Santa Ana metro station
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|Santiago Metro station|
Santa Ana station on the Line 2.
|Line(s)|| Line 2
|Platforms||2 side platforms at each line|
|Tracks||2 per line|
|Opened||September 15, 1987 (Line 2)
March 2, 2000 (Line 5)
Santa Ana is a transfer station between Line 2 and Line 5 of the Santiago Metro. It was initially a single-line station on Line 2, subsequently in 1998, the station began to be adapted to become a transfer station, as a part of the extension of Line 5 from Baquedano metro station to Santa Ana station, in which the New Austrian Tunnelling method was used.
The older portion of the station occupies part of the central reservation of the Autopista Central, which is sunken. Two street-level mezzanines at the northern and southern extremes of the station are connected with bridges traversing the highway.
The station receives its name from the nearby Santa Ana church.
- "Historia" [History]. Metro de Santiago. September 30, 2015.
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