Vantaankoski railway station

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VR station
Vantaankosken rautatieasema 2013-06-18.JPG
Location Kivivuorentie 16, 01620 Vantaa
Coordinates 60°17′09″N 24°50′53″E / 60.2859°N 24.8481°E / 60.2859; 24.8481Coordinates: 60°17′09″N 24°50′53″E / 60.2859°N 24.8481°E / 60.2859; 24.8481
Owned by Finnish Transport Agency
Line(s) I, P
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Train operators VR on behalf of HSL
Connections bus lines 322, 431N, 432, 435, 436N, 565, 572, 573, 574
Structure type ground station
Other information
Station code Vks
Opened 2 September 1991 (1991-09-02)
Passengers (2015) 2,800 daily[1]

Vantaankoski railway station (Finnish: Vantaankosken rautatieasema, Swedish: Vandaforsens järnvägsstation) is a Helsinki commuter rail station located in Vantaa, Finland. It is approximately 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north of the Helsinki Central railway station.

The station was the northbound terminus for the M commuter line from central Helsinki until 2015. The next station to the south is Martinlaakso, which was the northern terminus of the M line until the construction of Vantaankoski in 1991. The station has an island platform and local bus connections are available nearby.

The station is part of the Ring Rail Line (Kehärata) route, which links Helsinki-Vantaa Airport and central Vantaa with the Helsinki commuter train network.


  1. ^ "Kehäradan matkustajamäärät marraskuussa 2015 (PowerPoint-file)". Helsinki Regional Transport Authority. Retrieved 8 April 2017. 

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