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Santiago Metro

The Santiago Metro () is the underground railway network serving the city of Santiago , Chile. This network is one of the most modern in SantiagoLatin America , being the second largest following the SantiagoLatin AmericaMexico City Metro , and it is 7th in frequency worldwide. It currently has five lines, 108 stations, and of revenue route. This service is administered by the state-owned Metro S.A. and is the first of three urban railway systems in Chile, along with the Biotrén of Concepción... read more

Santiago

Santiago (; ), also known as Santiago de Chile , is the capital and largest city of capitalChile . It is also the center of its largest capitalChileconurbation . Santiago is located in the country's central valley , at an elevation of central valleyabove mean sea level .Founded in 1541, Santiago has been the capital city of Chile since colonial times. The city has a downtown core of 19th century neoclassical architecture and winding side-streets, dotted by art deco, neo-gothic, and other styles.... read more

Santiago Bueras metro station

Santiago Bueras is an underground metro station on the Line 5 of the Santiago Metro, in Santiago, Chile. It is named after Santiago Bueras, a soldier shot dead at the Battle of Maipú.The station consists of a mined platform tunnel and transept, as well as a cut-and-cover shaft. There is an inverted pyramid roof over the paid area of the street-level ticket hall, which features V-shaped pillars and glazed walls.==References==Category:Railway stations opened in 2011 read more

Santiago Metro Line 1

Santiago Metro Line 1 is the oldest of the five existing lines that make up the Santiago Metro network. It has a total of 27 stations along its 19.3 kilometre (11 mile) length, constructed almost entirely underground, and is located primarily along the axis formed by the Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins (Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins Avenue, also known as the “Alameda”), Providencia Avenue and Apoquindo Avenue. www.metrosantiago.cl Retrieved April 19, 2013In 2011, Line 1... read more

Santiago Metro Line 2

Santiago Metro Line 2 is one of the five lines that currently make up the Santiago Metro network in Santiago, Chile. It has 22 stations and 20.7 km of track. The line intersects with Line 1 at Los Héroes station, with Line 4A at La Cisterna station, and with Line 5 at Santa Ana station. It will also intersect with the future Line 6 at Franklin station and the future Line 3 at Puente Cal y Canto station. Its distinctive colour on the network map is yellow.In 2011, Line 2 accounted for 18.8%... read more

Santiago Metro Line 4

Santiago Metro Line 4 is one of the five lines that currently make up the Santiago Metro network in Santiago, Chile. It has 23 stations and 23.9 km of track. The line intersects with Line 1 at Tobalaba station, with Line 4A at Vicuña Mackenna station and with Line 5 at Vicente Valdés station. It will also intersect with the future Line 3 at Plaza Egaña station. Its distinctive colour on the network line map is blue.In 2011, Line 4 accounted for 18.1% of all trips made on the Santiago Metro.... read more

Santiago Metro Line 5

Santiago Metro Line 5 is one of the five lines that currently make up the Santiago Metro network in Santiago, Chile. It has 30 stations and 30 km of track. The line intersects with Line 1 at Baquedano station and San Pablo station, with Line 2 at Santa Ana station, and with Line 4 at Vicente Valdés station. It will also intersect with the future Line 6 at Ñuble station and with the future Line 3 at both Plaza de Armas station and Irarrázaval station. Its distinctive colour on the network... read more

Santiago Metro Line 4A

Américo Vespucio, train arriving at Vicuña Mackenna stationSantiago Metro Line 4A is one of the five lines that currently make up the Santiago Metro network in Santiago, Chile. It has 6 stations and 7.7 km of track. The line intersects with Line 2 at La Cisterna station, and with Line 4 at Vicuña Mackenna station and acts as a link between these two lines. Its distinctive colour on the network line map is light blue.In 2011, Line 4A accounted for only 2.9% of all trips made on the Santiago... read more

Santiago Metro Line 3

Santiago Metro Line 3 is a new line due to open on the Santiago Metro, Santiago, Chile, in 2017. It will connect the commune of Huechuraba in the north of the city with the city centre, where most economic activity is concentrated, and the centre with the communes of Ñuñoa, La Reina and Peñalolén Municipalidad de Peñalolén, Av. Grecia 8735, Teléfono (56 2) 486 8000 in the east side of Santiago. The first stage is scheduled to be completed by 2017, with the whole line by 2020. It will have... read more

Santiago Metro Line 6

Santiago Metro Line 6 is a new line due to open on the Santiago Metro, Santiago, Chile, in 2016. It will connect the commune of Cerrillos, in the south west of the city, with the centre and east of the city, where most economic activity is concentrated. The first stage is set to be completed by 2016 with the whole line to be finished by 2017. It will have 12 new stations on 15.3 km of track.The main purposes of Line 6 will be to relief the busy Line 1 and to provide extra connections across... read more

Santiago Bernabéu (Madrid Metro)

Santiago Bernabéu is a metro station outside the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in Madrid, Spain. It is located in Fare Zone A. It primarily serves the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium of Real Madrid. read more

Santiago Tapia (Monterrey Metro)

Santiago Tapia is one of the Metro stations of the Monterrey Metro line 2. It is located in the north of the Mexican city of San Nicolás de los Garza and it was opened to the public on October 31, 2008.This metro station bears the name of the revolutionary men born in 1820 and is located over the street of the same name.==References==Category:Railway stations opened in 2008 read more

Universidad de Santiago metro station

Universidad de Santiago is an underground metro station on the Line 1 of the Santiago Metro, in Santiago, Chile. Is named for the nearby University of Santiago. The station is adjacent to the Evangelical Cathedral of Santiago and to the main bus stations in the city.The station has a central mezzanine that overlooks the outer portions of the platform level. There is artwork on the walls of the four platforms stairways that honors the aforementioned university, which was unveiled on August 30, 2005. read more

Bea Santiago

Bea Rose Monterde Santiago (born February 17, 1990 in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines) , simply known as Bea Santiago, is a Filipino actress, model and beauty queen who was crowned Miss International 2013 on December 17, 2013. Prior to her win at Binibining Pilipinas, she was a Mutya ng Pilipinas 2011 titleholder who represented the Filipino Community in Canada. She was a fashion model for Elite Model Management before joining Binibining Pilipinas 2013.==Early life==Santiago was born in Muntinlupa,... read more

Alameda (Santiago)

Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'HigginsAvenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins (), popularly known as La Alameda (meaning, a road surrounded by poplar trees), is the main avenue of Santiago, Chile. It runs east-west in the center of the greater urban area and is long, and it has up to 5 lanes in each direction. It was named after Chile's founding father Bernardo O'Higgins. It was originally a branch of the Mapocho River.==History==The avenue is located on the former stream bed of a branch... read more

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