Line 2, Guangzhou Metro - Headways

Headways

Date Period Termini Hours Frequency Frequency Type
Monday
thru
Friday
AM Peak Sanyuanli—Jiangtai Lu 7:30 — 9:30 2 min. & 30 sec. 2 long-trains
1 short-train
Jiahewanggang—Sanyuanli / Jiangtai Lu—Guangzhou South 3 min. & 30 sec.
PM Peak Jiahewanggang—Guangzhou South 16:30 — 19:45 2 min. & 50 sec. ~ 3 min. & 30 sec. Long-trains only
Mid 7:00 — 7:30 / 9:30 — 16:30 / 19:45 — 21:30 3 min. & 30 sec.
Low 6:00 — 7:00/21:30 — 23:30 6 min. & 30 sec.
Saturday
&
Sunday
Peak 11:00 — 19:15 3 min.
Mid 7:00 — 11:00 / 19:15 — 21:30 3 min. & 30 sec.
Low 6:00 — 7:00 / 21:30 — 23:30 6 min. & 30 sec.

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