The Lima Metro has just one line with 26 stations in 35 kms. The time to travel the whole line is approximately an hour. From Monday to Sunday trains run from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m Frequency varies according to the day and time.
Lima Metro, also called Tren Eléctrico, is a rapid transit metropolitan railway that serves Lima, the capital city of Peru. It provides a transport link between different suburbs of the city with more than eight million people. Line 1 of the Lima Metro was put into operation in January 2012.
What happened to the construction of Line 1 of Lima Metro?
The construction of Line 1 of Lima Metro remained paralyzed for over 20 years until it was resumed in 2010.
What is the longest metro line in Latin America?
At 35 km (22 mi) long, Metro Line 1 is the longest in the Americas and the longest bridge in Latin America. The elevated viaduct of the Metro railway was the longest in the world until it was surpassed by Wuhan Metro Line 1 in 2017. First logo used for the Lima Metro. Lima Metro at its beginnings.
How long is the Lima Metro Line 1 extension?
The third phase of Line 1 was completed on July 25, 2014, with the opening of the 12.4-kilometer (7.7 mi), ten-station extension of Line 1. With the extension now open, Line 1 is 34.6 kilometers (21.5 mi) in total serving 26 stations. Lima Metro Line 1 extension.