Line 1 of the Beijing subway runs from Pingguoyuan in the west through to Sihui East in the east. It is the longest east-west subway line in Beijing.

It runs through beneath the extended Chang'an Avenue and through the commercialised areas of Xidan, Wangfujing and Dongdan.

Two stops on either side of Tian'anmen make this line the only line that runs through the core of Beijing.


Pingguoyuan - Gongzhufen - Fuxingmen - Tiananmen - Jianguomen - Sihui East


The western part of Line 1 formed part of the first underground rail in Beijing. The line was extended to Xidan in 1994, and to Sihui East by September 1999. Due to technical reasons, through traffic from Pingguoyuan through to Sihui East was only able to flow on June 28, 2000. In 2003, the Sihui and Sihui East stations were linked with the Batong Line.


Lines 1 and 2: CNY 3
Lines 1, 2 and 13: CNY 5
Lines 1, 2 and Batong: CNY 4

Major Stations and JunctionsEdit

Major Stations: Pingguoyuan, Gongzhufen, Fuxingmen, Xidan, Tian'anmen West and East, Wangfujing, Dongdan, Jianguomen, Guomao, Sihui and Sihui East.
Junctions: Fuxingmen and Jianguomen.

List of StationsEdit

[From west to east]