Shenzhen North Railway Station is known as Shenzhen Station, Shenzhen New Passenger Terminal, Longhua Railway Station. It is a part of Shenzhen transportation hub. It is located at Minzhi Sub-district of Longhua District Shenzhen Guangdong Province. It takes up 240 hectares. It stretches north to Liuxian Boulevard, south to Yulong Road, west to Zhiyuan Middle Road, and east to Mintang Road. It is also the interception of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link and Xiamen-Shenzhen Railway. Shenzhen North Rail Station is connected with Shenzhen Metro Longhua Line, Huanzhong Line, Line Six, and Shenzhen-Dongguan Line.
Shenzhen Metro is an urban mass transit system in Shenzhen, Guangdong. The construction project started in 1999, and was put into use on December 28th, 2004. With the completion of Shenzhen Metro, Shenzhen became the seventh city in possession of metro system in Greater China after Beijing, Hong Kong, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Taipei.
Shenzhen Metro was constructed and run by Shenzhen Metro, Shenzhen Longgang Metro, and MTR Corporation (Shenzhen) Limited.
Shenzhen Metro Luohu-Baoan Line Luobu Station is a transit station for Hong Kong Metro. Futian Checkpoint at Longhua Line is connected to Lok Ma Chau Station of Hong Kong East Metro. All passengers can take Shenzhen Metro after they pass Luohu Checkpoint and Futian Checkpoint. In addition, Shenzhen Metro Luohu-Baoan Line goes to Shenzhen Baoan International Airport.
All voice prompt on the train and at the station is in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
Longhua Line (Line 4) Metro
Longhua Line is 20.5 kilometers long and it has 15 stops. It was officially opened to public on June 16th, 2011. It is the first and only mass transit project that adopts a BOT method for Construction-Management-Transfer. It is funded, constructed and managed by Hong Kong Metro. It is also the first large-scale infrastructure construction project that is jointly constructed by Shenzhen and Hong Kong after CEPA. It is the first innovative attempt of CEPA.
Company: Shenzhen Metro Group (till June 30th, 2010), MTR Corporation (Shenzhen) Limited (starting from July 1st, 2010)