São Paulo Metro

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Train of Line 2 of system
Map system of São Paulo Metro

The São Paulo Metro (Portuguese: Metropolitano de São Paulo) is a metro system serving the city of São Paulo. Is controlled and monitored by Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo, in addition to carrying around every day 3,4 million passengers. It was founded on April 24, 1968 and opened on September 14, 1974. It has five lines, 74 kilometers and 64 stations. It is currently booming. It is the largest and the first rapid transit system in Brazil

Lines[change | change source]

Lines Destinations Length Stations Line completion Newest station

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1 Tucuruvi – Jabaquara 20,2 km 23 1974 1975 - 1998
2 Vila Madalena – Vila Prudente 14,7 km 14 1991 1992 - 1998 - 2006 - 2010
3 Barra Funda – Corinthians-Itaquera 22,0 km 18 1979 1981 - 1983 - 1986 - 1988
4 Vila Sônia – Luz 12,8 km 11 2010 (Prevision by 2011 - 2012)
5 Capão Redondo – Largo Treze 8,4 km 6 2002 (Prevision by 2013)

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