Guangzhou Subway Line Four

Guangzhou Metro Line 4 runs from Chebeinan in the north to Jinzhou in the south. It has altogether 16 stations in total, two of which are under construction–Guanqiao and Qingsheng stations. Others include stations of Chebeinan (车陂南), Wanshengwei (万胜围), Guanzhou (官洲), Higher Education Mega Center N. (大学城北), Higher Education Mega Center S. (大学城南), Xinzao (新造), Shiqi (石碁), Haibang (海傍), Dichong (低涌), Dongchong (东涌), Huangge Auto Center (黄阁汽车城), Huangge (黄阁), Jiaomen (蕉门), and Jinzhou (金洲). The newly-constructed section of Chebeinan station is built at underground, while other sections are at elevated track.

Brief Description

Wanshengwei Station

Wanshengwei Station, a transfer station for Metro Line 2 and line 4, is an underground station below the crossroad of Xingang East Road and Xinjiao South Road. The station is near Guangdong Huangpu Technical School.

Guanzhou Station

Guanzhou Station sits in the middle of Guanzhou Island, near the Chen Ancestral Hall and Guangzhou International Biological Island (under construction).

Higher Education Mega Center S.

Higher Education Mega Center S. sits in Xiaoguwei Island, below the crossway of Higher Education Mega Center middle loop road and the 8th Road, the axis of the island. It is close to China Telecom Building and Southern General Business District.

Higher Education Mega Center N.

Higher Education Mega Center N. is located in the north part of Xiaoguwei Island. It only takes few minutes to reach Zhongshan University, Xinghai Conservatory of Music and South China Normal University. To the north of the station runs Northern General Business District, a place for university students to shop and entertain themselves.

Xinzao Station

Xinzao Station is located at Zengbian Village, Panyu Xinzao Town, a station connecting the newly-built section. The station is close to Zengbian Avenue, Xinzao Hospital and the administrative district.

Shiqi Station

Shiqi Station is the first station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits at the southeast of the crossing of the 60-meter-wide Shilian Road and Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway.

Haibang Station

Haibang Station is the second station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits at the southwest of the crossing of the 40-meter-wide Changnan Road and Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway.

Dichong Station

Dichong Station is the second station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits at the southwest of the crossing of the 60-meter-wide Nande Road and the 50-meter-wide Qianqing Road, southeast of the interchange exit of Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway.

Dongchong Station

Dongchong Station sits in the triangular block formed by the 60-meter-wide Dongchong Avenue, the 40-meter-wide Maofeng Road and Beijing-Zhuhai Expressway. A river flows on the south side.

Huangge Auto Center Station

Huangge Auto Center Station is a station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits on the south side of the crossway of the 60-meter-wide Xinshi South Road and Huangge North Road. To the north of the station Toyota Automobile Center is under construction.

Jiaomen Station

Jiaomen Station is a station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits between Nansha Avenue and Fenghuang Avenue. To its west the Nansha District Government building is under construction.

Jinzhou Station

Jiaomen Station is the terminal station at elevated track of the metro line 4. It sits on the west side of the crossing of the 60-meter-wide Shuangshan Avenue and Guangfeng Road, and above the Suangshan Avenue.

Guangzhou Subway Map

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