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MetroCable Medellin Línea J
Medellin

El Metro posee actualmente 2 líneas con tecnología Metrocable:

La línea K recorre 2 kilómetros en el nororiente de la ciudad. Está conectada al sistema Metro en la estación Acevedo y los usuarios pueden hacer transferencia sin pagar un valor adicional. Las estaciones de la línea K son Andalucía, Popular y Santo Domingo, donde las cabinas retornan hacía el Metro.


La línea J recorre 2.9 kilómetros en el Occidente de Medellín. Está conectada al sistema Metro en la estación San Javier y los usuarios pueden hacer transferencia sin pagar un valor adicional. Las estaciones de la línea J son Juan XXIII, Vallejuelos y La Aurora, donde las cabinas retornan hacía el Metro.


La Línea L recorre 4.6 Kilometros entre la estación de transferencia en Santo Domingo y la vereda El Tambo donde se encuentra la segunda y última estación. Es la primera línea turística del Metro que funcionó inicialmente con 27 cabinas y en 2011 aumentó su capacidad a 55 cabinas. La línea tiene incidencia en el corregimiento de Santa Elena y en algunos barrios de la Comuna 1 como Santo Domingo Savio, La Esperanza y La Avanzada.

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Copyright: H.David Muñoz Rv360
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Taken: 26/09/2012
Uploaded: 26/09/2012
Updated: 03/10/2014
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Tags: metrocable; medellin; metro; linea j; san javier
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