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This is a list of the stations of Budapest Metro, operating in Budapest, Hungary, with the dates of opening (and closure). Termini and interchange stations are in bold.

Contents

Lines

Line Color Route Opening Length Stations
1 Yellow Vörösmarty térMexikói út 1896 5 km 11
2 Red Déli pályaudvarÖrs vezér tere 1970 10 km 12
3 Blue Újpest-KözpontKőbánya-Kispest 1976 18 km 20

Under construction:

Line Color Route Opening Length Stations
4 Green Kelenföldi pályaudvar ↔ Bosnyák tér 2010? 10.5 km 14

M1 Line (Millennium Underground)


M2 Line (East-West line)

Built in 1970, extended in 1973. It is usually marked red. According to schedule, it runs along in 18 minutes.


M3 Line (North-South line)

First section in 1977, then expansions in 1980, 1981, 1984 and 1990. It is usually marked blue. According to schedule, it runs along in 31 minutes.

There is a planned extension towards Káposztásmegyer to the northeast and Ferihegy airport to the southeast.

M4 Line (Northeast-Southwest) under construction

Line M4 has been originally scheduled to be built by around 2005, but, as there were numerous political debates over it, not to mention a number of civilian protests against the building of the tunnel for the line at certain parts of the city, building has only started in 2005 and the completion date has been re-scheduled to 2009 or 2010. By November 2005, some of the squares and roads that will cover the tunnel and the termini have been partly prepared. The dates below refer to the completion dates according to plan.

  • Kelenföldi pályaudvar 2009
  • Tétényi út 2009
  • Bocskai út 2009
  • Móricz Zsigmond körtér 2009
  • Szent Gellért tér 2009
  • Fővám tér 2009
  • Kálvin tér 2009
  • Rákóczi tér 2009
  • Népszínház utca 2009
  • Keleti pályaudvar 2009
  • Dózsa György út (?) 2010
  • Hungária körút 2010
  • Róna utca 2010
  • Bosnyák tér 2010

Note: the name with the question mark is also the name of an existing underground station of M3, so it will probably be renamed.

There are plans to extend the line towards Újpalota in the east, and towards Budaörs in the west.

M5 Line (North-South), planned

Metro line 5, Észak-déli Regionális Gyorsvasút (North-South Regional Rapid Railway; provisional name), is planned to be a suburban railways' connector line, meant to replace and connect the lines of the existing suburban railways between Szentendre, Csepel and Ráckeve. It will cross Budapest downtown, and provide connection for the railway stations in the city. It will probably have the following stations (except for the termini, only those within Budapest are included):

  • Szentendre
  • ...
  • Békásmegyer
  • Petőfi tér
  • Csillaghegy
  • Rómaifürdő
  • Aquincum
  • Záhony u.
  • Kaszásdűlő
  • Bogdáni út
  • Flórián tér
  • Amfiteátrum
  • Szépvölgyi út
  • Margitsziget – Szent István park
  • Lehel tér
  • Oktogon
  • Klauzál tér
  • Astoria
  • Kálvin tér
  • Boráros tér
  • Könyves Kálmán körút
  • Beöthy u.
  • Kén u.
  • Timót u.
  • Határ út
  • Pesterzsébet – városközpont
  • Nagysándor József u.
  • Klapka Gy. u.
  • Wesselényi u. (or Akácfa u. instead of the latter two)
  • Vörösmarty tér
  • Könyves u.
  • Tárcsás u.
  • Soroksári vasútállomás
  • BILK (logisztikai központ)
  • ...
  • Csepel, Ráckeve

Branching at Könyves u.:

  • Soroksár felső
  • Soroksár – Hősök tere
  • Szent István u.
  • Millennium-telep
  • ...

See the map at these links: [1], [2], [3] or [4] (these maps differ in the southern part, from station Nagysándor József u.)

See also

External links (sources)

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