List of Beijing Subway Stations - Batong Line

Batong Line

Stations of Batong Line, Beijing Subway
Code Station Chinese name Location Transfers Platform type Grade Opened
BT01 Sihui 四惠 Chaoyang 1 Island At-grade 27 December 2003
BT02 Sihui East 四惠东 1 Side At-grade 27 December 2003
BT03 Gaobeidian 高碑店 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT04 Communication University of China 传媒大学 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT05 Shuangqiao 双桥 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT06 Guanzhuang 管庄 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT07 Baliqiao 八里桥 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT08 Tongzhou Beiyuan 通州北苑 Tongzhou Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT09 Guoyuan 果园 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT10 Jiukeshu 九棵树 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT11 Liyuan 梨园 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT12 Linheli 临河里 Side Elevated 27 December 2003
BT13 Tuqiao 土桥 Side Elevated 27 December 2003

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