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Jiaokou Station

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Jiaokou Station

Jiaokou Station (Chinese: 滘口站) is an elevated terminus on Line 5 of the Guangzhou Metro. [1] It is located at Fongcun Avenue West (Chinese: 芳村大道西) near the Jiaokou Coach Terminal (Chinese: 滘口客运站) in Fangcun, Liwan District, Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, China,[2][3][4] and opened on 28 December 2009.[5]

Station layout

L2
Platforms
Platform 2 Line 5 termination platform
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 1 Line 5 towards Wenchong (Tanwei)
L1
Concourse
Lobby Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMs
G - Exit

References

  1. ^ Metro Line 5 Opens This December
  2. ^ 地铁五号线之滘口 楼价低位徘徊升值空间不小 (Chinese Version)
  3. ^ 09置业重点关注五号线地铁物业之荔湾区
  4. ^ 廣州地鐵五號線投標申請人報名提交資料一覽表
  5. ^ Guangzhou Metro line Five to Open in December 2009

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