List of Caracas Metro stations

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Map of the Caracas metro lines, with current and future lines and stations.

The Caracas Metro (referred as El Metro by locals) is a rapid transit system operating in Caracas, capital of Venezuela.

Below is a list of the Caracas Metro subway lines and the stations that they serve.

Line 1 (Orange)[edit]

From west to east:

  • Propatria
  • Pérez Bonalde
  • Plaza Sucre
  • Gato Negro
  • Agua Salud - Future point of transfer to Line 6.
  • Caño Amarillo
  • Capitolio - Point of transfer to Line 2.
  • La Hoyada - Future point of transfer to Line 3.
  • Parque Carabobo
  • Bellas Artes
  • Colegio de Ingenieros
  • Plaza Venezuela - Point of connection to Line 3 and Line 4.
  • Sabana Grande
  • Chacaíto
  • Chacao
  • Altamira
  • Parque del Este - Future point of connection to Line 4.
  • Los Dos Caminos - Future point of transfer to Line 6.
  • Los Cortijos
  • La California
  • Petare
  • Palo Verde

Line 2 (Green)[edit]

From north-east to south-west:

  • El Silencio - Point of transfer to Line 1.
  • Capuchinos - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Maternidad - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Artigas - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • La Paz - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • La Yaguara - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Carapita - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Antímano - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Mamera - Point of connection to Line 4.
  • Caricuao
  • Zoológico
  • Ruiz Pineda - West ramification serviced exclusively by Line 4.
  • Las Adjuntas - Serviced exclusively by Line 4, - transfer station to (Los Teques Metro).

Line 3 (Blue)[edit]

From north-east to south-west:

  • Plaza Venezuela - Point of connection to Line 1 and Line 4.
  • Ciudad Universitaria
  • Los Símbolos
  • La Bandera
  • El Valle
  • Los Jardines -
  • Coche -
  • Mercado -
  • La Rinconada - IFE rail station, both completed and in service.

Next phase (project). Begins as a west ramification from El Valle station to north on San José station

  • El Valle
  • Prado de María
  • El Peaje
  • San Agustín
  • Fuerzas Armadas - Point of transfer to line Line 1 and Line 4
  • Urdaneta
  • San José

Line 4 (Red)[edit]

Construction works for next phase were initiated 18 March 2007 and expected to be completed by year-end 2011. Line 4 was renamed and incorporated as part of Line 2 shortly after its inauguration.

  • Capuchinos - Point of connection to Line 2.
  • Teatros
  • Nuevo Circo
  • Parque Central
  • Zona Rental - Point of connection with Line 1 and Line 3.

Next phase - From west to east:

  • Bello Monte
  • Las Mercedes
  • Tamanaco - Future point of connection to Line 5.
  • Chuao
  • Bello Campo
  • Parque del Este II - Point of connection to lines Line 1 and Line 6.

Line 5 (Magenta)[edit]

This line is still under project.

From north to south:

  • Santa Ana
  • Santa Paula
  • San Luis
  • Santa Marta
  • Chuao
  • Tamanaco - Point of transfer to Line 4
  • San Román
  • Santa Fe
  • La Ciudadela
  • Prados del Este
  • La Iglesia
  • Baruta
  • La Trinidad
  • La Boyera
  • Los Geranios
  • El Hatillo

Line 6 (Yellow)[edit]

Most of this line is still under project.

From west to east:

  • Magallanes
  • Gato Negro
  • Agua Salud - Point of transfer to Line 1.
  • Miraflores
  • Urdaneta - Point of transfer to Line 3.
  • San Bernardino
  • Guaicaipuro
  • Maripérez
  • Las Palmas
  • Chapellín
  • La Castellana
  • Ávila
  • Santa Eduvigis' - Point of transfer to lines Line 1 and Line 4'

The following stations found in the City of Caracas are in construction under a project known as Guarenas / Guatire Metro.

  • Parque del Este - Point of transfer to lines Line 1 and Line 4
  • Montecristo - Point of transfer to line Line 1
  • Boleíta
  • Horizonte
  • La Urbina Sur
  • La Urbina Norte - Point of transfer to the Light Rail Service, Guarenas-Guatire

Los Teques Metro (Navy Blue)[edit]

  • Las Adjuntas transfer station to Caracas Metro Line 4
  • Alí Primera formerly El Tambor station

The following stations are in construction

  • Guiacaipuro - projected completion date set for 2010
  • Miranda - projected completion date set for 2010
  • Los Cerritos - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Carrizal - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Las Minas - projected completion date set for 2012
  • San Antonio - projected completion date set for 2012

Guarenas / Guatire Metro (Green Grass)[edit]

The following stations are in construction

  • La Urbina Norte transfer point
  • Caucaugüita - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Tamarinda - future project
  • Guarenas I - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Guarenas II - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Guatire I - projected completion date set for 2012
  • Guatire II - projected completion date set for 2012

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