Trinitat Nova station

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Trinitat Nova
Barcelona Metro rapid transit station
Metro Barcelona station Trinitat Nova L4 L11.JPG
The platform shared by lines L4 and L11
General information
LocationBarcelona (Nou Barris)
Coordinates41°26′56″N 2°10′57″E / 41.44889°N 2.18250°E / 41.44889; 2.18250Coordinates: 41°26′56″N 2°10′57″E / 41.44889°N 2.18250°E / 41.44889; 2.18250
Owned byTransports Metropolitans de Barcelona
Platforms2 island platforms
Structure typeUnderground
Other information
Fare zone1 (ATM)
Preceding station Barcelona Metro Logo.svg Metro Following station
Roquetes L3 Terminus
Terminus L4 Via Júlia
towards La Pau
Casa de l'Aigua
towards Can Cuiàs
L11 Terminus
Track layout
L11 barcelona.svg to Can Cuiàs
Casa de l'Aigua
L11 sidings
1 & 5
L11 platforms
2 & 4
Trinitat Nova
L4 platforms
2 & 1
Roquetes Depot
3 & 7–17
L4 barcelona.svg to La Pau
Trinitat Nova is located in Province of Barcelona
Trinitat Nova
Trinitat Nova
Location in Province
Trinitat Nova is located in Spain
Trinitat Nova
Trinitat Nova
Location in Spain

Trinitat Nova is a Barcelona Metro station, named after the nearby La Trinitat Nova neighbourhood, in the Nou Barris district of the city of Barcelona. The station is served by lines L3, L4 and L11.[1][2]

Lines L4 and L11 share a single island platform, which is located underneath Carrer Aiguablava. Trains on line L4 enter and leave from the south end of the platform and normally terminate on the eastern side of the platform, whilst trains on line L11 enter and leave from the other end and terminate on the other side of the platform. Line L3 uses a separate 100-metre (330 ft) island platform, situated between Carrer Aiguablava and Carrer Chafarinas. The two platforms are linked by underground passageways.[3][4][5]

The first section of the station was opened in 1999, with the extension of L4 from what is now Via Júlia station. Line L11 was opened in 2003, as a light rail extension to line L4, towards Can Cuiàs station and sharing line L4's platforms. Line L3 arrived at Trinitat Nova on 4 October 2008, with its own platforms.[2][4]



  1. ^ "Plànolbcn" (in Catalan). Ajuntament de Barcelona. Retrieved 2015-01-08.
  2. ^ a b "Track map of the Barcelona Metro". Retrieved 2015-01-08.
  3. ^ "Trinitat Nova (L3)" (in Catalan). Retrieved 2015-01-09.
  4. ^ a b "Trinitat Nova (L4)" (in Catalan). Retrieved 2015-01-09.
  5. ^ "Trinitat Nova (L11)" (in Catalan). Retrieved 2015-01-09.

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