Neuquén, Neuquén, Argentina
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Overview - Neuquén
Located where the Limay and Neuquén Rivers become the Río Negro, Neuquén is the capital of and largest city in Neuquén Province. It has approximately 230,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2010. The Neuquén metropolitan area comprised 341,301 residents as of the 2010 INDEC census estimate.
Neuquén's rapid transit network consists of a bus rapid transit open busway. It also has a commuter rail service.
Opened 2019, Metrobús Neuquén consists of a bus rapid transit open busway that serves the city of Neuquén, Argentina and the surrounding suburbs.
Metrobús Neuquén is a bus rapid transit open busway on an East-West alignment. It runs from Novella in the west to Gral Fotheringham in the east, serving 13 stations along Av. del Trabajador.
Metrobús Neuquén was opened in February 2019 and the last extension to the line was the completion of phase 2 to Gral Fotheringham in August 2019.
Tren del Valle
Tren del Valle
Tren del Valle is a commuter rail service on an East-West alignment. It runs from Plottier in the west to Cipolletti in the east via Neuquén, serving 3 stations.
Tren del Valle began service in July 2015 and the last extension to the line was to Plottier in March 2021.
References & Helpful Links
Official Website for Metrobús Neuquén: Metrobús Neuquén
Official Website for Tren del Valle: Trenes Argentinos
Official Line Map - Metrobús Neuquén [PDF] [Last Accessed October 1, 2021]
Color for Metrobús taken from Metrobús logo on Wikipedia.
Color for Tren del Valle taken from timetable as of October 01, 2021.