Serving mainly the Santiago province and part of the Cordillera province , it currently consists of seven lines numbered and 4A , stations, and kilometres The Santiago Metro carries around 2. This figure represents an increase of more than a million passengers per day compared to , when the ambitious Transantiago project was launched, in which the metro plays an important role in the public transport system serving the city. Its highest passenger peak was reached on 31 October , reaching 2,, passengers. In June the government announced plans for the construction of Line 7, connecting Renca in the northwest of Santiago with Vitacura in the northeast. The new line will add
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It will also intersect and the future Line 7 at Baquedano station. Its distinctive colour on the network line map is green. In , Line 5 accounted for This extension included a station at Plaza de Armas central square, allowing commuters to interchange with Line 2 in Santa Ana , reducing travel time between the centre and the east of the city.
The line was extended again on March 31, , opening Quinta Normal station and Cumming station to the public. Quinta Normal station is one of the biggest on the Metro network, with space for hosting cultural events, and connects to Quinta Normal Park , where the Chilean National Museum of Natural History and a branch of the Santiago Museum of Contemporary Art are located. It also provided a larger hub for the influx of people coming up from Line 4 than Bellavista de La Florida station.
On November 17, , an express service began to run on Line 4 at peak times, stopping at certain stations only to allow for faster journeys. Libertad is a ghost station on Line 5 located between Quinta Normal station and Cumming station. The station was never finished and never opened, due to the low density of population living in the area or traveling through it.
In October , the metro network suffered major damage to its stations because of protests. Due to the lesser amount of damages on Line 5 compared to some areas of the metro network, full service on the line was expected to resume within two months of the end of the protests. Service on Line 5 was partially restored on October 25, , with express service between Quinta Normal and Vicente Valdes. The express service  works during peak hours and allows trains to stop at alternate stations, reducing the number of stops and the duration of journeys.
The express service works from Monday to Friday, between 6am - 9am and 6pm - 9pm. There are 13 stations where both red and green route trains stop. They are the busiest stations and give commuters the chance to change between routes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Santiago Metro Line 5 Line 5. Further information: Chilean protests. Santiago Metro. Categories : Santiago Metro.
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Inaugurated in , it had some difficulties meeting user requirements. Since then it has slowly been upgraded to improve travel times and comfort. This charge card is what allows you to pay any of your trips on public transportation. It can be purchased in most kiosks or Bip centers for approximately 3 USD. You can recharge it at any metro station or corner store with the Bip logo.
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