Yishan Road station

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Location
31°11'11"N
121°25'39"E
Country
 China
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Yishan Road (Chinese: 宜山路; pinyin: Yíshān Lù) is the name of an interchange station between Lines 3, 4 and 9 on the Shanghai Metro. It is the southernmost station shared by Line 3 and Line 4, although the two lines do not share tracks (the Line 4 station is underground). The station opened on 26 December 2000 as part of the initial section of Line 3 from Shanghai South Railway Station to Jiangwan Town. The interchange with Line 4 opened on the final day of 2005, and the interchange with Line 9 opened on the final day of 2009 as part of that line's downtown section from this station to Century Avenue.While the Line 4 platform was formerly in a separate area from Lines 3 and 9, the three platforms of all three lines are now connected via an above-ground passageway.

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