Dijiao Station

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Dijiao
堤角
Wuhan Metro
堤角站.jpg
Dijiao Station viewed from its northbound platform.
Location Jiang'an District, Wuhan, Hubei
China
Coordinates 30°40′02″N 114°20′19″E / 30.6672°N 114.3387°E / 30.6672; 114.3387Coordinates: 30°40′02″N 114°20′19″E / 30.6672°N 114.3387°E / 30.6672; 114.3387
Operated by Wuhan Metro Co., Ltd
Line(s)      Line 1
History
Opened July 29, 2010 (2010-07-29)
Services
Preceding station   Wuhan Metro   Following station
Line 1
toward Hankou North

Dijiao (Chinese: 堤角站) is a station of Line 1 of the Wuhan Metro, opened along with the completion of Line 1 (Phase 2) on July 29, 2010.[1] It is an elevated station situated on Jiefang Avenue, with easy access to Dijiao Park and bus transfers to Hankou North. The station has two side platforms. Trains terminating at Dijiao Station uses a single crossover to access the westbound platform. The eastbound platform has entered fared service for Line 1's Hankou North extension on July 28, 2014.[2]

Station layout[edit]

Dijiao Station is a three-story elevated station built entirely along Jiefang Avenue.

Level 3
Platforms
Side platform, doors open on the right
Platform
  Line 1
to Dongwu Avenue (Xinrong)
Platform  
  Line 1
to Hankou North (Tengzigang)
Side platform, doors open on the right
Level 2
Concourse
Station Concourse Automated ticket vending machines, customer service concierge, accessible lift, footbridge
Ground Level Exits to Jiefang Avenue

Exits[edit]

There are currently two exits in service.

  • Exit A: Northwest side of Jiefang Avenue
  • Exit B: Southeast side of Jiefang Avenue. Accessible to Dijiao Park.

Transfers[edit]

Dijiao station is adjacent to Dijiao Bus Depot. Bus transfers to Route 3, 211, 212, 234, 509, 592, and 623 are available.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "武汉轻轨1号线全线运营". Xinhuanet. Retrieved December 18, 2013. 
  2. ^ 武汉晨报. "武汉地铁1号线汉口北延长线铺轨完成 2014年通车". 新华网. Retrieved December 17, 2013. 
  3. ^ "武汉公交查询". Retrieved December 18, 2013.