Tunnelbanan Stockholm Stockholm har ett av Europas stцrsta tunnelbanesystem. I Stockholm finns tunnelbanestationer och i stadskдrnan дr det sдllan mer дn hundra meter till nдrmaste station. Tunnelbanan i Stockholm дr sammantaget 10 mil lеng och uppdelad pе tre linjer: grцna, rцda och blеa linjen. Fцr att underlдtta fцr dig att hitta rдtt i tunnelbanan har vi tagit fram snabblдnkar till en kartцversikt цver tunnelbanan, information om biljettpriser samt en reseplanerare sе att du vet frеn och till vilken station du ska еka och med vilken linje. Biljettpriser Hitta och vдlj rдtt biljett fцr dig Att еka med ett giltig fдrdbevis дr mycket viktigt nдr du reser med tunnelbanan i Stockholm.
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This means that the graphics are vector based, which allows you to zoom in and out on the map without blurring as an image becomes. Metro Stockholm was the starting point for the expansion of the Stockholm metro. This project is expected to be fully expanded by It is mostly an extension of blue line that will extend from Barkarby station all the way to the Nacka Forum.
Commuter train Map for the commuter trains in Stockholm. To know the difference between the metro and commuter trains here is a video of a commuter train. The first track was opened in , and today the subway system has about stations and more will be added within a couple of years. There are three colored lines on the line map. However, these need to form seven actual lines with different start and end stations. Lines number 17, 18 and 19 belonging to the green , 13 and 14 red and 10 and 11 blue main line all these lines pass T-Centralen which makes it a very central metro system.
No ticket check is done on board the train as it is done on a reular train with conductors, but it is quite common for inspectors to show up on the train. Individual tickets must be purchased in advance usually in privately owned smaller stores and kiosks or at ticket machines available at all metro stations and at several metro or bus stations. Passengers can also buy tickets in the stall at the gates of the subway.
The The operations are contracted to MTR Corporation. Metro history The decision to build a subway was made in Some subway lines were built as subways but were run by trams. In a second line was opened from Slussen to Stureby.
During the period the green line was extended bit by bit. Even that line was extended bit by piece until The third and final line of the line system, the blue line, was opened in , with two lines that went north-west from the center. As construction requirements have become more stringent in recent years, hence the stations were built on the blue line with much closer distances.
A station, Kymlinge, was built but never taken into use. A station has been disconnected and demolished. Stockholm metro is well known for its embellishment of the stations; It has been called the longest art gallery in the world.
Several of the stations especially on the blue line are left with the bedrock exposed, raw and unfinished, or as part of decorations. Metro lines The following information relates to the current network. There was never any red-painted layer, but, but red or originally orange was chosen to distinguish this line from the other two network on-road maps.
The track is 41, meters long. It opened Oct. It is used by , passengers per working day or million per year The red line Tunnelbana 2 has 2 line numbers and 36 stations: 20 underground four concrete, 16 rock and 15 above ground stations.
The course is 41, meters long. It opened April 5, The blue line Tunnelbana 3 has 2 line numbers and 20 stations: 19 underground all rock and an elevated station.
The course is 25, meters long. It opened August 31, It is used by , passengers per working day or 55 million per year Trains run from to , with extended all night service on Fridays and Saturdays. All lines have trains every 10 minutes during daytime, reduced to 15 minutes in early mornings and late evenings, and every 30 minutes during nights.
Additional trains during rush hour provide a train every minutes at most stations, with minutes between trains on the central parts of the network. An overwhelming majority of subway stations are located in suburbs, but the network is centered at the T-Central where all trains throughout the network pass.
In the past, there have been additional line numbers used for trains run on part of a line or only during rush hours. Infrastructure and safety The Stockholm subway is electrically powered by a third rail with a nominal operating voltage of V DC on lines 13, 14, 17, 18 and 19; And V DC on lines 10 and The maximum speed is 80 kilometers per hour on the red and blue lines, 70 kilometers per hour on the green line 50 kilometers per hour on the platforms.
Maximum acceleration and braking is 0. The reason for the lower speed limit on the green line is due to narrower curves than on the other lines, since the green line was built of cliff and covers the streets of the inner city, while the other lines are drilled to greater depth. There are two security systems in the subway: the old system manufactured by Union Switch and Signal used on the red and blue lines and a newer autopilot system used in the green line and manufactured by Siemens.
The reason for the lower speed limit on the green line is due to narrower curves than on the other lines, because the green line was built by cliff and covers the streets of the inner city while the other lines are drilled at greater depths. Another option is automatic train operation, which helps the driver by driving the train automatically. However, the driver still drives the door controls and allows the train to start.
As of , ATO is only available on the green line, where a new signal was installed in late This signal system, along with C20 rolling layers, allows the use of ATO. However, the red line signal system is to be replaced by communications-based train control made by Ansaldo STS, which will come into operation in The future In , it was announced that an agreement had been reached on the future of several extensions, with construction expected to start in and commercial traffic on the first sections scheduled to start in Extension of the blue line northwest from Akalla to Barkarby railway station via a new station.
The construction of a new fourth subway line, initially consisting of a short three-station line north from Odenplan via the new development on Hagastaden and ending in Arenastaden.
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