Ana Rosa (São Paulo Metro)

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Metrô-SP icon.svg Ana Rosa
Coordinates 23°34′53″S 46°38′18″W / 23.58125°S 46.63847°W / -23.58125; -46.63847Coordinates: 23°34′53″S 46°38′18″W / 23.58125°S 46.63847°W / -23.58125; -46.63847
Platforms Island platforms
Connections Access to SPTrans Bus Line
Construction
Structure type underground
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code ANR
History
Opened February 17, 1975 (Line 1); September 12, 1992 (line 2)
Services
Preceding station   São Paulo Metro   Following station
toward Tucuruvi
Line 1
toward Jabaquara
Line 2

Ana Rosa is a station on Line 1 (Blue) and Line 2 (Green) of the São Paulo Metro.[1]

SPTrans Lines[edit]

The following SPTrans bus lines can be accessed. Passengers may use a Bilhete Único card for transfer:

Line Destination
175P/10 Metro Santana
476G/41 Vila Industrial
675N/10 Santo Amaro Terminal
677A/10 Jardim Ângela Terminal
695V/10 Capelinha Terminal
7710/10 Guarapiranga Terminal
775P/10 Jardim Guarau
875P/10 Palmeiras-Barra Funda Metro Station
917M/10 Morro Grande
917M/31 Morro Grande
975A/10 Vila Brasilândia

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