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Rådhuspladsen Station

Rådhuspladsen
Copenhagen Metro rapid transit station
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Rådhuspladsen Station
LocationRådhuspladsen
1550 København V
Denmark
Owned byMetroselskabet
Platforms1 island platform
Tracks2
Construction
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zone1
History
Opened29 September 2019

Rådhuspladsen (Danish pronunciation: [ˈʁʌðhusˌpʰlæsn̩], lit. City Hall Square) is an underground Copenhagen Metro station located on City Hall Square in central Copenhagen, Denmark. The station is on the City Circle Line (M3 and M4), between Gammel Strand and Copenhagen Central Station, and is in fare zone 1.

Nearby landmarks include Copenhagen City Hall, the southwestern end of Strøget, Tivoli Gardens, the National Museum of Denmark and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek 9.

History

Construction on Rådhuspladsen station began in 2009. It is opened on 29 September 2019 along with the rest of the City Circle Line. During the station's construction, a work site took over the western half of the square to allow for excavation and station shell construction.[1]

Design

The main staircase is located adjacent to Vester Voldgade and faces the tower of the Coty Hall. A secondary staircase faces H. C. Andersens Boulevard. The escalator shaft is clad with black, ceramic panels.

Transport links

Bus routes 10, 12, 14, 26, 33, 2A, 6A, 5V, 250S, 93N, 94N and 97N serve the station.

Service

Preceding station   Copenhagen Metro   Following station
M3
toward Østerport
Terminus
M4
toward Orientkaj

References

  1. ^ (in Danish) Map of the site Copenhagen Metro Retrieved 2014-01-20

External links