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Tram systems in Mendoza

About Mendoza

Mendoza is the capital of the province of Mendoza in Argentina and is located in a region of foothills and high plains, on the eastern side of the Andes. The city is named after García Hurtado de Mendoza, 5th Marquis of Cañete

Overview of public transport in Mendoza

Mendoza is served by Governor Francisco Gabrielli International Airport (also known as El Plumerillo International Airport), which is 8km northeast of the city. THe local public transport system in Mendoza comprises of buses, a trolleybus system and the Metrotranvía light railway.

Mendoza's current tram system

The Metrotranvía Mendoza, is a 12.5km long light rail line that links Mendoza to Maipú and opened for service in October 2012. The line follows the route of the former General San Martín Railway, but using newly relaid tracks. The line is currently 12.5km long, running from Mendoza to Maipú. There are plans to extend the line and extra 5.5km to Panquehua, in Las Heras province, the extension was due to open in February 2019, but is not yet completed. There is also additional plans to extend the line a further 5km from Panquehua to El Plumerillo International Airport and add a branch from Godoy Cruz stop to Luján de Cuyo, but there are no dates for the completion of thise projects.

Mendoza currently has 1 tram line, details of which can be found on the Lines tab

Mendoza tram lines

Mendoza currently has 1 tram line, which is listed below. To see more information about a particular line, click on the link in the table below (where applicable).

Line Description
Green Green Line is a Light Rail line that runs from Avenida General Las Heras in Mendoza to Gutiérrez.