Xuanwu Men station
Xicheng District, Beijing
|Operated by||Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Corporation Limited (line 2)|
Beijing MTR Corporation Limited (line 4)
|Platforms||4 (2 island platforms)|
|Station code||206 (line 2)|
|Opened||January 15, 1971 (line 2)|
September 28, 2009 (line 4)
Xuanwu Men Station (simplified Chinese: 宣武门站; traditional Chinese: 宣武門站; pinyin: Xuānwǔmén Zhàn) is an interchange station between Line 2 and Line 4 of the Beijing Subway. It is named for Xuanwumen, a former gate in Beijing's city wall that was demolished during construction of the subway. The station opened in 1971 and handles an average of 350,000 passengers per day in 2012. Interchange volumes can reach per hour can reach 15,000 passengers per hour in the morning peak. The large transfer volumes overwhelm the small interchange corridors, which can narrow to only 2.4 meters in width. Three new transfer corridors were added in 2020, increasing transfer capacity of the station six-fold to around 55,000 passengers per hour.
Both the line 2 and 4 stations have underground island platforms.
There are 6 exits, lettered B, C, E, F, G, and H. Exit G are accessible.
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