Low cyclic behavior of a new type near-α titanium alloy containing rare earth Nd (Ti60) with and without dwell time introduced at maximum tensile strain has been investigated at ambient temperature and 600°C. The results show that, Ti60 alloy exhibits a cyclic softening behavior at almost all strain levels being investigated. The cyclic processes show good agreement with predictions based on the fatigue crack propagation model. At 600°C, the LCF life of Nd-bearing near-α titanium alloy is superior to that at room temperature within the investigated strain range, which indicates that Ti60 alloy is a good candidate for high temperature component under complicated load and temperature conditions. The results also show that the creep-fatigue interaction is related to the strain range applied. The creep-fatigue fracture is characterized by transgranular fracture mode due to the formation of matrix voids induced by Nd-bearing particles.