People's Republic of China

Operating Lines

Anshan
Beijing
Changchun

Chongqing
Dalian
Guangzhou

Hong Kong
Nanjing
Shanghai
Shenyang
Shenzhen
Tianjin
Wuhan

Planned or Under Construction

Chengdu
Harbin
Hangzhou
Kunming
Macao
Qingdao
Suzhou
Weihai
Wuxi
Xi'an
Zhengzhou


Shenzhen
Metro, Light Rail under construction

Phase One of Lines one and four of the Shenzen metro opened for business on December 28,
2004. It links Hong Kong's KCR at Huanggang "checkpoint" station via a pedestrian crossing over the Shenzhen River. As of June 2011,  there are four lines covering 178 km, the latest of which is 40 km long Line 5.  Five more lines are in the planning stages for completion as early as 2015 Line 8 is rumored to be a low speed maglev line.

In 2016, a 51.9 km, 18 station airport metro opened. Line 11 is said to be the fastest metro in China, hitting speeds of 120 mph.

Shenzhen also has a
driverless monorail made by Intamin of Japan. The 4.4 km, 7 station line opened in 1998 and is considered a tourist line as it links seven theme parks with the city center.

Awesome photos from Skyscraper City
Home Page from Benny Wu
People's Daily
article
Doing the Shenzhen Subway Hassle



Light Rail

The first 11.9 km of what is planned to be a 10 line, 170 km network broke ground in 2015. Completion is scheduled for 2016.