Red Line (Lisbon Metro)

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Red Line
Metropolitano Lisboa logo.svg MetroLisboa-linha-vermelha.png
Tren en el nivel inferior de la Estación de Oriente.jpg
Lisbon metro station Oriente
Overview
Other name(s)Orient Line
Native nameLinha Vermelha
OwnerGovernment-owned corporation
Locale Lisbon
Loures
 Portugal
TerminiSão Sebastião
Aeroporto
Connecting linesYellow Line
Logo CP 2.svg Logo Linha Sintra.png Logo la.png
Stations12
Service
TypeRapid Transit
SystemMetropolitano de Lisboa
Operator(s)Metropolitano de Lisboa, EPE
Rolling stockML90, ML95, ML97, ML99
History
OpenedMay 19, 1998 (24 years ago) (1998-05-19)
Technical
Line length10 km (6.2 mi)
CharacterUnderground subway
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification750 V DC third rail
Route map
poss. exp.
Campo de Ourique(proj.)
Amoreiras(proj.)
Campolide(proj.)
ventilation shaft
branch lineBlue Line
Blue LinePraça de Espanha
× Blue Line
00,000 São SebastiãoBlue Line
Blue LineParque
Yellow LineCampo Pequeno
× Yellow Line
SaldanhaYellow Line
Yellow LinePicoas
Técnico(proj. 1998)
starting pit
Green LineArroios
× Green Line
branch lineGreen Line
01,910 AlamedaGreen Line
Green LineAreeiro
OlaiasL. Cintura: Chelas (proj.)[1]
× L. Cintura
Bela Vista
Chelas
Olivais
Cabo Ruivo
06,951 OrienteL. Norte: Oriente
Moscavide
branch line
× branch line
poss. exp.
Encarnação
10,277 Aeroporto
poss. exp.
 Topographic map 
Linha vermelha metro lisboa.png

The Red Line (Portuguese: Linha Vermelha) or Orient Line (Portuguese: Linha do Oriente) is one of the four lines of the Lisbon Metro.

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