Metro CDMX today November 17, 2023, what is happening?

Metro CDMX today November 17, 2023, what is happening?
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He Mexico City Metro (CDMX) It serves more than four million users daily. We present the progress, saturation, service and all the details that occur in the Collective Transportation System (STC) on this Friday, November 17, 2023.

Users of the Metro Line 2, that goes from Cuatro Caminos to Tasqueña, they accuse slow service and full trains. They point out that the waiting time exceeds the 5 minutes indicated by the STC in its report.

Likewise, they denounce that in other lines such as 9, A and B, There are crowds and the cars also move very slowly to reach their destinations.

At 6:36 in the morning, the Metro reported that the Train passage is slow on lines 3, 4, 7, 9, A and B, with waiting times of between six and seven minutes; while it reported maximum influx of users on all lines, except 2, 4, 6 and 12.

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.

New Metro Line 1

On October 29, 11 stations on Line 1 were reopened, from Pantitlán to Isabel la Católica (Observatory direction); from Pino Suárez to Pantitlán (direction Pantitlán) and from Balderas to Observatorio. However, since November 9, there has been a new closure of the section from Salto del Agua to Observatorio.

Stations open on Line 12

The underground section of Line 12 of the CDMX Metro, which goes from Mixcoac to Atlalilco, was reopened on Sunday, January 15, 2023. The stations that are already in operation are:

  • Mixcoac
  • South Insurgentes
  • November 20 Hospital
  • shoe
  • Deer Park
  • Central axis
  • Hermitage
  • Mexicaltzingo
  • Atlalilco

Additionally, on July 15, they opened:

  • Culhuacan
  • San AndrĂ©s Tomatlán
  • Lomas Estrella
  • Street III
  • Eastern Peripheral

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