Four lines of Mexico City Metro They started this Monday, February 5, Constitution Day, with slow service.
The complaints are concentrated this morning on the lines A, B, 2 and 12where the movement of trains is slow, so they take a long time to arrive or are stopped at stations.
In the Line A Delays are reported from the first hour. According to one user, trains take 10 minutes to reach the stations.
In the Line B slow progress of trains heading towards Buenavista is recorded; They are stopped for several minutes at stations.
In the Line 2 Delays are also reported. According to a user, trains take more than 10 minutes to reach stations.
At the Mixcoac terminal of the Line 12the trains take more than 20 minutes to arrive, while the progress towards Tláhuac is continuous.
The Metro reminded users that this Monday the Zócalo/Tenochtitlan station It is open and provides service.
Special hours in Metro for February 5, Constitution Day
As it is an official day of rest, several of the capital’s transportation services have modifications to their usual service.
The Metro Collective Transportation System (STC) reported that this Monday, February 5, it will provide service with holiday schedulewhich means that the trains will begin to operate from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m..
Likewise, it reminded users that the program applies on Sundays and holidays. ‘Your bike travels by Metro’so this Monday you can enter the stations and use bicycles inside the trains and platforms.
In this regard, the Metro made a series of Recommendations to your cycling users:
- Wait for the arrival of the convoy next to the wall.
- Board at the ends of the car.
- Avoid hindering the closing of doors and the passage of other users.