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Santiago Metro

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Metro de Santiago the underground train in Chile

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World Metro Systems: Santiago Metro

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Inneo Fully Automated Metros for Metro de Santiago, Chile

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Metro Los Cerrillos in Santiago, Chile

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1975 Santiago Metro Rail Transit Authority

The Santiago Metro is the underground railway network serving the city of Santiago, Chile. This network is one of the most modern in Latin America, being the third largest following the Mexico City Metro and the Metropolitan System of Sao Paulo, and it is 7th in frequency worldwide. It currently has six lines, 107 stations, and 118 kilometres (73.3 mi) of revenue route. This service is managed by the state-owned Metro S.A. and is the first of four urban railway systems in Chile, along with the Biotrén of Concepción (1999), Merval of Valparaíso (2005) and inter-urban Metrotrén service (2017).
  • History and development 

  • Rolling stock 

  • Art in the Metro 

  • Station amenities 

  • Pricing and working hours