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Lanzhou Metro

Lanzhou Metro
Overview
Locale Lanzhou, Gansu, China
Transit type Rapid Transit
Number of lines 1 (under construction)
Number of stations 20 (under construction)
Operation
Operation will start 2016
Operator(s) Lanzhou Railway Company
Technical
System length 26.78 km (16.6 mi)
Lanzhou Metro
Simplified Chinese 兰州地铁
Traditional Chinese 蘭州地鐵

Lanzhou Metro is a rapid transit system under construction in Lanzhou, Gansu. Line 1 started construction on July 9, 2012. Line 1 is 26.78 kilometers (16.6 mi) with 20 stations.[1] The line is completely underground with a completion deadline of 2016.[2]

The vision for the Lanzhou Metro includes three metro lines totaling 90 kilometers (56 mi), and a three-line, 117-kilometer (73 mi) suburban rail network, in the completed regional rapid transit network.[2]

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