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The subway’s segment to Otopeni airport, submited to cityhall’s council

2016-10-21 21:38:38 - From the Print Edition

The city planning approval (PUZ) for the subway's segment linking 1 Mai station to Otopeni, part of the Bucharest's sixth route has been submitted recently to the councilors of Bucharest mayorship. This line is one of the most and long awaited development section, part of Bucharest subway infrastructure because it would link the Northern railway station at Gara de Nord to the main airport in Bucharest at Otopeni. The line will cross residential areas, commercial centers, cultural areas, as well as the exihibirtion center Romexpo, the main cross road at Piata Presei Libere, Herastrau park area, the Aurel Vlaicu airport, Baneasa Shopping City, the Police Academy and Henri Coanda Airport, besides Baneasa, Basarab and Northern railway stations. This segment will have 12 stations, such as: Pajura, Expoziției, Piata Montreal, Gara Baneasa, Aeroportul Baneasa, Tokyo, Washington, Paris, Bruxelles, Otopeni, Ion I.C. Bratianu and Aeroportul Otopeni.The city planning (PUZ) has been developed by the architecture office of Urbis'90, being coordinated by chief architect Constantin Enache. The workings will be run trough a inter-governmental partnership between Romania and Japan.

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