Taipei Arena metro station
|Taipei metro station|
|Location||10-1 Sec 4 Nanjing E Rd|
Songshan District, Taipei
|Bicycle facilities||Access available|
|Passengers (2017)||15.921 million per year 6.9%|
|Rank||34 out of 108|
Originally, the station was to be named "Taipei Stadium Station". However, the area was renamed to "Taipei City Sports Park", no longer using the original station name. Thus, on 22 July 2011, the Department of Rapid Transit Systems announced that the station would be renamed to Taipei Arena station, using Taipei Arena to signify the park.
Excavation depth for this station is around 26 m (85 ft). It is 219 m (719 ft) in length and 21 m (69 ft) wide. It has five exits, two vent shafts, and two accessibility elevators.
The theme for this station is "Energy, Movement, Light, Tracks". The design aims to reflect the station's liveliness, spirit, and power. It has public art designs.
|Street Level||Exit||Taipei Arena|
|B1||Concourse||Lobby, information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machines, one-way faregates|
|B2||Platform 1||← Songshan–Xindian Line toward Songshan (G18 Nanjing Sanmin)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Platform 2||→ Songshan–Xindian Line toward Xindian / Taipower Building (G16 Nanjing Fuxing) →|
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