Kaitaa metro station

Kaitaa (Finnish) or Kaitans (Swedish) is a planned underground station[1] to be built on the western metro extension (Länsimetro) of the Helsinki Metro in Finland. The main entrance of the station is located at the eastern end of the block structure designed for crossing Kaitaantie and Iivisniemenkatu. The West Bank entrance to Hannuskalli, where the preliminary land use plans have outlined further construction. In the March 2018 issue of Metro Matinkylä, Kivenlahti was intended to be handed over to the operating HKL during the year 2023.

Helsinki Metro station
Kaitaa metro station construction site.JPG
Kaitaa metro station tunnel construction site in April 2015
LocationKaitaa,[1] Espoo
PlatformsIsland platform
Structure typeUnderground
Depth14.7 metres (48 ft)[1]
Other information
Fare zone С 
Preceding station   HKL   Following station
toward Matinkylä
Helsingin metro logo.svg
toward Ruoholahti

Kaitaa metro station will be built Iivisniemi suburb in the northern part. Its architectural theme envisages lush Quarter courtyards, which refers to the characteristics of Iivisniemi. Drive layout is to be combined with a metal, glass and concrete surfaces Iivisniemi area distinctively pine forest leppeampiin tones. East to a direction of Helsinki substantially the previous position is Finnoo (Suomenoja), West direction of the next station is Soukka.


  1. ^ a b c "Kaitaa station". Länsimetro. Archived from the original on March 31, 2016.

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Coordinates: 60°08′56″N 24°41′24″E / 60.148919°N 24.689904°E / 60.148919; 24.689904