Metro porto map

metro porto map

What are the metro lines in Porto?

Porto’s metro lines. Line A (Blue): Estádio do Dragão - Senhor de Matosinhos. Line B (Red): Estádio do Dragão - Póvoa de Varzim. Line C (Green): Estádio do Dragão - ISMAI. Line E (Purple): Estádio do Dragão – Airport.

How do I get around in Porto?

Porto has a light rail transportation system that mostly resembles a tram. There are 6 lines, 81 stations and a 67-kilometer (42-mile) route. The metro operates from 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Fares are calculated by zone and a basic ticket is €1.20 ($US 1.36) Service is available from the metro to the Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport.

Who are the operating partners of the Porto Metro?

The Porto Metro’s operating partners are: The Metropolitan Area with 39.99% share, the Portuguese State with 40%, Public Transport Society of Porto with 16.67%, CP Caminhos de Ferro Protugueses E.P with 3.33% and Cámaras Municipales do Porto, V.N. Gaia, Matosinhos, Maia, Villa do Conde, Póvoa de Varzim and Gondomar.com with a 0.0005% share.

How safe is Porto Metro?

Porto is an extremely safe city and its metro is no exception. I have never had any problems in Porto Metro. Some lines can, however, be a bit less safe than others, since they operate between neighbourhoods that are not the safest around. But in general, there are no incidents in Porto metro, so you can use it as you need. Is Porto Metro fast?

How many stations are in the Porto Metro?

The Porto Metro consists of 81 stations located along 6 lines. Each line is identified by a letter and a color. The central system’s main corridor is Trindade through which all the lines pass. This line is distinguished by the color blue and runs from Estádio do Dragão to Senhor de Matosinhos.

What is the name of the metro train in Portugal?

Porto Metro train. Line A (blue line) between Senhor de Matosinhos and Trindade in central Porto was the first Porto Metro line to open, in 2002. The line was extended in 2004 to Estádio do Dragão, in time for the Euro 2004 Football championship. On April 14, 2005, Line B (red line) opened.

Where do the lines meet in Porto Metro?

Line E (Purple): Estádio do Dragão – Airport. Line F (Orange): Fânzeres - Senhora da Hora. Out of all the stops, the most important is Trinidade. It is where all the lines meet, including the yellow line. Porto Metro opens every day at 6 am and the last train departs at 1 am. Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes.

Which stop is the most important in Porto Metro?

Out of all the stops, the most important is Trinidade. It is where all the lines meet, including the yellow line. Porto Metro opens every day at 6 am and the last train departs at 1 am. Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes.

How to use Porto Metro?

Porto metro has a very easy to use website with all the features you need, including a journey planner in which you can enter the station you depart from and the one you want to go to. Then, you will find the quickest journey, the departing hours available and the estimated fare you will have to pay.

When does Porto Metro open and close?

Porto Metro opens every day at 6 am and the last train departs at 1 am. Depending on the time of day, the metro can pass every 4 to 15 minutes. A single ticket costs € 1.20 ( US$ 1.40).

Is there a metro system in Portugal?

Metros in Portugal: Porto Metro. Porto has a light rail metropolitan transit system that mostly resembles a tram. However, it can be distinguished by the exclusive routes it serves and the streets solely accessible by its vehicles. The system serves seven of the metropolitan’s municipalities.

What cities are in the Porto Metro?

The municipalities, accessible by the Porto Metro include: Porto in Zone C1, Gondomar in Zone C8, Vila Nova de Gaia in Zone S8, Póvoa de Varzim in Zone N°3, Matosinhos in Zone C3, Vila do Conde and Maia in Zone C5.

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