Line 8 (CPTM)

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     Line 8
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Overview
Type Commuter rail
System Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos
Status In operation
Locale São Paulo, Brazil
Termini Amador Bueno
Júlio Prestes
Stations 24 (4 stations are currently closed for renovation)
Operation
Opening 1875
Owner Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos do Estado de São Paulo (English: State Secretariat for Metropolitan Transportation)
Technical
Line length 42 kilometres (26 mi)
Track gauge 1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in)[1]
Route map
Line 8 (CPTM)
Amador Bueno (closed)
Ambuitá (closed)
Km 40
Cimenrita (closed)
Santa Rita (closed)
Border between Bitola Mista and Métrica
Itapevi
José dos Santos Novaes Viaduct
Km 35
Engenheiro Cardoso
Level crossing- pedestrian and vehicular
Sagrado Coração
Jandira
Rev. José Manuel da Conceição Viaduct
Jardim Silveira
Km 30
Jardim Belval
Ver. Isaías Pereira Souto Viaduct
Barueri
Trabalhadores Viaduct
Km 25
Antônio João
Gal. Pedro R. Silva Viaduct
Rio Cotia
Santa Teresinha
Ver. Jorge Julian Viaduct
Carapicuíba
Rodoanel
General Miguel Costa
Km 20
Level crossing- pedestrian and vehicular
Quitaúna
Comandante Sampaio
Presidente Tancredo Neves Viaduct
Osasco Access to Line 9
Dona Ignês Coutinho Viaduct
Km 15
Guerino Spitaletti Viaduct
Presidente Altino Access to Line 9
Único Galfrio Viaduct
Marginal Pinheiros
Nova Fepasa Bridge over Rio Pinheiros
Marginal Pinheiros
Miguel Mofarrej Viaduct
Imperatriz Leopoldina
Km 10
Domingos de Morais Viaduct
Domingos de Morais
Com. Elias Nagib Breim Viaduct
Lapa 8
Km 5
Pompéia Viaduct
Antarctica Viaduct
Palmeiras-Barra Funda Access to Lines 7 and 3
Pacaembú Viaduct
Pedestrian crossing
Engº Orlando Drummond Murgel Viaduct
Viaduct over Rua Silva Pinto
Júlio Prestes

Line 8 (Diamond) is a line of the Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos commuter rail system in São Paulo, Brazil.[2] The extension from Itapevi and Amador Bueno is temporarily closed for renovation of the stations. It is expected to reopen in the end of 2012.

Stations[edit]

Code Station Municipality Integration
JPR Júlio Prestes São Paulo
BFU Palmeiras-Barra Funda São Paulo Free transfer to Line 7-Ruby of CPTM, Line 3-Red of São Paulo Metro, and access to the Palmeiras-Barra Funda Intermodal Terminal.
LAB Lapa São Paulo Access to the Lapa Terminal of SPTrans.
DMO Domingos de Moraes São Paulo
ILE Imperatriz Leopoldina São Paulo
PAL Presidente Altino Osasco Free transfer to Line 9-Emerald.
OSA Osasco Osasco Free transfer to Line 9-Emerald, access to Osasco Bus Terminal.
CSA Comandante Sampaio Osasco
QTU Quitaúna Osasco
GMC General Miguel Costa Osasco Access to urban bus terminal
CPB Carapicuíba Carapicuíba Access to Carapicuíba urban bus terminal.
STE Santa Terezinha Carapicuíba
AJO Antônio João Barueri
BRU Barueri Barueri Access to the Barueri Intermunicpal bus terminal
JBE Jardim Belval Barueri
JSI Jardim Silveira Barueri Access to the Barueri Intermunicpal bus terminal Jardim Silveira.
JDI Jandira Jandira Access to the Barueri Intermunicpal bus terminalJandira.
SCO Sagrado Coração Jandira
ECD Engenheiro Cardoso Itapevi
IPV Itapevi Itapevi Free transfer to the Amador Bueno extension.

Amador Bueno Extension[edit]

The trains coming from Júlio Prestes stop at Itapevi and return to Júlio Prestes. To continue to Amador Bueno, passengers are required to switch trains. This extension is currently closed and all stations are in the process of being modernized.

Code Station Municipality Comments
IPV Itapevi Itapevi Modernization complete
SRT Santa Rita Itapevi Station demolished
CMR Cimenrita Itapevi Station demolished
AMB Ambuitá Itapevi Station in process of being demolished
ABU Amador Bueno Itapevi Station in process of being demolished

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ferreira, Robert; Tharcisiu Alves. (January 2012). "São Paulo Metro". www.nycsubway.org. www.nycsubway.org. Archived from the original on 2014-02-02. Retrieved 2014-02-02. "On Lines 1, 2 and 3, the track gauge is a non standard 1600 mm, the third rail is 750V DC and under running. For Lines 4 and 5, the track gauge is 1435 mm and they use overhead pantograph, precluding any connection to the rest of the system, plus the 4 and 5 lines can't connect because the trains on the 4 line use drive-less technology while trains on 5 line are OPTO. Lines 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 (operated by CPTM) are all 1600mm and use overhead pantograph." 
  2. ^ Line 8 (CPTM) Website (Portuguese)

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