|Train operators||PAT, KHS|
|Passengers||343.1 million (transfers counted once) 0.4%|
Aku-Dyanchezi (lit. "Southern far-distance train station") is one of the three far-distance railway stations in Pyingshum, the capital of Kojo. It is served by four metro lines (1, 9, 11, 15), two Papáchē trunk routes (A, D) and is an important terminus for many IC, CC, KCP, KCS and KC services. It is the city's busiest station, with ca. 1 830 000 passengers handled daily (taking into account that transfers are counted twice). This number includes 790,000 Papáchē passengers, 530,000 on the Chitachē, 340,000 regional rail passengers and 170,000 on long-distance trains. The railway station facilitates a total of 6,560 train movements a day. That includes 288 IC, 18 CC, 136 KCP, 170 KCS and 374 KC trains as well as 2,048 Papáchē and 3,900 Chitachē trains. It is estimates that, counting transferring passengers only once, about 980 000 passengers use the station daily.
Connections and layout
IC and CC
|IC 1||Pyingshum ADC, PSM Int. Airport, Kahyuemgúchi, Leshfyomi-sul, Púlmaerong ZC (Kippa), Kippa ZC, Láoféi, Kimelíngsan-shu, Jaka Kayaran||1 h||(3+3)||-/-|
|IC 1 E||Pyingshum ADC, Kippa ZC, Jaka Kayaran||1 h||(4S+4)||-/-|
|IC 3||Pyingshum ADC, PSM Int. Airport , Kahyuemgúchi, Nároggul, Igilaē, Womenlū, Zúkshi (Fóskiman h.), Finkyáse,||Marbella, Ataraxie-Ville||1 h||(4+4)||-/-|
|IC 3 E||Pyingshum ADC, Finkyáse, Ataraxie-Ville||1 h||(4S+4S)||-/-|
|IC 5||Pyingshum ADC, PSM Int. Airport, Kahyuemgúchi, Leshfyomi-sul, Púlmaerong ZC (Kippa), Kippa ZC, Tamrong, Hetta, Womenlū, Zúkshi (Fóskiman h.), Finkyáse||1 h||2N||-/-|
|IC 5 E||Pyingshum ADC, Kippa ZC, Hetta, Womenlū, Finkyáse||1 h||2N||-/-|
|CC 53||Pyingshum ADC, Sújoshí, Kimaéchul, Púlmaerong ZC (Kippa), Kippa ZC, Kippa Akuchezi, Rō, Arákkanai||2 h||1N||-/-|
KCP, KCS and KC
The following regional train connections depart from Aku-Dyanchezi:
Line 1, 9, 11 and 15 stop underneath the station. Line 1 stops once again after surfacing south of the station parallel to the southern tips of the platform, however this station is counted separately.
History and architecture
When the new government quarters were planned and built, Ozuman Chezi was built to handle the city's few railway passengers of that time. When industrialisation lead to a drastically increase in traffic as well as sheer since of the city, it was decided to erect Aku-Dyanchezi to handle intercity railway traffic, while simultaneously building a subway network. The station was opened in 1880, however originally 2 km further north inDoíku-Pang.
In the 1970's it was agreed on to move the railway station down further to the south from its original location, to make room for a new, modern and conveniently placed CBD.
With the introduction of high-speed passenger railway services, the question arose whether the routes via Formajiá to Arákkanai, Toefyei and Tsuyenji were to start from Aku-Dyanchezi in the city's growing CDB, or from Kibō-Dyanchezi in the north east. In the end it was decided to route the long-distance high-speed services to the northern station via a newly constructed railway corridor, to keep more capacity for regional trains at the southern terminus in favour of the many commuters from the southern part of the wider Pyingshum area that commute to the new CBD on a daily basis.
Location and surroundings
The station is located in the CBD of Pyingshum, right next to the Pyingshum Conference Centre and close to the Pyingshum Exhibition Centre.