Beijing Sub-Center railway station

Beijing Sub-Center railway station[2] (Chinese: 北京城市副中心站; pinyin: běijīng chéngshì fùzhōngxīn zhàn), also known as Beijingchengshifuzhongxin railway station, New Beijing East railway station, is a railway station in the sub-administrative center area, Tongzhou, Beijing. This integrated transportation hub (ITH) started construction on 30 November 2019 (2019-11-30) to build the largest underground one in Asia opening in late 2024.[3]

Beijing Sub-Center railway station

北京城市副中心站
China Railway
Beijing Subway
Other namesBeijingchengshifuzhongxin railway station
LocationTongyun Subdistrict, Tongzhou District, Beijing
Owned byBeijing-Tianjin-Hebei Intercity Railway Investment Co., Ltd.
Operated byChina Railway China Railway Beijing Group
Line(s)
Platforms6 island, 2 side
ConnectionsBeiyunhe East station[1]
Construction
Structure typeunderground
Depth32 metres (105 ft)
Other information
Station code?? (TMIS)
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History
Openingaround 31 December 2024 (2024-12-31)
Passengers
472 thousand (planned)

The total site area of the ITH is 70 hectares (170 acres), with a floorage of 2,230,000 square metres (24,000,000 sq ft) overground. The total investment of the ITH is approximately 42.1 billion RMB.[4]

This station and the ITH are designed by AREP, Beijing General Municipal Engineering Design & Research Institute, China Railway Design Corporation, and China Architecture Design Group.[2]

See alsoEdit

Preceding station     China Railway   Following station
TerminusBeijing–Tangshan Intercity Railway
under construction
towards Tangshan
TerminusBeijing–Binhai Intercity Railway
under construction
towards Binhai
towards Nanfaxin
Intercity Railway Connector
under planning
Preceding station   Beijing subway   Following station
towards Jin'an Qiao
Line 6
towards Lucheng

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c "北京:副中心枢纽站开工 2024年底通车". 2019-12-03. 未来,枢纽站将与6号线北运河东站实现换乘
  2. ^ a b "AREP wins the bid for overall design project for integrated transportation hub of Beijing sub-center station". Arep.fr - AREP Group. Retrieved 2020-01-08.
  3. ^ "Asian largest underground integrated transportation hub begin to construct". Beijing daily. Retrieved 2020-01-08.
  4. ^ "Beijing to build sub-center transportation hub in Tongzhou". www.ecns.cn. Retrieved 2020-01-08.