Dworzec Gdański metro station

Dworzec Gdański
Coordinates 52°15′28″N 20°59′40″E / 52.25778°N 20.99444°E / 52.25778; 20.99444Coordinates: 52°15′28″N 20°59′40″E / 52.25778°N 20.99444°E / 52.25778; 20.99444
Owned by ZTM
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Connections Warszawa Gdańska
116, 157, 409, 500, 518
N12, N44, N62
1, 4, 6, 15, 18, 28
Platform levels 1
Other information
Station code A-17
Fare zone 1
Opened 20 December 2003
Preceding station   Warsaw Metro   Following station
toward Młociny
Line 1
toward Kabaty

Dworzec Gdański (Gdańsk Train Station) is a station on Line M1 of the Warsaw Metro, located just south of the Warszawa Gdańska railway station, at the viaduct of Andersa Street over Słomińskiego Street.[1] It is one of the major transport hubs in the northern part of the city of Warsaw. It was opened on 20 December 2003.

The A-17 Dworzec Gdański, to give its official name, is a two-storey station, with a single central platform located on the lower level. The platform is 12 metres wide and 120 metres long. The overall length of the station itself is 156 metres and the width is 20.4 metres. Both ends of the station are equipped with escalators and stairs, as well as elevators. The gallery above the station contains shops, a police station and a ticket office. It also serves as a subway (underpass) under Słomińskiego street.

The municipal transport hub within walking distance includes numerous bus (urban and suburban) and tram stops. A direct underground link with the railway station was opened in February 2011.

See also


  1. "Stacja Metra Dworzec Gdański" (in Polish). Polskie Książki Telefoniczne. Retrieved 25 June 2013.

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