Sarrià station

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Sarrià
Barcelona Metro rapid transit station
Metro del Vallès commuter rail station
Estació de Sarrià.JPG
Station statistics
Address Via Augusta,
Barcelona
Coordinates 41°23′55″N 2°07′31″E / 41.3986°N 2.12528°E / 41.3986; 2.12528Coordinates: 41°23′55″N 2°07′31″E / 41.3986°N 2.12528°E / 41.3986; 2.12528
Structure type Underground
Other information
Opened 1863
Rebuilt 1974
Owned by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya
Fare zone 1 (ATM)
Services
Preceding station   Barcelona Metro   Following station
L6
Terminus
Preceding station   Metro del Vallès   Following station
S1
S2
S5
towards Sant Cugat or
Rubí
S55

Sarrià is a railway station located under the Via Augusta at Carrer de l'Hort de la Vila in the Sarrià neighbourhood of the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi district of Barcelona. It is served by line L6 of the Barcelona Metro, and by lines S1, S2, S5 and S55 of the Metro del Vallès commuter rail system. All these lines are operated by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, who also run the station.[1]

Sarrià station is the junction point between Barcelona Metro line L6 to Reina Elisenda, and the Metro del Vallès lines to Sant Cugat, Terrassa and Sabadell. During off-peak periods it is served by lines L6, S1 and S2, all of which run through to Plaça de Catalunya station. In peak periods additional through service is provide by lines S5 and S55, but in order to provide capacity for this in the tunnel to Plaça de Catalunya, many peak L6 service simply shuttle between Reina Elisenda and Sarrià.[1][2]

The first Sarrià station opened in 1863 and was situated at ground level. The current station was opened in 1974 and has three accesses. It's expected to become part of the central section of TMB double line L9 & L10.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Sarrià" (in Catalan). trenscat.com. Retrieved 2013-12-26. 
  2. ^ "L6 Pl.Catalunya - Reina Elisenda" (in Catalan). trenscat.com. Retrieved 2013-12-30. 

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