Metro CDMX today 'Line B, more than 20 minutes waiting for a train'

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He Collective Transportation System (STC) Metro Its service starts from Monday to Friday at 5 in the morning. Here we present the most relevant things that happen throughout the day in this means of transport.

TODAY It is the last day of service for Line 1 from Observatorio to Salto del Agua. Take precautions!

Meanwhile, users ask for more efficiency and speed in the service of lines 3, 4, 8, 9, A and B.

What are users saying TODAY?

  • Line B is horrible, the train stops for 10 minutes in the Neza metro for no reason? They already send empty trains, what a decadent service
  • Line B, it's almost 20 minutes waiting for a subway, the walk is full towards Buenavista
  • Line B completely stopped, do something
  • On line 3, the subway took 10 minutes and was too full, it was almost impossible to get on, so they are asked in the most attentive way to do a better job to satisfy user demand.
  • Line b is always the same, we have to work, move forward, don't leave, the line is useless and so on. I've been at a station for 20 minutes, are they going to turn off my day?

Metro Line 1 will close on November 9 (Observatorio-Salto del Agua)

Due to the closure of the 9 stations of Line 1 of the Mexico City Metro, the Collective Transportation System asks users to make predictions and plan their trip on the Salto del Agua-Observatorio section.

Stations that will close

  • Observatory
  • Tacubaya
  • Juanacatlán
  • Chapultepec
  • Seville
  • Insurgents
  • Cuauhtemoc
  • Balderas
  • Waterfall

The closure of the stations will be starting November 9 to continue with the second phase of modernization on Line 1 or the pink line.

Alternatives for closure of Line 1 Metro

There are several RTP truck circuits that will offer transportation:

  • From Isabel la Católica to Observatory
  • From Isabel la Católica to the whereabouts of Chapultepec
  • From Isabel la Católica to Alameda-Tacubaya
  • The RTP service will operate from Monday to Friday, from 5 am to midnight; Saturdays from 6 AM to midnight; Sundays and holidays from 7 a.m. to midnight.

The price of the service is 5 pesos, with free transfers between the Metro and RTP.

What does modernization work entail?

Work will be carried out to replace rails, track bars, sleepers, as well as track devices and electrical substations.

The work could be completed by mid-2024.

What to do if you suffer harassment or assault on the Metro?

In case of emergency due to harassment or aggression within the Metro, contact the Women's SOS Line *765, to receive specialized attention in cases of gender violence.


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