Xindian Station

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Xindian Station
Xindian Station Platform
Location No.2, Sec. 1, Beiyi Rd.
Xindian, New Taipei
Operated by
Connections Bus stop
Structure type Underground
Opened November 11, 1999
Passengers 19,506 daily (2011)[1]
(Ranked 53rd of 89)
Xindian Station
Chinese 新店站

The Taipei Metro Xindian Station is the southern terminus of the Xindian Line located in Xindian District, New Taipei, Taiwan.

Station overview[edit]

Faregates at Xindian Station

This underground station, has an island platform and one exit.,[2] this is the southernmost station of the Taipei MRT Routes Until Dingpu Station is completed

Public art for the station is titled "Heaven, Earth, and Man" and features many sculptures around the entrances.[3] Designed by Takashi Tanabe, it was selected through open competition and cost NT$6,700,000.

Station layout[edit]

Street level Concourse Entrance/Exit, lobby, information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machines, one-way faregates
Restrooms(North side, outside fare are; South side, inside fare area)
Platform 1 ‹See TfD›      Xindian Line toward Songshan (Xindian District Office)
Island platform, Doors open on the left/ right
Platform 2 ‹See TfD›      Xindian Line toward Songshan (Xindian District Office)


  • Single Exit: Intersection of Beixin Rd. Sec. 1 and Beiyi Rd. Sec. 1 With accessibility elevator

Around the station[edit]

  • Xindian River
  • Bitan Scenic Area
    • Bitan Suspension Bridge
  • Guangming Rd. Night Market
  • RT-MART (Bitan Branch)
  • Nengren Household and Vocational Senior High School
  • Wenshan Junior High School
  • Xindian Elementary School
Preceding station   Taipei Metro   Following station
toward Songshan
Green Line Terminus


  1. ^ "Passenger Volume at Taipei Rapid Transit Stations" (PDF). Taipei City Department of Transportation. 2012-01-20. Retrieved 2012-02-05. 
  2. ^ "Route Map: Xindian". Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation. Retrieved 2010-06-15. 
  3. ^ "Public Art on the Xindian Line". Department of Rapid Transit Systems. Retrieved 2010-12-05. 

Coordinates: 24°57′29″N 121°32′16″E / 24.95797°N 121.537711°E / 24.95797; 121.537711