Dahu Park Station
Dahu Park Station's Sailboat Architecture
|Location||No. 256, Sec. 1, Neihu Rd.
|Opened||July 4, 2009|
|Passengers||4,739 daily (2011)
(Ranked 86th of 89)
|Dahu Park Station|
This elevated station features two side platforms, two exits, and platform elevators located on the north and south sides of the concourse level. It is named for the nearby Dahu Park, visible from the system between Dahu Park and Huzhou.
Public art for the station is titled "Flying Kites at Home in the Sky"; it consists of 12 sculptures and is located around the entrance area. While the glass walls of the entrance area resemble an aquarium, the kites give the illusion of aquatic animals floating in the tank.
- February 22, 2009: Dahu Park Station construction is completed.
- July 4, 2009: Begins service with the opening of Line 1.
|3F||Connecting Level||Overhead Bridge|
|South Concourse||Information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machine, one-way faregates
restrooms, Escalators toward Exit 2
|Platform 1||← Line 1 toward Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center (Huzhou)|
|Platform 2||→ Line 1 toward Taipei Zoo (Neihu) →|
|North Concourse||Information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machine, one-way faregates
restrooms, Escalators toward Exit 1
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- Dahu Park
- Hushan Park No. 5
- Dahu Cottage
- Dahu Elementary School
- Dahu Community
|Preceding station||Taipei Metro||Following station|
toward Taipei Zoo
- "Passenger Volume at Taipei Rapid Transit Stations" (PDF). Taipei City Department of Transportation. 2012-01-20. Retrieved 2012-02-05.
- "Route Map: Dahu Park". Department of Rapid Transit Systems, TCG. 2009-06-30. Archived from the original on 2011-09-02. Retrieved 2010-12-07.
- "Public Art on the Neihu Line". Department of Rapid Transit Systems. Retrieved 2010-12-07.
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