Metro and Metrobús CDMX today: news, delays, progress and failures on the lines this November 8

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The official social networks of the capital's Metrobús ask the population to take precautions in the Line 5 since the seasons North Channel and Sports Eduardo Molina They do not have service for maintenance work.

The flow of the journeys may vary depending on traffic and disabled stations. Photo: TW MB CDMX


Waits of up to 30 minutes are reported by users of the Line 8 (Garibaldi-Constitution of 1917). While in the newly inaugurated Line 1 (Observatorio-Pantitlán) passengers say they must wait at least 20 minutes to be able to take a train.

Users report that the convoy at the Plaza Aragón station, on Line B, has been detained for about ten minutes.

Line 8 has a delay of almost thirty minutes in the general progress of its entire service.

Service on Line B, from Ciudad Azteca to Buenavista, has slow progress, users report.

Line 1 has a delay in the progress of trains of almost 20 minutes.

The Metro Collective Transportation System (STC) begins its normal service today, Wednesday, November 8 on its 12 lines.

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