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Buenos Aires to open six new subway stations in 2011 (Argentina)
2011-01-31
The government of Argentine capital Buenos Aires expects to open six new subway stations in 2011, according to a city government release.

 

Two new stations will open on line B, Esteban Echeverría and Juan Manuel Rosas. The line will now end at Franklin D Roosevelt avenue, allowing passengers to connect to the José León Suárez suburban train line operated by TBA.

 

State-owned subway company SBASE is currently completing work on the stations, which should open by Q4.

 

Other expansion works for 2011 include opening two stations on line A - San Pedrito and Nazca - and another two on line H, which will connect sectors Pompeya and Retiro.

 

The city government will invest a total of US$200mn in the subway network in 2011.


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