Puotila metro station
|Helsinki Metro station|
|Location||Puotilan metrotori 7, Helsinki|
Vanhanlinnantori 7, Helsinki
|Connections||HSL bus lines 93, 93K, 95, 95N, 97, and 841|
|Bicycle facilities||200 spaces|
|Opened||31 August 1998|
Puotila metro station (Finnish: Puotilan metroasema, Swedish: Botby gårds metrostation) is a ground-level cut-and-cover metro station on the M1 line of the Helsinki Metro. There are 200 bicycle and 331 car parking spaces at Puotila. It serves the neighborhoods of Puotila and Puotinharju in East Helsinki.
The station was opened on 31 August 1998, making it one of the newest stations in the Helsinki Metro. It was designed by the architect bureau Kaupunkisuunnittelu Oy Jarmo Maunula. It is located 1 kilometer from the Itäkeskus, and 2 kilometers from Rastila.
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