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Train 2017-05-08
Hangzhou
There are three railway stations in Hangzhou – Hangzhou Railway Station, Hangzhou East Railway Station and Hangzhou South Railway Station. On July 1st 2013, with the reopening of Hangzhou East Railway Station, two important things happened. One was Hangzhou South Railway Station was closed to be rebuilt, and the other was the newly-built Hangzhou East Railway Station took the place of Hangzhou Railway Station as the largest Railway Station in Hangzhou.


Hangzhou Railway Station
Hangzhou Railway Station is also called “City Station (城站)” by Hangzhou local people. It’s the landmark construction of Hangzhou. The station is an in-town station which was rebuilt in 1997 and put into use on December 28th, 1999. It has two ticket halls, six waiting rooms, and seven platforms. At present, there are about 105 scheduled trains stopping here daily.
 

Address: No.1 Huancheng East Road, Shangcheng District (上城区环城东路1号)
Transportation:
Bus: Y2, 3, B3, 7, 11, 21, 39, 49, 88, 90, 100, 116, 140, K155, 185, 188, 200, 210, 225, 226, 270, 276, 281, 290, 300, 525, 528, 849, 900, 3, 30, 62, 92, 116, 151, K155, 251, 801, 222
Subway: Line 1

Hangzhou East Railway Station
Hangzhou East Railway Station was closed on 20 January 2010 for improvements and reopened on July 1st, 2013. It covers a total area of 0.34 square kilometers. It’s a comprehensive railway station that combines various transportations such as high-speed trains, ordinary trains, expresses, maglev trains and water transport, all of which make it one of the biggest transportation hubs in the world. The station consists of five floors, with three floors underground and two aboveground.
 
 

Address: No.1 Tiancheng Road, Jianggan District (江干区天城1号).
Transportation:                                              
Bus: 20,28,31,93,107,108,179,200,224,227,228,108,124,123
Subway: Line 1

Ticketing
Tickets can be purchased 58 days (including the purchasing day) in advance in railway stations. Besides, tickets are also available at ticket offices around the city. At present, there are about 75 ticket offices in Hangzhou. When buying tickets at ticket offices, you have to pay an extra 5 Yuan for each ticket.

Main ticket offices

Ticket Office

Address

Opening Hours

Wulinmen Ticket Office (武林门代售点)

No.425 Wulin Road (武林路425号)

08:00-17:00          

Huansha Road Ticket Office (浣纱路代售点)

No.147 Huansha Road (浣纱路147号)

08:00-17:00  

Wensan Road Ticket Office (文三路代售点)

No.90 Wensan West Road (文三西路183号)

08:00-17:00  

Qiutao Road Ticket Office (秋涛路代售点)

No.568 Qiutao Road (秋涛路568号)

08:00-17:00  

Moganshan Road Ticket Office (莫干山路代售点)

No.340 Moganshan Road (莫干山路340号)

08:00-17:00  

Jiubao Ticket Office (九堡代售点)

No.902 Hanghai Road (杭海路902号)

08:00-17:00  

 
Shanghai

As Shanghai is the closest city to Hangzhou, at about 174 kilometers away, most people travel between the two cities by train. Shanghai's Hongqiao Railway Station is in a transport hub in the city's west part together with the airport, long-distance bus station and subways. The transport hub is about 15 kilometers from the People's Square at the city's center place and about 57 kilometers from Pudong International Airport.

 


The station is the city's key terminal for high-speed railway lines, including an inter-city railway between Shanghai and Nanjing City in Jiangsu Province and a line between Shanghai and Hangzhou City in Zhejiang Province. The transport hub has the largest underground project in the city, connecting West Bus Station, High-speed Railway Station, East Bus Station and the Terminal 2 of Hongqiao Airport from west to east.

There is one 1-kilometer-long underground transit level linking the five parts in the hub. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from the Hongqiao International Airport Terminal 2 to the Long-Distance Bus Station in the West Station through the transit level.
 

About 80 of the new "G" trains ("G" stands for "Gaotie", which means top-level high-speed train in Chinese) will arrive at and depart from the Hongqiao hub from 6:12am to 9:45pm every day. The station, with 30 tracks and 30 platforms, is designed to handle 80 million passengers annually by 2030.
 

Passengers will find restaurants and stores on the third floor after security checks on the second level. Passengers can also find more restaurants, convenience stores, banks, automatic teller machines, book stores and retail stores between Hongqiao Railway Station and East Station on B1, the arrival level.

Tips: B1: arrival level / 1F: platform / 2F: departure level / B1&3F: restaurants and stores
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