|Location||Rizal Avenue cor. Carriedo Street|
Santa Cruz and Quiapo, Manila
|Owned by||Department of Transportation – Light Rail Transit Authority|
|Operated by||Light Rail Manila Corporation|
|Connections||Buses, jeepneys, taxis, cycle rickshaws, and kalesas|
|Opened||May 12, 1985|
Carriedo is the first station north of the Pasig River. It is the tenth station for trains headed to Roosevelt and the eleventh station for trains headed to Baclaran. It is named after Carriedo Street, which crosses below it. It is also the only station on the entire line with a canopy roof with the others being fully-roofed.
Due to Carriedo station's location being near three districts, namely, Santa Cruz, Binondo, and Quiapo, the station is served by many forms of public transport. Buses serving the Taft Avenue and Rizal Avenue routes and nearby routes, jeepneys, taxis, tricycles, and kalesas stop at and around the station. Kalesas and tricycles are particularly used in Binondo, due to the district's narrow streets.
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