Suzhou Transportation

Suzhou Rail Transit

Suzhou Metro Map
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Suzhou currently has three rail transit lines in operation. Line 1 runs from Mudu in the west to Zhongnan Street in the east and Line 2 is a north-south line from Qihe to Sangtiandao. Covering 53 kilometers (33 miles) and 38 stations, Line 4 includes a main line (Longdaobang - Tongli) and a branch line (Hongzhuang - Muli).

According to the short-term plan, there will be an additional 4 lines and 105 stations. In the long planning, 9 more lines measuring over 380 kilometers (235 miles) with 181 stations will be added.  There will also be an additional 6 tramways and 3 suburban lines planned in the future.
 

Lines in Operation

 Line 1: Mudu – Zhongnan Street
Length: 28 kilometers (16 miles)
Stations: Mudu – Jinfeng Road – Fenghu Road – Yushan Road – Amusement Land – Tayuan Road – Binhe Road – Xihuan Road – North Tongjing Road – South Guangji Road – Yangyu Lane – Leqiao – Lindun Road – Xiangmen – Donghuan Road - Central Park – Xinghai Square - Gate of the Orient - Culture & Expo Center – Times Square – Xinghu Street – Nanshi Street – Xingtang Street - Zhongnan Street

Suzhou Metro Line 2: Qihe – Sangtiandao
Length: 42 kilometers (26 miles)
Stations: Qihe - Fuxiang Road - North Railway Station – Dawan – Fuyuan Road – Likou – Xutugang – Middle Yangchenghu Road – Lumu – East Pinglong Road – Pinghe Road – Suzhou Railway StationShantang Street – Shilu – South Guangji Road – Sanxiang Square – Laodong Road – Xujiang Road – Tongjing Park – Youlian – Panli Road – Xinjiaqiao – East Shihu Road – Baodaiqiao South - Yinzhong Road - Guoxiang - Guoyuan Road - Yinshan Lake - Dushu Lake South - Dushu Lake Neighbor Center - Yueliangwan (Moon Bay) - Songtao Street - Jingu Road - Jinshang Road - Sangtiandao

 Line 4: Longdaobang  Tongli; Hongzhuang  Muli
Length:  53 kilometers (33 miles)
Stations:
Main Line Route: Longdaobang – Zhangzhuang – Yaoxiang – Huolidao – Sunwu Jinianyuan – Pinglong Road West – Sujin – Suzhou Railway Station – Beisita – Chayuanchang – Leqiao – Sanyuanfang – Nanmen – Renminqiao South – Tuanjieqiao – Baodai Road – East Shihu Road – Hongzhuang – Qingshuwan – Huagang – West Jiangling Road – West Jiangxing Road – Liuhong Road – Lize Road – Gujiadang – Suzhouwan East – Songling Avenue – Wujiang Renmin Guangchang – Wujiang Bus Station – Pangjin Road – Tongli

Branch Line Route: Hongzhuang – Lishu – Shihu Moshe – Yuexi – Wenxi Road – Tian’edang Road – Suzhouwan North – Muli

 

Ticket Fare

It is CNY2 for the first 3.7 miles (6 kilometers), CNY3 for 3.7 to 6.8 miles (6 to 11 kilometers), CNY4 for 6.8 to 10 miles (11 to 16 kilometers), CNY5 for 10 to 14 miles (16 to 23 kilometers), CNY6 for 14 to 18.6 miles (23 to 30 kilometers), extra CNY1 for every additional 5.6 miles (9 kilometers) if distance over 18.6 miles (30 kilometers).


The following metro lines are under construction or in plan:

 Line 3: New District – Yangcheng Lake
Length: 46 kilometers (29 miles)
Stations: New District – Fazhan Road – Wenchang Road – Xinting Road – Lushan Road – Huashan Road – Heshan Road – Amusement Land – Shishan Road – Yushan Road – Zhuyuan Road – Hengshan Road – Hengtang Town – International Education Park – Canglang New City – West Baodai Road – East Baodai Road – Yingchun Road – Hongye Road – Dongxing Road – Loufeng Town – Xinghai Street – Xingbo Street – Ligongdi – Shilian Street – Xinghu Street – Chexie Road – Susheng Road – Fangzhou Park – Xingtang Street – Shenhu Road – Xieyu Street – Fengting Avenue – Yangcheng Lake 

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 Line 5: Taihu Lake Holiday Resort – Weiting
Length: 50 kilometers (31 miles)
Routes: Taihu Lake Holiday Resort – Old City Area – Huxi CBD – Industrial Park Intercity Station – Weiting

It is scheduled to be opened in 2019.

 Line 6
Phase 1: Suzhou New District – Xinghua Street
Length: 34 kilometers (21 miles)
The line interchanges with lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 7.

 Line 7
Phase one of line 7 is under construction and expected to be in operation by 2016. Phase two is about 21 miles (33 kilometers) long and has 7 stations.

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