In April 2022, 275 urban rail transit lines have been opened and operated in 51 cities in China, with an operating mileage of 8,904 kilometers. 2.4 million trains have actually been operated, with 1.29 billion passengers and 790 million entering stations. In April, 2 new operating lines and 2 operating sections were added, namely the main line of Shaoxing Rail Transit Line 1, the first phase of Fuzhou Rail Transit Line 5, and the Jiangbei Section of Hangzhou Rail Transit Line 7 and In the southern section of Line 9, the newly added operating mileage is 66.3 kilometers. In April, the number of passengers completed in 51 cities decreased by 310 million passengers or 19.4% month-on-month, and a decrease of 900 million passengers or 41.1% year-on-year in April last year.
In accordance with the requirements of epidemic prevention and control, some cities suspend the operation and services of the entire rail transit network or some line sections to varying degrees. Among them, Changchun, Harbin, Taiyuan, Wuhu, Tianshui, Sanya, Kunshan and other cities have suspended rail transit operation services, and Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Shenyang, Dalian, Nanchang, Zhengzhou and other cities have suspended some lines or sections of operation services. As of the end of April, cities such as Changchun, Harbin, and Kunshan have not yet resumed rail transit operations.