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Line 1 of Wuhan Metro Bridge

Panjang28.870,00 m
Kondisi UmumAktif
Jenis JembatanLintasan kereta api
Tanggal Selesai2004
Tanggal Peresmian28 July 2004
Latitude (GPS)30.5852000000000000
Longitude (GPS)114.2865340000000000

The Line 1 of Wuhan Metro (Chinese: 武汉地铁一号线) is an elevated metro line in the city of Wuhan, Hubei, China. Line 1 opened on 28 July 2004,[4] making Wuhan the fifth city in mainland China to have a metro system after Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou.[5] This is the first Metro line in China wrongly referred to as a light rail (轻轨, qing gui) line in Chinese terminology because it is elevated.



Phase 1 stations are (from west to east): Zongguan, Taipingyang, Qiaokoulu, Chongrenlu, Lijibeilu, Youyilu, Xunlimen (originally Jianghanlu, connection with future Line 2; not to confuse with the future Jianghanlu station of Line 2), Dazhilu, Sanyanglu, Huangpulu.

Line 1, Phase 2 stations from west to east are Jinshandadao (not open yet), Dongwudadao, Wuhuandadao, Etouwan, Zhuyehai (not open yet), Duoluokou, Gutianyilu, Gutianerlu, Gutiansanlu, Gutiansilu and Hanxiyilu to the West of Zongguan and Toudaojie, Erqilu, Xuzhouxincun, Danshuichi, Xinrong (originally Chalukou) and Dijiao to the East of Huangpulu (station names changed according to official system map and schedule


Beginning May 28, 2014, every other train will reach Hankou North Station as the northern terminus; others will terminate at Dijiao Station.[11]

Future Development

The western side of Line 1 will be extended 4 km to the Jing River.[12] Both extensions is expected to be completed in late 2013.

Sumber :,_Wuhan_Metro

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