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Astram Line station building
Naka, Hiroshima, Hiroshima|
|Line(s)||Sanyo Main Line, Astram Line|
|Opened||March 14, 2015|
Shin-Hakushima Station (新白島駅 Shin-Hakushima-eki) is an infill railway station on the Sanyō Main Line, Kabe Line, and the Astram Line in Naka-ku, Hiroshima, Japan. It is operated by West Japan Railway Company and Hiroshima Rapid Transit.
Shin-Hakushima Station is served by the following lines:
JR West eastbound station building on March 2015
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Passengers (FY2015)||7,900 daily|
The JR West station consists of two staggered side platforms serving two tracks. Each platform is accessed through a separate station building. A convenience store is located in the westbound ticket hall. Outside the ticket barriers, there is an underpass connecting the two buildings. A dedicated walkway connects the JR West and Astram Line stations. 
|1||■ Sanyo Main Line||for Yokogawa, Miyajimaguchi, Iwakuni, and Tokuyama|
|■ Kabe Line||for Yokogawa, Ōmachi, Kabe, and Aki-Kameyama|
|2||■ Sanyo Main Line||for Hiroshima, Saijō, Mihara, connection to Kure Line|
|■ Kabe Line||for Hiroshima|
|Sanyo Main Line|
|City Liner: Does not stop at this station|
Astram Line platform on March 2017
|Platforms||1 island platform|
|Structure type||Underground station|
|Passengers (FY2015)||4,273 daily|
The Astram Line station has 1 island platform serving two tracks. The platform forms a triangular shape, with the station exit at the wide end of the platform. There is an emergency exit at the other end. To the north of the station, the track immediately leaves the tunnel, and becomes elevated track after passing under the JR West station.
|1||■ Astram Line||for Kōiki-kōen-mae|
|2||■ Astram Line||for Hondōri|
The station was built to allow a direct connection between the Astram Line and the Sanyo Main Line. Initial plans were to have a circular shell cover the entire passageway connecting the Astram Line and JR West stations. The contract for design was awarded to C+A Coelacanth and Associates in 2012, with a planned opening sometime in 2014. However, structural concerns caused the opening to be delayed by one year, and caused the circular shell to be cut back so it no longer covered the passageway. The station opened on March 14, 2015.  A green roof was later installed in the passageway sometime during 2015.
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