List of Lyon Metro stations
The following is a list of Lyon Metro stations. As of September 2018[update], there are 40 stations (44 stations, counting interchange stations twice) in the Lyon Metro system proper. This list includes the metro stations, as well as the stations of the two funiculars of Lyon.
Line A of the Lyon Metro currently serves 14 stations, and has a route length of 9.2 kilometres (5.7 mi). It, together with Line B, were the inaugural lines of the Lyon Metro, opening in 1978. An extension of Line A from Laurent Bonnevay, Astroballe to Vaul-en-Velin, La Soie opened in 2007.
- Perrache (transfer: Tram T1, Tram T2, SNCF station)
- Ampère - Victor Hugo
- Bellecour (transfer: Metro D)
- Hôtel de Ville - Louis Pradel (transfer: Metro C)
- Charpennes - Charles Hernu (transfer: Metro B, Tram T1, Tram T4)
- République - Villeurbanne
- Flachet - Alain Gilles
- Laurent Bonnevay - Astroballe
- Vaulx-en-Velin - La Soie, (transfer: Tram T3, Rhônexpress)
Line B of the Lyon Metro currently serves 10 stations, and has a route length of 7.7 kilometres (4.8 mi). It, together with Line A, were the inaugural lines of the Lyon Metro, opening in 1978. It has since been extended southwards twice: from Part-Dieu to Jean Macé in 1981, and again from Jean Macé to Stade de Gerland in 2000; a further extension to the train station at Oullins Gare opened in December 2013.
- Charpennes - Charles Hernu (transfer: Metro A, Tram T1, Tram T4)
- Gare Part-Dieu - Vivier Merle (transfer: Tram T1, Tram T3, Tram T4, Rhônexpress, SNCF main station)
- Place Guichard - Bourse du Travail
- Saxe-Gambetta (transfer: Metro D)
- Jean Macé (transfer: Tram T2, SNCF station)
- Place Jean Jaurès
- Debourg (transfer: Tram T1)
- Stade de Gerland
- Gare d'Oullins (transfer: SNCF station)
Line C of the Lyon Metro serves 5 stations, and has a route length of 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi). It began to operate in 1974,, independently of the Lyon Metro, as a rack railway, after the conversion from a former funicular. When it was integrated into the Lyon Metro with the latter's inauguration in 1978, Line C was extended from Croix-Paquet to Hôtel de Ville; in 1984 the line reached its current northern terminus at Cuire.
Line D of the Lyon Metro is the longest line, serving 15 stations, and having a route length of 12.6 kilometres (7.8 mi). It is the newest line of the Lyon Metro, first opening in 1991. Line D has been extended twice since its opening: in 1992 from Grange Blanche to Gare de Vénissieux, and in 1997 from Gorge de Loup to Gare de Vaise.
- Gare de Vaise (transfer: SNCF station)
- Gorge de Loup (transfer: SNCF station)
- Vieux Lyon - Cathédrale Saint-Jean (transfer: Funicular Saint-Just, Funicular Fourvière)
- Bellecour (transfer: Metro A)
- Guillotière - Gabriel Péri (transfer: Tram T1)
- Saxe-Gambetta (transfer: Metro B)
- Sans Souci
- Grange Blanche (transfer: Tram T2, Tram T5)
- Gare de Vénissieux (transfer: Tram T4, SNCF station)
- Vieux Lyon - Cathédrale Saint-Jean (transfer: Metro D, Funicular Fourvière)
- Minimes - Théâtres romains
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