Unión Latinoamericana metro station

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Santiago Metro logo.png Unión Latinoamericana
Santiago Metro station
Tren en ULA.jpg
Location Alameda / Unión Americana Street
Coordinates 33°26′58.57″S 70°40′27.40″W / 33.4496028°S 70.6742778°W / -33.4496028; -70.6742778Coordinates: 33°26′58.57″S 70°40′27.40″W / 33.4496028°S 70.6742778°W / -33.4496028; -70.6742778
Line(s) Santiago de Chile L1.svg Line 1
Platforms 2 side platforms
Tracks 2
Connections Transantiago buses
Opened September 15, 1975 (1975-09-15)[1]
Preceding station   Santiago Metro   Following station
toward San Pablo
Line 1

Unión Latinoamericana, also known as ULA, is an underground metro station on the Line 1 of the Santiago Metro, in Santiago, Chile. It is close to Víctor Jara Stadium.

It has a single mezzanine, which is accessed by four entrances via two corridors. There are stairs at the four corners of the mezzanine, which are used as one-way walkways, although the stairs that go from the paid area of the mezzanine to the platforms can be used in a reverse direction for crossover between the platforms. At the top of the platforms exit stairs there are two rows of manual one-way swing gates.


  1. ^ "Historia" [History]. Metro de Santiago (in Spanish). Metro S.A. Retrieved September 8, 2012.