Line 10 (Shanghai Metro)

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Line 10 is a southwest–northeast line of the Shanghai Metro network. It officially opened for service on April 10, 2010.[2][3] The line runs from Jilong Road to Hongqiao Railway Station, with a branch line from Longxi Road to Hangzhong Road. It has been given the unofficial nickname “Golden Line” as it links many of the city's tourist attractions like Yuyuan and Xintiandi. It connects the Hongqiao International Airport with the downtown core of Shanghai, and also the dense residential districts of Yangpu and Hongkou.[4] It is the only line in the system with numbered station codes, and is colored lilac on system maps. It is the first high-density and high-volume fully automatic subway line in Mainland China, operating with GoA4 unattended train operation.

Line 10
SHM Line 10 icon.svg
SHM AC13 in Jilong Road Station.jpg
A line 10 train at Jilong Road station
Overview
Other name(s)M1 (planned name)
Golden line (nickname)
StatusOperational
LocaleMinhang, Changning, Xuhui, Huangpu, Jing'an, Hongkou, and Yangpu districts, Pudong New Area
Shanghai
TerminiJilong Road
Hangzhong Road / Hongqiao Railway Station
Stations37
Service
TypeUrban rail transit in China Rapid transit
SystemShanghai Metro Shanghai Metro
Operator(s)Shanghai No.1 Metro Operation Co., Ltd.
Depot(s)Wuzhong Road parking lot; Gangcheng Road Depot
Rolling stock67 Type A 6-car trains
Daily ridership1.085 million (2019 peak)[1]
History
CommencedDecember 30, 2005; 16 years ago (2005-12-30)
OpenedApril 10, 2010; 12 years ago (2010-04-10)
Last extensionDecember 26, 2020; 16 months ago (2020-12-26)
Technical
Line length45 km (27.96 mi)
Number of tracks2
CharacterUnderground and elevated
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+12 in)
ElectrificationOverhead lines (1500 volts DC)
Operating speed80 km/h (50 mph)
Average speed: 31.8 km/h (20 mph)
SignallingALSTOM/CASCO Urbalis 888 CBTC
Route map
Route on the Shanghai map:
  • Shanghai Metro Line10 Map.png
To scale geographic map:
  • Shanghai Metro Line 10.svg

HistoryEdit

The first phase opened on 10 April 2010 and extended on 30 November 2010. The second phase of the line, a northern extension from Xinjiangwancheng to Jilong Road, which crosses underneath the Huangpu River and provide residents of northern Pudong with easier access to parts of Yangpu District and Hongkou District, opened on 26 December 2020.[5]

Shanghai Metro Line 10 opening history
Segment Commencement Length Station(s) Name
Longxi Road — Xinjiangwancheng 10 April 2010 24.76 km (15.39 mi) 24 Phase 1 (first section)
Hangzhong Road — Longxi Road 4.84 km (3.01 mi) 3
Hongqiao Railway Station — Longxi Road 30 November 2010 5.8 km (3.60 mi) 4 Phase 1 (second section)
Xinjiangwancheng — Jilong Road 26 December 2020 6 Phase 2

Construction accidentEdit

There have been a number accidents during the construction of Line 10 but none lead to reported deaths or major injuries. On April 20, 2007, a crane on the Songyuan Road construction site collapsed into a five-story building causing some external damage.[6] On June 25, 2008, during tunnel boring between Liyang Road and Quyang Road, a blowout occurred letting water and sand enter the tunnel and create minor sinkholes nearby.[7] On July 21, at the intersection of South Shaanxi Road and Nanchang Road Line 10 tunnel boring caused a sinkhole with a diameter of 1.8 meters and a depth of about 6 meters to appear. On May 18, 2009, a fire broke out on the construction site of Tongji University, covering an area of 100 square meters and burning down more than ten workers’ dormitories. No deaths were caused by this incident, as the workers were all evacuated in time.[8] On January 6, 2010, a crane at Songyuan Road suddenly lost control during operation, causing a 5-meter-long boom to crash on the roofs of two construction vehicles.[9]

