María Auxiliadora station

María Auxiliadora is a Lima Metro station on Line 1. The station is located between Villa María and San Juan. It was inaugurated on 28 April 1990 as part of the first section of the line between Villa El Salvador and Atocongo. However, commercial service only started on 18 January 2003, was suspended in July 2003 due to the lack of funds, and resumed only on Saturdays and Sundays on 17 January 2004. The full revenue service started on 3 January 2012, with trains running to Miguel Grau.[1][2]

María Auxiliadora
Lima Metro station
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María Auxiliadora station in 2013
General information
LocationPeru
Coordinates12°09′38.8″S 76°57′23.6″W / 12.160778°S 76.956556°W / -12.160778; -76.956556Coordinates: 12°09′38.8″S 76°57′23.6″W / 12.160778°S 76.956556°W / -12.160778; -76.956556
Line(s)Line 1
History
Opened28 April 1990 (1990-04-28)
Services
Preceding station Lima Metro logo 2.svg Lima Metro Following station
Villa María Line 1 San Juan
toward Bayóvar

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Lima". urbanrail.
  2. ^ Yury Maller. "Lima Metro". Stefan Mashkevich.