CDMX Metro: Users report Lines 2, 3, 5,7, A and B collapsed

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Through social networks, users of Line 3 of the Mexico City Metro expressed their frustration for the delay in the circulation of the trains, likewise, some people reported smoke at the Guerrero station, “On Line 3 it is not 5 minutes, it is more than 30 minutes”, “Line 3, nobody says anything, but the Guerrero station direction University, is collapsed, full of smoke take precautions”. The Collective Transport System (STC) reported through its X account that the delay was due to a power outage for the review of a unit at the Guerrero station, and at the Zapata station the relevant maneuvers were carried out to be able to remove a cell phone from the tracks, likewise, he assured that the circulation of the convoys would be expedited.

Users of Line 5 reported a lack of units and delays of more than 20 minutes at each station, “Yellow Line, there are no trains, the Pantitlán station up to the hat of people”, “What good is it to arrive early, if there are no trains? I have been waiting more than 15 minutes to get on the Metro, we no longer fit on the platform of the Raza station”. However, so far the STC has not given any response regarding the lack and delay of the convoys.

Those who also suffered from the lack of units and delays in the circulation of the trains were the users of Lines 2,7, A and B, “It is chaos on the Blue Line, I have been waiting to board a train for more than 15 minutes, better I’m walking”, “Will a train arrive in Buenavista or better I go elsewhere? 20 minutes have passed, Line B”, “Line A, 30 minutes and we can’t even get out of La Paz”, “Again Line 7? We no longer fit in Tacuba, someone tell me what happened”. The Collective Transport System reminded people on their X account the following: “Good day. In some stations and at peak times, for safety, the operation that regulates the entrance to the platforms with user dosing maneuvers is implemented. An orderly entry allows to speed up the arrival to the platform.

The Metro has released on its platforms the estimated arrival times of the trains on all its lines. Next, the travel times per station on each line are detailed:

Line 1: 5 minutes per station, from Isabela Católica to Pantitlán.

Line 2: 4 minutes per station, from Taxqueña to Cuatro Caminos.

Line 3: 5 minutes per station, from Ciudad Universitaria to Indios Verdes.

Line 4: 6 minutes per station, from Martín Carrera to Santa Anita.

Line 5: 5 minutes per station, from Pantitlán to Politécnico.

Line 6: 5 minutes per station, from El Rosario to Martín Carrera.

Line 7: 5 minutes per station, from El Rosario to Barranca del Muerto.

Line 8: 5 minutes per station, from Constitución de 1917 to Garibaldi/Lagunilla.

Line 9: 6 minutes per station, from Velódromo to Tacubaya.

Line A: 6 minutes per station, from Pantitlán to La Paz.

Line B: 6 minutes per station, from Ciudad Azteca to Buenavista.

Line 12: 5 minutes per station, from Mixcoac to Periférico Oriente.

In addition, the STC recommends users to plan their trip and take precautions to arrive on time at their destinations.

Source: De Dinero