Home »  Highlights » 

TYPSA to design new Metro in Stockholm

TYPSA has been commissioned to design an 11-kilometre long underground metro line from Kungsträdgården to Nacka and Gullmarsplan in Stockholm.

This is TYPSA’s first contract in Sweden and represents an important milestone in the firm’s current international strategy. TYPSA is a global authority in the metropolitan railway sector and will contribute its broad international experience to this project, helping to improve public transport in Stockholm.

The contract, commissioned by Stockholm County Council, is valued at an estimated 60 million euros. The assignment, which are being carried out in Joint Venture with the Swedish consulting engineering company Sweco, includes the planning and design of the new 11-kilometre long underground rail line, which will run in a rock tunnel underneath the Saltsjön Sea from Kungsträdgården to Nacka and Gullmarsplan. The commission also includes the design of five new stations.

TYPSA will provide a wide range of expertise in areas spanning architecture, underground construction and rail technology, to address this significant challenge.

The new metro line is expected to open in 2025.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Comments are closed.
We use our own and third party cookies on our website to improve access and collect statistical information. By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies.
I agree | More information cookie policy