Jingmei Station

This article is about the station in Taipei City. For the station in Hualien County, see Jingmei Station (TRA).
Jingmei Station
Jingmei Station Platform
Municipality Taipei
District(s) Wenshan
Address No. 393, Sec. 6, Roosevelt Rd.
Type Underground
Opened November 11, 1999
Rail services
Line(s)      Xindian Line (G5)
Daily Ridership
Operator(s) Taipei Rapid Transit System
There is a bus stop near this station.

The Taipei Metro Jingmei Station is located in Wenshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is a station on the Xindian Line.

Station overview

This two-level, underground station has an island platform and three exit.[1]

Station layout

Street Level Entrance/Exit Entrance/Exit
B1 Concourse Lobby, information counter, automatic ticket dispensing machines, one-way faregates
Restrooms(South side, outside fare zone, near Exit 1)
B2 Platform 1 ← toward Tamsui (Wanlong)
Island platform, Doors open on the left
Platform 2 toward Xindian (Dapinglin)


  • Exit 1: Roosevelt Rd. Sec. 6 (Beside the post office)
  • Exit 2: Jingzhong St. (Jingmei Junior High School)
  • Exit 3: Roosevelt Rd. Sec. 6 (Jingfu Street)

Around the station

  • Jingmei Night Market
  • Fareastern Géant
  • Shih Hsin University
  • Jiying Temple
  • Jingxing Park
  • Xianjiyan Hiking Trail Entrance
  • Jingmei Elementary School
  • Xikou Elementary School
  • Marine Bureau (between this station and Wanlong Station)
Preceding station   Taipei Metro   Following station
toward Tamsui
Green Line
Xindian Line
toward Xindian


Coordinates: 24°59′34″N 121°32′26″E / 24.992661°N 121.540622°E / 24.992661; 121.540622

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