Cochabamba

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Overview - Cochabamba

Located in the Andes, Cochabamba is the capital of and the largest city by population in Cochabamba Province. It has approximately 630,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2012. The Cochabamba metropolitan area comprised 1,370,104 residents as of the 2012 INE census estimate.


Cochabamba's rapid transit network consists of two light rail services. It also has a tourist oriented gondola lift service not covered on this website.

Mi Tren

Opened 2022, Mi Tren (Tren Metropolitano de Cochabamba) consists of two light rail services that serve the city of Cochabamba, Bolivia and the surrounding suburbs.

Green Line (Línea Verde)

The Green Line of the Metropolitan Tram of Cochabamba is a light rail service on a East-West alignment. It runs from Avenida Ferroviaria in the west to Estación Central San Antonio in the east, serving 13 stations.


The Green Line was opened for trial service in September 2022, with full revenue service still pending as of writing. The Green Line is owned by the Ministry of Public Works, Services, and Housing, and is operated by the Unidad Técnica de Ferrocarriles.

Red Line (Línea Roja)

The Red Line of the Metropolitan Tram of Cochabamba is a light rail service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Estación Municipal Agronomía in the south to Estación Central San Antonio in the north, serving 8 stations.


The Red Line was opened for trial service in September 2022, with full revenue service still pending as of writing. The Red Line is owned by the Ministry of Public Works, Services, and Housing, and is operated by the Unidad Técnica de Ferrocarriles.

References & Helpful Links

Mi Tren at Wikipedia | Mi Tren at Wikipedia.es


Maps


Other Sources

Cochabamba, Bolivia at Urbanrail.net


Other Websites


External Citations

Asset Notes

Line colors taken from the Bolivian Flag on Wikipedia as of September 21, 2022.


Last Updated: Sep 21, 2022

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
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