The Keilaniemi metro station opened on Saturday 18 November 2017, when metro traffic on the Ruoholahti–Matinkylä section started up.  The metro station construction contract was implemented by Skanska Infra Oy.

The architecture of Keilaniemi station highlights the area’s role as a divider between work and home and the sea and land, as well as its location near the boundary between two cities. The cool, streamlined and metallic glow of the surrounding cluster of office buildings is reflected in the station’s appearance. The platform area ceiling includes an art installation of tube lights by artist duo Grönlund & Nisunen. The metro station was designed by ALA Oy + Esa Piironen Oy.



The Keilaniemi metro station is the first metro station in Espoo when coming from then east.The metro station is situated in the heart of Keilaniemi, at the address Keilaniementie 3. The metro station has two entrance buildings: the main south entrance and it is located at the Accounter Tower, and the north entrance is located near the Keilaniementie, Keilaportti and Keilaranta roundabout.

The station and entrances are wheelchair-accessible.

HSL’s web page

HSL is responsible for planning and acquiring public transport for its operating area. On HSL’s web page you can find more information about the new metro section, the locations of entrances and bus stops, park and ride spaces and the feeder network route.

Keilaniemi as an area in Espoo

The Keilaniemi area is a blend of innovation, technology and business life.  With the head offices of many major Finnish companies as well as international businesses and start-ups located in the vicinity of the metro station, the metro will provide both employees and visitors easier access to the area. The metro will enable the Keilaniemi area’s development both as a place of employment and as a residential area. Some 3,800 people live in the Otaniemi–Keilaniemi area, but that figure is estimated to grow to 15,000 by the year 2050. The number of jobs is also expected to increase from the current figure of just under 8,000 to roughly 11,000.

There will be the Jokeri Light Rail line between Keilaniemi in Espoo and Itäkeskus in Helsinki.

The platform of Keilaniemi metro station.

The Keilaniemi metro station.

Keilaniemen metroaseman liukuportaat

Keilaniemen metroasema ulkoa

Keilaniemen metroasemalla käynti liukuportaisiin

Keilaniemen metroaseman valotaideteos