GuangFo Line (Guangzhou — Foshan) is the first intercity underground rail in China, covering Haizhu District and Liwan District of Guangzhou City as well as Chancheng District and Nanhai District of Foshan City.
The Guangzhou–Foshan Section of Pearl River Delta Intercity Rapid Transit is an intercity metro line that connects Guangzhou and Foshan. It is commonly known as Guangfo Metro and Guangfo Line of Guangzhou Metro. The section within Foshan also doubles as Line 1 of FMetro (Foshan Metro). The line is operated by Guangdong Guangfo Inter-City Co., Ltd., a subsidiary co-owned by Guangzhou Metro (51%) and Foshan Metro (49%).
Its first section, from Xilang to Kuiqi Lu in Foshan, started operation on 3 November 2010 with 21 km of tracks and 14 stations.Eleven of the stations are located in Foshan, while the other three are in Guangzhou.The extension from Xilang to Lijiao will open in 2012. When the line is completed, it will have 32.2 km of tracks and 21 stations, of which 17.4 km of tracks and 10 stations will be located in Guangzhou. The line will interchange with Line 1 at Xilang, Line 2 at Nanzhou, Line 3 at Lijiao, and Line 8 at Shayuan. It will run four-car trains. All its stations are underground
Route: Xiliang – Jushu – Longxi – Financial Hi-Tech Zone – Qiandenghu Lake – Leigang – Nanguilu – Guicheng – Chao’an – Pujunbeilu – Zumiao – Tongji Lu – Jihua Park – Kuiqi Lu
Transfer Station: Xilang Station → Line 1
|Station||First Train||Last Train|
|To Kuiqi Lu||To Xilang||To Kuiqi Lu||To Xilang|
|Financial Hi-Tech Zone||06:21||06:10||23:25||23:01|