ⓘ Line 2 (Madrid Metro)

                                     

ⓘ Line 2 (Madrid Metro)

Line 2 was extended from Sol to Quevedo on 27 December 1925, and then further to Cuatro Caminos on 1 September 1929.

In 1932, a branch from Goya to Diego de Leon was added, though this branch was transferred to Line 4 in 1958. In 1964 the line was extended from Ventas to Ciudad Lineal, though this too was transferred, to Line 5 in 1970. Later, Canal was added as an infill station between Quevedo and Cuatro Caminos to provide interchange with the extended Line 7 on 16 October 1998.

On 16 February 2007 the line was extended from Ventas to La Elipa, with the intention of providing an interchange with Line 11 in the future. Additionally, Line 2 was extended past La Elipa to Las Rosas.

From 2013-2016, the line was called Linea 2 Vodafone due to a sponsorship by Vodafone.

The Sevilla station was temporarily closed in 2019 due for improvements and maintenance.

                                     
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