▲ Taian Image taken 20 Jun 2017
Check times for train services, since trains may not run around the clock
Not to be confused with: Taian (台安) in Liaoning
Last updated/reviewed 19 Jun 2017; next update/review due before 19 Jun 2019
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Where is this station?
West of Lingshan Avenue, Daiyue District, Taian, Shandong Province (山东省泰安市岱岳区岭山大道以西)
West of Central Taian
- 10 km west of Taishan Railway Station in city centre (25-30 minutes)
- 7 km west of Central Taian (20-25 minutes)
- 12 km west of South Entrance to Mt Tai (30-35 minutes)
Times are based on a journey by road without traffic queues.
What railway lines or routes are available here?
- Main line served: Beijing-Shanghai HSR
- Trains to destinations beyond this main line may also be available at this station
I’m boarding a train from this station.
Departing from this station
- Car drop-off: Access to Departures hall and ticket office
- Ticket office: Located to the right of the entrance
- Security, Ticket & ID Check: Required after going through main Departures hall entrance – ticketed passengers only
- Info services: For questions, just ask uniformed members of staff
- Departure gates: In middle of Departures Hall
- Platforms: 4 platforms (2 island platforms: Platforms 1 and 2, and 3 and 4)
- Boarding: Boarding begins 12 minutes before departure; gates close 5 minutes before departure
- Access to trains: Platforms 1 and 2 for southbound trains; platforms 3 and 4 for northbound trains and trains to northeastern China
I’m getting off a train at this station.
Arriving at this station
- To Exit: Follow signs to exit passage and leave via underpass
- Station Arrivals: Exit from trains at the left end of the building – the arrival gates are in the sunken square and a level below Departures
- Local transport: Transfer hub to bus, taxis, and other means of transport at exit point
Connections to local transport
There are currently local bus and taxi services available.
For the smoothest possible connection, have your destination available in simplified Chinese characters to show to the driver, especially if you are taking a taxi.
- Station opened 30 June 2011
- Managed by Ji’nan West Railway Station, CR Ji’nan