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Beijing Zoo Station


Beijing Zoo Station
动物园站
Location
Province Beijing
(See other stations in Beijing)
City Beijing
District Haidian
History
Opened September 28, 2009
Station statistics
Operator(s) Beijing MTR Corp. Ltd
Line(s)
Rail services
Preceding station   Beijing Subway   Following station
Line 4
toward Gongyixiqiao

Beijing Zoo Station is a station on the Line 4, of the Beijing Subway, located in Haidian District, Beijing, China. The station on average has 100,000 entrances and exits per day.[1]

Station layout

B1 Concourse Lobby, toilets, single journey ticket machine, information desk
B2 Platform 1 Line 4 towards Anheqiao North (←)
Island platform, Doors will open on the left
Platform 2 Line 4 towards Gongyixiqiao (→)

References

See also

Coordinates: 39°56′14″N 116°19′58″E / 39.937119°N 116.332767°E / 39.937119; 116.332767


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