Metro map

Updated: May 29, 2019 govt.chinadaily.com.cn Print

Shanghai has the world's largest subway network, spanning 673 kilometers and 395 stations on 17 different lines.

Click here for the original picture. [Photo/shmetro.com]

Stations on each line

Screenshot shows all the stations on Line 1. [Photo/shmetro.com]

How to take the subway

[Photo/shmetro.com]

How to buy your tickets

Similar to other metro systems in the world, Shanghai Metro adopts a distance-based fare system. Ticket fares range from 3 yuan for distances less than 6 kilometers, then an additional 1 yuan for each additional 10 kilometers.

It is recommended to purchase tickets from a ticket vending machine, which automatically calculates the fare according to the destination station specified.

Users of the Shanghai public transport card (SPTC) can get a discount of 10 percent after paying more than 70 yuan every month. The discount is only applied for journeys after the payment.

Senior citizens over 70 years old can take the metro for free (except during peak hours, 7–9 am and 5–7 pm on weekdays) by using their social security cards at the special entrances.

Official Website: service.shmetro.com/en

Service Hotline: +86 021-64370000 (24 hours)

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