Nanshijiao Station Platform
|Location||No. 6, Jieyun Rd.
Zhonghe, New Taipei
|Opened||December 24, 1998|
|Passengers||40,476 daily (2016)
(Ranked 38th of 109)
The Taipei Metro Nanshijiao Station (formerly transliterated as Nanshihchiao Station until 2003) is the southern terminus of the Zhonghe Line (part of the Orange Line) located in Zhonghe District, New Taipei City, Taiwan. It is built on the site of the old Zhonghe Railway Station, which ceased operations in 1990.
The Taipei Metro Zhonghe Depot is located on the southeast side of the station.
Art in this station has a theme of "Youth Melody" and cost NT$4,999,000. It includes numerous pieces of colorful public art created by local artist Jun Lai and was completed on November 30, 1998. Consisting of 12 sculptures (3 hung from the ceiling; 9 hung on the walls), they symbolize the passion of youth with a light, joyful tone.
|B3||Concourse||Lobby, information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machines, one-way faregates
Restrooms (Intside fare zone)
|B4||Platform 1||← Line 4 toward Luzhou/ Huilong (Jingan)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left, right|
|Platform 2||← Line 4 toward Luzhou/ Huilong (Jingan)|
Around the station
Bus stops are located outside Exits 1 and 4.
- Xingnan Night Market - Exit 4
- Jingxin Elementary School
- Xingnan Elementary School
- Fuxing Elementary School
- Zhonghe Junior High School
- Taipei Metro Zhonghe Depot
- Helping Dusk Market
- Hwa Hsia Institute of Technology
- Hongludi Temple, which venerates Tu Di Gong
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