Jundah Subway

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Jundah Subway
A Green Line train at Fleming Park Station.
OwnerJundah Metro
Area servedJundah, Stuart, Arlington Arbor
Transit typeRapid transit
Number of stations94
Daily ridershipIncrease 656,171 (2016)
Annual ridershipIncrease 239,545,925 (2016)
Began operationJanuary 16, 1968
Operator(s)Jundah Metro
CharacterElevated, at-grade, and underground
Train length5 cars
System length59 mi
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
Electrification625 V (DC) third rail
Average speed38 km/h (24 mph)
Top speed83 km/h (52 mph)
Network Map
Jundah subway map.svg

The Jundah Subway is a mass rapid transit system serving the cities of Jundah, Stuart, and Arlington Arbor.


The system opened in 1968 with the Red Line from Sedgwick to Harborside and the Green Line from Lamott to Stuart Central. In 1974, the Red and Green Lines were extended west to Prospect Beach and Merita Terminal, respectively.

In response to the construction of the Medical Center and new developments surrounding the decommissioned Mayfield Airport in East Jundah, the Blue Line was opened to Medical Center in 1979 and extended to Del Mar Station in Scripps Beach in 1981. In 1992, the Red Line was extended from Harborside to Scripps Beach, providing a quicker service to East Jundah than the existing Blue Line, which had many stops and fewer downtown connections. The extension was built alongside existing commuter rail lines.

In Stuart, the Green Line was extended east to Arlington Center in 2001 and Airport Village in 2005, providing subway access to Jundah-Stuart Intercontinental Airport.


The Jundah Subway system has three lines. In the following table, peak times are defined as 7–10 AM and 4–7 PM on weekdays.

Line Termini Operating Hours Length Stations Headway
Peak Off-peak
Red Prospect Beach ↔ Del Mar 6 AM – 2 AM 14 mi 25 4 min 8 min
Blue Rutherford ↔ Scripps Beach 6 AM – 2 AM 15 mi 26 4 min 8 min
Green Merita Terminal ↔ Airport Village 5:30 AM – 2 AM 23 mi 34 5 min 9 min
Green (Express)* Merita Terminal ↔ Stuart Central 7–10 AM, 4–7 PM 9 mi 19 5 min N/A

*Express trains operate in peak direction only.

Parts of the Red and Green lines operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The following table shows late night services:

Line Termini Operating Hours Length Stations Headway
Red Sedgwick ↔ Harborside 2 AM – 6 AM 4 mi 8 30 min
Green Upper Montrose ↔ Stuart Central 2 AM – 6 AM 6 mi 13 30 min


A single ride ticket is $2.75 THD regardless of origin and destination. The fare is $2.50 THD per ride using a refillable J-Card. A free bus transfer is available within 75 minutes of swiping a card. Students and seniors are eligible for reduced fare J-Cards, which allow travel for only $1.50 THD per ride.