Buenos Aires Metro
The Buenos Aires Underground (Spanish: Subterráneo de Buenos Aires), locally known as Subte ([ˈsubte], from subterráneo – 'underground' or 'subterranean') is a mass transit subway system that serv...
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Line H (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line H of the Buenos Aires Underground, is the first entirely new line built in Buenos Aires since the opening of Line E on 20 June 1944. The first phase, between Plaza Once and Caseros, opened 18 Oct...
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PreMetro E2 (Buenos Aires)
The Premetro (officially Line E2) is a 7.4-kilometer long (4.6 mi) tram line that connects with the Buenos Aires Underground line E, at Plaza de los Virreyes station and runs to General Savio, wi...
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Metrovías
Metrovías S.A. is an privately owned company from Argentina that operates the Buenos Aires Metro and the Metropolitan services of Urquiza railway line. 90% of Metrovías' shares are held by Grupo Rogg...
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Line E (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line E of the Buenos Aires Underground, which runs from Plaza de los Virreyes to Bolivar (with an extension to Retiro under construction), currently extending a total distance of 9.2 km. The line...
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Line C (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line C of the Buenos Aires Underground, that runs from Retiro to Constitución terminus, opened on 9 November 1934, and it has a length of 4.3 km. It runs under such streets as Lima Sur, Bernardo...
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Line G (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line G is a planned addition to the Buenos Aires Underground. Due to funding issues, construction has been postponed indefinitely. This line is planned as follows:
Alberti (Buenos Aires Metro)
Alberti is a station on Line A of the Buenos Aires Underground. Like the Pasco station, it is one of two stations of the line which only has one platform, in this case only serving passengers heading ...
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List of Latin American rail transit systems by ridership
The following is a list of all urban rail transit systems in Latin America, ranked by passenger ridership. These kinds of systems are most commonly known as metro (or subway in English), but may also ...
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Urquiza Line (Buenos Aires)
The Urquiza Line is a 25.5 km (16 mi) suburban electric commuter rail line operated by the subway operator Metrovías, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It runs from the Federico Lacroze terminus i...
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Córdoba Metro
The Córdoba Metro is a project that will, according to its proponents, serve the Argentine city of Córdoba. The metro system would become the second metro system in Argentina, after the Buenos Aires U...
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Ángel Gallardo (Buenos Aires Metro)
Ángel Gallardo is a station on Line B of the Buenos Aires Underground. This is the station for Parque Centenario and the Natural History Museum.The station is located at the intersection of Avenida Co...
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Line B (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line B of the Buenos Aires Underground runs 11.75 kilometres (7.30 mi) from Leandro N. Alem to Juan Manuel de Rosas in Villa Urquiza. Line B opened to the public on 17 October 1930.In recent year...
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La Brugeoise cars (Buenos Aires Metro)
The La Brugeoise cars are the Buenos Aires Metro (Subte) Line A rolling stock since its inauguration in 1913. They were built by Belgian railway rolling stock manufacturer La Brugeoise, et Nicaise, e...
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Acoyte (Buenos Aires Metro)
Acoyte is a station on Line A of the Buenos Aires Metro.
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9 de Julio (Line D Buenos Aires Metro)
9 de Julio is a station on Line D of the Buenos Aires Underground. From here, passengers may transfer to Carlos Pellegrini station on Line B and Diagonal Norte station on Line C and Metrobus 9 de Jul...
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Line I (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line I is a planned addition to the Buenos Aires Underground.This line is planned as follows:
Line A (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line A is the oldest line of the Buenos Aires Underground. It runs from Plaza de Mayo to San Pedrito.Opened to the public on 1 December 1913, the first subway in South America, the Southern Hemisphere...
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Agüero (Buenos Aires Metro)
Agüero is a station on Line D of the Buenos Aires Underground.
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Line D (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line D of the Buenos Aires Underground runs from Catedral to Congreso de Tucumán. The D Line opened on 3 June 1937 and has been expanded to the north several times. The line is currently 11 km ...
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Line F (Buenos Aires Metro)
Line F is a planned addition to the Buenos Aires Underground. After some delays, the budget was announced in 2015 for the first phase of construction from Constitución to Córdoba at a total cost of be...
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