Fira (Barcelona Metro)

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TMB rapid transit station
Fira L9.jpg
Main station hall.
LocationAvinguda Joan Carles I
08908 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat
Coordinates41°21′08″N 2°07′51″E / 41.35222°N 2.13083°E / 41.35222; 2.13083Coordinates: 41°21′08″N 2°07′51″E / 41.35222°N 2.13083°E / 41.35222; 2.13083
Owned byIfercat
Operated byTransports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB)
Line(s)Barcelona Metro line 9
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsBus transport Local and interurban buses
Structure typeUnderground
Disabled accessThe station is fully disabled-accessible.
Other information
Fare zone1 (ATM Àrea de Barcelona)[1]
Opening12 February 2016 (2016-02-12)
Preceding station   Barcelona Metro Logo.svg Metro   Following station
toward Airport T1
L9 Sud
toward Airport T1
toward Can Zam

Fira, originally known as Fira 2 – Pedrosa, is a Barcelona Metro station serving Fira de Barcelona's Fira Gran Via major trade fair venue and the Pedrosa industrial park, in the L'Hospitalet de Llobregat municipality, to the south-west of Barcelona. It is situated underneath Avinguda Joan Carles I, at the intersection with Pedrosa and Botànica streets. It has a direct access to Fira Gran Via's main entrance. The station was designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito.

The station opened for passenger service on 12 February 2016, when the 20-kilometre-long (12 mi), 15-station portion belonging to Barcelona Metro line 9 between Barcelona–El Prat Airport and Zona Universitària station in western Barcelona started operating. Designated L9 Sud ("L9 South"), the new Barcelona Metro line 9 section offers a regular service frequency of 7 minutes in each direction, though additional partial services may be added if necessary.[2]


  1. ^ Integrated Railway Network (PDF) (Map). Autoritat del Transport Metropolità. August 2013. Retrieved 26 June 2014.
  2. ^ "El conseller Rull anuncia la posada en servei del nou tram de l'L9 el 12 de febrer" [Minister Rull sets the opening date of Line 9's new section for 12 February] (PDF). Sala de premsa (Press release) (in Catalan). Generalitat of Catalonia. 27 January 2016. Retrieved 27 January 2016.

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