The Taipei Metro Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Station
is located in the Zhongzheng District
. It is a transfer station on the Danshui Line
and the Xindian
Lines. While the memorial
for which the station is named was embroiled in a naming dispute, the name of the station has remained unchanged.
The station is a three-level, underground structure with two island platforms
and seven exits. The two platforms are stacked on top of one another, allowing for cross-platform interchange
. The washrooms are outside the entrance area. The station is situated under Roosevelt Road, between Nanhai Road, Linsen South Road, and Aiguo East Road.
When completed in 2013, the station will be a transfer station with the Songshan Line
. It is also a planned terminus for the Wanda-Shulin Line.
The station is home to several public art pieces. By the escalators connecting the two platform levels, a piece titled "Metamorphosis" displays a holographic flight trajectory of a paper plane
. On the upper platform in "Platform, Stage", elements from Taiwanese folk arts and Chinese opera
have been transformed into... Read More