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China's first intercity subway line set to open

2010-10-28 12:44:13 GMT2010-10-28 20:44:13 (Beijing Time)  China Daily

A train staffer guides passengers onto China's first intercity underground subway - the Guangzhou-Foshan Line - on Oct 28,2010. The Guangzhou-Foshan Line, which will open on Nov 3, runs through 14 stops: three stops in Guangzhou city and 11 stops in Foshan. Passengers from both cities can enjoy convenient one ticket-card service with no need to get out to transfer between stops.[Photo/Xinhua]

Floor signs in the underground station of China's first intercity underground subway - the Guangzhou-Foshan Line, on Oct 28,2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

Residents take a trial run ride on China's first intercity underground subway - the Guangzhou-Foshan Line, on Oct 28,2010. [Photo/Xinhua]

The Guangzhou-Foshan Line, China's first intercity underground subway, will open on Nov 3, running through 14 stops: three stops in Guangzhou city and 11 stops in Foshan. Passengers from both cities can enjoy convenient one ticket-card service with no need to get out to transfer between stops.

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