List of Bucharest metro stations

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This is a list of the (current and planned) stations on the Bucharest Metro rapid transit system in Bucharest, Romania. As the network grows larger, more stations will be added to this article.

Stations in bold are transfer stations.

Current Lines[edit]

Stations[edit]

Lines Station name
(English translation)[1]
Opened
     Line 1,      Line 3 Dristor 1 / Dristor 2 Dristor 1 (1981), Dristor 2 (1989)
     Line 1 Piaţa Muncii (Labour Square) 1989
     Line 1 Iancului 1989
     Line 1 Obor 1989
     Line 1 Ştefan cel Mare (Stephen the Great) 1989
     Line 1,      Line 2 Piaţa Victoriei 1 / Piaţa Victoriei 2 (Victory Square) Victoriei 1 (1986) / Victoriei 2 (1989)
     Line 1,      Line 4 Gara de Nord 1 / Gara de Nord 2 (Northern Railway station 1/2) Gara de Nord 1 (1990) / Gara de Nord 2 (2000)
     Line 1,      Line 4 Basarab Original platforms (1990) / extended platforms (2000)
     Line 1 Crângaşi 1984
     Line 1 Petrache Poenaru 1979
     Line 1 Grozăveşti 1979
     Line 1,      Line 3 Eroilor (Heroes) 1979
     Line 1,      Line 3 Izvor (Spring) 1979
     Line 1,      Line 2,      Line 3 Piaţa Unirii 1 / Piaţa Unirii 2 (Union Square) 1986
     Line 1,      Line 3 Timpuri Noi (New Times) 1979
     Line 1,      Line 3 Mihai Bravu (Michael the Brave) 1981
     Line 1,      Line 3 Nicolae Grigorescu Grigorescu 1 (1981), Grigorescu 2 (2008)
     Line 1 Titan 1981
     Line 1 Costin Georgian 1981
     Line 1 Republica (The Republic) 1981
     Line 1* Pantelimon 1990
     Line 2 Pipera 1987
     Line 2 Aurel Vlaicu 1987
     Line 2 Aviatorilor (Aviators) 1987
     Line 2 Piaţa Romană (Roman Square) 1987
     Line 2 Universitate (University) 1987
     Line 2 Tineretului (Youth) 1986
     Line 2 Eroii Revoluţiei (Heroes of the Revolution) 1986
     Line 2 Constantin Brâncoveanu 1986
     Line 2 Piaţa Sudului (South Square) 1986
     Line 2 Apărătorii Patriei (Defenders of the Fatherland) 1986
     Line 2 Dimitrie Leonida 1986
     Line 2 Berceni 1986
     Line 3 Preciziei (Precision) 1983
     Line 3 Păcii (Peace) 1983
     Line 3 Gorjului 1991
     Line 3 Lujerului 1983
     Line 3 Politehnica (Polytechnic) 1983
     Line 3 1 Decembrie 1918 (December 1, 1918) 2008
     Line 3 Nicolae Teclu 2008
     Line 3 Anghel Saligny 2008
     Line 4 1 Mai (May 1) 2000
     Line 4 Griviţa 2000
     Line 4 Jiului 2011
     Line 4 Parc Bazilescu 2011
     Line 4 Laminorului 2017
     Line 4 Străulești 2017

Extensions[edit]

Line M4 (green line)[edit]

Line 4 is the newest line, constructed in 2000. Currently, it runs from Gara de Nord to Parc Bazilescu in the city's northwest.

An extension started in 2011 will be including the stations:

After the stations above will be finished, then the extension to Gara Progresu will start.

Line M5 (orange line)[edit]

Line 5 is under construction.


An extension connecting the Universitate station with Pantelimon is planned.

M7 (brown line)[edit]

This line is not certain. But, if it can be built, it will run between Rahova and Colentina (via Obor).

M6 (pink line)[edit]

This line will connect 2 important transportation hubs: the Gara de Nord Train Station and the Henri Coandă International Airport in Otopeni, passing near Băneasa Train Station and Aurel Vlaicu International Airport.

The stations Privighetorilor, Gara Băneasa, Pădurea Băneasa and Depoul Otopeni will be above ground.

A total of 9 lines are planned to be opened by 2020.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Some names are not translateable, as they are common names
  2. ^ http://www.adevarul.ro/actualitate/eveniment/Bucuresti-60_de_statii_noi_de_metrou_pana_in_2020_0_417558564.html