Deustu (Metro Bilbao)

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Símbolo del Metro de Bilbao negativo.svg Deustu
Deusto metro geltokia.jpg
Station's platform
Location12 Iruña St.
48014 Bilbao
Spain
Coordinates43°16′18″N 2°56′58″W / 43.27167°N 2.94944°W / 43.27167; -2.94944Coordinates: 43°16′18″N 2°56′58″W / 43.27167°N 2.94944°W / 43.27167; -2.94944
Owned byMetro Bilbao S.A.
Line(s)Metro de Bilbao L1.svg Metro de Bilbao L2.svg
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground station
Platform levels1
ParkingNo
Disabled accessYes
Other information
Fare zone  Zone 1  
History
Opened11 November 1995

Deustu[1], formerly known as Deusto, is a station of line 1 and line 2 of Metro Bilbao. The station is located in the neighbourhood and district of the same name.[2] It is located close to the Bidarte commercial centre and Bilbao's Escuela Oficial de Idiomas (Official Language School). It was opened on 11 November, 1995.

Station layout[edit]

Deustu station follows the typical cavern-shaped layout of most underground Metro Bilbao stations designed by Norman Foster, with the main hall located directly above the rail tracks.

Access[edit]

  • Aiga escalator down inv.svg 29 Lehendakari Agirre St. (Lehendakari Aguirre exit)
  • Aiga escalator down inv.svg 10 Iruña St. (Iruña exit, closed during night time services)
  • Aiga elevator inv.svg MUTCD D9-6.svg 12 Iruña St. (Lehendakari Aguirre exit)

Services[edit]

Metro services[edit]

The station is served by Line 1 to Etxebarri, Bidezabal and Plentzia and Line 2 to Basauri and Santurtzi. There are trains to San Inazio every two minutes, as both lines run in the same direction, trains from line 2 to Santurtzi and Bidezabal every five minutes and to Plentzia every twenty minutes.[3] There are extended services on weekends. Passengers looking to interchange from line 1 to line 2 or vice versa may do it in this station.

Preceding station   Metro Bilbao   Following station
toward Plentzia or Bidezabal
Line 1
toward Etxebarri
toward Kabiezes
Line 2
toward Basauri

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Map and frequencies". Metro Bilbao official website. Metro Bilbao SA. Retrieved 13 January 2019.
  2. ^ Destinations at Metro Bilbao website
  3. ^ Official Schedules at Metro Bilbao website

See also[edit]