Harbin metro: diagram, description, photo. Harbin metro maps

Harbin metro: diagram, photo, description

Harbin metro map

Harbin metro map

The subway system in Harbin, China, was fully operational in the fall of 2013. Its only branch so far is marked in red on the maps and connects the South and East city railway stations. The route starts in the south of Harbin, runs northward to the city center, where it turns northeast and then east. The length of the first line of the Harbin metro is 17.5 kilometers. There are 18 stations on the route for the entry and exit of passengers.
The construction of the Harbin metro was launched in the fall of 2008. For the needs of the metro, a tunnel was used, preserved under the city since the Second World War. The ten-kilometer network of evacuation routes was rebuilt into a subway.
The multimillion-dollar Harbin is one of the main cities of the People's Republic of China, and therefore the need for a subway is long overdue. The subway not only solved some of the problems with traffic jams and congestion on city streets, but also significantly reduced the burden on traffic police officers. In addition, the Harbin metro system is a convenient way for city visitors arriving by train to reach the city center and other areas..
In the future, the expansion of the Harbin metro and the laying of at least four more routes, which by 2020 will connect all districts of the city and form a single network, with a length of at least 140 kilometers.

Harbin metro opening hours

Harbin Metro opens at 6 am and ends at 9 pm. Longer working hours of the Harbin subway are possible in the future.

Photos of Harbin metro

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    Harbin metro map

  • Harbin metro: diagram, photo, description