In addition to the Metrobús, the trolleybus and the light rail, there will be traffic corridors with 240 units of the passenger traffic network and 537 units of the concession traffic.
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He Government of Mexico City presented his strategy to support passenger transfer. After a fire last Saturday, lines 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the subway were temporarily closed. The Ministry of Mobility (Semovi) announced that users will have several options such as: Buses, metrobus, trolleybuses and light rail vehicles.
Andrés Lajous, Head of Semovi, commented that the plan provides for the transportation needs previously met by the six affected lines: 1.4 million daily trips. The officer stated that they will all use Integrated mobility network, Increase the units and the frequency of passage.
In this way, the mobility plan was maintained to replace the suspended metro lines
- RTP buses – Corridors are activated when 240 units of the Passenger transport network (RTP) and 537 concession transport units.
- Metrobús – They will increase the fleet that can be reached 571 pieces and will activate alternative tours. The Line 3 offers a service that establishes a connection Green Indians to Zapata and a tour of the station units is activated San Lázaro to La Diana train station in line 7.
- Trolleybus – Besides the offer alternative tours, You increase your fleet with 86 trolleybuses and 6 articulated units that will work in the central axis. The Line 2, That goes from Velódromo to Pantitlán to cover metro line 1. The Line 1, This leads from Eje Central to Miguel Ángel de Quevedo.
- Light Rail – Restart operations this Monday, January 11th, after the completion of maintenance on the roads of this system.
- Mexibus – In coordination with the state of Mexico, the line 1 reaches the Indios Verdes, continues on the narrow lane of the Metrobús to Buenavista.
The authorities said that monitor the collection of fees Avoid abuse in alternative transport. The passage will be 5 pesos Mexicans for transportation replacing the subway while paying the normal price for existing line and corridor services.
On the other hand, transit operations are carried out to avoid crowds and traffic jams. In addition to ordering 16 strategic passenger influx points and placing signs, the field staff will help users.
When will the affected underground lines be put back into operation?
The Prime Minister Claudia Sheinbaum, and the Director of the Metro of the Collective Transport System (STC), Florencia Serranía, reported yesterday Sunday that the rehabilitation work to resume operations Lines 4, 5 and 6 They will take 48 hours from their start.
In case of Lines 1, 2 and 3 There is still no date for the resumption of operations as it depends on the damage assessment.