Line 3 (Tianjin Metro)

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Line 3
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Line 3 trains
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Tianjin Metro
StatusOperational
Locale Tianjin, China
Termini Xiaodian
Nanzhan
Stations26
Services1
Operation
OpenedOctober 1, 2012;7 years ago (2012-10-01)
Owner Tianjin
Operator(s)Tianjin Rail Transit Group Corporation
CharacterUnderground, At-grade, & Elevated
Technical
Line length33.7 km (20.94 mi)
Number of tracks2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Route map

Contents

English
小淀
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Xiaodian
丰产河
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Fengchanhe
(Fengchan River)
华北集团
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Huabeijituan
(Huabei Group)
天士力
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Tianshili
宜兴埠
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Yixingfu
张兴庄
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Zhangxingzhuang
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铁东路
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Tiedonglu
(Tiedong Road)
北站
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Beizhan
(Tianjin North railway station)
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中山路
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Zhongshanlu
(Zhongshan Road)
金狮桥
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Jinshiqiao
天津站
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Tianjinzhan
(Tianjin railway station)
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津湾广场
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Jinwan'guangchang
(Jinwan Square)
和平路
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Hepinglu
(Heping Road)
营口道
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Yingkoudao
(Yingkou Road)
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西康路
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Xikanglu
(Xikang Road)
吴家窑
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Wujiayao
天塔
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Tianta
(Tianjin Radio and Television Tower)
周邓纪念馆
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Zhoudengji'nianguan
(Zhou Enlai & Deng Yingchao Memorial Hall)
红旗南路
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Hongqinanlu
(South Hongqi Road)
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王顶堤
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Wangdingdi
华苑
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Huayuan
大学城
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Daxuecheng
(University Town)
高新区
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Gaoxinqu
(Hi-tech Industrial Development Area)
学府工业区
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Xuefugongyequ
(Xuefu Industrial Zone)
杨伍庄
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Yangwuzhuang
南站
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Nanzhan
(Tianjin South railway station)
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Line 3 of the Tianjin Metro (Chinese :天津地铁三号线; pinyin :Tiānjīn Dìtiě Sān Hào Xiàn) a rapid transit line running from north-east to south-west Tianjin. It was opened on 1 October 2012. The line is 33.7 km long and has 26 stations of which 8 are elevated and the rest are underground. [1]

Opening timeline

SegmentCommencementLengthStation(s)Name
Gaoxinqu — Xiaodian1 October 201229.655 km (18.43 mi)23(initial phase)
Nanzhan — Gaoxinqu28 December 20131.1 km (0.68 mi)3Southern extension

Stations (southwest to northeast)

Line 3 drawn to scale. Tianjin Metro Map Line3 201806.png
Line 3 drawn to scale.
Station nameConnectionsBus ConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
Nanzhan 南站 China Railways.svg TIP 312 587 674 707 7580.000.00 Xiqing
Yangwuzhuang 杨伍庄1.461.46
Xuefugongyequ 学府工业区620 638 8620.922.38
Gaoxinqu 高新区189 313 620 7541.744.12
Daxuecheng 大学城162 310 754 8711.185.30
Huayuan 华苑301 322 347 608 609 616 638 687 831 835 849 8722.708.00 Nankai
Wangdingdi 王顶堤95 608 609 616 685 687 698 703 835 847 849 850 8720.798.79
Hongqi­nanlu 红旗南路  6  50 52 95 608 609 616 638 643 685 687 698 703 829 831 835 847 849 850 857 871 872 902 903 9680.799.58
Zhoudeng­ji'nianguan 周邓纪念馆588 643 871 872 9041.3610.94
Tianta 天塔8 12 156 157 161 168 184 588 612 615 628 643 658 675 686 710 712 713 832 859 866 8721.2712.21
Wujiayao 吴家窑9 35 47 47区 48 48区 95 157 175 189 190 310 662 685 697 698 712 831 845 855 870 871 872 878 879 901 902 904 951 952 963 9681.0113.22 Hexi/Heping
Xikanglu 西康路35 858 862 878 879 901 9081.4514.67 Heping
Yingkoudao 营口道  1  3 45 50 503 600 606 631 632 641 643 657 659 669 673 678 800 840 842 847 851 865 867 870 901 906 9541.0915.76
Hepinglu 和平路1 9 20 28 35 37 50 92 93 96 97 185 186 189 190 605 611 629 642 660 688 760 808 826 827 828 830 831 837 838 845 851 865 868 901 9511.1216.88
Jinwan­'guangchang 津湾广场1 20 28 35 37 50 92 97 185 605 642 660 688 760 808 837 845 868 901 951 9531.6118.49
Tianjinzhan 天津站  2    9   China Railways.svg TJP   Jingjin    Jinji  96 181 182 187 190 194 195 196 197 198 199 528 607 701 749 8130.8519.34 Hedong
Jinshiqiao 金狮桥15 22 27 600 633 653 675 701 804 856 861 868 870 907 908 9161.4120.75 Hebei
Zhongshanlu 中山路1 12 18 22 27 469 609 610 619 622 641 646 670 671 702 803 813 818 869 901 903 908 9161.1921.94
Beizhan 北站  6   China Railways.svg TBP   Jinji  1 18 22 27 469 609 619 622 641 646 670 671 702 803 813 818 869 901 903 908 9160.6622.60
Tiedonglu 铁东路27 47 47区 48 48区 602 619 641 670 671 675 749 813 863 901 908 910 911 9121.4824.08
Zhangxingzhuang 张兴庄  5  675 8521.5025.58
Yixingfu 宜兴埠149 6750.7426.32 Beichen
Tianshili 天士力150 160 182 195 334 670 671 740 749 8110.9227.24
Huabei­jituan 华北集团149 150 160 181 182 194 195 196 197 198 314 670 671 740 764 765 8112.7630.00
Fengchanhe 丰产河182 670 6711.5131.51
Xiaodian 小淀7651.8933.40

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References

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