Zhuxinzhuang Subway Station (地铁朱辛庄站)

Zhuxinzhuang station is on Beijing Subway Line 8 and Changping line.

Location

  • Area: Side road just off Beiqing Road (北清路; Changping County Highway X023), Changping district
    (昌平区北清路以北)
    Northern suburban Beijing, between Northern 5th and 6th Rings
  • Streets: Beiqing Road

Train Service Schedules

  • Hours of Train Service:
    Line 8 southbound to Nanluoguxiang: 05:10–22:05
    Changping Line northbound to Nanshao: 05:40–23:14
    Changping Line southbound to Xi’erqi: 05:37–22:51
    Enter stations in good time before the last train arrives, as ticket gates can close early.

  • Line 8 Service Frequencies: Minimum (peak): one train every 3 minutes 30 seconds (approx 17 trains per hour)
  • Changping Line Service Frequencies: Minimum (peak): one train every 5 minutes 30 seconds (approx 10 trains per hour)

Station Layout

Ground Level (Level 1)

  • Exits
  • Station concourse
  • Ticket gates
  • Toilets (inside paid area)

Level 2

  • Line 8 and Changping Line platforms

Ticketing

  • Staffed Counters: Concourses before gates
  • Ticket and Add Value Machines: Concourses before gates

Platforms

  • All platforms: This station uses two island platforms, with each side being served by a different line. Please check your line and direction of travel carefully.
  • Side Train Doors Open: Doors will open on the right on Line 8 trains; they will open on the left on Changping Line trains

Interchange

  • Ease Changing Lines: Cross-platform interchange is available if you are travelling in the same direction.
  • Line 8 ▶ Changping Line: Northbound passengers coming in from Line 8 can simply cross over to the other side of the platform for northbound trains on the Changping Line to Nanshao
  • Line 4 ▶ Line 1: Southbound passengers coming in from the Changping Line can simply cross over to the other side of the platform for southbound trains on Line 8 to Nanluoguxiang
  • If you wish to change your direction of travel, you must use the concourses to change to the opposite island platform.

Station Services:

  • Toilets: Toilets in paid areas in north and south concourses
  • Police Office: The police office is in the south concourse (by Exit B)
  • Cash Machines: Details being confirmed

Barrier-Free Access

  • Ticket Gates: Wide gates available
  • Access from Exit to Concourse: There is lift access from Exit B.
  • Access from Concourse to Platform: Lifts available to platforms once inside gateline from Exit B access.

Exits

2 exits available: Exits A and B
Split concourses in use. Choose your exit after leaving the train.

Bearings are based on which direction an individual is facing at the point of exit on ground level. Unless otherwise noted, all exits have escalator access as well as stairs. Use lifts if on wheelchairs, carrying heavy loads, or using prams.

Exits A and B are all split into further smaller exits.

Please note that some exits might not be available on short notice.

  • Exit A1: Westbound to road access to Beiqing Road
  • Exit A2: Northbound to road access to Beiqing Road
  • Exit A3: Northbound to road access to Beiqing Road
  • Exit B1: Southbound to road access to Beiqing Road
  • Exit B2: Southbound to road access to Beiqing Road
  • Exit B3: Westbound to road access to Beiqing Road

Landmarks Nearby

  • Exit B: Zhuxinzhuang New Area residential complex

Transfer Guide

  • Transfer to Buses:
    A Exits: No bus services
    B Exits: Routes 463, 专 49, 专 49 区, 专 50, 昌 (Changping) 19

Nearby Stations

Stations in the Immediate Vicinity
Line 8: ZHUXINZHUANG – Yuzhilu – … – NANLUOGUXIANG
Changping Line: XI’ERQI – Life Science Park – Zhuxinzhuang – Shahe – … – NANSHAO

Furthest on Minimum Fare (RMB 3.—) (if remaining on this line)
Line 8: As far south as Pingxifu
Changping Line: As far north as Shahe; or as far south as Life Science Park

Furthest within 10 minutes (train travel times only)
Line 8: As far south as Huilongguan Dongdajie
Changping Line: As far north as Shahe; or as far south as Life Science Park

The above information was last updated on 14 June 2015. E&OE. Travel times provided by ExploreBeijing.

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