Rastila metro station

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Helsinki Metro station
Metro station, Rastila.jpg
Coordinates 60°12′19″N 25°7′17″E / 60.20528°N 25.12139°E / 60.20528; 25.12139Coordinates: 60°12′19″N 25°7′17″E / 60.20528°N 25.12139°E / 60.20528; 25.12139
Owned by Helsinki City Transport
Platforms Island platform
Tracks 2
Connections bus lines: 90A/N, 96N, 98, 560
Opened 1998
Preceding station   HKL   Following station
toward Ruoholahti
Helsingin metro logo.svg
Eastern Branch

Rastila (Finnish) or Rastböle (Swedish) is a ground-level station on the eastern branch (Itäkeskus - Vuosaari) of the Helsinki Metro. It serves the residential areas of Meri-Rastila and Rastila in the district of Vuosaari, 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 Irmeli Grundström and Juhani Vainio. The station is located 2.0 kilometres from the Puotila metro station, and 1.2 kilometres from the Vuosaari metro station.


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