Indios Verdes metro station

Indios Verdes is a station on the Mexico City Metro. Indios Verdes, located in the northern reaches of Mexico City, is the current terminal station for the Metro's Line 3. In 2019, the station had an average ridership of 118,633 passengers per day, making it the second busiest station in the entire network after Pantitlán.[2]

Indios Verdes
Mexico City Metro
STC rapid transit
Indios Verdes platforms.jpg
Platforms of the station
LocationAvenida de los Insurgentes Norte
Gustavo A. Madero
Mexico City
Coordinates19°29′43″N 99°07′10″W / 19.495358°N 99.119468°W / 19.495358; -99.119468Coordinates: 19°29′43″N 99°07′10″W / 19.495358°N 99.119468°W / 19.495358; -99.119468
Platforms2 island platforms
ConnectionsMexico City Metrobús Line 1 icon.svg Indios Verdes
Mexico City Metrobús Line 7 icon.svg Indios Verdes
Mexibús Indios Verdes
Structure typeSurface
Platform levels1
Bicycle facilitiesNo
Disabled accessYes
Opened1 December 1979
Preceding station Mexico City Metro.svg STC Following station
Terminus Line 3 Deportivo 18 de Marzo
Indios Verdes is located in Mexico City
Indios Verdes
Indios Verdes
Location within Mexico City

General informationEdit

Indios Verdes literally means "Green Indians". The station and its surrounding area have this name because of nearby monuments to two Aztec emperors, Itzcoatl and Ahuizotl. The two statues – originally planned to be sited in a more central location on Paseo de la Reforma – were made of cast bronze, and the metal has turned green with the passage of time and the effects of the weather. Because of this, people began to call the monuments los indios verdes. The Metro Indios Verdes station logo depicts the statues' silhouettes.

The station has two island platforms, one for arriving and one for departing trains.

Metro Indios Verdes station plays an important role in transportation for both Mexico City and areas of the surrounding state of México. The station has many entrances and exits, and it connects with many bus and microbuses routes, most of them serving areas in the Estado de México such as Lechería, Tlalnepantla de Baz, Texcoco, towns like Tepexpan and Otumba, and the archaeological zone of Teotihuacán. This station is located near the Mexico City to Nuevo Laredo highway.

The "Metrobús" bus rapid transit line was constructed near the metro terminal in 2005; it runs from Metro Indios Verdes all the way down Avenida Insurgentes to Monumento al Caminero in the south of Mexico City.

Indios Verdes is one of the busiest stations in the system, with 46.7 million passenger boardings in 2012.[3]



  1. ^ a b "Afluencia de estación por línea 2018" (in Spanish). Sistema Transporte Colectivo Metro. 2019. Archived from the original on 6 June 2019. Retrieved 7 April 2020.
  2. ^ "Estaciones de mayor afluencia 2019" (in Spanish). Metro CDMX. Retrieved 29 March 2020.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-10-14. Retrieved 2014-12-08.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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