En la avenida más emblemática de la Ciudad, Metrobus 9 de Julio beneficia a 11 líneas de colectivos: 9, 10, 17, 45, 59, 67, 70, 91, 98, y Conocé el primer metrobus de la ciduad con una extensión de 12 km, pasajeros En total son siete líneas de colectivo que usan los carriles. La The Mexico City Metrobús is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system that has served Mexico City since . “Inician pruebas con pasajeros en Línea 7 del Metrobús” (in Spanish). El Universal. Retrieved 28 February ^ “Informe Anual ” ( PDF).
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As of Februaryit consists of seven lines that cross the city and connect with other forms of transit, such as the Mexico City Metro.
The most recent line to open was line 7, running for the first time double-decker buses along the city’s iconic boulevard, Paseo de la Reforma. Ticketing is by pre-paid proximity smartcardwhich travellers have to pass through turnstiles at the entry to the separated bus platforms.
Starting in Octoberand with smartcard supply able to cover the demand, access is done exclusively by using the card. Service is free for those over 70 years old, or disabled, as well as for children under 5 accompanied by an adult.
Mexico City Metrobús – Wikipedia
It was built in two sections, with a split at Metro Insurgentesthe notional dividing point between the avenue’s northern and southern stretches, just mefrobus of where Avenida Insurgentes intersects with Paseo de la Reforma. The first metrobus service began along the northernmost portion of Line 1 on June 19, Many of the stations along Line 1 feature cantilevered glass canopies designed by architect Carlos Monge.
The original Line 1 metrobuss expanded with the inclusion of nine new stations in order to achieve full coverage of Avenida Insurgentes. In addition, it was estimated that Line 3 will ilneaspassengers per day. Line 3 opened on February 8, The MB operates from Hours for individual stations may vary in the mornings.
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