Stockholm Metro - Articles and news items

Record punctuality achieved on Stockholm Metro

Industry news  •  26 September 2016  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Eurotransport

The Stockholm Metro achieved a 98.5 percent punctuality rate in August 2016 marking 25 consecutive months of year-on-year improvement.

A smarter and greener Stockholm with extended metro

Issue 3 2015  •  30 June 2015  •  Riggert Andersson, Head of the Extended Metro Administration, Stockholm County Council

The extension of the Stockholm metro is part of this great undertaking and Riggert Andersson, Head of the Extended Metro Administration at the Stockholm County Council, provides further details…

Renewal of Stockholm Metro Red line

Issue 3 2014  •  4 July 2014  •  Sonja Martin-Löf, SL’s Red Line Upgrade Programme Manager

SL – Stockholm Public Transportation – is presently renewing its Metro services on the Red line with the introduction of new C30 vehicles from Bombardier Transportation, together with a new signalling system from Ansaldo STS and the construction of a new underground depot in the southern suburb of Norsborg. SL’s Red Line Upgrade Programme Manager, Sonja Martin-Löf, provides further information and why it is important to transform this line…

Metros supplement

Issue 2 2013, Supplements  •  25 April 2013  •  Ignacio González Velayos, Maj Theander

Metro de Madrid: Crucial to the backbone of mobility (Ignacio González Velayos, CEO, Metro de Madrid)
EIB supports European metro network developments (Maj Theander, Director of the Mobility Department, European Investment Bank)

On track to operate a world-class metro in Stockholm

Issue 3 2012  •  25 June 2012  •  Peter Viinapuu, CEO, MTR Stockholm

Operating on 108km of track, over three lines, and serving 100 stations, the underground metro network in Stockholm is far more than a mode of transport; it’s an absolutely critical piece of the puzzle that makes the city work. In a special interview for Eurotransport, Peter Viinapuu, CEO of MTR Stockholm, is keen to highlight the key aspects behind the goal of operating a world-class underground network.

“Public transport is like the water in the tap,” says Peter Viinapuu, CEO of MTR Stockholm. “It is only when it ceases to work properly that most people become aware of it. We take both our water supply and our public transport for granted. Put simply, underground trains should be on time, safe, secure and clean.”

But Peter and MTR Stockholm have far greater ambitions for the network. “We want to create a world-class under – ground network, and to do that it’s not enough to simply meet the passengers’ expectations,” says Peter.

“We want our passengers to actively and consciously choose to use the underground, because it is the best option.”