What's up line 3? Stopped in Juárez for 10 minutes

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From Monday to Friday CDMX Metro It begins its service at 5:00 in the morning; here everything that happens in the Collective Transportation System this Tuesday, October 31.

On Line 2 a train was removed

Good morning, at the moment the train circulation is continuous on Line 2, after removing a train for inspection. It allows the free closing of doors, as well as getting off the car before entering.

Remember that in approximately 10 days the Metro will close the stretch of Balderas to Line 1 Observatory to carry out maintenance and modernization work.

Meanwhile, more than 57 thousand users used the Line 1 service that was reopened last weekend, from Pantitlán to Isabel la Católica.

This Tuesday morning there is already user saturation on lines 9, A and B.

  • Line 9 goes from Pantitlán to Tacubaya
  • Line A goes from Pantitlán to La Paz
  • Line B goes from Ciudad Azteca to Buenavista

Users say this today:

  • Can you tell me what is happening on line 2, can't it be possible for us to continue standing here and just say that the train brand will resume soon?
  • Line 2, more than 8 minutes, there is no train from Xola to 4 Caminos. Now what happened?
  • Line 1 is "new" 3 days of service and already takes 15 fucking minutes between stations
  • Line 1 took me an hour from Suárez to Pantitlán, what happens
  • Line 1 is a shame, 30 minutes on a journey where it should be 10 minutes. They left her worse than she was.
  • Be serious and give an explanation. Line 2 stopped direction four roads, what happened?
  • We have been detained in Juárez for more than 10 minutes. start pulling now, pendej@s
  • What's up line 3??? Stopped in Juárez 10 min
  • Line 3 failing and saturated as always

When will the Balderas to Observatorio section of Line 1 close?

In approximately 10 days the section from Balderas to Observatorio will be closed to carry out maintenance and modernization work.

The Pantitlán Isabel La Católica section of Line 1 reopened

Last Sunday, October 29, 2023, the Pantitlán - Isabel La Católica section of Metro Line 1 was reopened.

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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