Section two of Metro Line 1 will close on November 9

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On November 9, the second section of the Line 1 of Meterfrom Balderas to Observatorio, to enter phase II of the rehabilitation of said Line, which must be delivered in its entirety by mid-2024, authorities of the capital government announced.

The station's last day of service Balderas to Observatory It will be on Wednesday, November 8, the Head of Government specified, Marti Batreswho called the nearly 120 thousand users of this section of the L-1 to make predictions.

In addition, the support service from RTP that lends itself to Balderas to Pantitlánin support of users who were affected by the work of rehabilitation The first section, now reopened, will have its last day of service, next Sunday, November 5.

With the closure of the second section of work, work will be carried out to replace 36 thousand meters of rails, 36 thousand meters of track bars, 36 thousand sleepers - now they will be made of concrete and not of wood-, as well as the replacement of 15 track devices and 17 electrical substations, with the support of the CFEFor his part, the general director of the Metro stated, Guillermo Calderon.

The official insisted that these jobs They should be ready by the middle of next year, so that the call can operate one hundred percent. New Line 1.

They offer alternate service due to the closure of the second section of L-1

To minimize the effects to users who daily use the Balderas-Observatorio section, starting next Thursday, November 9, 180 RTP units will provide service on this route, with stops enabled at the stations of the L1 of the Metro.

For this, four circuits will be enabled, and a new extension of the Metrobús Line 7, which will go from Tacubayato the Paris station of said Line, which runs from Paseo de la Reforma to Indios Verdes, indicated, at the press conference, the Secretary of Mobility, Andrés Lajous.

The official explained that the first circuit of RTP It will go from Isabel la Católica to Observatorio, passing through Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec, Juanacatlán and Tacubaya.

He second circuit will run from Isabel the Catholic, to CETRAM Chapultepec, with connection in Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec.

A third The circuit will go from Isabel la Católica to Alameda-Tacubaya and will pass through Salto del Agua, Balderas, Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Sevilla-Chapultepec.

And the room circuit will go from Balderas to Alameda-Tacubaya, one block from the Metro Line 7with connection to Cuauhtémoc, Insurgentes, Seville-Chapultepec.

The support service of RTP It will be operating from 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, “in the same way that the Metro operates,” said Andrés Lajous.

The cost of the service will be five pesos, with free transfer between the Metro and RTP.


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