Lindavista metro station

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Metro Lindavista pictogram.svg Lindavista
STC rapid transit
Metro In Lindavista (110665949).jpeg
The station in 2015
LocationColector 13 street
Lindavista, Gustavo A. Madero
Mexico City
Mexico
Coordinates19°29′16″N 99°08′05″W / 19.487712°N 99.13466°W / 19.487712; -99.13466Coordinates: 19°29′16″N 99°08′05″W / 19.487712°N 99.13466°W / 19.487712; -99.13466
Platforms2 side platforms
Tracks2
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
Disabled accessNo
History
Opened8 July 1986
Passengers
20186,694,207[1]
Rank96/195[1]
Services
Preceding station Mexico City Metro.svg STC Following station
Instituto del Petróleo
toward El Rosario
Line 6 Deportivo 18 de Marzo
Route map
El Rosario workshops
El Rosario
Mexico City Metro Line 7
Tezozómoc
UAM-Azcapotzalco
Ferrería/Arena Ciudad de México
Tren Suburbano
Norte 45
Vallejo
Instituto del Petróleo
Mexico City Metro Line 5
Lindavista
Deportivo 18 de Marzo
Mexico City Metro Line 3
La Villa-Basílica
Martín Carerra
Mexico City Metro Line 4
Location
Lindavista is located in Mexico City
Lindavista
Metro Lindavista pictogram.svg Lindavista
Location within Mexico City

Metro Lindavista is a metro station along Line 6 of the Mexico City Metro.[2][3] It is located in the Gustavo A. Madero municipality. In 2019, the station had an average ridership of 17,948 passengers per day.[4]

Name and pictogram[edit]

The station is located and primarily serves the Lindavista neighborhood, a middle-class residential zone in the Gustavo A. Madero municipality in northern Mexico City. Therefore, the station drew its name from the neighborhood.[2] Its pictogram depicts the silhouette of the nearby Saint Cajetan church, which, itself, is another symbol of Lindavista.[2][3]

General information[edit]

Metro Lindavista opened on 8 July 1986 as part of the second and final stretch of Line 6, going from Instituto del Petróleo to Martín Carrera, the line's current eastern terminus.[5]

El muro de los lamentos, a mural by Daniel Kent can be found within the station.

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "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.
  2. ^ a b c "Lindavista" (in Spanish). Retrieved 5 April 2020.
  3. ^ a b Archambault, Richard. "Lindavista » Mexico City Metro System". Retrieved 3 August 2011.
  4. ^ "Estaciones de mayor afluencia 2019" (in Spanish). Metro CDMX. Retrieved 30 March 2020.
  5. ^ Monroy, Marco. Schwandl, Robert (ed.). "Opening Dates for Mexico City's Subway". Retrieved 3 August 2011.

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