Qianhaiwan Station

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Qianhaiwan
前海湾
Shenzhen Metro
SZMetro Qianhaiwan.jpg
Location Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong
China
Operated by SZMC (Shenzhen Metro Group)
Line(s)
History
Opened 15 June 2011
Services
Preceding station   Shenzhen Metro   Following station
toward Airport East
Line 1
toward Luohu
Terminus Line 5
toward Huangbeiling
toward Bitou
Line 11
toward Futian
This station is only opened as an interchange between three lines, the only open station exit at ground level (Exit B2) leads to the centre of huge construction site.
A map showing the lack of surroundings.

Qianhaiwan Station (simplified Chinese: 前海湾站; traditional Chinese: 前海灣站; pinyin: Qiánháiwān Zhàn; Jyutping: Cin4 Hoi2 Waan1 Zaam6; literally: "Sea Bayfront Station") is a station on the Line 1, Line 5 and Line 11 of the Shenzhen Metro in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China. It opened on 15 June 2011. Qianhaiwan Station is located under Chenwen Road in Shenzhen's Nanshan District.[1]

Station layout[edit]

Ground Exit
B1F
Concourse
Lobby Customer service, shops, vending machines, ATMs
B2F
Platforms
Platform 1      Line 1 towards Airport East (Xin'an)
Island platform; doors will open on the left
Platform 2      Line 1 towards Luohu (Liyumen)
Platform 4      Line 5 towards Huangbeiling (Linhai)
Island platform; doors will open on the left
Platform 3      Line 5 termination platform →
Platform 5      Line 11 towards Bitou (Bao'an)
Island platform; doors will open on the left
Platform 6      Line 11 towards Futian (Nanshan)


Exits[edit]

Exit Destination
Exit A (not opened) East side of Chenwen Road, North side of No. 7 Road
Exit B B1 (not opened) East side of Chenwen Road, North side of No. 9 Road
B2 East side of Chenwen Road, North side of No. 9 Road
Exit C (not opened) West side of Chenwen Road
Exit D (not opened) West side of Chenwen Road
Exit E (not opened) West side of Chenwen Road
Exit F (not opened)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Shenzhen urban rail transportation recent construction plan approval (2011-2016)" (in Chinese). National Development and Reform Commission. 2011. Retrieved February 21, 2016. 

Coordinates: 22°32′19″N 113°54′11″E / 22.53861°N 113.90306°E / 22.53861; 113.90306