How public transport will work in the AMBA this extra long weekend

The buses, trains and subways used with a special schedule this long weekend, both in the City of Buenos Aires and in the Buenos Aires suburbs. Apparently Thursday and Friday as a holiday, the main public transport services those days will work with “Sundays and holidays” hours.

While many will decide to take advantage of the XXL weekend to carry out different excursions for tourist purposes, others will enjoy the different attractions that the City of Buenos Aires and its surroundings have. To avoid unforeseen events, it is important to schedule the operation of public transport in the AMBA:


The schedule of the trains will be the same as on Sundays and holidays, that is, between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.

It must be taken into account that, due to works at the Retiro terminal, none of the three lines that make up the Miter railway complete their route at the head located in the City of Buenos Aires. The rest of the trains will work normally.


In the midst of the tension and with the latent threat of a possible total stoppage of buses at the national level for Tuesday, May 30 -if the situation is not resolved in the hearing on Monday the 29th-, the lines that circulate through the Federal Capital and the AMBA will work throughout the day.

Although the bus service will not take the usual frequency of one business day, it will have a more sporadic service as usually happens on Sundays.

The arrival of the Miter Train to Retiro was postponed due to the next of the works


According to updated EMOVA, the subway service will work with the usual frequency on a Sunday.

The start of activities will be from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., according to each line.

The only stations that will end up closed for works are Castro Barros (Line A); Bulnes (Line D) and Jujuy (Line E).

Subway B

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