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Metro CDMX on December 8, 2023, what happened?

she Mexico City Metro (CDMX) It serves more than four million users daily. We present the development, saturation, service and all the details that happened in the Public Transport System (STC) this Friday, December 8, 2023.

Lines 5 and 7 are collapsed

The latest accusations from users of social networks show that the Lines 5 and 7 are collapsed. On X, Twitter then, there were videos circulating where they criticized that there were too many people and they didn’t send trains.

The Metro responded that in Line 5 should withdraw a train for inspection, Therefore, he explained that the march is slow and the circulation of the train will soon return to normal.

Meanwhile, on Line 7, he just said that he appeared high influx of users so that the development of trains can be accelerated.

Fight in Metro Puebla

This Friday morning, the users of Metro Line 9which goes from Pantitlán to Tacubaya, accusing people of slow service, as well as a fight between users at the Puebla station.

Wagon M.0510. “They are fighting each other from Puebla,” one user reported and Metro replied that the information would be passed on to the security area to address the situation.

At 6:30 in the morning, Metro reported that the Trains on lines 3, 8, 9 and A are slow, with wait times of six minutes; while he was reporting high influx of users in 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, A and B.

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 special attention in cases of gender violence.

New Metro Line 1

On October 29, 11 stations on Line 1 were reopened, from Pantitlán to Isabel la Católica (direction of the Observatory); from Pino Suárez to Pantitlán (Pantitlán direction) and from Balderas to Observatorio. However, since November 9, there will be a new closure of the section from Salto del Agua to Observatorio.

Line 12 stations are open

The underground section of Line 12 of the CDMX Metro, which goes from Mixcoac to Atlalilco, reopened on Sunday, January 15, 2023. The stations that are already in operation are:

  • Mixcoac
  • Insurgents
  • November 20 Hospital
  • Shoes
  • Deer Park
  • Central axis
  • Hermitage
  • Mexicaltzingo
  • Atlalilco

Additionally, on July 15, they opened:

  • Culhuacan
  • San Andres Tomatlan
  • Lomas Estrella
  • Street III
  • Peripheral East

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