StationsEdit

Service routesEdit

Shanghai Metro Line 10 service routes
Routes Station
Station name Connections Distance Location Open-
ing
Plat-
form[10]
M B P E English Chinese km min
Mainline
L10/01 Hongqiao Railway Station 虹桥火车站  2   17  AOH 0.00 0.00 0 Minhang 30 Nov
2010[11]
Underground Island
L10/02 Hongqiao Airport Terminal 2 虹桥2号航站楼  2  SHA 0.56 0.56 2
L10/03 Hongqiao Airport Terminal 1 虹桥1号航站楼   SHA 1.93 2.49 5
L10/04 Shanghai Zoo 上海动物园 1.96 4.45 8 Changning
Branch
L10/05-3 Hangzhong Road 航中路 1.03 5.48 0 Minhang 10 April
2010[12]
Underground Island
L10/05-2 Ziteng Road 紫藤路 1.19 6.67 3
L10/05-1 Longbai Xincun 龙柏新村 2.38 9.05 6
Mainline
L10/05 Longxi Road 龙溪路 1.27 10.32 10 Changning 10 April
2010[12]
Underground Side & Island
L10/06 Shuicheng Road 水城路 1.27 11.59 13 Underground Island
L10/07 Yili Road 伊犁路  15  (via Hongbaoshi Road)[a] 1.25 12.84 15
L10/08 Songyuan Road 宋园路 0.81 13.65 17 Underground Side
L10/09 Hongqiao Road 虹桥路  3   4  0.99 14.64 19 Xuhui Underground Island
L10/10 Jiaotong University 交通大学  11  1.27 15.91 21
L10/11 Shanghai Library 上海图书馆 1.18 17.09 24
L10/12 South Shaanxi Road 陕西南路  1   12  1.54 18.63 26 Huangpu
L10/13 Site of the First CPC National Congress · Xintiandi 一大会址·新天地  13  1.68 20.31 29 Underground Side
L10/14 Laoximen 老西门  8  0.86 21.17 31 Underground Island
L10/15 Yuyuan Garden 豫园  14  1.35 22.52 34
L10/16 East Nanjing Road 南京东路  2  1.17 23.69 36
L10/17 Tiantong Road 天潼路  12  0.71 24.40 38 Jing'an
L10/18 North Sichuan Road 四川北路 0.92 25.32 40 Hongkou Underground Side
L10/19 Hailun Road 海伦路  4  0.92 26.24 42 Underground Island
L10/20 Youdian Xincun 邮电新村 1.19 27.43 44 Underground Side
L10/21 Siping Road 四平路  8  1.01 28.44 46
L10/22 Tongji University 同济大学 0.97 29.41 48 Yangpu Underground Island
L10/23 Guoquan Road 国权路  18  0.84 30.25 50
L10/24 Wujiaochang 五角场 1.02 31.27 52
L10/25 Jiangwan Stadium 江湾体育场 0.60 31.87 54
L10/26 Sanmen Road 三门路 1.26 33.13 56
L10/27 East Yingao Road 殷高东路 1.00 34.13 58
L10/28 Xinjiangwancheng 新江湾城 0.79 34.92 60 Underground Double Island
L10/29 Guofan Road 国帆路 1.54 36.46 62 26 Dec
2020[13]
Underground Island
L10/30 Shuangjiang Road 双江路 3.25 39.71 67 Pudong Elevated Side
L10/31 West Gaoqiao 高桥西 1.35 41.06 69
L10/32 Gaoqiao 高桥 1.20 42.26 71
L10/33 Gangcheng Road 港城路  6  0.99 43.25 73
L10/34 Jilong Road 基隆路 1.69 44.94 76

Important stationsEdit

Future expansionEdit

There are currently no expansion plans under consideration.

