The new Xi'erqi station.
|Operated by||Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Corp., Ltd|
|Opened||September 22, 2002
(old station)(Line 13)|
December 25, 2010 (new station)(Line 13)
December 30, 2010(Changping Line)
|Closed||December 25, 2010(old station)(Line 13)|
Xi'erqi is an interchange station between Line 13 and the Changping Line on the Beijing Subway in China. The station has relocated to a new location several hundreds meters north on 25 December 2010 to ease transfer between the two lines when the new Changping Line opened, and the original station is now defunct. The new building a light membrane white covering was designed by Atelier Li Xinggang. The station is extremely congested with 13,000 people per hour transferring between the station's two lines during peak periods. A viral video filmed at this station showing rush hour crowds attempting to board the overcrowded trains was posted on YouTube in 2013.
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