Salvador Metro Information
The city of Salvador, Brazil, has two different railed means of public transportation. Out of the two one being the Salvador metro system. A mere infant in a world of metro systems with history, the Salvador metro which is currently operating on just 1 line, officially began its operations in the year 2014. The nearly 12 km long line that serves 8 stations in total, is operated by the Companhia de Transportes de Salvador who are planning the construction of another line, thereby extending the reach of the network to a total number of 19 stations.
Salvador Metro Hours
The trains operate for limited hours between 08:00-18:00 pm, on weekdays.
Salvador Metro Fares, Tickets and Cards
A single trip on the metro exclusively is priced at a modest fee of R $ 3.30, while the integration-fare is the same as well. However, it will be valid for just 2 hours and not more.
Passengers have an option to purchase cards as well, instead of tickets. The Unit Card is the most simple card that is available. It can be used for single trips but with no opportunity of integration with the other means of public transportation of Salvador. An Integration Card is the card for those passengers who use multiple means of public transportation in their daily life and want to save some money. This card enjoys certain advantages over the Unit Card. The people in the management have made sure to look after the students of the city very well. The Student Card which is obtainable only subject to certain requirements provides an opportunity to travel in any means of public transportation. The cards are reloadable in nature.
For more information on the fares, tickets and cards, you can visit the official website at: http://www.ccrmetrobahia.com.br/guia-do-usuario/tarifas
Salvador Metro Rules and Tips
For safety purposes, keep to the right hand side of the escalator when on it. There is a yellow line on the platform of all stations. This line should be crossed only while boarding the train. If anything falls on the rail tracks, inform the management. Do not try anything on your own.
The metro network also has a lost and found department which one can easily approach to enquire about the objects that have been lost/left within the metro network. Passengers are allowed to bring their bikes to the stations. Each station has parking racks meant especially for bikes which can accessed for free. For more information on this, you can visit their official website at: http://www.ccrmetrobahia.com.br/guia-do-usuario/bicicletario
Salvador Metro Lines and Stations
The Salvador metro runs on just 1 line which is nearly 12 km long. Along its way, the line serves 8 stations. The line begins at the Lapa station from where it runs underground for nearly 1.5 km. On the whole, half of the line is underground, while the other half runs on the surface. There is another line, line 2 the construction of which is yet to begin. On completion, it will serve 11 more stations, increasing the length of the metro network to 33
The names of the 8 stations that the metro serves are:
● Campo da Polvora
● Acesso Norte
● Bom Jua
Salvador Metro Map
Map of Salvador Metro showing various lines and stations. Click on the map to enlarge it or Download Salvador Metro Map in PDF.
Salvador Metro Pictures
Salvador Metro Resources