Wuweidong Train Station in Wuwei, Gansu


Wuwei East Railway Station
Wuwei East Railway Station

Wuwei East Railway Station (Wuweidong), located in Wuwei City, Gansu Province in Westnorth China, is a passenger railway station under the jurisdiction of the Lanzhou Railway Bureau Group. It serves as a station on the Lanzhou-Zhangye high-speed railway . The station was part of the newly constructed section of the railway from Zhongchuan Airport (Zhongchuanjichang) to Wuwei.The station is situated approximately 5.5 kilometers from the city center and features a layout with 4 platforms and 7 tracks.

Wuwei East Railway Station officially opened on June 29, 2024, marking the beginning of high-speed rail service in Wuwei. This development has significantly improved the transportation network in the Hexi Corridor region . The station is designed to accommodate high-speed trains traveling at a maximum speed of 250 kilometers per hour. Wuwei East Railway Station operates high speed trains to or from Lanzhou West, Lanzhou Xinqu, Zhongchuan Airport (Zhongchuanjichang), Yongdeng North, Gulang North, Zhongwei South, Wuzhong, even Yinchuang in Ningxia Province.

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Getting to Wuwei East Station

To reach Wuwei East Railway Station, you have public bus services: as of June 2024, there are 3 bus routes that pass through Wuwei East Railway Station:

  • Wuwei Bus Line 9: This line starts at Wanjia International Plaza and ends at the High-Speed Railway Station. The operating hours are from 06:35 to 18:40.
  • Wuwei Bus Line 26: Starting from Huangtai District North Gate, this line also ends at the High-Speed Railway Station with operating hours from 06:30 to 18:35.
  • Wuwei Bus Line 28: This line begins at the Railway Station and goes to the High-Speed Railway Station, operating from 06:30 to 18:50.

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