The cable bus was recognized with the Guinness Record as the longest urban cable car in the world with 10.55 kilometers in length
Mexico City.- This afternoon the Government of Mexico City reported in a conference that Line 2 of the CDMX Cablebus received the Guinness World Record as the longest urban cable car line in the world, with 10.55 kilometers in length.
In a press videoconference, the Head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, received the official document from Guinness World Records.
“More than a personal achievement, it is an achievement for the city and in particular for the inhabitants of Iztapalapa. The Cablebús is a work of mobility, to improve travel time and comfort for people who live in the highlands, but it is also a work of social justice because it allows those who have the least to have the best transportation “
Line 2 of the CDMX Cablebús, was inaugurated on August 8 and runs 10.6 kilometers in seven stations, from the station Constitución de 1917 of Line 8 and Santa Marta of Line A, both of the Collective Transportation System (STC) crossing the Sierra de Santa Catarina in Iztapalapa, also has 305 cabins.
Sheinbaum said that his government continues to work to keep the city at the forefront, hence it is working to make it the city with the largest number of free public Wi-Fi connections in the world, currently, it is the second.
The capital authorities announced that the second-longest urban cable car route in the world also belongs to the CDMX and is Line 1, which extends for 9.2 kilometers between Indios Verdes and Cuautepec, in the upper part of the Gustavo A. Madero, in the extreme north of the capital.