| Tineretului Park
Sector 4, Bucharest
|One island platform
|6 April 1986
Tineretului (Youth's station in English) is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania, on the Bucharest Metro Line M2.
The station was inaugurated on 6 April 1986 as part of the previously built section of the line, from Piața Unirii to Depoul IMGB.The station is named for the Tineretului Park (Youth's Park) nearby.
Obor is the name of a square and the surrounding district of Bucharest, the capital of Romania. There is also a Bucharest Metro station named Obor, which lies in this area. The district is near the Colentina and Moșilor neighborhoods.
The Bucharest Metro is an underground rapid transit system that serves Bucharest, the capital of Romania. It first opened for service on 16 November 1979. The network is run by Metrorex. One of two parts of the larger Bucharest public transport network, Metrorex has an average of approximately 720,000 passenger trips per weekday, compared to the 1,180,000 daily riders on Bucharest's STB transit system. In total, the Metrorex system is 80.1 kilometres (49.8 mi) long and has 64 stations.
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Grozăvești is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania, on the Metro Line M1. It is located on the banks of the Dâmbovița River, next to Politehnica University of Bucharest, the Regie and the Grozăvești student campuses, the Grozăvești Power Station, the Carrefour Orhideea shopping centre, and the Basarab Overpass. It is also used by visitors of the Bucharest Botanical Garden.
Timpuri Noi is a subway station in Bucharest. The name was taken from the nearby mechanical factory. The factory has since been demolished, making way for a planned office and residential development. The station has yellow, red and white tiling. It was originally the eastern terminus of the M1, being opened on 19 November 1979 as part of the inaugural section of Bucharest Metro, between Semanatoarea and Timpuri Noi. On 28 December 1981, the line was extended east to Republica.
Mihai Bravu is a metro station in Bucharest. It is named after the road underneath which it is built. It serves the residential areas of Vitan, northern Tineretului and Bârzeşti. The station was opened on 28 December 1981 as part of the second phase of Line 1 between Timpuri Noi and Republica.
Păcii is a metro station in Bucharest. Part of the boulevard under which it resides used to bear the station's name. It is located on Iuliu Maniu Avenue at the intersection with Valea Cascadelor Avenue, the latter being a proposal for a new name for the station. The station was opened on 19 August 1983 as part of the extension from Eroilor to Industriilor.
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Dimitrie Leonida, formerly known as IMGB is a metro station in southern Bucharest, Romania, on Line 2. The station was originally built in order to transport workers to the Kvaerner IMGB steelworks. Even though this purpose is still served today to an extent, the area around the steelworks has developed residentially, and therefore is used by commuters who work in the city centre of Bucharest. The station was opened on 24 January 1986 as part of the inaugural section of the line, from Piața Unirii to Depoul IMGB.
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Jiului is a metro station in the Pajura district of northern Bucharest, Romania, serving Bucharest Metro's M4 Line. The station was opened on 1 July 2011 as part of the extension from 1 Mai to Parc Bazilescu.
Parc Bazilescu is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving Bucharest Metro Line M4. The station was opened on 1 July 2011 as part of the extension from 1 Mai. On 31 March 2017 the line was extended to Straulesti.
Laromet is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving Bucharest Metro Line M4. Although it was supposed to be opened on 19 December 2016 as part of Stage III of M4 line, Metrorex decided to postpone the opening until the first half of 2017, due to safety issues. The station was opened on 31 March 2017 as part of the extension of the line from Parc Bazilescu to Străulești. It is located at the former tram terminal Laromet on line 20, which was closed because of the metro line's construction.
Străulești is a metro station in northern Bucharest, serving Bucharest Metro Line M4. It is the northern terminus of the line. Although it was supposed to be opened on 19 December 2016, as part of Stage III of M4 line, Metrorex decide it to postpone it until the first half of 2017 due to safety issues. The station was opened on 31 March 2017 as part of the extension of the line from Parc Bazilescu. It is located near the north-western exit of Bucharest towards Mogoșoaia and includes a new metro depot and a park & ride. Its main purpose is to encourage the people working in Bucharest to park their cars at the entrance of the city and continue their ride with the public transport.
Tineretului means youth in Romanian.