Tianfu Square station

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Tianfu Square

天府广场
Chengdu Metro icon.svg
Tian Fu Yan Chang Xia Chen Yan Chang .jpg
Station entrance
Location Qingyang District, Chengdu, Sichuan
China
Coordinates 30°39′36″N104°03′48″E / 30.65997°N 104.06334°E / 30.65997; 104.06334 Coordinates: 30°39′36″N104°03′48″E / 30.65997°N 104.06334°E / 30.65997; 104.06334
Operated byChengdu Metro Limited
Line(s)
Platforms6 (2 island platforms, 2 side platforms)
History
Opened27 September 2010
Services
Preceding station Chengdu Metro Following station
Luomashi
towards Weijianian
Line 1 Jinjiang Hotel
towards Science City
Chunxi Road
towards Longquanyi
Line 2 People's Park
towards Xipu

Tianfu Square (Chinese :天府广场) is a transfer station of the Chengdu Metro on Lines 1 and 2. [1] [2]

Contents

Station layout

GEntrances and ExitsExits A-H, J
B1ConcourseFaregates, Station Agent
B2
Side platform, doors open on the right
Northbound     Line 1 towards Weijianian (Luomashi)
Island platform, doors open on the left
Southbound     Line 1 towards Science City (Jinjiang Hotel)
Side platform, doors open on the right
B3Westbound     Line 2 towards Xipu (People's Park)
Island platform, doors open on the left
Eastbound     Line 2 towards Longquanyi (Chunxi Road)

Around the station

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References

  1. "运行线路图". Chengdu Metro. Archived from the original on 22 August 2010. Retrieved 11 August 2020.
  2. "Operated lines". Chengdu Metro. Retrieved 11 August 2020.