“Arpad hid” ( Hungarian. Árpád híd - Arpad bridge) - Budapest metro station on the M3 (blue) line.
|opening date||November 7, 1984 |
March 29, 2019 (after reconstruction)
|closing date||November 4, 2017 (for renovation)|
|Type of||shallow station|
|Depth of laying, m||5 m|
|Number of platforms||2|
|Exit to the streets||Prospect Vaci,|
Karl Robert Boulevard
It was opened on November 7, 1984 as part of the Lehel ter section - Arpad hid. Six years before the opening of the northbound line was the terminus. Named by the nearby Arpad Bridge .
The station is located at the intersection of two key thoroughfares of the northern part of Pest: Vaci Avenue ( Hung. Váci út ), leading north on the left bank of the Danube and the small semicircle boulevards ( Hung. Kiskörút ), on this stretch of Karl Robert Boulevard ( Hungarian Róbert Károly körút ).
The station is shallow, depth is 5 m. There are two side platforms at the station. Arpad Head Station is a large interchange node and one of the busiest stations on the M3 line. A small semi-circle of boulevards is used for intensive passenger traffic (trams 1, 1A and a large number of bus routes). In addition, near the exit from the station is one of the Budapest bus stations, from which commuter buses run to the northern suburbs of Budapest.
On November 4, 2017, part of the M3 line from the Lehel ter station to the Uypest-Koespont station is closed for reconstruction. On March 29, 2019, the station Arpad Hyde was solemnly opened after reconstruction.