The Medellin Metro is a Colombian urban train network that operates in the Medellin metropolitan area. It includes two metro lines and 27 metro stations along with nine metro cable stations. As of September 2018 records, the daily ridership of this urban train is more than 1 million. The first line for the service was opened on 30th November 1995. This extensive network owned by the Department of Antioquia, Medellin City.
Medellin Metro Network Details
There are two lines in this urban metro line that spread across the area of 30 kilometers. The first one Line A is 25.8 kilometers long and includes 21 stations. On the other hand, the second one Line B spread at a distance of 5.5 kilometers. They are six stations served by this line. That’s not all; there are four lines in the aerial cable car system that operates under the name Metrocable.
Metrocable is a service offered by the Medellin city council for the residents. It is divided into four different routes about which we have provided complete detail below:
• Line L- This line made for the tourists and get connected through from Avi Park to the Santo Domingo.
• Line H- This line started in 2016 and consisted of three stations named Villa Sierra, Las Torres, and Oriente.
• Line J- There are four stations in this line that include Juan XXIII, La Aurora, San Javier, and Vallejuelos.
• Line K- It was opened in 2004 and also consists of four stations like Santo Domingo, Andalucia, Acevedo, and Popular.