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List of Mexico City metro stations
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Table of contents
1 Line 1: Observatorio – Pantitlán
2 Line 2: Cuatro Caminos – Tasqueña
3 Line 3: Indios Verdes – Universidad
4 Line 4: Santa Anita – Martín Carrera
5 Line 5: Politécnico – Pantitlán
6 Line 6: El Rosario – Martín Carrera
7 Line 7: El Rosario – Barranca del Muerto
8 Line 8: Garibaldi – Constitución de 1917
9 Line 9: Tacubaya – Pantitlán
10 Line A: Pantitlán – La Paz
11 Line B: Buenavista – Ciudad Azteca
12 Xochimilco Light Rail: Tasqueña – Xochimilco
13 External link

Line 1: Observatorio – Pantitlán

Line colour: Pink
Length of passenger track: 16.654 km
Total track length: 18.828 km
Stations: 20
Prevailing direction: West to east, through the centre of the city
Inaugurated:

4 September 1969: Chapultepec to Zaragoza
11 April 1970: Chapultepec to Juanacatlán
20 November 1970: Juanacatlán to Tacubaya
10 June 1971: Tacubaya to Observatorio
22 August 1984: Zaragoza to Pantitlán

Observatorio  |  Tacubaya (+ Lines 7 & 9)  |  Juanacatlán  |  Chapultepec  |  Sevilla  |  Insurgentes  |  Cuauhtémoc  |  Balderas (+ Line 3)  |  Salto del Agua (+ Line 8)  |  Isabel la Católica  |  Pino Suárez (+ Line 2)  |  Merced  |  Candelaria (+ Line 4)  |  San Lázaro (+ Line B)  |  Moctezuma  |  Balbuena  |  Boulevard Puerto Aéreo  |  Gómez Farías  |  Zaragoza  |  Pantitlán (+ Lines 5, 9, & A)

Line 2: Cuatro Caminos – Tasqueña

Line colour: Blue
Length of passenger track: 20.713 km
Total track length: 23.431
Stations: 25
Prevailing direction: Northwest to south, through the centre of the city
Inaugurated:

1 August 1970: Pino Suárez to Tasqueña
14 September 1970: Pino Suárez to Tacuba
22 August 1984: Tacuba to Cuatro Caminos

Cuatro Caminos  |  Panteones  |  Tacuba (+ Line 7)  |  Cuitláhuac  |  Popotla  |  Colegio Militar  |  Normal  |  San Cosme  |  Revolución  |  Hidalgo (+ Line 3)  |  Bellas Artes (+ Line 8)  |  Allende  |  Zócalo  |  Pino Suárez (+ Line 1)  |  San Antonio Abad  |  Chabacano (+ Lines 8 & 9)  |  Viaducto  |  Xola  |  Villa de Cortés  |  Nativitas  |  Portales  |  Ermita  |  General Anaya  |  Tasqueña (+ Xochimilco Light Rail)

Line 3: Indios Verdes – Universidad

Line colour: Khaki green
Length of passenger track: 21.278 km
Total track length: 23.609 km
Stations: 21
Prevailing direction: North to south, through the centre of the city
Inaugurated:

20 November 1970: Tlatelolco to Hospital General
25 August 1978: Tlatelolco to La Raza
1 December 1979: La Raza to Indios Verdes
7 June 1980: Hospital General to Centro Médico
25 August 1980: Centro Médico to Zapata
30 August 1983: Zapata to Universidad

Indios Verdes  |  Deportivo 18 de Marzo (+ Line 6)  |  Potrero  |  La Raza (+ Line 5)  |  Tlatelolco  |  Guerrero (+ Line B)  |  Hidalgo (+ Line 2)  |  Juárez  |  Balderas (+ Line 1)  |  Niños Héroes  |  Hospital General  |  Centro Médico (+ Line 9)  |  Etiopía  |  Eugenia  |  División del Norte  |  Zapata  |  Coyoacán  |  Viveros  |  Miguel Ángel de Quevedo  |  Copilco  |  Universidad

Line 4: Santa Anita – Martín Carrera

Line colour: Aqua
Length of passenger track: 9.363 km
Total track length: 10.747 km
Stations: 10
Prevailing direction: North to south, to the east of the city centre
Inaugurated:

29 August 1981: Martín Carrera to Candelaria
26 May 1982: Candelaria to Santa Anita

Martín Carrera (+ Line 6)  |  Talismán  |  Bondojito  |  Consulado (+ Line 5)  |  Canal del Norte  |  Morelos (+ Line B)  |  Candelaria (+ Line 1)  |  Fray Servando  |  Jamaica (+ Line 9)  |  Santa Anita (+ Line 8)

Line 5: Politécnico – Pantitlán

Line colour: Yellow
Length of passenger track: 14.435 km
Total track length: 15.675 km
Stations: 13
Prevailing direction: North to east
Inaugurated:

