List of Budapest Metro Stations - M5 Line (North-South), Planned

M5 Line (North-South), Planned

Metro line 5, Észak-déli Regionális Gyorsvasút (North-South Regional Rapid Railway; provisional name), is planned to be a suburban railways' connector line, meant to replace and connect the lines of the existing suburban railways between Szentendre, Csepel and Ráckeve. It will cross Budapest downtown, and provide connection for the railway stations in the city. It will probably have the following stations (except for the termini, only those within Budapest are included):

  • Szentendre
  • ...
  • Békásmegyer
  • Petőfi tér
  • Csillaghegy
  • Rómaifürdő
  • Aquincum
  • Záhony u.
  • Kaszásdűlő
  • Bogdáni út
  • Flórián tér
  • Amfiteátrum
  • Szépvölgyi út
  • Margitsziget
  • Szent István park
  • Lehel tér
  • Oktogon
  • Klauzál tér
  • Astoria
  • Kálvin tér
  • Boráros tér
  • Könyves Kálmán körút
  • Beöthy u.
  • Kén u.
  • Timót u.
  • Határ út
  • Pesterzsébet – városközpont
  • Nagysándor József u.
  • Klapka Gy. u.
  • Wesselényi u. (or Akácfa u. instead of the latter two)
  • Vörösmarty tér
  • Könyves u.
  • Tárcsás u.
  • Soroksári vasútállomás
  • BILK (logisztikai központ)
  • ...
  • Csepel, Ráckeve

Branching at Könyves u.:

  • Soroksár felső
  • Soroksár – Hősök tere
  • Szent István u.
  • Millennium-telep
  • ...

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