In March 2021, a total of 45 cities across China (excluding Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, the same below) have opened and operated 236 urban rail transit lines, with an operating mileage of 7691.9 kilometers, and actually operated 2.99 million trips. There were 1.33 billion passengers-times and no operational safety responsibility accidents occurred.
In March, the newly added city of Luoyang opened urban rail transit for the first time; 2 new operating lines with an operating mileage of 61.7 kilometers were Luoyang Rail Transit Line 1 and Jinan Rail Transit Line 2 Phase I;
The number of passengers completed nationwide increased by 830 million month-on-month, an increase of 61.9%, and a year-on-year increase of 190% in March last year (during the epidemic). In general, urban rail transit has played an important role in meeting the travel needs of the public, alleviating traffic congestion, and ensuring the normal operation of the city.