Bucharest Metro Line M5

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Line M5
Râul Doamnei
Constantin Brâncuși
Valea Ialomiţei
Romancierilor
Parc Drumul Taberei
Tudor Vladimirescu
Favorit
Orizont
Academia Militară
Eroilor
proposed extension
proposed
extension
 
Hașdeu
Cișmigiu
Universitate
C.A. Rosetti
Calea Moșilor
Foișorul de Foc
Mătăsari
Iancului
Șoseaua Iancului
Arena Națională
Chișinău
Morarilor
Spitalul Sf. Pantelimon
Granitul
Pantelimon

M5 is a metro line of the Bucharest Metro currently under construction.[1][2] The M5 Line will run from Râul Doamnei, in the Drumul Taberei neighbourhood, to Eroilor, and to Valea Ialomiţei, in the first phase (7.2 km (4.5 mi)). This section is expected to be opened at the end of 2019.[3] After that, the line will be extended to Iancului, and from there under Iancului Road (Şoseaua Iancului) until it reaches the Pantelimon station of M1. The expected construction cost is €740 million.[4]

Stations[edit]

Network Map - 2018
Phase Terminals Length Stations Constructor Construction since Opening (est.)
I Râul Doamnei-Eroilor 6.2 km 9 Astaldi-FCC-AB Construct-Delta ACM April 2011 Q4 2019[5]
Romancierilor-Valea Ialomiţei 1 km 1 Max Bögl
II Eroilor-Universitate 2.8 km 3 - TBA -
Universitate-Iancului 8.7 km 2 -
III Iancului-Pantelimon 7 - On Hold -

Sources: railway-technology.com,[6] adevarul.ro,[7] hotnews.ro[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Metrorex Press release 15 March 2011 (in Romanian)
  2. ^ Metrorex Press release 15 April 2011 (in Romanian)
  3. ^ https://www.economica.net/metroul-de-drumul-taberei-au-inceput-lucrarile-pentru-devierea-liniei-41_171122.html
  4. ^ "Bucharest Metrorex, Romania". Railway Technology. Retrieved 2014-05-07.
  5. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-09-23. Retrieved 2014-09-03.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ Bucharest Metro Line 5 at railway-technology.com
  7. ^ Mai puţine staţii în magistrala 5 de metrou tronsonul Universitate-Pantelimon (in Romanian)
  8. ^ Magistrala 5 de metrou, tronsonul Drumul Taberei - Universitate, primeste 436 milioane lei in 2014 (in Romanian)

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