Marsella (TransMilenio)

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Marsella
Autobús de TransMilenio en la estación Marsella.JPG
Pradera Troncal Calle 13-Américas Mundo Aventura
Location Avenida de Las Américas
with Carrera 69
Neighborhood Kennedy
Opened December 2003

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

Location[edit]

The station is located in the industrial sector of the city, specifically on Avenida de Las Américas with Carrera 69. It serves the Marsella, Nueva Marsella, Ferrol, and Lusitania neighborhoods.

History[edit]

In 2003, service on the Avenida de Las Américas line was extended from Américas Carrera 53 A to Transversal 86, including this station.

The station is named Marsella after the neighborhood that surrounds it.

Station services[edit]

Old trunk services[edit]

Services rendered until April 29, 2006
Kind Routes Frequency
Current C04.png Every 3 minutes on average
Express Expreso 80 Every 2 minutes on average
Express Dominical Expreso Dominical 45 Every 3 or 4 minutes on average

Main line service[edit]

Service as of April 29, 2006
Type North or East Routes Western Routes Frequency
Local
5
5
Every three minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
All day
C19 M51
F19 F51
Every two minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
Morning rush
B52
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.

External links[edit]

See also[edit]