Erasmus metro station
Erasmus opened on 15 September 2003 as part of the extension to line 1B including the stations La Roue/Het Rad, CERIA/COOVI and Eddy Merckx. In April 2009, this part of line 1B became part of line 5. The station lies at grade and has a single island platform which can be reached through tunnels under the tracks. It was designed by Philippe Samyn and Partners and is named after Erasmus Hospital which it serves.
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