Cuitláhuac metro station
|STC rapid transit|
Popotla, Miguel Hidalgo
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||14 September 1970|
|2019||6,794,715  0.4%|
Metro Cuitláhuac is a station on the Mexico City Metro. It is located in the Colonia Popotla and Colonia San Álvaro districts in the Miguel Hidalgo municipality of Mexico City, to the northwest of the city centre. It lies along Line 2. In 2019 the station had an average ridership of 18,616 passengers per day.
Name and pictogram
The station's name comes from nearby Avenida Cuitláhuac, an avenue named in honour of Cultlahuanctzin (whose name was later changed into Spanish language as "Cuitláhuac"). He was the tenth, and penultimate, Aztec emperor and the one who defeated Hernán Cortés in the Battle of La Noche Triste ("Sad Night") in 1520. The station pictogram depicts an Aztec battle shield.
Metro Cuitláhuac is also close to Avenida México-Tacuba, one of the most important avenues in the city built on the former route of one of Tenochtitláns three main avenues into the mainland. The station also connects with trolleybus Line "I", which runs between Metro El Rosario and Metro Chapultepec.
|Annual passenger ridership|
|Year||Ridership||Average daily||Rank||% Change||Ref.|
- South: Calzada México-Tacuba and Avenida Cuitláhuac, Popotla
- North: Calzada México-Tacuba and Avenida Cuitláhuac, Colonia San Álvaro
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- "Afluencia de estación por línea 2018" (in Spanish). Sistema Transporte Colectivo Metro. 2019. Archived from the original on 6 June 2019. Retrieved 8 April 2020.
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