THSR Taoyuan Station
THSR Taoyuan Station
|THSR Taoyuan Station Front|
|Address||No. 6, Sec. 1, Gaotie N. Rd.|
|Opened||November 10, 2006|
|Line(s)||Taiwan High Speed Rail (TAY/04)
Blue Line (B10)
|Daily Ridership||23,633 (2013)|
|Operator(s)||Taiwan High Speed Rail|
|THSR Taoyuan Station|
The underground station has two side platforms. The Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation signed contracts with both China Airlines and EVA Air for preferential services at this station for the two airlines' outbound passengers. Twenty-two hectares of land around the station are slated for commercial and manufacturing development, with the goal of developing the area into an international commercial city.
In the future the station will also connect to the Taoyuan Airport MRT (scheduled to begin service in 2014) and the planned Taoyuan MRT network. The station will be elevated with one island platform and one side platform.
- November 10, 2006: The station opened for service.
- January 5, 2007: The segment from Banqiao to Zuoying opened for service. Trains begin stopping at the station.
|Street Level||Lobby||Entrance/Exit, ticketing, automatic ticket machines, restrooms, information desk
Tourism counter, retail stores
Parking lot, transfers, taxi stand, drop-off area
CI (along with CA, MU, CZ, SC, FM, HU and ZH), BR (as well as B7) check-in counters
|B1||Concourse||Waiting area, nursery, retail stores|
|Platform 1||THSR toward Zuoying (Hsinchu)|
|Platform 2||THSR toward Taipei (Banqiao)|
Around the station
- Ching Yun University
- Vanung University
- Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport: frequent buses link the airport and the station.
- National Highway No. 2 Dazhu Interchange
- Metro Walk Mall
- Liqingpu Elementary School
- Taoyuan County Baseball Stadium
|Preceding station||Taiwan High Speed Rail||Following station|
|Taiwan High Speed Rail||
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to THSR Taoyuan Station.|
- "Destinations". Taiwan High Speed Rail. Retrieved 2010-07-05.
- "Table 2-9 Passenger Traffic of High-Speed Rail Stations". Ministry of Transportation and Communications. January 2014. Retrieved 2014-03-1.
- "Taoyuan Airport to allow check-ins at HSR station". The China Post. 2010-08-24. Retrieved 2011-03-07.
- "Ministry takes over rail project". Taipei Times. 2003-06-29. Retrieved 2011-03-07.
- "High Speed Rail Sees Passenger Number Hit Record High of Over 3 Million in Feb.". China Economics News Service. 2010-03-08. Retrieved 2011-01-19.
- "Foreign companies interested in developing railway station area". Focus Taiwan News Channel. 2009-07-04. Retrieved 2010-07-04.
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