Line 4 (Hangzhou Metro)

Line 4
LocaleHangzhou, Zhejiang, China
TypeRapid transit
SystemHangzhou Metro
Operator(s)Hangzhou Metro Corporation
Depot(s)Qibao Stabling Yard
Gouzhuang Depot
Rolling stock6 cars, type B
Daily ridership422,800 (2019 Peak)
Opened2 February 2015; 6 years ago
Line length20.85 km (12.96 mi)
Number of tracks2
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
ElectrificationOverhead 1500V DC
Operating speed80km/h (50mph)

Line 4 of the Hangzhou Metro (Chinese: 杭州地铁四号线; pinyin: Hángzhōu Dìtiě Sìhào Xiàn) is a rapid transit line in operation since 2015. Running northeast–southwest, the line connects Hangzhou East railway station, Qianjiang New City and Binjiang District. Part of the line (Qianjiang Road to Shuicheng Bridge) runs along the north bank of Qiantang River.

The second phase of Line 4 is under construction and is scheduled to be in operation in 2021.[1][2]

Opening timeline

Segment Commencement Length Station(s) Name
Pengbu — Jinjiang 2 February 2015 9.6 km (5.97 mi) 9 Phase 1 (initial section)
Xintang 28 June 2015 Infill station 1
Jinjiang — Puyan 9 January 2018 11.2 km (6.96 mi) 7 Phase 1 (final section)
Lianzhuang 6 June 2018 Infill station 1


Station name[3] Connections Distance
English Chinese
Chihua Street 池华街 Xihu
Jinjiadu 金家渡  2  Yuhang
Haoyun Street 好运街
Hangxing Road 杭行路
Chuyun Road 储运路
Ping'anqiao 平安桥
Ducheng Ecological Park 独城生态公园 Gongshu
Wujiajiaogang 吴家角港
Taoyuan Street 桃源街
Gaotingba 皋亭坝
Xintiandi Street 新天地街 Xiacheng
South Huazhong Road 华中南路
Jianqiao Old Street 笕桥老街 Jianggan
Liming 黎明
Mingshi Road 明石路
Pengbu 彭埠  1  0.00 0.00
East Railway Station 火车东站  1  HGH 1.10 1.10
Xinfeng 新风 0.60 1.70
Xintang 新塘 1.25 2.95
Jingfang 景芳 1.15 4.10
Qianjiang Road 钱江路  2  1.45 5.55
Jiangjin Road 江锦路 0.95 6.50
Citizen Center 市民中心 0.65 7.15
Chengxing Road 城星路 0.75 7.90
Jinjiang 近江  1  1.30 9.20 Shangcheng
Yongjiang Road 甬江路
Nanxingqiao 南星桥  5 
Fuxing Road 复兴路
Shuicheng Bridge 水澄桥
Lianzhuang 联庄 Binjiang
Zhejiang Chinese Medical University 中医药大学  6 
Yangjiadun 杨家墩
Puyan 浦沿


Categories: Hangzhou Metro | 2015 establishments in China | Railway lines opened in 2015

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