Bucharest Metro Line M6

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Line M6
Aeroportul Otopeni
Henri Coandă International Airport
Ion I.C. Brătianu
Otopeni
Bruxelles
Paris
Washington
Tokyo
Aeroportul Băneasa
Aurel Vlaicu International Airport
Gara Băneasa
Băneasa railway station
Piața Montreal
Expoziției
Pajura
1 Mai
Grivita
Basarab
Mainline rail interchange
Gara de Nord
Mainline rail interchange

M6 is a planned metro line of the Bucharest Metro. The M6 Line will connect Bucharest North railway station (Gara de Nord) to Henri Coandă International Airport (Aeroport Otopeni). The line is expected to be completed by 2025-2030.[1][2]

The construction of the new line is estimated to cost around 1.2 billion euros. The Japan Bank for International Cooperation is financing the project with 300 million euros.[3]

Stations[edit]

M6 Line will have a total of 12 stations: 1 station shared with the existing M4 Line and 11 planned new stations: Pajura, Expoziţiei, Piaţa Montreal, Gara Băneasa, Aeroport Băneasa, Tokyo, Washington, Paris, Bruxelles, Otopeni, Ion I.C. Brătianu, and Aeroport Otopeni.[2]

Terminals Length Total stations Opening
Gara de Nord-1 Mai 3.6 km (2.2 mi) 1 2000
1 Mai-Aeroport Otopeni 14.2 km (8.8 mi) 11 -

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chirileasa, Andrei (29 April 2015). "Romania pays for Bucharest airport subway link with money from emissions trading". Romania Insider. Retrieved 7 March 2016.
  2. ^ a b "Metrorex: Metroul din Drumul Taberei va circula de la mijlocul anului viitor. Când vor începe lucrările la linia de metrou Otopeni" (in Romanian). Mediafax. 29 September 2016.
  3. ^ Metrorex demarează licitaţiile pentru linia de metrou către Aeroportul Otopeni (in Romanian)