Cabletren Bolivariano is an elevated bridge train, fully automated, monitored from a Control Room. It opened in August 2013, and it is projected to cover an extension of 2.10 km (1.24 mi) with 5 stations, in a route that starts in Petare, which connects to Line 1 of Metro de Caracas.
Currently, only the first stage is operative, with three stations, it serves the populous area of Petare; it has an estimated flow of 25,000 passengers per day. Stage two will have two stations (24 de Julio and Waraira Repano); in the future, it will connect with Metro's Line 5 and the mass transport system of Caracas-Guarenas-Guatire.
From April 2011 Telematica supplied, installed, tested and commissioned the public address and electro-mechanical systems (auxiliary power system, air conditioning, ventilation, escalators and elevators, and fire detection and prevention systems).
We also installed, tested and commissioned the Centralized Control System (SCADA).