Metrobús Line 5 CDMX: These are the new stations

Metrobús Line 5 CDMX: These are the new stations

Another good one! The public transport service Metrobús of Mexico City announced that will expand the route of line 5 “San Felipe – Hamburgo”, which will have a last stop at the Diana Huntress.

The expansion of the Metrobús service will have the following 10 new stops on the Calzada de los Misterios section:

  • Peralvillo
  • Beethoven Market
  • mysteries
  • Clave
  • Robles Dominguez
  • excelsior
  • Necaya
  • Talisman Avenue
  • Garrido
  • of the mysteries

At what time will the Metrobús extend the service of Line 5?

The ascent and descent of users in the stations of the Metrobús System from Garrido to La Diana will have a service of 6:00 a 10:00 and of 6:00 pm to 10:00 pmstarting this Monday, March 6.

On the other hand, the ordinary service, which goes from San Felipe de Jesus to Hidalgo will be from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. This was announced by the CDMX Metrobús.

Metrobús Line 3 evolves: launches 50 new fully electric units

Last Monday, February 20, the company MIVSA, subsidiary of MOBILITY ADOin the company of government authorities, gave the starting signal to the 50 new totally electric units recently acquired by the concessionaire company that will be integrated into Line 3 of the Metrobús System in Mexico City.

The event was held in the Patio Jupiter with the presence of the Head of Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum; Andrés Lajous, Secretary of Mobility of the capital, the mayor Francisco Chíguil Figueroa, the mayoress Margarita Saldaña; the general director of Metrobús, Rosario Castro; the general director of MOBILITY ADO, José Antonio Pérez Antón and the general manager of BTR at MIVSA, Alfonso Cavazos, in addition to the representatives of the business sector involved in the project.

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These 50 new units 100 percent electric represent a model of ecological mobility by reducing more than 100 tons of CO2 equivalent per year per bus, as stated by José Antonio Pérez Antón, general director of MOBILITY ADO, who also added “as a company with more than 80 years of history, we are excited to accelerate the transition towards sustainable mobility.”



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