Station name changeEdit

HeadwaysEdit

TechnologyEdit

 
AC Series train with operator cabs removed in 2021.
 
Retrofitted LCD passenger information screens on Line 10 Trains.

SignallingEdit

Line 10 is one of the first lines in China capable of automatic train operation.[14] However, upon opening it was operated with drivers on board. In 2020, the line started transitioning into GoA4 unattended train operation with driver cabs being gradually removed for the entire Line 10 fleet.[15][16]

Between December 2020 and January 2021, SATEE supplied its OptONIX and ONIX metro traction systems for 156 metro cars of Shanghai Line 10, with support from Xi'an Alstom Yongji Electric Equipment Co. Ltd (XAYEECO). It was also responsible for the train control monitoring system (TCMS) of Shanghai Line 10, and the line's train electrical design. During the same period, CASCO has successfully put into service its Urbalis 888 signalling solution on six of these metro lines in Chengdu and Shanghai.

Rolling stockEdit

Shanghai Metro Line 10 rolling stock
Set Manufacturer Time of
manufac-
turing
Type No
of
car
Assembly[b] Series Notes
41 Alstom Metropolis, Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Electric 2009-2010 A 6 Tc+Mp+M+M+Mp+Tc 10A01 [17] Since December 26, 2020, operator cabs are being gradually removed from each train.
26 Nanjing Puzhen Rolling Stock Co., Ltd. 2017-2019 A 6 Tc+Mp+M+M+Mp+Tc 10A02 [18]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Out-of-station virtual transfer to Line 10 at Hongbaoshi Road. This transfer will be counted as two separate journeys requiring two fares.
  2. ^ Tc: Trailer with cab; Mp: EMU with pantograph; M: EMU without pantograph.

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ 10号线4月10日提前开通试运营. Shanghai Metro. Retrieved 9 April 2010.
  3. ^ "组图:轨道交通10号线10日提前开通试运营_世博频道_腾讯网". 2010.qq.com.
  4. ^ "Shanghai metro reaches Hongqiao Airport". Railway Gazette International. 2010-03-16.
  5. ^ Chen Huizhi (2020-12-24). "World's largest subway system set to expand". Shine.cn. Retrieved 2020-12-24.
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  7. ^ 轨交10号线工地发生险情 未对沿线交通造成大影响-轨交—上海频道-东方网. sh.eastday.com.
  8. ^ 陈文. 即时播报:轨交十号线同济大学站在建工地突发火灾(图). 2009-05-18.
  9. ^ 地面塌陷吊车施工时失控. 东方早报. 2010-01-07
  10. ^ 乘车指南 > Station信息. Shanghai Metro Official Site. Retrieved 2015-12-17. Instructions: 点击相应线路,选择Station,点击"站层图"可查看相应Station的站台结构。
  11. ^ 轨道交通10号线主线段开通 虹桥火Station未来将实现五线换乘. Shanghai Metro Official Site. 2010-12-01.
  12. ^ a b 轨交10号线4月10日开通试运营 暂不接通虹桥枢纽. 新民网. 2010-04-08. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04.
  13. ^ Shanghai Metro (2020-12-26). "Phase 2 of Line 10 and Phase 1 (South Section) of Line 18 opens on December 26" 10号线二期、18号线一期南段12月26日起开通试运营. Shanghai Shentong Metro Group Co., Ltd. (in Chinese (China)).
  14. ^ "卡斯柯-全方位的轨道交通控制系统集成商". www.casco.com.cn. Retrieved 2021-06-06.
  15. ^ "上海地铁10号线列车驾驶室接连拆除,发生了什么?". sh.people.com.cn. Retrieved 2021-06-06.
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  17. ^ 上海十号线地铁列车. 中车南京浦镇车辆有限公司 (in Chinese). Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  18. ^ "轨交10号线将增26列新车 仍为6节编组A型车_大申网_腾讯网". sh.qq.com. Retrieved 2021-06-06.