Toluca-Mexico City train will open in 2023, announces AMLO


President Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced that in 2023 the Toluca-Mexico City Train will be inaugurated, a work that previous administrations left unfinished and that was resumed during the Government of the Fourth Transformation.

“We are giving continuity to the construction of the Toluca-Mexico City Train that was already started, in process, and we made the decision to give it continuity, not to leave it lying around because all these works are done with money from the budget and the money from the budget is people’s money and we have to take care of it. That is why we decided to restart that work and it will be inaugurated next year”, he pointed out.

During his visit to the State of Mexico, the president inaugurated the San Sebastián Buenos Aires branch of the Banco del Bienestar in the municipality of Morelos; it is one of the 230 that will serve the inhabitants of the entity.

To date, the Ministry of National Defense has built 1,500 branches of the Banco del Bienestar with an investment of close to 5,500,000 pesos.

“By the end of this year we are going to go from 2,000 and at the latest by the middle of next year, the 2,700 branches of the Banco del Bienestar with the support of military engineers,” he emphasized.

In the State of Mexico, 90 branches began operations in the municipalities of Temamatla, Zacualpan, Acambay de Ruíz Castañeda, Jiquipilco, Ixtlahuaca and Morelos, according to data from the financial institution.

The Chief Executive reported that in the municipality of Morelos, the Welfare Programs benefit 17,782 people, while in the State of Mexico 2,500,000 families receive support.

“What we decided is that these supports will be delivered directly, without intermediaries, (…) now the support is no longer delivered with intermediaries, that’s why the card, that’s why the bank; (…) No discount, because no commission is charged, ”he stressed.

President López Obrador stressed that the collaboration between the federal government and that of the State of Mexico will continue.

“We can be from different parties, but when we are in government we have to agree to serve the people, as is being done here with the support of Governor Alfredo del Mazo, and we will continue to do so during the time we have left, We are going to continue working together,” he concluded.

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