Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia
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Overview - Barranquilla
Located on the Magdalena River, Barranquilla is the capital of and the largest city by population in Atlántico. It has approximately 1,206,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2018. The Barranquilla metropolitan area comprised 2,370,753 residents as of the 2018 DANE census.
Barranquilla's rapid transit network consists of three bus rapid transit lines.
Opened 2010, Transmetro Barranquilla consists of three bus rapid transit lines that serve the city of Barranquilla, Colombia and the surrounding suburbs. There are three stopping services serving the trunk lines - each 'service' uses a different designation depending on the direction - services starting with S serve stations on the way to Portal de Soledad, services starting with R serve stations on the way to Estación Retorno Joe Arroyo, and services starting with B serve stations on the way to Parque Cultural del Caribe (and the Portal de Barranquillita).
Transmetro Troncal Murillo is a bus rapid transit line on a North-South alignment. It runs from Portal de Soledad in the south to La Arenosa in the north before through-operating into Troncal Olaya, serving 11 stations along Av. Murillo.
Troncal Murillo was opened in July 2010.
Troncal Olaya Herrera
Transmetro Troncal Olaya Herrera is a bus rapid transit line on an East-West alignment. It runs from Joe Arroyo in the west to Parque Cultural del Caribe in the east, serving 6 stations along Av. Olaya Herrera.
Troncal Olaya Herrera was opened in July 2010.
References & Helpful Links
Official Website for Transmetro Barranquilla: Transmetro
All colors taken from the SVG icon at the '¿Recomendaría usted el servicio de Transmetro?' part of each page on the official website as of March 21, 2021.