Currently, its tracks cover a total of kilometers with stations divided in 7 different commercial lines. Ticket fares are about five euros. Hours of operation are from a. The Stockholm subway is not directly connected to the Stockholm-Arlanda Airport, although a twenty-minute high-speed service is available.

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The frequency is around 10 minutes during day time and 15 minutes in early mornings and late evenings. During night, the time interval between trains is 30 minutes. On Friday and Saturday nights, the operating hours are extended. Also, additional trains run during peak hours, so the frequency during peak hours is around minutes. Travel Cards and Zone Tickets. The tickets depend on the zones and are valid for one hour after they are stamped.

With these tickets, it is possible to switch to another mode of SL public transport. However the next journey should start within one hour as per the time stamped on the ticket.

The tickets can be purchased by paying cash over the ticket counters, or via SMS. They can also be purchased as pre-paid tickets or from vending machines. Children under the age of 7 years travel free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. Discounts are given to seniors over 65 years of age and persons under 20 years of age. Cards are also available for 30 and 90 days. Student Travel cards are also available at discounted rates that are valid for 30 or 90 days.

All the tickets can be loaded on an electronic smart card called SL Access card. The minimum fee to be paid for purchasing the card itself is 20 SEK. There are cards meant for single use with zone tickets that are valid for hours depending on the number of zones to be travelled.

Single use travel cards are also available for duration of days. A 1 day travel card costs SEK. The discounted price is 70 SEK. Zone A has the maximum coverage and covers the innermost suburbs and Stockholm city center. Zone B covers the outer suburbs and Zone C covers the outermost and far off areas of Stockholm County. The Travel cards are available for different durations ranging from a day to a year.


Stockholm: Getting Around by T-bana

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.


Stockholm Metro

The T-Bana Stockholm has a modern and extensive underground network. The Tunnelbana or "T-Bana" system, which was begun in the s and expanded over the next two decades, now has stations in the city center and outlying areas. Stations are labeled with "Tunnelbana" or "T" signs, and most are shown on tourist maps. Options for visitors include: SL zone tickets. Buy single-use tickets for 1, 2, or 3 zones, or save money with an SL Access stored-value card that you can top up with credits as needed. SL Travelcards. All-you-can ride passes give 24 hours, 72 hours, or 7 days of travel in the Stockholm metropolitan area.


Stockholm metro

The city is situated on various islands which makes city transport a special enterprise. The Stockholm T-bana is also considered to be one of the most beautiful metro systems in Europe, especially the newest line blue is a real art gallery. From most trains have been replaced by the new Vagn The Stockholm Tunnelbana is operated on the left. Between Slussen and Skanstull the Tunnelbana uses a tunnel already built in for rapid tram lines serving the southern suburbs.


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