New Buenos Aires Subway Station Improves Commute Times

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New Buenos Aires Subway Station Improves Commute Times A new, long-awaited subway station opened this week on the H Line of the Buenos Aires Subte which is expected to boost ridership, improve system access, and reduce transit times for commuters in the City of Buenos Aires. The new Santa Fe station in Recoleta is another positive step forward for the oft-delayed, highly-politicized …

Subte’s New “F” Line Will Be The Busiest In Buenos Aires

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Super Size It. That’s what the City of Buenos Aires is planning to do with the next Subte line which will undoubtedly be the city’s busiest when it officially opens in 2019. The “F” Line (Map) is scheduled to run from the Constitucion train station in the south to the Plaza Italia station in Palermo. Along the way, the “F” will …

Buenos Aires Subte Adding Five New Stations This Year

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After years of delays due to political battles and a lack of new trains, the City of Buenos Aires plans to open five new Subte stations this year along the A, B and H Lines. The first station, Hospitales on the H Line, opens this month followed by Echeverria and Juan Manuel de Rosas on the B Line in July …

2013 Brings New Ownership, Trains & WiFi For BA Subte

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After a tumultuous 2012 marked by a record number of strikes including the marathon 10-day work stoppage last August, the City of Buenos Aires officially assumed control of the Subte on New Year’s Day 2013, and the City wasted little time in announcing long overdue equipment upgrades. This is good news considering the positive correlation between BA property values and …

China to Finance Construction of Buenos Aires Subte’s New G Line

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We’ve often remarked that China wants to rebuild Argentina’s entire rail infrastructure to speed up the delivery of Argentine commodities to dinner tables in Beijing and Guangzhou. Now it seems the Chinese will also be expediting the commute times of white collar portenos to their offices downtown. Buenos Aires Minister of Finance Nestor Grindetti traveled to China last week with …