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

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” LineĀ (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 Tech District Now Home To 155 Companies

New construction activity may have ground to a halt in more developed areas of Buenos Aires, but that’s not the case in the southern barrio of Parque Patricios. The Buenos Aires Tech District and the generous tax incentives associated with launching or relocating a company in the district are spurring new commercial and residential construction, as well as the renovation …

Final Three Stations For Subte’s H Line Win Approval

The missing piece of the underground puzzle connecting northern and southern Buenos Aires finally won unanimous approval yesterday, and three new stations will complete the northern loop to Retiro. The H Line of the Subte, which currently stops at Pueyrredon and Corrientes, will now extend north along Avenida Pueyrredon, intersect the D Line’s Pueyrredon station at Avenida Santa Fe, jog …

Buenos Aires Subte Adding Five New Stations This Year

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 …

Renovated Buenos Aires Subway Line Puts The “A” In Artwork

The “A” Line of the Buenos Aires Subte reopens this week, and new Chinese trains aren’t the only upgrade passengers will notice along the century-old subway line. The seventeen stops from Carabobo to Plaza de Mayo will look more like underground art galleries than subway stations, according to La Nacion’s Laura Rocha. All “A” Line stations have been scrubbed, patched, …