Metro station are infrastructure buildings in Tropico 4: Modern Times. They don't provide the same degree of mobility that cars from garages do, since people can only use them to move from one station to another. However, metro stations require no workers, never get overcrowded, and can transport people much quicker. Unfortunately, the dark tunnels under metro stations provide a haven for crime. The building cost gets higher for each successive Metro Station that is built.
For buildings of the same name in other Tropico games, see Metro Station.
A Metro Station is an infrastructure building in Tropico 5. It allows citizens to quickly travel around the city without using cars. They increase Housing Quality of nearby residences in the area (within 10 grid cells) by 10 based on effectiveness, and also increase crime by 5.
- This is the entry point of a huge acceleration system that uses electricity to propel charged trains while containing them in well-defined beams known as tunnels. The occasional earth tremors indicate what happens when such a beam encounters a dead end.