Line 11 (CPTM)

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Line 11 (Coral)
Type Commuter rail
System Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos
Status In operation
Locale São Paulo, Brazil
Termini Luz
Stations 16
Opened 1890 as part of the Estrada de Ferro Central do Brasil
Owner Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos do Estado de São Paulo (English: State Secretariat for Metropolitan Transportation)
Line length 50.5 kilometres (31.4 mi)
Track gauge 1,600 mm (5 ft 3 in)[1]
Route map

Line 11 (Coral) is a line of the Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolitanos (CPTM) commuter rail system in São Paulo, Brazil.[2]

CPTM Line 11 (Coral) is known as the East Express (Portuguese: Expresso Leste) from Luz station to Guaianases station, where it is necessary for passengers to switch trains. There is no charge for the connection between the two lines at Guaianases station.


Code Station Municipality Integration
LUZ Luz São Paulo Connection to Metrô Lines 1 (Blue) and 4 (Yellow), and CPTM Line 7 (Ruby).
BAS Brás São Paulo Connection to Metrô Line 3 (Red) and CPTM Lines 10 (Turquoise) and 12 (Sapphire).
TAT Tatuapé São Paulo Free connection to CPTM Line 12 (Sapphire). Paid connection to Metrô Line 3 (Red). Station is connected to two shopping malls: Shopping Metrô Tatuapé and Shopping Metrô Boulevard Tatuapé.
ITQ Corinthians-Itaquera São Paulo Connection to Metrô Line 3 (Red).
DBO Dom Bosco São Paulo
JBO José Bonifácio São Paulo
GUA Guaianases São Paulo Link between Expresso Leste (LUZ ↔ GUA) and the rest of Line 11 (GUA ↔ EST).
AGN Antônio Gianetti Neto Ferraz de Vasconcelos
FVC Ferraz de Vasconcelos Ferraz de Vasconcelos
POA Poá Poá
CVN Calmon Viana Poá Connection to CPTM Line 12 (Sapphire).
SUZ Suzano Suzano
JPB Jundiapeba Mogi das Cruzes
BCB Brás Cubas Mogi das Cruzes
MDC Mogi das Cruzes Mogi das Cruzes Terminus for the Luz–Mogi das Cruzes line of the Expresso Turístico.
EST Estudantes Mogi das Cruzes Regional inter-city and university bus service available at terminal.


  1. ^ Ferreira, Robert; Tharcisiu Alves. (January 2012). "São Paulo Metro". 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 750 V 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 1600 mm and use overhead pantograph. 
  2. ^ Line 11 (CPTM) Website (Portuguese)

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