Jordan station opened on 31 December 1979 as part of the second phase of the MTR that extended the Kwun Tong Line from Shek Kip Mei to Tsim Sha Tsui. When the Tsuen Wan Line opened on 10 May 1982, the Kwun Tong Line was shortened and terminated at Yau Ma Tei, the first stop north of Jordan, and Jordan was transferred to the Tsuen Wan Line. In 2000, along with five other stations on the Tsuen Wan Line, Jordan became one of the first stations in the MTR network to be retrofitted with platform screen doors which aid in ventilation, crowd control and passenger safety.
Jordan is laid out in a similar manner to many MTR stations. Passengers enter on the ground level and take escalators down to the concourse. From the concourse level they can then choose in which direction they would like to travel and take another escalator ride down to the respective platform. Platforms 1 and 2 are arranged in the simple island platform layout. Jordan station was one of the first stations in the MTR system to incorporate platform screen doors.
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