The Santo Domingo Metro is the public transport system that services Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic.
In 2005, during Leonel Fernández’s time in office and with an investment of more than $700 million, work began for the construction of the first urban underground system in Santo Domingo and in the Dominican Republic.
On February 27, 2008 the first official route successfully took place with the presence of Dominican authorities and with advice and supervision from technicians from the Metro in Madrid.
The Santo Domingo Metro has two lines and 30 stations in service, covering a total area of 48.5 kilometers (Line 1: 14.5km – Line 2: 34km).
The Oficina de Reordenamiento del Transporte (OPRET) is responsible for the management of the Santo Domingo Metro.
View the Santo Domingo Metro Map here: http://www.metrosantodomingo.com/mapa-metro-santo-domingo.html
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“El Metro and the Impacts of Transportation System Integration in Santo Domingo”
By Carl Allen
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View the prices, how to use the metro, security services and other information about the Santo Domingo Metro here: http://www.metrosantodomingo.com/historia-metro-santo-domingo.html
Did you know? The Santo Domingo Metro has a mobile app available for smart phones: http://www.metrosantodomingo.com/#appmetrosantodomingo
Oficina para el Reordenamiento del Transporte (OPRET)
Santo Domingo Metro: http://www.metrosantodomingo.com
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