Sacomã Terminal

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Sacomã Terminal
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Coordinates 23°36′11″S 46°36′10″W / 23.60306°S 46.60278°W / -23.60306; -46.60278Coordinates: 23°36′11″S 46°36′10″W / 23.60306°S 46.60278°W / -23.60306; -46.60278
Line(s) Expresso Tiradentes
Platforms 6 for local and intercity buses
1 island platform for BRT
Connections Line 2.tiff SP Metro station
Construction
Platform levels 3
History
Opened ????

Sacomã Terminal is a large bus terminal in São Paulo, Brazil. Together with the Mercado, Vila Prudente, and Cidade Tiradentes Terminals it forms the Expresso Tiradentes, a corridor exclusively used by buses. The Sacomã Metro station is located within the complex. Before the opening of the terminal, much of the municipal lines (from SPTrans) had a terminus in Parque Dom Pedro II Terminal, in downtown São Paulo.

The station has 3 levels.

  • Top floor: Expresso Tiradentes station
  • Mezzanine: ticketing office, ATMs, cafeteria, operational control center, health and other services. Access to the Sacomã Metro Station is through a walkway.
  • Ground floor: Access to city buses (platforms 1, 2, 3 and 4) and intercity buses (platforms 5 and 6).