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Jordan station


MTR MTR rapid transit station
Platform 2 of Jordan station
Chinese name
Hanyu PinyinZuǒdūn
Cantonese YaleJódēun
Literal meaningJordan
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinZuǒdūn
Yue: Cantonese
Yale RomanizationJódēun
General information
LocationJordan Road, Jordan
Hong Kong
Coordinates22°18′18″N 114°10′18″E / 22.3049°N 114.1718°E / 22.3049; 114.1718
Owned byMTR Corporation
Operated byMTR Corporation
Line(s)Tsuen Wan line
Platforms2 (1 island platform)
Structure typeUnderground
Platform levels1
Other information
Station codeJOR
Opened16 December 1979; 44 years ago (1979-12-16)
Previous namesKwun Chung
Preceding station MTR MTR Following station
Tsim Sha Tsui
towards Central
Tsuen Wan line Yau Ma Tei
towards Tsuen Wan
Track layout
Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Location within the MTR system
Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Jordan (Hong Kong urban core)

Jordan is a station on the Hong Kong MTR Tsuen Wan line. It has dark green and light green livery. It is named after Jordan Road.


Jordan station Concourse
Jordan station Artwork "PERSIMMON"

Jordan station is located in Jordan at the intersection of two main thoroughfares: Nathan Road and Jordan Road, the station eponymously named after the latter. The northern portion of Kowloon Park is only a few blocks south of the station and King's Park is about 250m northeast using Jordan Road.[1] A number of important hotels, buildings, and shopping centres are within walking distance of the station. These include the Novotel Nathan Road Kowloon Hong Kong, Baden-Powell International House, Eaton Hotel Hong Kong, and the Antiquities and Monuments Office.[1]


Jordan station opened on 16 December 1979 as part of the second phase of the Kwun Tong line that extended the Kwun Tong line from Shek Kip Mei to Tsim Sha Tsui. When the Tsuen Wan line opened on 17 May 1982, the Kwun Tong line was shortened and terminated at Yau Ma Tei, the first stop north of Jordan, and Jordan was transferred to the Tsuen Wan line. In 2000, along with five other stations on the Tsuen Wan line, Jordan became one of the first stations in the MTR network to be retrofitted with platform screen doors which aid in ventilation, crowd control and passenger safety.[2]

Station layout

Jordan is laid out similarly to many MTR stations. Passengers enter on the ground level and take escalators down to the concourse, and then one more level down to the centre island with two platforms.

G Ground level Exits
L1 Concourse Customer Service, MTRShops, Hang Seng Bank, vending machine, ATMs
Octopus promotion machine
Platform 1      Tsuen Wan line towards Tsuen Wan (Yau Ma Tei)
Island platform, doors will open on the right
Platform 2      Tsuen Wan line towards Central (Tsim Sha Tsui)



See also


  1. ^ a b c "Jordan Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Hong Kong to retrofit platform screen doors". American Public Transportation Association. Archived from the original on 23 October 2006. Retrieved 24 February 2009.
  3. ^ "Jordan Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 July 2014.
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