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Xiamen interchange links new BRT line to airport shuttle buses

 According to the Xiamen Public Transport Group, two new bus lines will be added to the city's public transit network starting from October 15th, 2018. The official names of the two new lines will be "BRT Line 8" and Gaoqi Airport shuttle bus "B5." Meanwhile, a new Gaoqi Airport Interchange Station will open on October 15th.       Facts about BRT Line 8: Route: No.1 Port - Kaihe Lukou/开禾路口 - Sibei/思北 - Douxi/斗西 - Ershi/二市 - Wenzao/文灶 - Xiamen Railway Station/厦门火车站 - Lianban/莲坂 -

New ramp bridge to link Xiamen BRT Line 3 to outlying districts

The Xiamen BRT system was opened in September 2008 with 3 lines.      According to the latest plan for the renovation project along the BRT lines, construction on a ramp near Jiashenghao Garden, a residential community on Xiamen Island, has been completed.     The new ramp is a two-way elevated bridge with designed speed of 50km/h, linking Lianqian Dong Road with Yunding Zhong Road.    It is part of the renovation of the BRT lines in Xiamen, which also includes firefighting facilities, station monitoring, the Zhonglun Park

Plan for Metro Line 4 and 5 unveiled, Xiamen to have 5 Metro lines by 2020

    Xiamen Metro network will integrate with Xiamen BRT lines to form a convenient transportation network for residents in Xiamen by 2020, according to Xiamen Planning Bureau.   Five Metro lines will be built with total length of about 189 kilometers by the end of 2020.   The routes of newly planned Metro Line 4 and 5 are as follows:   Xiamen Metro Line 4 (10 stops):   Xiamen Xiang’an International Airport-Shuang Hu (双沪)-Wang Cuo (汪厝)-Peng Cuo Bei (彭厝北)-Hong Keng (洪坑)-Shuang Guo Shan

Thorough safety inspection on BRT lines launched in Xiamen

Xiamen BRT (file photo)   Xiamen BRT Company announced that it has launched a safety inspection of all BRT lines on Tuesday after Fujian Jiaojian Group Engineer Co.,Ltd was exposed to have participated in the construction of part of BRT line 1, reported Southeast Post. A 100-metre section of a costly bridge in Northeastern China’s Harbin city broke off on 24th Aug after only one year in service, resulting in the deaths of 3 drivers and injuring 5 others. The collapsed ramp of the bridge was later revealed to have been constructed by the Xiamen-headquartered