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Santa Isabel metro station

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Line(s)  Line 5
Connections  Transantiago buses
Opened  5 April 1997
Tracks  2
Disabled access  Yes
Platforms in use  2
Santa Isabel metro station
Location  General Bustamante Avenue / Santa Isabel Avenue
Address  Providencia, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
Similar  Irarrázaval metro station, Santa Lucía metro stat, Santa Ana metro station, Pedro de Valdivia metro stat, La Moneda metro station

Santa Isabel is a metro station on Line 5 of the Santiago Metro, in Santiago, Chile. It takes its name from its location beneath the intersection of Avenida General Bustamante with Avenida Santa Isabel, the intersection that delineates the communes of Providencia, Ñuñoa and Santiago. The station is located underground, between the stations Parque Bustamante to the north and Irarrázaval to the south.

Access to Santa Isabel metro station is via Santa Isabel Avenue, at its east and west intersection with General Bustamante Avenue. The station also has disability access.

References

Santa Isabel metro station Wikipedia


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