Guiyang North Railway Station

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Guiyang North Railway Station

by Live in Guizhou


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Guiyang North Railway Station, opened on December 26, 2014, is a key transportation hub in Guiyang, Guizhou Province. The station is well-equipped to handle a large volume of passengers and plays a vital role in facilitating travel within Guizhou Province and to other major cities in China.

The station is located in the Guangshanhu District, about 10.5 kilometers northwest of downtown Guiyang. It covers a large area of 256,000 square meters and features 15 island platforms and 32 railway tracks. This station is an important stop on several high-speed rail lines, including the Shanghai–Kunming, Guiyang–Guangzhou, Chengdu–Guiyang, and Guiyang-Kaiyang Intercity Railways.

The station has a four-level structure with various facilities. The second floor (2F) houses the departure area, waiting hall, and several dining options including Chinese restaurants, KFC, and McDonald’s. The first floor (1F) includes the station entrance, security check, ticket offices, waiting lounges, taxi drop-off areas, and access to platforms and railway tracks. The B1 level is designated for arrivals, exits, taxi pick-up areas, and also includes a bus station, East Square, and West Square. The B2 level connects to Metro Line 1, providing easy access to and from the city center.

Guiyang North Railway Station offers a range of services and facilities, such as ticket offices, waiting rooms with more than 4,500 seats, special facilities for the disabled, and a variety of voluntary services. An infirmary is also available for medical needs. For transportation, apart from the subway, there are multiple bus routes connecting the station to various parts of the city. Taxis are readily available, with drop-off areas on 1F and pick-up areas on B1.