Cardio Infantil (TransMilenio)

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Cardio Infantil
Toberín Troncal Autonorte Mazurén
Location Autopista Norte
with Calle 161
Neighborhood Usaquén and Suba
Opened 2001

The simple station Cardio Infantil is part of the TransMilenio mass-transit system of Bogotá, Colombia, which opened in the year 2000.


The station is located in northern Bogotá, specifically on Autopista Norte with Calle 161.

It serves the Cantagallo, Las Orquideas and Estrella del Norte neighborhoods.


After the opening of the Portal de Usme in early 2001, the Autopista Norte line was opened. This station was added as a northerly expansion of that line, which was completed with the opening of the Portal del Norte later that year.

The station is named Cardio Infantil due to its proximity to the Hospital Cardio Infantil, located in Usaquén.

Station Services[edit]

Main Line Service[edit]

Service as of April 29, 2006
Type Northern Routes Southern Routes Frequency
Corriente B1 Portal Norte
Corriente B5 Portal Norte
Corriente F1 Portal Américas
Corriente G5 Portal Sur
Every three minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
All day
Expreso B13 Portal Norte
Expreso H13 Portal Tunal
Every two minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
Morning rush
Expreso B50 Portal Norte
Every two minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
Evening rush
Expreso C61 Portal Suba
Every two minutes

Feeder routes[edit]

This station does not have connections to feeder routes.

Inter-city service[edit]

This station does not have inter-city service.

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