The Taipei MetroXiaobitan Branch Line is a high-capacity, elevated branch line of the Xindian (Sindian) Line (Green Line). Although it is a high-capacity line, only 1 train set (3 cars) is currently being used. The station itself is built inside the Xindian Depot. The branch line is 1.9 km (1.2 mi) long and has two stations.
Since the opening of the spur line in 2004, two versions of rolling stock were used. Since there is only one train on this line, the train that ran from 2004 to 2007 was a train of C341 cars, and the current train is a set of C371 cars.
The line has a capacity of 4,140 passengers per hour.
The Xindian Line Depot is part of this station. A joint development project to construct an artificial ground area for commercial, residential, and office buildings is under construction. The completion of the project would reduce noise pollution from passing trains and would allow for recreation, entertainment, and work through mixed-use architecture.