Mexico City Metro Map
The Mexico City metro network is made of 12 lines and 195 stations. It serves the most important places of Mexico City, including the Mexico City International Airport and Templo Mayor. With 1600 millions passengers using its services annualy, it is the busiest transit system in South America, far above the Sao Paulo Metro. You can have a look below on the Mexico City Metro Map.
Mexico City Metro Lines
Line 1 runs from Observatorio to Pantitlán station. It is labelled with the pink color on the metro map.
Line 2 operates between Cuatro Caminos and Tasqueña stations. Line 2 is also known as the Blue Line.
Line 3 runs between Indios Verdes Universidad. It is the Olive Green Line on the Mexico City metro map.
Line 4 operates from Martín Carrera to Santa Anita station. Line 4 can be recognized on the subway map with its aqua blue color.
Line 5 operates between Politécnico and Pantitlán stations. It is also known as the Yellow Line.
Line 6 runs from El Rosario station to Martín Carrera. Line 6 is labelled with the red color on the Mexico City subway map.
Line 7 operates from El Rosario to Barranca del Muerto station. It is the Orange Line on the map.
Line 8 operates between Garibaldi/Lagunilla and Constitución de 1917. You can recognize this line on the Mexico City metro map with its green color.
Line 9 runs from Tacubaya station to Pantitlán. It is also known as the Brown Line.
Line A operates between Pantitlán and La Paz. It can be easily recognized on the subway map with its purple color.
Line B runs from Ciudad Azteca to Buenavista station. Line B is labelled with the grey color on the subway map.
Line 12 operates between Mixcoac station and Tláhuac. You can recognize Line 12 on the Mexico City metro map with its light brown color.