Timpuri Noi metro station

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Timpuri Noi
Bucuresti, statia Timpuri Noi (1).jpg
LocationPiaţa Timpuri Noi,
Sector 3, Bucharest
Romania
Platforms2 – side platform
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
History
Opened19 November 1979[1]
Services
Preceding station   Bucharest Metro   Following station
toward Dristor
Line M1
toward Republica
toward Preciziei
Line M3

Timpuri Noi (New Times in English) is a subway station in Bucharest. The name was taken from the nearby mechanical factory. The factory has since been demolished, making way for a planned office and residential development. The station has yellow, red and white tiling. It was originally the eastern terminus of the M1, being opened on 19 November 1979 as part of the inaugural section of Bucharest Metro, between Semanatoarea and Timpuri Noi. On 28 December 1981, the line was extended east to Republica.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Schwandl, Robert. "Bucureşti". urbanrail.

Coordinates: 44°25′01″N 26°06′47″E / 44.41696°N 26.11298°E / 44.41696; 26.11298