Palmeiras–Barra Funda (São Paulo Metro)

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São Paulo Metro logo.png Palmeiras–Barra Funda
Coordinates 23°31′32″S 46°40′02″W / 23.525505°S 46.667358°W / -23.525505; -46.667358Coordinates: 23°31′32″S 46°40′02″W / 23.525505°S 46.667358°W / -23.525505; -46.667358
Platforms Side platforms and Island platforms
Connections Urban and Intercity Bus Terminals
Construction
Structure type at-grade
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code BFU
History
Opened December 18, 1988
Previous names Barra Funda
Services
Preceding station   São Paulo Metro   Following station
Terminus Line 3
Preceding station   CPTM   Following station
toward Jundiaí
Line 7 Line 7.tiff
Terminus
toward Amador Bueno
Line 8 Line 8.tiff
Terminus

Palmeiras–Barra Funda or just Barra Funda is a station on Line 3 (Red) of the São Paulo Metro[1] and Lines 7 (Ruby) and 8 (Diamond) of the CPTM commuter train.[2] The metro station is inside the Palmeiras–Barra Funda Intermodal Terminal, a major transit station in São Paulo. The complex contains municipal, intercity, and metropolitan bus lines; metro; and commuter rail terminals. Since 2006, the station was known as Palmeiras–Barra Funda, named after football club Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras.

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