Line 5 (Tianjin Metro)

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Line 5 train interior
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Tianjin Metro
StatusOperational
Locale Tianjin, China
Termini Beichenkejiyuanbei
Zhongyiyifuyuan
Stations27 (Now)
28 (Full line)
Services1
Operation
Opened22 October 2018;22 months ago (2018-10-22)
Owner Tianjin
Operator(s)Tianjin Binhai Mass Transit Development Co., Ltd. (As a subsidiary of Tianjin Rail Transit Group Corporation since 2017)
CharacterUnderground, At-grade, & Elevated
Technical
Line length34.8 km (21.62 mi) [1] [2] (full line)
Number of tracks2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

Line 5 of the Tianjin Metro (Chinese :天津地铁5号线; pinyin :Tiānjīn Dìtiě Wǔ Hào Xiàn) is a rapid transit line running from semi-circular from north-west to south-west Tianjin. It is run by Tianjin Binhai Mass Transit Development Co., Ltd, which becomes a subsidiary of Tianjin Rail Transit Group Corporation since 2017.

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On 22 October 2018, the section from Danhebeidao to Zhongyiyifuyuan (26 stations) became operational. On 31 January 2019, the line was extended one station to Beichenkejiyuanbei.

The full line, from Beichenkejiyuanbei to Liqizhuangnan, is 34.8 km [1] [2] in length and has 28 stations. Beichenkejiyuanbei is half-underground. Liqizhuangnan is at-grade. All other stations are underground.

The line uses 6 car B size trains.

Line 5, together with Line 6 forms a loop around Tianjin.

Opening timeline

SegmentCommencementLengthStation(s)Name
Danhebeidao — Zhongyiyifuyuan22 October 2018? km26(initial phase)
Beichenkejiyuanbei — Danhebeidao31 January 2019? km1one-station extension

Stations (southwest to northeast)

Station nameConnectionsBus ConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
Beichenkejiyuanbei 北辰科技园北 Beichen
Danhebeidao 丹河北道
Beichendao 北辰道764 850 909
Zhiyedaxue 职业大学
Huaihedao 淮河道27 334 343 733 740 743 803 811 812 813 910
Liaohebeidao 辽河北道733 743 803 811 812 813 910
Yixingfubei 宜兴埠北150 160 182 195 619 641 670 671 675 733 749 811 812 908
Zhangxingzhuang 张兴庄  3  675 852
Zhichenglu 志成路675
Siyuanlu 思源路 Hebei
Jianchangdao 建昌道1 602 633 679 869
Jinzhonghedajie 金钟河大街  6  602 633 646 679 701 702 804 868 870 Dongli/Hebei
Yueyahe 月牙河15 353 602 608 609 679 902 911 Hebei
Xingfugongyuan 幸福公园22 315 602 608 842
Jingjianglu 靖江路  2  32 35 327 353 602 622 635 660 663 689 861 907 Hedong
Chenglindao 成林道30 35 42 47 47区 48 48区 353 516 608 639 640 656 665 666 681 827 836 847 856 866 905 912 916 963
Jintanglu 津塘路28 185 511 608 621 643 656 665 676 806 847 856 862 905 962
Zhigu 直沽  9  92 359 511 608 665 668 678 760 840 860 962
Xiawafang 下瓦房  1  3 20 175 359 511 608 631 641 659 665 668 678 685 760 846 860 867 868 962 963 Hexi
Xi'nanlou 西南楼47 47区 48 48区 95 175 529 604 606 619 632 657 682 697 698 803 835 855 857 866 872 908 953 954 963
Wenhuazhongxin 文化中心  6  13 511 529 606 619 636 641 655 675 682 803 857 859 866 912 953 968
Tianjinbinguan 天津宾馆  6  13 511 608 619 628 668 675 682 857 859 866 953
Zhongliuyiyuan 肿瘤医院  6  8 12 13 156 157 161 168 184 306 310 349 511 619 682 697 704 705 710 712 713 761 832 901
Tiyuzhongxin 体育中心8 52 162 301 306 349 761 Nankai
Lingbinlu 凌宾路870 Xiqing
Changlinglu 昌凌路349 712 713 753 953
Zhongyiyifuyuan 中医一附院713 753
Liqizhuangnan 李七庄南

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