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Islands Brygge Station

Islands Brygge
Copenhagen Metro station
Islands Brygge Station.JPG
LocationNjalsgade 70
2300 København S
Coordinates55°39′48″N 12°35′6.6″E / 55.66333°N 12.585167°E / 55.66333; 12.585167
Owned byMetroselskabet
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Bicycle facilities100
Other information
Fare zone1
History
Opened19 October 2002
Services
Preceding station   Copenhagen Metro   Following station
toward Vanløse
M1
toward Vestamager
Location
Islands Brygge is located in Copenhagen
Islands Brygge
Islands Brygge
Location within Copenhagen

Islands Brygge (lit. Icelandic Quays) is a rapid transit station of the Copenhagen Metro in Copenhagen, Denmark. The first station on the M1 Line after its split from the M2 Line at Christianshavn, it is located in zone 1 in the northwestern section of the island of Amager.

Location

Islands Brygge station is situated in the rapidly evolving Islands Brygge area in the very northern part of the Ørestad redevelopment area, termed Ørestad Nord. Specifically, the station lies below Ørestads Boulevard at its intersection with Njalsgade. Nearby is Havneparken, a celebrated public park transformed from a former industrial site in 1984 with additions since then.

Transit-oriented development

As one of six stations within or bounding the Ørestad redevelopment area, Islands Brygge has witnessed significant transit-oriented development. Mostly educational in nature, nearby is the University of Copenhagen's Faculty of Humanities. Commercial development in the area includes Metropolitain, a 9,500 square metres (102,000 sq ft) office and shopping complex was opened in 2010.[1]

Station layout

Like all Copenhagen Metro stations, Islands Brygge has an island platform setup with two tracks.

M1 towards Vestamager
(Platform Edge Doors)
Island Platform
(Platform Edge Doors)
M1 towards Vanløse

References

  1. ^ 2010 construction update BY&HAVN Retrieved 2012-05-27

External links


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