Ruoholahti metro station

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Ruoholahti
Gräsviken
Helsinki Metro station
Ruoholahden metroasema Helsinki3.jpg
Coordinates 60°09′47″N 024°54′52″E / 60.16306°N 24.91444°E / 60.16306; 24.91444Coordinates: 60°09′47″N 024°54′52″E / 60.16306°N 24.91444°E / 60.16306; 24.91444
Owned by Helsinki City Transport
Tracks 2
Connections
  Helsinki tram Line: 8
  Helsinki buses 15, 20, 20N
Construction
Structure type Underground
History
Opened 1993
Services
Preceding station   HKL   Following station
Terminus Helsingin metro logo.svg
Northern Branch
toward Mellunmäki
Helsingin metro logo.svg
Eastern Branch
toward Vuosaari
toward Matinkylä
Helsingin metro logo.svg Terminus

Ruoholahti metro station (Finnish: Ruoholahden metroasema, Swedish: Gräsvikens metrostation) is a station on the Helsinki Metro. It serves the district of Ruoholahti in Helsinki's southwestern city centre. Ruoholahti is the westernmost metro station in Helsinki, and will continue to be until the extension to Espoo, known as Länsimetro ("Western Metro") under construction is brought into use.

The station was opened on 16 August 1993, designed by Jouko Kontio and Seppo Kilpiä. It is located 1.2 kilometres from the Kamppi metro station.

A former Nokia research center, the Itämerenkatu 11-13 office building, seen from the Ruoholahti metro station entrance. The building now houses Supercell and Jolla, among others.

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