Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road station

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Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road (simplified Chinese: 一大会址·黄陂南路; traditional Chinese: 一大會址·黃陂南路; pinyin: Yīdà Huìzhǐ Huángpí Nán Lù) is an interchange station on lines 1 and 14 of the Shanghai Metro;[1] line 1 opened on 10 April 1995 as part of the section between Jinjiang Park and Shanghai Railway Station;[2][3] It became an interchange station on 31 December 2021 with the opening of line 14.

Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road

一大会址·黄陂南路
Shanghai Metro
Station hall of Site of the First CPC National Congress·South Huangpi Road station, Line 14.jpg
Station hall on Line 14
General information
LocationMiddle Huaihai Road and South Huangpi Road
Huangpu District, Shanghai
China
Coordinates31°13′22″N 121°28′24″E / 31.222745°N 121.473306°E / 31.222745; 121.473306Coordinates: 31°13′22″N 121°28′24″E / 31.222745°N 121.473306°E / 31.222745; 121.473306
Operated byShanghai No. 1 Metro Operation Co. Ltd.
Line(s)
Platforms4 (1 island platform and 2 side platforms)
Tracks4
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Station codeL01/12 (Line 1)
History
Opened10 April 1995 (1995-04-10) (Line 1)
30 December 2021 (Line 14)
Previous namesSouth Huangpi Road (up to 20 June 2021)
Services
Preceding station Shanghai Metro Following station
People's Square
towards Fujin Road
Line 1 South Shaanxi Road
towards Xinzhuang
Jing'an Temple
towards Fengbang
Line 14 Dashijie
towards Guiqiao Road
Location
Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road is located in Shanghai
Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road
Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road
Location in Shanghai

On 20 June 2021, to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party, the station name changed from South Huangpi Road Station to Site of the First CPC National Congress · South Huangpi Road Station.[4]

The station is situated within the Inner Ring Road and adjacent to Middle Huaihai Road, the major up-market shopping street in Shanghai.

The neighbourhood in the vicinity was a residential district in the old French Concession. In recent years, the area was bought by a property developer and turned into an expensive restaurant district. Large-scale demolition has reduced the number of residents in the area, and replaced them with restaurants and large, Hong Kong-style shopping malls.

Station LayoutEdit

G Entrances and Exits Exits 1-7
B1 Line 1 Concourse Faregates, Station Agent
Line 14 Concourse Faregates, Station Agent
B2 Side platform, doors open on the right
Northbound      Line 14 towards Fengbang (Jing'an Temple)
Southbound      Line 14 towards Guiqiao Road (Dashijie)
Side platform, doors open on the right
Northbound      Line 1 towards Fujin Road (People's Square)
Island platform, doors open on the left
Southbound      Line 1 towards Xinzhuang (South Shaanxi Road)

Places nearbyEdit

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "South Huangpi Road". exploreshanghai.com.
  2. ^ 20年迈向世界:珍贵老照片展示上海地铁发展. Eastday (in Chinese). 27 May 2013. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
  3. ^ 上海市地方志办公室 上海通网站 上海市地情资料库 上海市的百科全书. shtong.gov.cn. Retrieved 13 September 2017.
  4. ^ Two new Metro station names honor First National Congress