Ládví (Prague Metro)

Ládví (Czech pronunciation: [ˈlaːdviː]) is a Prague Metro station on Line C. The station was opened on 26 June 2004 as the northern terminus of the extension of Line C from Nádraží Holešovice. It remained the temporary northern terminus of Line C until the line was extended to Letňany on 8 May 2008.[1]

Ládví
Prague Metro station
Praha, Kobylisy, stanice metra Ládví III.JPG
Platform at Ládví
LocationLádví
Prague 8
Prague
Czech Republic
Coordinates50°07′37″N 14°28′08″E / 50.127°N 14.469°E / 50.127; 14.469Coordinates: 50°07′37″N 14°28′08″E / 50.127°N 14.469°E / 50.127; 14.469
Owned byDopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy
Line(s)C
Platformsisland platform
Tracks2
Construction
Platform levels1
Bicycle facilitiesNo
History
Opened26 June 2004 (2004-06-26)
Services
Preceding station   Prague Metro   Following station
toward Letňany
Line C
toward Háje
Location
Ládví is located in Prague
Ládví
Ládví
Location in Prague
Ládví is located in Greater Prague
Ládví
Ládví
Location in Greater Prague
Ládví is located in Czech Republic
Ládví
Ládví
Location in Czech Republic

The station is 8.8 metres below ground level, and contains two tracks on opposite sides of the station platform. The station has one exit in the middle leading to tram stops and a bus station.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Praha". urbanrail.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Ládví (metro station) at Wikimedia Commons