Heemraadlaan metro station

Heemraadlaan is one of three (above-ground) subway stations in the Dutch city of Spijkenisse. The station is the penultimate stop for trains of Rotterdam Metro lines C and D and features two side platforms. The station is named for the large thoroughfare above which it is built.

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Rotterdam Metro station
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Coordinates51°50′16″N 4°19′54″E / 51.83778°N 4.33167°E / 51.83778; 4.33167Coordinates: 51°50′16″N 4°19′54″E / 51.83778°N 4.33167°E / 51.83778; 4.33167
Owned byRET
PlatformsSide platforms
Structure typeElevated
Preceding station   Rotterdam Metro   Following station
Line C
toward De Terp
Line D

The station was opened on April 25, 1985. On that date, the North-South Line (currently operated by line D trains) was extended from its former terminus, Zalmplaat station, towards its current terminus, De Akkers station. Since the East-West Line was connected to the North-South Line in November 2002, trains of what is currently line C also call at the station.