Coyuya metro station

Coyuya is a station on the Mexico City Metro.[2][3]

Mexico City metro station
“Coyuya” redirects here. For the Metrobús station, see Coyuya (Mexico City Metrobús).
“Metro Coyuya” redirects here. For the Metrobús stations, see Metro Coyuya (Mexico City Metrobús, Line 2) and Metro Coyuya (Mexico City Metrobús, Line 5).
Coyuya
STCrapid transit
Coordinates

19.398521°N 99.113545°W / 19.398521; -99.113545

Operated by Sistema de Transporte Colectivo (STC)
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Connections Canela
Metro Coyuya
Metro Coyuya
Construction
Structure type At grade
Other information
Status In service
History
Opened 20 July 1994
Passengers
2020 4,998,200[1] 41.21%
Rank 57/195[1]
Services
Preceding station STC Following station
Santa Anita

Line 8 Iztacalco

Route map

Garibaldi / Lagunilla
Bellas Artes
San Juan de Letrán
Salto del Agua
Doctores
Obrera
Chabacano
La Viga
Santa Anita
Coyuya
Iztacalco
Apatlaco
Aculco
Escuadrón 201
Atlalilco
Iztapalapa
Cerro de la Estrella
UAM-I
Constitución de 1917
This diagram:

Location

Coyuya
Location within Mexico City
Area map

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Coyuya is on Line 8, between Metro Santa Anita and Metro Iztacalco.[2][3] It is located in the Iztacalco borough, in the eastern portion of the Mexican Federal District, and serves the Colonia Tlazintla district and neighbourhoods surrounding Avenida Coyuya, Avenida Francisco del Paso y Troncoso (eje 3-Ote), and Avenida Plutarco Elías Calles (eje 4-Sur).[2] A surface station, it was first opened to public passenger traffic on 20 July 1994.[4]

Annual passenger ridership
Year Ridership Average daily Rank  % change Ref.
2020 4,998,200 13,656 57/195 −41.21% [1]
2019 8,501,595 23,292 61/195 +2.68% [5]
2018 8,279,437 22,683 71/195 +7.88% [6]
2017 7,674,640 21,026 81/195 +0.83% [7]
2016 7,611,525 20,796 86/195 +1.45% [8]
2015 7,502,640 20,555 85/195 +3.23% [9]
2014 7,267,919 19,912 89/195 −7.61% [10]
2013 7,866,281 21,551 85/195 −2.54% [11]
2012 8,071,336 22,052 80/195 −7.12% [12]
2011 8,690,390 23,809 77/175 +19.92% [13]
2010 7,246,883 19,854 77/175 [14]

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