Line 6 (Tianjin Metro)

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Line 6
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Tianjin Metro Line 6 Tianjin Hotel Station Platform to Meilin Road.jpg
Tianjinbinguan Station
Overview
Type Rapid transit
System Tianjin Metro
StatusOperational
Locale Tianjin, China
Termini Nansunzhuang
Meilinlu
Stations38
Services1
Operation
Opened6 August 2016;3 years ago (2016-08-06)
Owner Tianjin
Operator(s)Tianjin Rail Transit Group Corporation
CharacterUnderground, At-grade, & Elevated
Technical
Line length42.6 km (26.47 mi)
Number of tracks2
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)

Line 6 of the Tianjin Metro (Chinese :天津地铁六号线; pinyin :Tiānjīn Dìtiě Liù Hào Xiàn) a rapid transit line running from semi-circular from north-east to south-east Tianjin. It was opened on 6 August 2016. [1] The line was later extended on 31 December 2016 and on 26 April 2018. [2] The line is currently 42.6 km long and has 38 stations of which are underground. The line currently uses 6 car B size trains but the platform is long enough to support 8 car trains as demand grows in the future. Line 6, together with Line 5 will form a loop around Tianjin.

Contents

Opening timeline

SegmentCommencementLengthStation(s)Name
Changhonggongyuan — Nancuiping6 August 20169.5 km (5.90 mi)8Phase 1 (1st section)
Nansunzhuang — Changhonggongyuan31 December 201614.5 km (9.01 mi)16Phase 1 (2nd section)
Nancuiping — Meilinlu26 April 201819 km (11.81 mi)14Phase 1 (3rd section)

Stations (southwest to northeast)

Line 6 drawn to scale. Tianjin Metro Map Line6 201806.png
Line 6 drawn to scale.
Station nameConnectionsBus ConnectionsDistance
km
Location
EnglishChinese
Nansunzhuang 南孙庄0.000.00 Dongli
Nanhezhuang 南何庄664 8042.432.43
Dabizhuang 大毕庄664 8041.093.52
Jinzhongjie 金钟街701 715 8041.204.72
Xuzhuangzi 徐庄子199 469 570 701 715 8041.456.17
Jinzhonghedajie 金钟河大街  5  602 633 646 679 701 702 804 868 8702.458.62 Dongli/Hebei
Minquanmen 民权门199 469 570 609 633 646 701 702 804 818 828 8680.929.54 Hebei
Beininggongyuan 北宁公园1 27 340 469 609 619 622 641 646 656 670 671 675 702 749 813 818 869 901 903 9080.9410.48
Beizhan 北站  3   China Railways.svg TBP 1 18 22 27 469 609 610 619 622 641 646 670 671 702 803 813 818 869 901 903 908 9161.3311.81
Xinkaihe 新开河18 22 610 622 803 9160.5012.31
Waiyuanfuzhong 外院附中18 22 610 632 803 863 910 9161.1313.44
Tiantailu 天泰路34 324 607 611 622 659 802 869 8780.7714.21
Beiyunhe 北运河0.7514.96
Beizhulin 北竹林6520.7115.67 Hongqiao
Xizhan 西站  1   China Railways.svg TXP 10 15 24 31 52 153 161 168 461 469 588 601 635 651 661 687 688 746 810 829 840 904 9100.8416.51
Fuxinglu 复兴路6180.6217.13
Reminyiyuan 人民医院47 47区 48 48区 52 192 634 669 672 676 705 800 836 837 841 856 860 861 865 879 907 911 9611.5418.67
Changhong­gongyuan 长虹公园  2  47 47区 48 48区 52 191 192 645 673 686 841 858 860 867 879 903 9110.9219.59 Nankai
Yibindao 宜宾道47 47区 48 48区 52 191 192 646 700 842 867 879 903 9111.2020.79
Anshanxidao 鞍山西道45 47 47区 48 48区 50 52 191 192 193 609 646 662 678 681 687 700 829 850 851 867 879 903 9111.1321.92
Tiantuo 天拖46 47 47区 48 48区 50 52 191 192 193 609 646 681 687 700 829 850 903 9110.8322.75
Yizhongxinyiyuan 一中心医院47 47区 48 48区 50 52 191 192 193 609 640 681 687 700 829 850 866 903 9110.6523.40
Hongqi­nanlu 红旗南路  3  50 52 95 608 609 616 638 643 685 687 698 703 829 831 835 847 849 850 857 871 902 903 9681.2024.60
Yingfengdao 迎风道50 52 588 608 616 638 643 703 829 847 857 871 902 903 904 9680.6925.29
Nancuiping 南翠屏12 52 162 301 608 685 835 901 9631.4726.76
Shuishanggongyuandonglu 水上公园东路8 52 162 301 306 349 608 668 685 761 835 901 9631.2428.00
Zhongliuyiyuan 肿瘤医院  5  8 12 13 156 157 161 168 184 306 310 349 511 619 682 697 704 705 710 712 713 761 832 9010.9828.98 Hexi
Tianjinbinguan 天津宾馆  5  13 511 608 619 628 668 675 682 857 859 866 9531.3730.35
Wenhuazhongxin 文化中心  5  13 511 529 606 619 636 641 655 675 682 803 857 859 866 912 953 9680.9431.29
Leyuandao 乐园道529 604 606 619 632 655 657 665 668 682 698 846 857 859 866 868 9120.9332.22
Jianshanlu 尖山路604 632 665 686 698 8460.8733.09
Heiniuchengdao 黑牛城道20 96 604 628 632 655 657 665 686 698 800 846 8590.6433.73
Meijiangdao 梅江道20 337 604 632 662 7531.3535.08
Zuojiangdao 左江道310 323 612 615 636 705 753 8381.4436.52
Meijianggongyuan 梅江公园337 529 612 615 636 705 8380.7737.29 Jinnan
Meijianghuizhanzhongxin 梅江会展中心337 529 612 615 636 705 8380.8138.10
Jiefangnanlu 解放南路96 186 227 628 659 682 684 688 7042.0740.17
Dongtinglu 洞庭路1.0341.20
Meilinlu 梅林路304 309 336 376 613 800 9541.3642.56

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