At a glance of Subway Yanfang Line

2017-02-17 15:27 千龙网

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A train is in a test run on the under-construction Subway Yanfang Line on February 17. The 9.1 billion yuan ($1.33 billion) project covering 20.5km and 12 stations belongs to the first batch of full-automatic subway lines in China. The line allows a top speed of 100 km/h and boasts a maximum passenger capacity of 1,262. It is planned to open to traffic in the year end. [Photo by Liu Xianguo/tuku.qianlong.com]

A train is in a test run on the under-construction Subway Yanfang Line on February 17. The 9.1 billion yuan ($1.33 billion) project covering 20.5km and 12 stations belongs to the first batch of full-automatic subway lines in China. The line allows a top speed of 100 km/h and boasts a maximum passenger capacity of 1,262. It is planned to open to traffic in the year end. [Photo by Liu Xianguo/tuku.qianlong.com]

Trains dock in the garage of the Subway Yanfang Line on February 17. The 9.1 billion yuan ($1.33 billion) project covering 20.5km and 12 stations belongs to the first batch of full-automatic subway lines in China. The line allows a top speed of 100 km/h and boasts a maximum passenger capacity of 1,262. It is planned to open to traffic in the year end. [Photo by Liu Xianguo/tuku.qianlong.com]

Trains dock in the garage of the Subway Yanfang Line on February 17. The 9.1 billion yuan ($1.33 billion) project covering 20.5km and 12 stations belongs to the first batch of full-automatic subway lines in China. The line allows a top speed of 100 km/h and boasts a maximum passenger capacity of 1,262. It is planned to open to traffic in the year end. [Photo by Liu Xianguo/tuku.qianlong.com]

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