Roztyly (Prague Metro)

Roztyly (Czech pronunciation: [rostɪlɪ]) is a Prague Metro station on Line C. It was opened on 7 November 1980 as part of the extension from Kačerov to Kosmonautů (currently Háje).[1]

Roztyly
Prague Metro station
Roztyly (metro hall).jpg
Platform
LocationRoztyly
Prague 11
Prague
Czech Republic
Coordinates50°02′13″N 14°28′41″E / 50.037°N 14.478°E / 50.037; 14.478Coordinates: 50°02′13″N 14°28′41″E / 50.037°N 14.478°E / 50.037; 14.478
Owned byDopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy
Line(s)C
Platformsisland platform
Tracks2
Construction
Platform levels1
Bicycle facilitiesNo
History
Opened7 November 1980 (1980-11-07)
Services
Preceding station   Prague Metro   Following station
toward Letňany
Line C
toward Háje
Location
Roztyly is located in Prague
Roztyly
Roztyly
Location in Prague
Roztyly is located in Greater Prague
Roztyly
Roztyly
Location in Greater Prague
Roztyly is located in Czech Republic
Roztyly
Roztyly
Location in Czech Republic

The station was formerly known as Primátora Vacka after communist politician Václav Vacek.

ReferencesEdit

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