De Akkers metro station

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De Akkers
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Rotterdam Metro station
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Coordinates 51°50′0″N 4°19′11″E / 51.83333°N 4.31972°E / 51.83333; 4.31972Coordinates: 51°50′0″N 4°19′11″E / 51.83333°N 4.31972°E / 51.83333; 4.31972
Owned by RET
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
History
Opened 1985
Services
Preceding station   Rotterdam Metro   Following station
Terminus Line C
toward De Terp
Line D

De Akkers is the westernmost subway station of the Rotterdam Metro and is located in the Dutch city of Spijkenisse. The station, with one island platform, opened on April 25, 1985 as a terminus of the North-South Line (also formerly called Erasmus line), nowadays line D. Since the extension of the East-West Line (Caland line) opened on November 4, 2002, the station also serves as terminus of that line. The station is named for the adjacent neighbourhood and is located on top of its shopping mall.