Mitras metro station

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Mitras Station (Spanish: Estación Mitras) is a station on Line 1 of the Monterrey Metro. It is located in the intersection of Simón Bolívar and Ruiz Cortinez Avenues in Monterrey, México. This station is located in the Colon Avenue in the northeast side of the Monterrey Centre. The station was opened on 25 April 1991 as part of the inaugural section of Line 1, between San Bernabé and Exposición.[1]

Mitrasstation mtymetro.png Mitras
Mitras Station.jpg
LocationMonterrey, Nuevo León
Mexico
Coordinates25°42′20″N 100°20′33″W / 25.70556°N 100.34250°W / 25.70556; -100.34250Coordinates: 25°42′20″N 100°20′33″W / 25.70556°N 100.34250°W / 25.70556; -100.34250
Operated bySTC Metrorrey
Services
Preceding station Mapa del Metrorrey.svg Metrorrey Following station
Alfonso Reyes
toward Talleres
Line 1 Simón Bolívar

This station serves the Mitras Norte and Bernardo Reyes neighborhoods (Colonias Mitras Norte y Bernardo Reyes). It is accessible for people with disabilities.

This station is named after the Mitras neighborhood, and its logo represents the Cerro de las Mitras ('Miter Hill').

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Monterrey". urbanrail. Archived from the original on 2009-05-31. Retrieved 2019-10-08.