Tiantongyuan station

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Tiantongyuan [1]

天通苑
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Platform
General information
LocationLitang Road (立汤路)
Tiantongyuanbei Subdistrict, Changping District, Beijing
China
Coordinates 40°04′31″N116°24′46″E / 40.075222°N 116.412759°E / 40.075222; 116.412759 Coordinates: 40°04′31″N116°24′46″E / 40.075222°N 116.412759°E / 40.075222; 116.412759
Operated by Beijing Mass Transit Railway Operation Corporation Limited
Line(s)      Line 5
Platforms2 (2 side platforms)
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeElevated
Disabled accessYes
History
OpenedOctober 7, 2007
Services
Preceding station Beijing Subway simplified logo.svg Beijing Subway Following station
Tiantongyuanbei
Terminus
Line 5 Tiantongyuannan
towards Songjiazhuang
Location
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Tiantongyuan [1]
Location in Beijing

Tiantongyuan Station [1] (Chinese :天通苑站; pinyin :Tiāntōngyuàn Zhàn) is a subway station on Line 5 of the Beijing Subway.

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Station Layout

The station has 2 elevated side platforms.

Exits

There are 2 exits, lettered A and B. Exit A is accessible.

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References

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