Svågertorp railway station

Malmö Skånetrafiken Malmö Municipality
Malmö South, Svågertorp Station
Svågertorp station, Malmö.jpg
LocationMalmöMalmö
Sweden
Coordinates55°32′51″N 12°59′29″E / 55.54750°N 12.99139°E / 55.54750; 12.99139Coordinates: 55°32′51″N 12°59′29″E / 55.54750°N 12.99139°E / 55.54750; 12.99139
Operated bySkånetrafiken
Line(s)Öresund Line
Platforms2 ; 4 tracks[1]
ConnectionsBus: line 7, line 33[1]
History
Opened2000

Malmö South, Svågertorp Station, (Swedish: Svågertorp Station, Malmö syd) is a railway station south of Malmö, Sweden. It is served by the Pågatåg between Helsingborg and Trelleborg. There is a big shopping centre at Svågertorp near the station. The largest shop is IKEA with 44,000 m² area.

History

Opened in 2000 in connection with the new railway and Öresund Bridge between Denmark and Sweden this station used to be served by the Øresund trains. Since the opening of the city tunnel these trains don't pass this station. It used to be the only station en route between Malmö Central Station and Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup Station. Due to the closeness to the Copenhagen Airport, some airlines had self-service check-in facilities at this station.

References

  1. ^ a b "Malmö Svågertorp" (PDF) (in Swedish). Skånetrafiken. Retrieved 31 March 2019.