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In advance of the Beijing Olympic Games of August 2008 the entire Beijing City Railway and Subway/Metro System was updated and expanded to include many new Stations and Lines. Below is a complete Map of the System in Operation during the 2008 Olympic Games.

By now the Beijing Subway System has been further extended, with many new lines branching out to the suburban districts. Reach all around Beijing now, click through to see:
2015 Beijing Metro/Subway System Map.
Introduction to the Map of the Beijing Subway/Metro System in 2008
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Beijing Main Railway Station-Beijing Zhan Subway/Metro Station
Tiantan East Gate Station (HongQiao Market)
Beijing West
Railway Station
Beijing Main
Railway Station
Lama Temple-YongHeGong Station
JianGuoMen-Ancient Observatory Station
Chongwen Men-Ming Dynasty City Wall Relics Park West Station
Beijing Capital Airport
Terminal Station
Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal Station
TiananMen West-National Theatre Station
Beijing Zoo-New Observatorium Station
Summer Palace South Gate-Yiheyuan Station
Great Bell Temple-Dazhong Si Station Station
DrumTower Street West-Gulou Dajie' Station
Former South & Outer Gate of City Wall Qing Dynasty-YongDing Men Station,
DeshengMen Ming City Wall Gate-JiShuiTan Station
South Cathedral (Nan Tang)-XuanwuMen Station
Wanfujing Shopping Street Station
Beijing South (Front) Gate-QianMen Station
Liu Lichang Culture Street-HepingMen Station
Dong Si-East Temple (Mosque) Station
Complete as Possible explanation of Beijing City Transport !!
Xizhimen Train and Subway/Metro Station
The Original Beijing Subway System only had two lines. These were the Liniar Red Line, running through the North Side of TiananMen Square (TianAn Men East- and West- Stations) and along Chang An' Avenue, and the Blue Circular Line, which mainly followed the route of the former Ming Dynasty Era City Walls which themselves had been turned into the Second Ring Road. Both of the early lines were constructed in the late 1960's.
Naturally, the advent of Modernity, the Beijing Olympic Games and not the least the booming of Private Car ownership (in combination with a red hot economy) gave Rise to the need for a more efficient and cost affective mode of transport for all City Citizens. For this reason, massive changes were made to the Beijing Public Transportation System, especially the Subway/Metro System, resulting in 2008 in a new modernized system, giving access to all main Tourist and Commercial Sites as well as the Institutes of Government and Institutes of Higher Learning.
Read more about the Modernizations of the Metro/Subway System on the Beijing Subway designated Page, or in the Full Introduction to the Beijing City Public Transportation System !!
Old Summer Palace (YuanMingYuan) - Subway Station & Ruins Park
AndingMen Ming City Wall Gate+ Station
This page was last updated on: June 6, 2017
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