Line 5 (Guangzhou Metro)

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Line 5
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Guangzhou Metro Line 5 CSR Sifang L2 Train 023024 arriving Tanwei Station 2018 01.jpg
Line 5 train near Tanwei
Overview
Other name(s)L2 (5 lines plan name)
M3 (7 lines plan name)
M5 (2000 plan name)
Huanshilu line (环市路线)
StatusOperational
Owner City of Guangzhou
Locale Huangpu, Tianhe, Yuexiu, and Liwan districts
Guangzhou, Guangdong
Termini Jiaokou
Wenchong
Stations24
Service
Type Rapid transit
System Guangzhou Metro
Services1
Operator(s) Guangzhou Metro Corporation
Rolling stock CRRC Qingdao Sifang/Kawasaki Heavy Industries Metro cars [1]
Daily ridership1.09 million (2017 daily average) [2]
1.367 million (2015 Peak) [3]
History
Opened28 December 2009;11 years ago (2009-12-28)
Technical
Line length31.9 km (19.82 mi)
Number of tracks2
CharacterUnderground and Elevated
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
Electrification Third rail, 1,500 V DC
(Overhead lines with same voltage installed in depot)
Route map

Contents

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Huangpu Ferry Terminal
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Wenchong
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Zhujiang New Town
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Line 5
Simplified Chinese 广州地铁5号线
Traditional Chinese 廣州地鐵5號線

Line 5 of the Guangzhou Metro runs from Liwan District to Huangpu District. It starts at Jiaokou running 31.9 km (19.8 mi) in a wide "∩" shape and ends at Wenchong. Like line 4 and 6 it's equipped with linear induction motor technology. Line 5's color is red. Huangpu Line began operation on 28 December 2009, from Jiaokou to Wenchong. As of May 2017, Line 5 carries an average of 1.05 million passengers per day and is extremely congested throughout the day, operating at over 100% capacity during rush hours. [4] [5] The opening of Phase I of Line 13 further increased traffic demand on the west end of Line 5 and pushing congestion to over 130% capacity. [6] Prompting the Guangzhou Metro to limit passenger traffic at a number of subway stations on Line 5. [6] In the future Line 13 Phase II will provide relief for Line 5.

Opening timeline

Line 5 drawn to scale. GZMTRLine5InScale.png
Line 5 drawn to scale.
SegmentCommencementLengthStation(s)Name
Jiaokou — Wenchong28 December 200931.9 km (19.82 mi)24(initial phase)

Stations

Station
No.
Station nameConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
5 01 Jiaokou 滘口0.000.00 Liwan
5 02 Tanwei 坦尾  6  1.751.75
5 03 Zhongshanba 中山八  11  1.543.29
5 04 Xichang 西场  13  1.534.82
5 05 Xicun 西村  8  0.685.50
5 06 Guangzhou Railway Station 广州火车站  2    11    14  

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1.587.08 Yuexiu
5 07 Xiaobei 小北2.409.48
5 08 Taojin 淘金  12    13   (both via Jianshe Liumalu)1.1010.58
5 09 Ouzhuang 区庄  6  1.0311.61
5 10 Zoo 动物园1.0912.70
5 11 Yangji 杨箕  1  1.0513.75
5 12 Wuyangcun 五羊邨  10   (Siyou Xinmalu)1.0614.81
5 13 Zhujiang New Town 珠江新城  3  0.7615.57 Tianhe
5 14 Liede 猎德1.1516.72
5 15 Tancun 潭村1.4418.16
5 16 Yuancun 员村  21   (to be replaced by   11  )1.7919.95
5 17 Keyun Lu 科韵路1.5521.50
5 18 Chebeinan 车陂南  4  1.3722.87
5 19 Dongpu 东圃1.3724.24
5 20 Sanxi 三溪1.5525.79
5 21 Yuzhu 鱼珠  13  1.7927.58 Huangpu
5 22 Dashadi 大沙地1.5529.13
5 23 Dashadong 大沙东  7  1.3330.46
5 24 Wenchong 文冲1.1931.65

Future Development

An eastern extension to Huangpu Passenger Port is currently under construction with opening scheduled in 2023. It is 9.76km long and with seven stations. [7] [8]

Station
no.
Station nameConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
5 25 Shuangsha 双沙 Huangpu
5 26 Miaotou Lu 庙头路
5 27 Xiayuan 夏园  13   BSicon BUS3.svg GBRT
5 28 Baoying Dadao 保盈大道
5 29 Guangzhou Development Zone 广州开发区
5 30 Huangpu Passenger Port 黄埔客运港 Dongguan Rail Transit logo.svg   1   (Planned)

Rolling Stock

Line 5 uses six car linear motor trains. In 2020, Guangzhou Metro started bidding for 14 additional trains to supplement the fleet in preparation for the east extension. [9]

TypeTime of manufacturingSeriesSetsAssemblyNotes
Type L2008–2010L230Mcp+M+Mp+M+M+McpManufactured by CRRC Qingdao Sifang [10]
Type L2011–2013L432Mcp+M+Mp+M+M+McpManufactured by CRRC Qingdao Sifang

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