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Bloqueos in the CDMX: teachers of the Colegio de Bachilleres desquician varios main avenidas

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Workers from the Colegio de Bachilleres built the blockade of Calzada de Tlalpan, on the south side of the City of Mexico and the height of the Avante colony, as well as the Eje 1 Norte, on the height of the International Airport of the City of Mexico. Make sure they don’t move anywhere until they get a response from the authorities.

Likewise, the demonstrators tried to prevent the progress of citizens in the Interior Circuit, but were detained by elements of the Secretaría de Seguridad Ciudadana.

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The authorities are located in the area. PHOTO: Gerardo Galicia.

Where is the Calzada de Tlalpan blockade?

The demonstrators gathered at the height of the La Virgen light train station. The tax service in Xochimilco works normally and interruptions are rarely avoided.

The shoe block from Tlalpan is lifted on both sides

The inconformists were placed on both sides of the Calzada de Tlalpan, although on the road that goes in the direction of the south, located in the Ciudad Jardín colony, the elements of the Secretaría de Seguridad Ciudadana, managed to free one of the carts.

This happens that the paths in the center from this point are completely contained and that the chaos increases in both areas.

The demonstrators ensure that the school authorities have not given them access to their areas. PHOTO: Gerardo Galicia.

Alternative avenues for the block on the south side of the CDMX

For people who want to connect to their destinations, the best thing is to avoid this point of the capital, even if they are in one square of this point, they can opt for the following routes.

Alternate routes to the block that goes from Calzada de Tlalpan to the Historic Center

  • Calzada de la Virgen.
  • Canal de Miramontes.
  • José Azueta.
  • Escuela Naval Militar.
  • Santa Ana Avenue.
From the top people can circulate through only one avenue. PHOTO: Gerardo Galicia.

Alternate routes to the block that goes from the Tlalpan shoe to the CDMX

  • Avenida División del Norte.
  • Bugambilias.
  • Jacarandas.
  • Circumvalación ring.

Where is the blockade in the AICM?

The inconformists will be put back in control of both parts of Eje 1 North, just at the height of the International Airport of the City of Mexico, in the Venustiano Carranza stadium.

The workers of the Colegio de Bachilleres tomaron the two feelings of the street

Because of what I supported by the capital authorities to deal with the encapsulation of the demonstrators, they were able to take control of the two sentiments of the street.

They ensure that the street will not return to its normality, until the authorities respond to the petition they have made known.

Alternatives to the blockade at the international airport of the city of Mexico

The best option for people who need to travel to Mexico’s International Airport is to use the Metro Hangares stations or the Air Terminal on Line 5. If you go to one of the sites on board your vehicles, the best options are the following:

  • Calzada Ignacio Zaragoza.
  • Calle Economía.
  • Blv. Puerto Aéreo.
  • Calle 182.
  • Calle 180.
  • Calle 178.
  • Calle 172.
  • Calle 170.
  • Calle 168.
  • Calle 166.
  • Calle 162.
  • Calle 160.
  • Avenida Iztaccihuatl.
  • Avenida Emiliano Carranza.
Stop walking on both sides of the street. PHOTO: Israel Lorenzana.

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