Interactive map of the Tren Urbano

Hey, ho! Hey, ho! Hey, ho! Hey, ho, what do you know. It looks like we've launched another feature set of locations. As we have seen in many other sites, we wanted our urban train to be more accessible and understandable, so we mapped that sucker. We've mapped out all of the train stations as well as the route of the train.

DóndeEs.com is proud to be the first to offer an interactive map of the Tren Urbano of the Alternative de Transporte Integrado (ATI). The project to bring an urban train (Metro) to Puerto Rico has been estimated to have cost around USD $2.25 billion. At present the Tren Urbano is composed of 16 stations, ten of which are elevated, four at grade or in open cuttings, and two underground. The train is a 10.7 mile (17.2 km) metro system in Puerto Rico which links the municipalities of San Juan, Bayamón, and Guaynabo. It is electrified at 750v DC. It is the only Metro in the Caribbean and the most expensive Metro in Latin America.

How do you access this interactive map. Well if you're at the http://www.DondeEs.com home page, you are only a click away from the map. Remember the "menu bar" I talked about before? Well underneath the map of Puerto Rico, you can see a row of buttons. The newest button is shown on the left. If you click on the button with the ATI logo, we'll display the train map.

One difference you'll notice is that while we usually limit the number of locations per page to ten, we've made an exception for this map so that we can plot all 16 of the train stations. We also enhanced our system so that we could list the train stations in order from Bayamón to Hato Rey.