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Metro Warsaw: New extension inaugurated

Metro M2 Dworzec Wileński | © Robert Schwandl

The 3.1 km extension of Warsaw‘s metro line M2 opened on 15 September 2019. This is the first extension of this route which has been inaugurated on 8 March 2015. It starts at the previous terminus at Dworzec Wileński and runs entirely underground. Three new stops have been added: Szwedzka, Targówek Meskaniowy and Trocka which bring the total length of the line to 9.2 km. Construction works had started in 2016 after awarding the 225 million € contract to the Italian Astaldi group.

Metro line M2 is operated by 35 Siemens “Inspiro” 6-car trainsets which offer 174 sets and a total capacity of up to 1554 passengers. They are 89.6m long and 3.1m wide.

Stadion Nardodny of line M2, opened in 2015 | © Robert Schwandl

Further extensions of M2 are planned westbound to Karolin (another 5 stops) and northeastbound beyond Trocka 3 stops further to Bródno.

A map is available at: http://www.urbanrail.net/eu/pl/war/warszawa.htm

Swietokryska station in the city centre | © Robert Schwandl

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