Visionsbild biljetthall gula linjen.
Illustration: Rundquist/Stockholms läns landsting

Getting to and from Hagastaden will be easy. Hagastaden is being planned to enable the best possible alternatives for pedestrians, cyclists and local transit. The new city district is ideally located close to the new Citybanan exit points, with four new subway exits, while routing for three BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) lines as well as other bus lines is in the planning. Construction of the yellow line, a subway line linking southern Stockholm with Hagastaden and extending further to Hagalund and Arenastaden from Odenplan, begun in 2020. This line will be completed in eight years, at the earliest.

Hagastaden is being built above the E4/E20 motorway, allowing motorists to enter and leave Stockholm conveniently, regardless of whether they are travelling in a northerly or southerly direction. To provide ample parking for people who live and work in buildings overlying the tunnels, Stockholm Parkering is building Stockholm’s biggest garage, a 550-metre-long underground car park with capacity for 1,000 vehicles. Much of Norra Stationsparken will be built on top of the car park roof.