Fuxingmen is an interchange with Lines 1 and 2; the interchange at this station is the oldest interchange on record for all of Beijing. Passengers changing from Line 2 to Line 1 use a simple flight of stairs; those changing back to Line 2 use a separate, and much longer, transfer passageway. Like those at Jianguomen, the longer passageway is bidirectional; courtesy dictates that travellers keep right.
Fuxingmen Subway Station has four exits. This station uses line-specific side halls on Underground Level 1. Exits A and D in the western side hall and are accessible from the Line 2 part of the station; exits B and C are in the eastern side hall, in the Line 1 part of the station. Passengers must choose their exit in advance before leaving the platforms on Underground Level 2 and may need to change line-specific platforms if needed. Line 1 passengers are closest to exits B and C; Line 2 passengers are closest to exits A and D. You may need to use interchange passageways to reach your exit.
All exits are east of Fuxingmen Bridge
Passengers west of Fuxingmen Bridge wishing to ride westbound Line 1 trains are better served at the nearby Nanlishilu station
Exit B (Line 1) (northeast): CYTS Jinrongjie Sales Office, EF Fuxingmen Center, Fuxingmen McDonald's Store, jrj.com, Parkson Department Store
Exit C (Line 1) (southeast): China Education Television, Ocean Plaza, Wall Street English COSCO Training Center
Disabled Access: Exit A is wheelchair accessible
Park and Ride Services
Bike: Exit A
Cars: Exits B and C