CDMX Cablebus to start operations on Sunday, July 11


On Sunday, July 11, Line 1 of the Cablebús, which goes from Cuautepec to Indios Verdes, will be inaugurated in the Gustavo A. Madero district of Mexico City, and the cost per trip will be 7 pesos, announced the Head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum.

The Undersecretary of Mobility, Rodrigo Díaz, specified that during the testing period they solved minor problems so that the operation of Line 1 of the Cablebús starts on Sunday, July 11th safely.

Its structure is reliable to withstand earthquakes and adverse conditions, although if there are heavy rains or electric storms, passengers are notified that the service could be interrupted.

The Cablebus has a length of 9.2 kilometers (5.7 miles), and reduces the transfer time between Cuautepec and Indios Verdes from 80 minutes to 33 minutes. The stations are Cuautepec, Campo Revolución, La Pastora, Ticomán and Indios Verdes.

Due to the pandemic, only 6 people of the 10 passengers are allowed in the cabin, The circulation of the Cablebus is continuous.

Source: Noticieros Televisa

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