Lyon Metro Line B extension is opened

Lyon Metro Line B extension is opened :1.8 km one station extension is opened. This station will reduce travel time between Oullins and Part-Dieu Station. 20,000 more passengers will be carried per day with this extension. Also it would be easy to access the old city center

(Charpennes – Gare d’Oullins) of the Lyon Metro was constructed using the cut-and-cover method, and went into service on May 2, 1978. It, together with Line A, were the inaugural lines of the Lyon Metro. It has since been extended three times:

from Part-Dieu to Jean Macé in 1981,

from Jean Macé to Stade de Gerland in 2000,

from Stade de Gerland to Oullins railway station in 2013.

The line serves 9 stations, and is 6.2 kilometres (3.9 mi) long. Trains run on tires rather than steel wheels and as such is a rubber tired metro line.

Lyon Metro Line B extension is opened

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