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|Other names||屏東火車站(Pingtung Railway Station)|
|Location||Pingtung City, Pingtung County
|Distance||21.0 km from Kaohsiung|
|Classification||一等站 (Taiwan Railways Administration level)|
|Opened||December 20, 1913|
|Previous names||Aku Station (阿緱驛)|
|Passengers||20,793 daily (2014)|
The station has two island platform. The station has been converted into an elevated station since August 23, 2015.
- December 20, 1913: The station opened as Akō Station (Japanese: 阿緱驛?).
- October 1, 1920: Because the location was east of Mount Banping, the area and station became known as Heitō (屏東, "Ping-East", hence "Pingtung").
- October 5, 1962: The current station opens for service.
|1||1||■ South-Link Line (Southbound)||Toward Fangliao, Taitung|
|2||2A||■ Western Line (Northbound)||Toward Kaohsiung, Tainan, Taichung, Taipei|
|■ South-Link Line (Southbound through traffic)||Toward Fangliao, Taitung|
|3||2B||■ Western Line (Northbound through traffic)||Toward Kaohsiung, Taichung, Taipei|
|■ Western Line (Northbound departure)||Toward Kaohsiung, Tainan, Chiayi|
|■ South-Link Line (Southbound departure)||Toward Fangliao, Taitung|
Around the station
- Pingtung County Government
- Pingtung County Council
- National Pingtung University of Education
- Pingtung Art Museum
- Pingtung Performing Arts Center
- Zhong-Sheng-Gong Memorial
- Pingtung Night Market
- Tangrong Elementary School
- Zhongzheng Elementary School
- Bus transfer stations
- "Volume of Passenger and Freight Traffic" (PDF). Taiwan Railway Administration. 2015. Retrieved 2015-05-08.
|Preceding station||Taiwan Railway Administration||Following station|
|West Coast Line||
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