Tiradentes (São Paulo Metro)

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Tiradentes
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General information
LocationAv. Tiradentes, 551
Bom Retiro
Brazil
Coordinates 23°31′51″S46°37′55″W / 23.530832°S 46.631963°W / -23.530832; -46.631963
Owned by Bandeira do estado de Sao Paulo.svg Government of the State of São Paulo
Operated by Metro-SP icon.svg Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo
Platforms Side platforms
Construction
Structure typeUnderground
AccessibleYes
ArchitectFlávio Marcondes [1]
Other information
Station codeTRD
History
Opened29 September 1975
Passengers
16,000/business day [2]
Services
Preceding station São Paulo Metro Following station
Armênia
towards Tucuruvi
Line 1 Luz
towards Jabaquara

Tiradentes is a metro station on São Paulo Metro Line 1-Blue, located in the district of Bom Retiro, in São Paulo.

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Characteristics

It is an underground station, with structure in apparent concrete and island platform. It has a built area of 9,670 square metres (104,100 sq ft). [3]

Average station demand

The average entrance of the station is 19,000 passengers per day, according to São Paulo Metro data. It is the less crowded station in the central region and the third to receive fewer people per day in the line, behind Jardim São Paulo–Ayrton Senna and Carandiru stations.

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References

  1. Marcondes, Flávio (2012). "Reflexão vivencial sobre a produção arquitetônica na cidade de São Paulo" [Experiential Reflexion About the Architetonical Production in the City of São Paulo](PDF) (in Portuguese). Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Retrieved 8 August 2019.
  2. "Entrada de Passageiros por Estação - Média Dias Úteis - 2023" (PDF) (in Portuguese). 2023-09-15. Retrieved 2023-09-27.
  3. "Estação Tiradentes" (in Portuguese). Companhia do Metropolitano de São Paulo. Retrieved 8 August 2019.