D378

Train Timetable

Shenzhen North to Shanghai Hongqiao

Train Number:D378Start Station:Shenzhen NorthEnd Station:Shanghai Hongqiao
Train TypeDStart Time:08:18End Time:20:01
Intermediate Stations:Shenzhen North, Shenzhen Pingshan, Kuitan, Hanjiang, Chaoyang, Chaoshan, Luoyuan, Jiaomei, Xiamen North, Quanzhou, Xiapu, Fuding, Putian, Rui'an, Fuqing, Fuzhou South , 连江, Wenling, Fenghua, Ningde, Tailaoshan, Pingyang, Wenzhou South , Taizhou, Ningbo, Linhai, Jiaxing South , Zhuangqiao, Yuyao North, Shaoxing East, Shaoxing North, Hangzhou East, Jiashan South , Shanghai Hongqiao
Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Shenzhen North 08:18 08:18 0 mins
2 Shenzhen Pingshan 08:38 08:40 2 mins
3 Kuitan 09:41 09:43 2 mins
4 Hanjiang 15:37 15:39 2 mins
4 Chaoyang 10:07 10:09 2 mins
5 Chaoshan 10:23 10:31 8 mins
6 Luoyuan 16:37 16:39 2 mins
6 Jiaomei 11:37 11:39 2 mins
7 Xiamen North 11:55 11:59 4 mins
8 Quanzhou 12:24 12:26 2 mins
8 Xiapu 17:15 17:17 2 mins
9 Fuding 17:37 17:39 2 mins
9 Putian 12:51 12:53 2 mins
10 Rui'an 18:06 18:08 2 mins
10 Fuqing 13:12 13:14 2 mins
11 Fuzhou South 13:29 13:37 8 mins
12 连江 13:57 13:59 2 mins
12 Wenling 18:56 18:58 2 mins
13 Fenghua 19:47 19:49 2 mins
13 Ningde 14:21 14:23 2 mins
14 Tailaoshan 14:55 14:57 2 mins
15 Pingyang 15:25 15:27 2 mins
16 Wenzhou South 15:43 15:51 8 mins
17 Taizhou 16:34 16:36 2 mins
19 Ningbo 17:37 17:45 8 mins
19 Linhai 16:47 16:49 2 mins
19 Jiaxing South 21:54 21:57 3 mins
20 Zhuangqiao 17:54 17:56 2 mins
21 Yuyao North 18:11 18:13 2 mins
22 Shaoxing East 18:25 18:27 2 mins
23 Shaoxing North 18:38 18:41 3 mins
24 Hangzhou East 19:01 19:05 4 mins
25 Jiashan South 19:34 19:36 2 mins
26 Shanghai Hongqiao 20:01 20:01 0 mins

D378 is a D train route originating from Shenzhen North at 08:18, and arriving at the final destination of Shanghai Hongqiao at 20:01. The duration of the total journey is 07 hours 56 minutes. There are 34 stops in total: Shenzhen North, Shenzhen Pingshan, Kuitan, Hanjiang, Chaoyang, Chaoshan, Luoyuan, Jiaomei, Xiamen North, Quanzhou, Xiapu, Fuding, Putian, Rui'an, Fuqing, Fuzhou South , 连江, Wenling, Fenghua, Ningde, Tailaoshan, Pingyang, Wenzhou South , Taizhou, Ningbo, Linhai, Jiaxing South , Zhuangqiao, Yuyao North, Shaoxing East, Shaoxing North, Hangzhou East, Jiashan South , Shanghai Hongqiao. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.


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