Regina (Monterrey Metro)

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Regina Station.jpg
One of the two truncated cone entrances
Location Monterrey
Nuevo León, Mexico
Coordinates 25°42′28″N 100°18′51″W / 25.7079°N 100.3141°W / 25.7079; -100.3141Coordinates: 25°42′28″N 100°18′51″W / 25.7079°N 100.3141°W / 25.7079; -100.3141
Operated by STC Metrorrey
Opened October 31, 2007[1]
Preceding station   Monterrey Metro   Following station
toward Sendero
Line 2
toward Zaragoza
Regina Station logo

The Regina Station (Spanish: Estación Regina) is a station on Line 2 of the Monterrey Metro. It is located along Alfonso Reyes Avenue where it is intersected by Juan Sánchez Azcona street.

This station is three blocks away from the Monumental Monterrey (Monterrey's main Bullfighting ring)[2] and across the street from the Coca-Cola bottler. Its logo represents the architecture of the station's entrance, and it is accessible for people with disabilities.

This station was inaugurated on October 31, 2007.[1] It was part of the first stage of the Line 2 expansion (along with Niños Heroes Station and Universidad), being the only underground station of the Line 2 extension project.

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  1. ^ a b "STC Metrorrey - Gobierno del Estado de Nuevo León, México: HISTORIA" (in Spanish). Retrieved July 13, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Sitio Oficial de la Monumental Monterrey "Lorenzo Garza"" (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 July 2011.