Neishi railway station
This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (March 2015)
|Location||Fangshan, Pingtung County, Taiwan|
|Owned by||Taiwan Railways Administration|
|Operated by||Taiwan Railways Administration|
|Train operators||Taiwan Railways Administration|
|Opened||5 October 1992|
|Passengers||1 daily (2014)|
In order to get to the platform from the train station, commuters would have to cross the railway track and the station is staffless. The train station sees only 4 trains calling here and many more trains passing by. In conjunction with the electrification works on the South-link Line, a side platform is being constructed which allows commuters to get the platform without crossing the railway track.
The station was opened on 5 October 1992.
Neishi is the least used TRA station, according to The TRA Volume of Passenger & Freight Traffic report in 2015, only 138 passengers getting on and 224 passengers alighting.
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