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List of Copenhagen Metro stations

Going east, the M1 and M2 run parallel from Vanløse to Christianshavn, after which they split. M1 goes south, ending in Vestamager, while the M2 goes southeast, ending in Lufthavnen. The M3 is a circle line connecting the Central Station with Østerbro, Nørrebro, and Frederiksberg.
Map of the Copenhagen Metro following the opening of the northern part of the M4 (2020)
A square steel and glass room with some people waiting. In the middle are the backs of two escalators.
Platform level at Forum Station

There are 39 stations in the Copenhagen Metro, a driverless rapid transit system serving Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and Tårnby in Denmark.[1] Of the original 22 metro stations, nine are underground, twelve are elevated, and one is at street level.[2] Christianshavn Station offers transfer between the system's two original lines (M1 and M2), which share track between Vanløse and Christianshavn stations. From Christianshavn, M1 branches south traveling to Vestamager Station, while M2 heads southeast to Lufthavnen Station, which serves Copenhagen Airport.

The City Circle Line, which opened on 29 September 2019, has 17 stations, with transfer between the current and new lines at Frederiksberg and Kongens Nytorv stations. The new lines have a stop at Copenhagen Central Station (København H), the largest train station in Denmark.[3] On 28 March 2020, the first part of the M4 line opened, adding two additional stations and an increased number of trains on the København H - Østerport part of the City Circle Line. Transfer from the Copenhagen Metro to regional trains is possible at Copenhagen Central Station, Lufthavnen, Nørreport, Ørestad and Østerport stations.[1] Transfers to S-train services are possible at Copenhagen Central Station, Nørreport, Østerport, Nørrebro, Flintholm, Vanløse and Nordhavn stations.

The Copenhagen Metro opened in 2002, with additional stations opening in 2003, and the M2 branch to the airport completed in 2007.[4] M1 and M2 are in total 21 kilometers (13 mi) long, of which 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) is in tunnels and 11 kilometers (6.8 mi) is elevated. It takes 23 minutes to travel on each line from one end to the other.[5] The City Circle Line is intended to form a 15.5-kilometer (9.6 mi) loop around the city center, with a full circumference taking 25 minutes. The M3 line follows the full circle whilst the M4 line only operates along the eastern half.[3] The system is owned by Metroselskabet, a company owned jointly by the municipalities of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, and the government of Denmark. The metro and its 34 trains are operated by the private company Metro Service.[6]


The following two lists name the stations. The first lists the stations that opened between 2002 and 2020. It states the station's name, which lines serve it, whether it is elevated or underground (the grade), travel time in minutes to Nørreport, the ticket zone and any transfer possibilities available at the station.[1][2] The second table lists those stations on the future M4 line which are yet to be build.[3][7]

Terminal station
# Transfer station

List of stations

A street intersection. In a traffic island is an elevator marked "Nørreport" and beside it is the top of an escalator
Street-level access to Nørreport Station
Station Line Grade Opened Time to Nørreport (M1 and M2) Zone Transfer
Aksel Møllers Have M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Amager Strand M2 Elevated 2007 10 3
Amagerbro M2 Underground 2002 5 1
Bella Center M1 Elevated 2002 11 3
Christianshavn# M1 M2 Underground 2003 3 1
DR Byen M1 Elevated 2002 7 1, 3
Enghave Plads M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Fasanvej M1 M2 Underground 2003 5 2
Femøren M2 Elevated 2007 12 3
Flintholm# M1 M2 Elevated 2004 8 2 S-train
Forum M1 M2 Underground 2003 2 1
Frederiksberg# M1 M2 M3 Underground 2003 3 1, 2
Frederiksberg Allé M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Gammel Strand M3 M4 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Islands Brygge M1 Underground 2002 5 1
Kastrup M2 Elevated 2007 14 4
København H†# M3 M4 Underground 2019 N/A 1 Regional trains, S-train
Kongens Nytorv# M1 M2 M3 M4 Underground 2002 2 1
Lergravsparken M2 Underground 2002 7 1
Lindevang M1 M2 Elevated 2003 7 2
Lufthavnen†# M2 Elevated 2007 15 4 Regional trains, Copenhagen Airport
Marmorkirken M3 M4 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Nordhavn# M4 Underground 2020 N/A 2 S-train
Nørrebro# M3 Underground 2019 N/A 2 S-train
Nørrebros Runddel M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Nørreport# M1 M2 Underground 2002 0 1 Regional trains, S-train
Nuuks Plads M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Orientkaj M4 Elevated 2020 N/A 1
Ørestad M1 Elevated 2002 12 3 Regional trains
Øresund M2 Elevated 2007 9 3
Østerport# M3 M4 Underground 2019 N/A 1 Regional trains, S-train
Poul Henningsens Plads M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Rådhuspladsen M3 M4 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Skjolds Plads M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Sundby M1 Elevated 2002 9 3
Trianglen M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1
Vanløse†# M1 M2 Street Level 2003 9 2 S-train
Vestamager M1 Elevated 2002 14 3
Vibenshus Runddel M3 Underground 2019 N/A 1

Future stations

Four escalators, two going up and two going down. In the background are another four escalators.
Escalators at the underground Amagerbro Station
Station Line Grade Opens Transfer
Enghave Brygge M4 Underground 2024
Havneholmen M4 Underground 2024
Mozarts Plads M4 Underground 2024
Ny Ellebjerg†# M4 Underground 2024 S-train, regional trains
Sluseholmen M4 Underground 2024

Terminal station. # Transfer station.

The M4 was originally planned to service Trianglen, Poul Henningsens Plads, Vibenshus Runddel and Nørrebro stations on a temporary basis. This plan was later abandoned. Since its opening, the M4 serves the København H - Østerport - Orientkaj route. The City Circle Line opened on 29 September 2019 and two Nordhavn stations opened on 28 March 2020. An extension with five Sydhavn stations (Ny Elleberg - København H) is expected to open in 2024.

The Nordhavn end of the M4 has 2 stations,[8] while the Sydhavn end will have 5 stations.[9] As the built up areas of Nordhavn expand towards the North-East, no less than 9 versions of a future extension have been examined.[10]


  1. ^ a b c "Welcome to the Metro!". Metroselskabet. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 29 May 2009. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
  2. ^ a b Jensen, Tommy O. (2002). "Bag om metroen" (PDF). Jernbanen (in Danish) (5): 32–41. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-19.
  3. ^ a b c "Cityringen" (in Danish). Metroselskabet. 2008. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 July 2011. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
  4. ^ "Copenhagen Metro – the history". Metroselskabet. Archived from the original on 5 March 2010. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
  5. ^ "About the Metro". Metroselskabet. Archived from the original on 2 August 2009. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
  6. ^ "Metroens organisering" (in Danish). Metroselskabet. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
  7. ^ "Navn på metrostation: Nuuks Plads" (in Danish). TV 2. 1 December 2009. Retrieved 20 December 2009.
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  10. ^ PDF in Danish

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