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List of Mexico City metro stations

This article lists alphabetically all 195 metro stations of STC, the Mexico City Metro system, serving Mexico City.[1] While the first column shows the official name of each station, the second one provides the metro lines it serves.[1]

Finally, this list also provides the connections with other government operated public transportation systems within Mexico City. These include the STE (Servicio de Transportes Electricos) Xochimilco–Tasqueña light rail,[2] the Mexico City Metrobús (a bus rapid transit line),[3] municipal RTP (Red de Transporte de Pasajeros) motor bus,[4] and STE trolleybus networks.[5] It does not include connections to private means of transportation such as peseros (mini-buses) or bus depots.

Mexico City metro stations

Station Lines RTP routes STE routes Commuting rapid transit station
Acatitla
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167
Aculco
39, 39A, 39B
Agrícola Oriental
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167 Q
Allende
Apatlaco
39, 39A, 39B
Aquiles Serdán
G, I
Aragón
Atlalilco 1D, 52C E
Auditorio
Autobuses del Norte
A
Azcapotzalco
Balbuena
Balderas Balderas
Barranca del Muerto
Bellas Artes A Bellas Artes
Bondojito
33, 37 G
Bosque de Aragón
Boulevard Puerto Aéreo
AG10-36 G
Buenavista
Buenavista
Calle 11
Camarones
G, I
Canal del Norte
33
Canal de San Juan
47A, 162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167 Canal de San Juan
Candelaria 33, 37
Centro Médico Centro Médico
Cerro de la Estrella
1D, 52C, 57C, 161D E, Q
Chabacano 31B, 145A
Chapultepec
G, I
Chilpancingo
Chilpancingo
Ciudad Azteca
Ciudad Deportiva
Colegio Militar
Constitución de 1917
1D, 47A, 52C, 161, 161C, 161D, 161E, 161F, 162, 165A E, T
Constituyentes
57C
Consulado 33, 37
Copilco
Coyoacán
Coyuya
39, 39A, 39B
Cuatro Caminos
57C
Cuauhtémoc
Cuauhtémoc
Cuitláhuac
I
Culhuacán
Deportivo 18 de Marzo Deportivo 18 de Marzo
Deportivo Oceanía
43
División del Norte
Doctores
A
Ecatepec
Eduardo Molina
Eje Central
A
El Rosario G, I
Ermita 31B, 145A E
Escuadrón 201
39, 39A, 39B
Etiopía/Plaza de la Transparencia
Eugenia
Ferrería
Fray Servando
33, 37
Garibaldi A, LL
General Anaya
31B, 145A
Gómez Farías
Guelatao
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167
Guerrero
Hangares
43
Hidalgo LL
Hospital 20 de Noviembre
Hospital General
S
Impulsora
Indios Verdes
MB Indios Verdes[6]
Instituto del Petróleo A
Insurgentes
MB Glorieta de los Insurgentes[6]
Insurgentes Sur
MB Félix Cuevas[6]
Isabel la Católica
Iztacalco
39, 39A, 39B M
Iztapalapa
1D, 52C E, Q
Jamaica 33, 37
Juanacatlán
Juárez
39, 39A, 39B M
Lagunilla
La Paz
La Raza MB La Raza[6][7]
La Viga
La Villa-Basílica
LL
Lázaro Cardenas
A
Lindavista
Los Reyes
Miguel Ángel de Quevedo
60 K
Martín Carrera 33, 37 LL
Merced
Mexicaltzingo
Misterios
Mixcoac 1D D
Mixiuhca
39, 39A, 39B
Moctezuma
39
Morelos 37
Múzquiz
Nativitas
31B, 145A
Nezahualcóyotl
Niños Héroes
Nopalera
Normal
Norte 45
Obrera
A, S
Observatorio
Oceanía 43 G
Olímpica
Olivos
Panteones
Pantitlán 168 Q
Parque de los Venados
Patriotismo
MB Patriotismo[6]
Peñón Viejo
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167
Periférico Oriente
Pino Suárez Pino Suárez
Plaza Aragón
Polanco
Politécnico
CP
Popotla
Portales
31B, 145A D
Potrero
MB Potrero[6]
Puebla
Refinería
Revolución
MB Revolución[6]
Ricardo Flores Magón
Río de los Remedios
Romero Rubio
Salto del Agua A
San Andrés Tomatlán
San Antonio
San Antonio Abad
31B, 145A
San Cosme
San Joaquín
San Juan de Letrán
A
San Lázaro 39, 39A, 39B San Lázaro
San Pedro de los Pinos
Santa Anita 33, 37
Santa Marta
1D, 52C, 162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166
Sevilla
Tacuba
Tacubaya
Talismán
33, 37
Tasqueña
141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 145A, 146, 147, 148, 149 A, K STE LR Tasqueña[2]
Tepalcates
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167 S MB Tepalcates[8]
Tepito
Terminal Aérea
43 G
Tezonco
Tezozómoc
Tláhuac
Tlaltenco
Tlatelolco
UAM-I
1D, 52C, 161D E
Universidad
162D
Valle Gómez
Vallejo
Velódromo
Viaducto
31B, 145A
Villa de Aragón
Villa de Cortés
31B, 145A M
Viveros/Derechos Humanos
Xola
31B, 145A
Zapata 1D, 52C D
Zapotitlán
Zaragoza
162B, 163, 163A, 163B, 164, 166, 167
Zócalo

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Inauguraciones por orden cronológico, longitudes de la línea, estaciones, correspondencias, estaciones elevadas, aéreas y subterráneas, afluencias, logotipos del Metro, icono de la estación, descripción del icono, horario de servicio, costo del boleto, acceso gratuito a menores de 5 años, mayores de 60 años y usuarios con capacidades diferentes, salidas y accesos de la estación" (in  
  2. ^ a b "Servicios.- Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos del D.F.: Línea de Tren ligero" (in  
  3. ^ "Metrobús - Ciudad de México" (in  
  4. ^ "Red de Transporte de Pasajeros del Distrito Federal.-RTP" (in  
  5. ^ "Servicios.- Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos del D.F.: Líneas de Trolebuses" (in  
  6. ^ a b c d e f g "Metrobús - Ciudad de México: Ficha técnica de Línea 1" (in  
  7. ^ "Metrobús - Ciudad de México: Ficha técnica de Línea 3" (in  
  8. ^ "Metrobús - Ciudad de México: Ficha técnica de Línea 2" (in  

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