Jardim Zoológico (Lisbon Metro)

Jardim Zoológico station is part of the Blue Line of the Lisbon Metro.

Metropolitano Lisboa logo.svg Jardim Zoológico
MetroJardimZoo7.JPG
LocationPraça General Humberto Delgado, Lisbon
 Portugal
Coordinates38°44′31″N 9°10′7″W / 38.74194°N 9.16861°W / 38.74194; -9.16861Coordinates: 38°44′31″N 9°10′7″W / 38.74194°N 9.16861°W / 38.74194; -9.16861
Owned byGovernment-owned corporation
Operated byMetropolitano de Lisboa, EPE
Line(s)Blue Line
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Disabled accessno
ArchitectFalcão e Cunha
Other information
Station codeJZ
Fare zoneL
History
OpenedDecember 29, 1959 (61 years ago) (1959-12-29)
RebuiltJuly 25, 1995 (25 years ago) (1995-07-25)
Previous namesSete Rios
Services
Preceding station   Lisbon Metro   Following station
toward Reboleira
Blue Line
Reboleira
Reboleira railway station Bus interchange
Amadora Este
Bus interchange
Alfornelos
Pontinha
Bus interchange
Carnide
Colégio Militar/Luz
Bus interchange
Alto dos Moinhos
Laranjeiras
Jardim Zoológico
Sete Rios Railway station Bus interchange
Praça de Espanha
Bus interchange
São Sebastião
Parque
Marquês de Pombal
Bus interchange
Avenida
Restauradores
Rossio railway station
Baixa-Chiado
Terreiro do Paço
Transtejo & Soflusa
Santa Apolónia
Santa Apolónia railway station

HistoryEdit

It is one of the 11 stations that belong to the original Lisbon Metro network, opened in December 29, 1959. This station is located on Praça General Humberto Delgado, connecting to the Sete Rios Railway Station (Sintra and Azambuja Lines) and the Sete Rios Bus terminal. It takes its name from the nearby Lisbon Zoo.

The architectural design of the original station is by Falcão e Cunha. On July 25, 1995, the station was extended and refurbished, based on the architectural design of Benoliel de Carvalho.[1]

ConnectionsEdit

Urban busesEdit

CarrisEdit

AerobusEdit

RailEdit

Comboios de PortugalEdit

  • Sintra ⇄ Lisboa - Oriente
  • Sintra ⇄ Alverca
  • Alcântara-Terra ⇄ Castanheira do Ribatejo
  • Lisboa - Santa Apolónia ⇄ Leiria (Regional)
  • Lisboa - Santa Apolónia ⇄ Caldas da Rainha (Regional)
  • Lisboa - Santa Apolónia ⇄ Torres Vedras (Regional)
  • Lisboa - Oriente ⇄ Évora (Intercities)
  • Lisboa - Oriente ⇄ Faro (Intercities)[4]

FertagusEdit

  • Setúbal ⇄ Roma-Areeiro
  • Coina ⇄ Roma-Areeiro[5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Sete Rios". Metropolitano de Lisboa (in Portuguese). Transportes de Lisboa de Lisboa.
  2. ^ Seara.com. "http://www.carris.pt/en/home/". carris.pt. Retrieved 2017-07-16. External link in |title= (help)
  3. ^ "Aerobus | Airport Bus Transport - Home". aerobus.pt. Retrieved 2017-07-16.
  4. ^ Portugal, Comboios de. "CP.PT | Comboios de Portugal". CP.PT | Comboios de Portugal. Retrieved 2017-07-16.
  5. ^ "Fertagus". fertagus.pt. Archived from the original on 2017-06-06. Retrieved 2017-07-16.

External linksEdit

  Media related to Metro station Jardim Zoológico (Lisboa) at Wikimedia Commons