THSR Hsinchu Station
THSR Hsinchu Station Exterior
|Location||No. 6, Kaotie Si Rd.
Zhubei, Hsinchu County
|Opened||November 7, 2006|
|Passengers||25,067 daily (2013)|
THSR Hsinchu Station (Chinese: 高鐵新竹站; pinyin: Gāotiě Xīnzhú Zhàn) is an elevated station of Taiwan High Speed Rail located in Zhubei, Hsinchu County, Taiwan. It opened for service in 2006. The THSR Hsinchu Station was designed by Taiwanese architect Kris Yao.
The station has two side platforms and is the smallest station on the system. The newly opened Taiwan Railway Administration Liujia Line (a spur of the 12 km (7.5 mi) Neiwan Line) links the high-speed rail station with the TRA Hsinchu Station. Liujia Line opened service in 11 November 2011.
The station was designed by Kris Yao and constructed by Daiho Corporation. Construction began in July 2002 and was completed in October 2006, and covers a building site area of 10,451 m2 (112,490 sq ft) and a total floor area of 20,360 m2 (219,200 sq ft).
|Platform 1||THSR toward Taipei (Taoyuan)|
|Platform 2||THSR toward Zuoying (Taichung)|
|2F||Connecting Level||Faregates, waiting area, nursery|
|Street Level||Concourse||Entrance/Exit, ticketing, automatic ticket machines, restrooms, information desk
Tourism counter, stores
Parking lot, transfer station, taxi stand, drop-off area
Around the station
- Hsinchu County Government (Hsinchu County Administrative Area)
- Hsinchu County Stadium
- National Highway No. 1
- Provincial Highway No. 68
- Hsinchu Sheraton Hotel
- Biomedical Research Park
- Knowledge-based Economy Industrial Park
- Central Park
- Zhubei Activity Park
- Zhubei Arena
- Guangming Shopping Circle
- Hsinchu Science and Industrial Park
- National Chiao Tung University
- National Taiwan University, Zhubei Campus
- National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Zhubei Campus
- Ecological Park
- Fruit Park
- Liujia Junior High School
- Liujia Elementary School
- Taiwan Hakka Cultural Center
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to THSR Hsinchu Station.|
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