Centrale (Milan Metro)

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Logo Metropolitane Italia.svg Centrale
Milano - Metropolitana Stazione centrale - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto - 3-jan-2007 - 05.jpg
Location Piazza Duca d'Aosta, Milan
Coordinates 45°29′05″N 9°12′11″E / 45.48472°N 9.20306°E / 45.48472; 9.20306Coordinates: 45°29′05″N 9°12′11″E / 45.48472°N 9.20306°E / 45.48472; 9.20306
Owned by Azienda Trasporti Milanesi
Platforms 2 (line 2)
2 (line 3)
Tracks 2 (line 2)
2 (line 3)
Connections Milan Central Station
Structure type Underground
Levels 2
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone Urban
Opened Line 2: 27 April 1970 (1970-04-27)
Line 3: 3 May 1990 (1990-05-03)
Preceding station   Milan Metro   Following station
Line 2
toward Comasina
Line 3
toward San Donato
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Centrale is a station on Line 2 and on Line 3 of the Milan Metro in Milan, Italy. The station was inaugurated in 1970, and it became an interchange with the new yellow line in 1990.

The station was the final stop of the green line until 1971, when the trains reached Porta Garibaldi, and of the yellow line until 1991, when Sondrio was opened.

The station is located just under the Milan Central Station. The station is underground with 2 tracks in a single tunnel both for Line 3 and Line 2, the green line being deeper than the yellow one. The station also serves the Pirelli Tower.


The station has:

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