Yingkoudao station

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Yingkoudao

营口道
TianjinMetro.svg
Platform of L3 Yingkoudao Station (20200828182451).jpg
Line 3 platform
Other namesYingkou Road
Location Heping District, Tianjin
China
Operated byTianjin Metro Co. Ltd.
Line(s)
Construction
Structure typeUnderground and Elevated
History
Opened12 June 2006
Services
Preceding station  Tianjin Metro  Following station
towards  Donggulu
Line 1
towards  Liuyuan
towards  Nanzhan
Line 3
towards  Xiaodian

Yingkoudao Station (Chinese :营口道站), literally Yingkou Road Station in English, is a station of Line 1 of the Tianjin Metro. It started operations on 12 June 2006. [1] It is the busiest station in the network with over 100,000 users each day, [2] peaking at 210,000 passengers. [3] Due to the old Line 1 platforms not being built with anticipation of additional interchange traffic the station is extremely crowded. Tianjin Metro is currently planning to renovate and expand the station to better cope with the demand. [4]

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References

  1. "1号线站点介绍". Tianjin Metro. Retrieved 29 September 2012.
  2. "揭秘天津最挤地铁站 营口道站当之无愧_频道-天津_腾讯网". tianjin.house.qq.com. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  3. 自动抓稿. "平安夜地铁真火爆 营口道站全天客流达21万人次". news.eastday.com. Retrieved 2016-06-26.
  4. "天津地铁营口道站改造:扩建售票厅 优化进出站位置(图) - 天津网 - 汉丰网". www.kaixian.tv. Retrieved 2016-06-26.

Coordinates: 39°07′03″N117°11′29″E / 39.11750°N 117.19139°E / 39.11750; 117.19139