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Hangzhou Metro (Chinese: 杭州地铁) is a metro system that serves the Chinese city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang and surrounding suburbs. Construction commenced in March 2006, and the first line opened on November 24, 2012.〔(【引用サイトリンク】 title=本网快讯：杭州地铁时代即将来临 1号线24日开通 )〕
Line 1 made Hangzhou the 17th city in the People's Republic of China to have a rapid transit system. The first line, Line 1 is 48 kilometers in length, with 30 stations, it is the longest initial section of metro ever opened at once in China. Line 1 has a projected cost of 22.08 billion yuan. Line 1 originates in Xiaoshan Xiang Lake, stretches across downtown Hangzhou after crossing the Qiantang River and ends in Linping, with a branch line ending in Xiasha, which branches off from the main line at Jiubao. Line 1 connects downtown Hangzhou with suburban area of the city.〔Kat Jiang, ''"(Hangzhou to build metro system )'', Shanghai Daily, 2007-03-01〕 A total of 8 lines with a length of 278 km are planned.
On January 2009, it was announced that MTR Corporation would invest in a 22 billion-yuan ($3.2 billion) / 25-year / 49% share joint venture with the Hangzhou government to operate the metro.
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