Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park station

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31°12'06"N
121°35'18"E
Country
 China
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Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park (simplified Chinese: 张江高科; traditional Chinese: 張江高科; pinyin: Zhāngjiāng Gāokē) is a station on Line 2 of the Shanghai Metro. This station had been the line's eastern terminus from 27 December 2000, after an eastward extension from Longyang Road to Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park opened, until 24 February 2010, when the line was extended further eastward to Guanglan Road. From 14 to 23 February 2010, this station was shut down, and Line 2 service terminated at Longyang Road, to allow for reconstruction work; the new underground Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park station was built on the northeast side of the old, elevated station. This conversion allowed for greater compatibility with the 24 February 2010 opening of Jinke Road and Guanglan Road stations, which are both underground.
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