Quiroga (TransMilenio)

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Olaya Troncal Caracas Sur Calle 40 Sur
Location Avenida Caracas
with Calles 32 sur and 33 sur
Neighborhood Rafael Uribe Uribe
Opened 2000

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


The station is located in southern Bogotá, specifically on Avenida Caracas with Calles 32 and 33 sur.


At the beginning of 2001, the second phase of the Caracas line of the system was opened from Tercer Milenio to the intermediate station Calle 40 Sur. A few months later, service was extended south to Portal de Usme.

The station is named Quiroga due to its proximity to the neighborhood of Quiroga .

In 2004, two passengers died and two others injured by an explosion of four kilograms of ammonal.

Station Services[edit]

Old trunk services[edit]

Services rendered until April 29, 2006
Kind Routes Frequency
Current 2 Portal Norte 3 Portal Norte Every 3 minutes on average

Main line service[edit]

Service as of April 29, 2006
Type Northern Routes Southern Routes Frequency
D3 C4
H3 H4
Every three minutes
Express Monday through Saturday
All day
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.

See also[edit]

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