Medellín counts with: Metro, Metroplus, Tranvia, Metrocable, bus feeders and bicycles.
The Metro counts with 27 stations and is one of our biggest contributions to the environment in the city as it is electronic. This transportation has an elevated system that allows fast mobility from south to north.
The Metrocable of Medellin is an urban cableway. It was the first system of its type used in the world, since then, many other countries have been inspired to do similar projects. It was created as a solution to the special geography of the city being surrounded by mountains. It is used to connect the exterior parts of the city with the center parts.
The Metroplus offers an alternative for smart and sustainable mobility. It’s an option between the bus, the tranvia and the metro. It’s a bus for its wheels, a tranvia because it transits on specific tracks, and a Metro because it has its own bridges and tunnels. It is a system that possess an exclusive platform that prevents it from slow down traffic.
El tranvia is a transportation with a railway urban system for passengers. It’s guided with electric energy through a central rail. It makes up the first system of modern trolley in Latin America, with a length of 4,3 Km and inclination of 12,5% (The biggest in a trolley system worldwide)
Encicla is a bicycle public sharing system in Medellin. It’s completely free and serves the purpose of amplifying the bicycle culture.
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