Closure of Line 1 of the CDMX Metro passes in an orderly manner: Semovi
The Mobility Secretariat (Semovi) reported that, after the closure of section 2 of work in the Metro Line 1, from Isabel La Católica to Observatory, this Friday, November 10, during the first hours of service of emerging support “have passed in an orderly manner”, with the provision of the emerging support program.
This morning, the service, which is provided through 180 units of the Passenger Transport Networkin four circuits, “has been fluid, orderly, and with units available,” to serve about 120 thousand users who daily use section two of Line 1 of the Metro, which as of this day, enters into a major rehabilitation process, said Andrés Lajous, secretary of Mobility.
From the vicinity of the station Isabel La Católica, in a remote link, during the conference headed this day by the capital's president, Martí Batres from the Government Palace, the head of Semovi, called on users to plan a increase in your travel time of around 20 or 30 minutesconsidering that buses “are slower than the Metro,” he said.
However, Lajous Loaeza He emphasized that this first day, and throughout the entire week of closing preparation, “at no time have we had such an influx that demand cannot be met.”
Security due to closure on Line 1
In addition, he explained that there is a significant deployment of Transit elements, of the Secretary of Citizen Security, to speed up the vehicular flow on the support route, which RTP trucks travel, in the main nodes, such as: Tacubaya, Observatorio and Avenida Chapultepec.
Additionally, the Industrial Banking Police, the Auxiliary Police and the National Guard are supporting at some points of the emerging route, to guarantee the user security, the official indicated.
The Head of Government, Martí Batres, He indicated that personnel from 40 agencies of his government provide information and support to users.
We have all government areas assisting in the field, and this will continue for at least the next two weeks, to channel users of Metro Line 1, in the western section. This first day has passed without any setbacks," said Batres.
RTP Emerging Support Circuits
To provide service to nearly 120 thousand users, Semovi maintains active four support circuitswith 180 RTP trucks, Monday to Friday, from five in the morning to 12 at night; on Saturdays from six in the morning to 12 at night and on Sundays and holidays from seven in the morning to 12 at night
- The first RTP circuit goes from Isabel la Católica to Observatorio, passing through Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec, Juanacatlán and Tacubaya.
- The second circuit runs from Isabel la Católica, to CETRAM Chapultepec, with connection in Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec.
- A third circuit leaves from Isabel la Católica to Alameda-Tacubaya and passes through Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec.
- And the fourth circuit goes from Balderas to Alameda-Tacubaya, one block from Metro Line 7, with connection to Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec.
Likewise, a new extension of Metrobús Line 7, from Tacubaya, to the Paris station of said Line, which runs from Paseo de la Reforma to Indios Verdes, was launched.
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