Länsimetro Oy owns 13 metro stations. The metro stations are: Lauttasaari, Koivusaari, Keilaniemi, Aalto University, Tapiola, Urheilupuisto, Niittykumpu, Matinkylä, Finnoo, Kaitaa, Soukka, Espoonlahti and Kivenlahti.

The metro stations represent state-of-the-art Finnish architecture. The unique and inviting metro stations are both architecturally interesting and made from long-lasting materials. The metro stations offer a promise of what lies above. They tell the story of their area and reinforce the local identity. Through the choice of materials, lighting and art, each station’s architecture is a reflection of the area’s urban character, and at the same time makes it easier for commuters to distinguish one station from another. In eight stations, art is part of the architecture:

All West Metro stations and entrances are wheelchair-accessible.

City will grow along the rail connections

The West Metro will bring rail traffic to Espoo’s southern areas, in turn supporting the growth and development of the metro’s catchment area.