Tieli Road station

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Tieli Road

铁力路
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General information
LocationFujin Road (富锦路) and Kedong Road (克东路)
Baoshan District, Shanghai
China
Coordinates 31°24′29″N121°27′40″E / 31.40812°N 121.461139°E / 31.40812; 121.461139
Operated byShanghai No. 3 Metro Operation Co. Ltd.
Line(s)      Line 3
Platforms2 (2 side platforms)
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground (the only underground station on Line 3)
AccessibleYes
History
Opened18 December 2006 (2006-12-18)
Services
Preceding station Shanghai Metro Following station
North Jiangyang Road
Terminus
Line 3 Youyi Road
Location
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Tieli Road
Location in Shanghai

Tieli Road (simplified Chinese :铁力路; traditional Chinese :鐵力路; pinyin :Tiělì Lù) is a station on the Shanghai Metro Line 3. The only sub-surface station on Line 3, it is part of the northern extension of that line from Jiangwan Town to North Jiangyang Road that opened on 18 December 2006. [1] [2]

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References

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