Line S1 (Beijing Subway)
Line S1 (Chinese: 北京地铁S1线; pinyin: běijīng dìtiě S-yī xiàn) of the Beijing Subway is a medium-low speed maglev line. It is operated by the Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Corporation Limited. The line was opened on 30 December 2017. It starts from Jin'anqiao station and goes west towards Mentougou District.[dead link]
|Locale||Shijingshan and Mentougou districts|
(Will be extended to Pingguo Yuan in 2021)
|Type||Rapid Transit, Maglev|
|Operator(s)||Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Co., Ltd|
|Opened||30 December 2017|
|Line length||9.1 km (5.7 mi)|
(10.2 km when extends to Pingguoyuan)
|Operating speed||100 km/h (62 mph)|
Six-coach maglev trains were built by the Tangshan Railway Vehicle, a subsidiary of CRRC. It is China's 3rd commercial maglev train in operation. Line S1 is part of Beijing's attempts to tackle environmental problems caused by heavy car use, coal burning and fast urbanization by upgrading its urban rail systems.
The Line S1 designation is a holdover from a defunct plan to build several suburban railway lines in Beijing. Line S1 was envisioned to reuse the Jingmen Railway connecting Cishou Si station to Mentougou District. That plan was abandoned and the section between Pingguoyuan and Cishousi stations was replaced with Phase 3 of Line 6, and the other section was replaced with today's Maglev S1 Line.
When the Line S1 originally opened in 2017, it was not connected to the rest of the subway network. With the opening of Line 6 Phase 3 on 30 December 2018, passengers can transfer to Line 6 at Jin'anqiao.
|Jin'anqiao — Shichang||30 December 2017||9.1 km (5.65 mi)||7||(initial phase)|
Line S1 will be extended to Pingguoyuan. The extension is under construction. The elevated station for line S1 will open together with the Pingguoyuan Transportation Hub which will be finished in 2021. In July 2021 a major bridge was completed and the opening of the extension is expected by the end of the year.
|Station Name||Connections||Nearby Bus Stops||Distance
|Shichang||石厂||931 948 959 960 M26 M32 M42 M44||0.000||0.000||Mentougou|
|Xiaoyuan||小园||890 960 965 981 994 M1 M26 M27 M41 M42 M44||1.297||1.297|
|Liyuanzhuang||栗园庄||941 981 M1 M24 M25 M27 M42 M44||1.266||2.563|
|Shang'an||上岸||992 M1 M25 M27 M41 M43 M44||1.044||3.607|
|Qiaohuying||桥户营||M25 M41 M43||1.065||4.672|
|Sidao Qiao||四道桥||941 M24||0.834||5.506|
|Jin'an Qiao||金安桥||325 336 337 358 370 396 472 489 876 892 921 929 931 932 941 941快 948 959 961 977 977快 981 BRT4(快速公交4) M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M11 M16 M20 M22 专61 专110 专148||2.710||8.216||Shijingshan|
- simplified Chinese: 门头沟线; traditional Chinese: 門頭溝線; pinyin: Méntóugōu Xiàn
- 大台线; 大台線; Dàtái Xiàn
- 北京低速磁悬浮; 北京低速磁懸浮; Běijīng Dīsù Cíxuánfú
- 北京磁浮; Běijīng Cífú
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