THSR Chiayi Station
THSR Chiayi Station
|Location||No. 168, Kaotie Si Rd.
Taibao, Chiayi County
|Opened||November 3, 2006|
|Passengers||13,524 daily (2016)|
The station is elevated with two side platforms. The two platforms are connected by an overhead skyway. The station was designed by Fei & Cheng Associates and constructed primarily by Takenaka Corporation. The roof of the station building and the platform are horizontally connected, and an oval-shaped skylight is installed in the center of the station hall. The total floor area is 21,551 m3 (761,100 cu ft) and is constructed from steel and reinforced concrete.
- November 3, 2006: The station opened for service.
- January 5, 2007: The segment from Banciao to Zuoying opened for service. Trains begin stopping at the station.
Bus rapid transit
- January 5, 2007: A temporary bus rapid transit (BRT) line linking the station begins service.
- January 31, 2008: Chiayi Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) formally opens for service.
|Platform 1||THSR toward Taipei (Taichung)|
|Platform 2||THSR toward Zuoying (Tainan)|
|2F||Connecting Level||Faregates, waiting area, nursery|
|Street Level||Concourse||Entrance/Exit, ticketing, automatic ticket machines, restrooms, information desk
Tourism counter, retail stores
Parking lot, transfers, taxi stand, drop-off area
Around the station
- Chiayi County Special Zone
- Chiayi County Government
- Suantou Village (Liujiao administrative center)
- Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum
- Chiayi County Baseball Stadium
- Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Chiayi Branch
- Taiwan Sugar Corporation Suantou Factory
- National Taiwan College of Physical Education, Chiayi Campus
- Ping Huang Coffee Museum
- Chang Gung University of Science and Technology
|Preceding station||Taiwan High Speed Rail||Following station|
|Taiwan High Speed Rail||
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to THSR Chiayi Station.|
- "Destinations". Taiwan High Speed Rail. Retrieved 2010-08-28.
- "Table 2-9 Passenger Traffic of High-Speed Rail Stations". Ministry of Transportation and Communications. January 2017. Retrieved 2017-03-13.
- "TAKENAKA TOPICS 2007 Autumn". Takenaka Corporation. Retrieved 2011-01-23.
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