广州东站  1    GS   China Railways.svg GGQ 1.0935.32
3 19 Yantang 燕塘  6  1.0736.39
3 20 Meihuayuan 梅花园1.9038.29 Baiyun
3 21 Jingxi Nanfang Hospital 京溪南方医院1.3639.65
3 22 Tonghe 同和1.3941.04
3 23 Yongtai 永泰3.3444.38
3 24 Baiyundadaobei 白云大道北0.8545.23
3 25 Jiahewanggang 嘉禾望岗  2    14  2.2547.48
3 26 Longgui 龙归6.3053.78
3 27 Renhe 人和5.3759.15
3 28 Gaozeng 高增  9  2.4661.61
3 29 Airport South (Terminal 1)机场南(1号航站楼) BSicon FLUG.svg CAN 3.8165.42 Huadu
3 30 Airport North (Terminal 2)机场北(2号航站楼) BSicon FLUG.svg CAN 1.2366.65

Future Expansion

Eastern Extension

A further extension east of Haibang Station to Hai'ou Island and eventually across the Pearl River to Dongguan was proposed in 2007. In 2017, the Guangzhou Municipal Land Planning Commission approved the planning for Line 3 to be extended to Hai'ou Island. [18] However, the extension eastward beyond Panyu Square station was approved by National Development and Reform Commission to only reach Haibang station as part of Guangzhou's (2015-2025) subway expansion plan in March 2018. [19] It was revealed that the extension to Hai'ou Island is reserved for future planning. [20] The extension is 9.58km long as will add four new stations and connect Line 3 to Line 4. [21] Guangzhou Metro will order 10 more six car trains to serve the extension. Construction of this extension started November 19, 2018. [22]

Station
no.
Station nameConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
3 ?? Haibang 海傍  4   Panyu
3 ?? Jinguang Dadao 金光大道
3 ?? Guangzhou Xinchengxi 广州新城西
3 ?? Panyu Coach Terminal 番禺客运站

Line 10

The Tiyu Xilu-Tianhe Coach Terminal Section will end its service. The Shipaiqiao-Tianhe Coach Terminal Section will be given to Line 10.

Rolling Stock

At the time of introduction Line 3 trains were one of the fastest subway trains in China, reaching up to 120km/h in service. [23] As of 2020 there is currently a fleet of 71 six car trains serving Line 3. [24] In August 2020, plans were announced for 18 additional trains to be purchased for Line 3. [24] [25]

TypeTime of manufacturingSeriesSetsAssemblyNotes
Type B2005–2007B120Mcp+T+Mcp=Mcp+T+McpManufactured by CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive and Siemens Mobility initially as 40 three car sets but later reformed into 20 six car sets. [23] [26]
Type B2009–2011B225Mc+Tp+M+M+Tp+McFirst batch manufactured by CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive [27]
Type B2011–2012B426Mc+Tp+M+M+Tp+McSecond batch manufactured by CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive

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