Hangzhou South Railway Station
Hangzhou South Railway Station, originally named Xiaoshan Railway Station, was first built in 1931. In 2013, it was closed for reconstruction and is scheduled to reopen in 2018. The new station is built to be a comprehensive transportation terminal rather than a railway station only, consisting of a railway station, a long-distance bus center, a subway station and several city bus stations.
Located in Xiaoshan District, Hangzhou South Train Station is about 13 miles (21 km) away from Xiaoshan International Airport, 11 miles (18km) away from Hangzhou Railway Station, 12.5 miles (20 km) away from East Railway Station and 13 miles from the famous Broken Bridge over West Lake.
Address: No.1, Zhanqian Road, Xiaoshan District
Both normal and high speed trains will be operated here, including those running to/from Shanghai, Nanjing, Ningbo, Changsha, Nanchang, and Huangshan (where the famous Yellow Mountain is located).
Trains to be Operated in Hangzhou South Railway Station
Hangzhou South Train Station consists of three parts, terminal building, East Square and West Square. There will be 7 platforms and 21 railway tracks inside.
Terminal Building- “A Floating Box” between Mountains and Waters
The station building is designed to have five storeys: -2F is for subway platforms; -1F is the arrival floor and transfer hall between subway and rail service; 1F is the railway platforms; 2F is the waiting room and above is a mezzanine for restaurants, stores and other supporting facilities.
Looking from afar, the building looks like a "floating box" surrounding by the mountains and waters of Hangzhou. When finished, its facade will present a landscape painting of Xianghu Lake, the "sister" of West Lake in Xiaoshan District.
It will be put into use together with the terminal building in late September of 2017. At that time, more city buses, taxi stands and private car parking lots will be available here.
West Square- the only entrance to the station before 2019
This is the main square of the station for public transfer service, and 2 times larger than West Square. There will be city bus stops, long-distance bus station, tourist bus parking lots, taxi and private car parking lots, public bicycle booth set up here.
East Square- the main square to be opened in 2019
The subway entrances/exits for Line 5 and Line 11 will also be located on this square. The line 5 will be put into service in 2019 together with the square while the opening time of line 11 is not known yet. One thing worth mentioning is that the subway line 5 will run all the way to Shaoxing, bringing great convenience for passengers traveling between the railway station and Shaoxing.
Currently, only a few city buses are available at the station. More buses will be available when the station is officially opened.
How to travel between Hangzhou South Railway Station and Downtown
|City Bus Line||Main Stops||Ticket Price||Opearting Hours （South Station)|
|300||People' s Square, Guanyintang…||CNY3||05:00-22:00|
|123||Xiaoshan General Coach Station; People's Square, Zhenning Road and Yingfeng Road subway stations on Line 2; East Railway Station…||CNY3||05:30-22:00|
|328||Passenger Transport Central Station, New Century Market…||CNY4||05:30-22:00|
|726||Xiaoshan General Coach Station...||CNY2||06:00-19:00|
|711||Panshui subway station on Line 2...||CNY1||06:10-18:00|
|700||Shixin Square, Xiaoshan West Coach Station, Xianghu subway station on Line 1...||CNY1||05:40-23:30|