19 December 1981: Pantitlán to Consulado
1 July 1982: Consulado to La Raza
30 August 1982: La Raza to Politécnico

Politécnico  |  Instituto del Petróleo (+ Line 6)  |  Autobuses del Norte  |  La Raza (+ Line 3)  |  Misterios  |  Valle Gómez  |  Consulado (+ Line 4)  |  Eduardo Molina  |  Aragón  |  Oceanía (+ Line B)  |  Terminal Aérea  |  Hangares  |  Pantitlán (+ Lines 1, 9, & A)

Line 6: El Rosario – Martín Carrera

Line colour: Scarlet
Length of passenger track: 11.434 km
Total track length: 13.947 km
Stations: 11
Prevailing direction: West to east, in the north of the city
Inaugurated:

21 December 1983: El Rosario to Instituto del Petróleo
8 July 1986: Instituto del Petróleo to Martín Carrera

El Rosario (+ Line 7)  |  Tezozomoc  |  Azcapotzalco  |  Ferrería  |  Norte 45  |  Vallejo  |  Instituto del Petróleo (+ Line 5)  |  Lindavista  |  Deportivo 18 de Marzo (+ Line 3)  |  La Villa-Basílica  |  Martín Carrera (+ Line 4)

Line 7: El Rosario – Barranca del Muerto

Line colour: Orange
Length of passenger track: 17.011 km
Total track length: 18.784 km
Stations: 14
Prevailing direction: North to south, west of the city centre
Inaugurated:

20 December 1984: Tacuba to Auditorio
22 August 1985: Auditorio to Tacubaya
19 December 1985: Tacubaya to Barranca
29 December 1988: Tacuba to El Rosario

El Rosario (+ Line 6)  |  Aquiles Serdán  |  Camarones  |  Refinería  |  Tacuba (+ Line 2)  |  San Joaquín  |  Polanco  |  Auditorio  |  Constituyentes  |  Tacubaya (+ Line 1 & 9)  |  San Pedro de los Pinos  |  San Antonio  |  Mixcoac  |  Barranca del Muerto

Line 8: Garibaldi – Constitución de 1917

Line colour: Bright Green
Length of passenger track: 16.679 km
Total track length: 20.078 km
Stations: 19
Prevailing direction: City centre to south-east
Inaugurated:

20 July 1994: Garibaldi to Constitución de 1917

Garibaldi (+ Line B)  |  Bellas Artes (+ Line 2)  |  San Juan de Letrán  |  Salto del Agua (+ Line 1)  |  Doctores  |  Obrera  |  Chabacano (+ Lines 2 & 9)  |  La Viga  |  Santa Anita (+ Line 4)  |  Coyuya  |  Iztacalco  |  Apatlaco  |  Aculco  |  Escuadrón 201  |  Atlatilco  |  Iztapalapa  |  Cerro de la Estrella  |  UAM-I  |  Constitución de 1917

Line 9: Tacubaya – Pantitlán

Line colour: Brown.
Length of passenger track: 13.033 km
Total track length: 15.375 km
Stations: 12
Prevailing direction: West to east, through the south of the city centre
Inaugurated:

26 August 1987: Pantitlán to Centro Médico
29 August 1988: Centro Médico to Tacubaya

Tacubaya (+ Lines 1 & 7)  |  Patriotismo  |  Chilpancingo  |  Centro Médico (+ Line 3)  |  Lázaro Cárdenas  |  Chabacano (+ Lines 2 & 8 )  |  Jamaica (+ Line 4)  |  Mixiuhca  |  Velódromo  |  Ciudad Deportiva  |  Puebla  |  Pantitlán (+ Lines 1, 5, & A)

Line A: Pantitlán – La Paz

Line colour: Plum-purple
Length of passenger track: 14.893 km
Total track length: 23.722 km
Stations: 10
Prevailing direction: East to far east
Inaugurated:

12 August 1991: Pantitlán to La Paz

Pantitlán (+ Lines 1, 5, 9)  |  Agricola Oriental  |  Canal de San Juan  |  Tepalcates  |  Guelatao  |  Peñón Viejo  |  Acatitla  |  Santa Marta  |  Los Reyes  |  La Paz

Line B: Buenavista – Ciudad Azteca

Line colour: Green-on-silver
Length of passenger track: 20.278 km
Total track length: 23.722 km
Stations: 21
Prevailing direction: City centre to far north-east
Inaugurated:

15 December 1999: Buenavista to Villa de Aragón
30 November 2000: Villa de Aragón to Ciudad Azteca

Buenavista  |  Guerrero (+ Line 3)  |  Garibaldi (+ Line 8)  |  Lagunilla  |  Tepito  |  Morelos (+ Line 4)  |  San Lázaro (+ Line 1)  |  Ricardo Flores Magón  |  Romero Rubio  |  Oceanía (+ Line 5)  |  Deportivo Oceanía  |  Bosque de Aragón  |  Villa de Aragón  |  Nezahualcóyotl  |  Impulsora  |  Río de los Remedios  |  Muzquiz  |  Tecnológico  |  Olímpica  |  Plaza Aragón  |  Ciudad Azteca

Xochimilco Light Rail: Tasqueña – Xochimilco

(not formally a part of the STC-Metro network)

External link