Metro Instituto del Petróleo
|STC rapid transit|
Line 6 platforms
|Location||Gustavo A. Madero|
|Platforms||4 side platforms|
|Structure type|| Surface|
|Opened|| 30 August 1982|
21 December 1983
Metro Instituto del Petróleo is a station along Line 5 and Line 6 of the metro of Mexico City serving the Colonia Valle del Tepeyac, Colonia San Bartolo Atepehuapan, and Colonia Nueva Industrial districts of the Gustavo A. Madero delegation of Mexico City.
The station logo represents an oil derrick. The station was named after the nearby Mexican Institute of Petroleum. The station was opened for service along Line 5 on 30 August 1982. Service along Line 6 towards El Rosario started 21 December 1983, and towards Martín Carrera on 8 July 1986.
The connection between platforms of Line 5 and Line 6 is made via a long passage decorated with sculptures made of oil barrels.
- Mexican Institute of Petroleum, public research organization.
- Northeast: Avenida 100 metros and Masagua street, Colonia Valle del Tepeyac
- Northwest: Avenida 100 metros and Masagua street, Colonia Valle del Tepeyac
- Southeast: Avenida 100 metros and Otavalo street, Colonia San Bartolo Atepehuapan
- Southwest: Avenida 100 metros and Poniente 128 street, Colonia San Bartolo Atepehuapan
- North: Calle Poniente 134, Colonia Nueva Industrial
- South: Calle Poniente 134, Colonia Nueva Industrial
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