Songshan Airport metro station
Songshan Airport station platform
|Location||No. 338, Dunhua N. Road,|
|Opened||4 July 2009|
|11,432 daily (2016)|
|Rank||96 out of 109|
|Songshan Airport metro station|
This four-level, underground station features an island platform and three exits. The station is 150 meters long, 20 meters wide, and is accessible from Songshan Airport via a 42-meter long underground cross passage. This station along with Dazhi station are the only underground medium-capacity stations on the Taipei Metro. They are also the first underground stations in the system to have platform doors.
In addition to developing food facilities in the underground passage connecting the station to the airport, an "airport library" will also be opened.
From 30 March 1936 until 1976, there was also a Songshan Airport station located on the now-defunct TRA Songshan Airport Line which was linked to Songshan Station by an intermediate station (Songshan Power Plant Station), but the TRA station was built at a different location from the present Metro station.
|B1||Connecting Level||Moving walkway toward the Songshan Airport terminal, CAA subsidiary space|
|B2||Concourse||Lobby, information desk, automatic ticket dispensing machines, one-way faregates, restrooms|
|B3||Connecting Level||Stairs and escalators to platform|
|B4||Platform 1||← Wenhu Line toward Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center (BR14 Dazhi)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Platform 2||→ Wenhu Line toward Taipei Zoo (BR12 Zhongshan Junior High School) →|
All exits are accessible by escalator, elevator, and stairs.
Because of the station's proximity to Songshan Airport, many of the public art works in the station revolve around flight and travel. The overall theme for the station is "The Story of Flight". The artworks were selected as part of a contest, with the open selection process beginning in July 2006 and winners announced in December 2006.
Materials: Glass (clear), matte steel (white)
Location: Exit 3 Square
Description: In this age, travel is no longer a dream but something you can do at any time. This piece features a large glass and metal suitcase.
Materials: Black steel, LED lights, glass, matte stainless steel
Location:' Ticketing area wall, concourse level
Description: To mankind, flight brings about freedom. This piece represents mankind's enthusiasm for flight.
Dreams of Flying
Materials: Stainless steel, aluminum, canvas flame retardants, steel gears
Location: Ceiling, platform level
Description: In order to realize dreams of flying, mankind created different machines to achieve it. These pieces all represent man-powered machines and were made from everyday objects.
Around the stationEdit
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Songshan Airport Station.|
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