|STC rapid transit|
|Opened||20 July 1994|
Metro Aculco is a station along Line 8 of the metro of Mexico City. It is located under the bridge where the Trabajadoras Sociales (Eje 6 Sur) passes over the Eje 3 Ote in the Colonia Pueblo Aculco neighborhood if the Iztapalapa borough of Mexico City. The station's logo is a water wave in a canal. In Nahuatl it means "where the water twists". The name is also the name of the Aculco municipio in the State of Mexico. The station was opened on 20 July 1994.
Metro service at the station was interrupted on 16 December 2006 after an accident in which a passenger fell onto the tracks. On 24 July 2007 a boy was born to a passenger at the station. On 26 September 2010 a Line 8 train operator was arrested and fired for drunk driving after an incident in which he opened the doors on the opposite side of the train from the Aculco station platform.
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- "Cae una persona a vias en la estacion Aculco del Metro". Retrieved 30 July 2011.
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- "Detienen a conductor del Metro por ebrio" (in Spanish). Noticieros Televisa. 27 September 2010. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
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