This Monday 20th November the traditional one will take place desfile to commemorate the 113 years of the Mexican Revolution, which will be carried around the Centro Histórico and the Capital Zócalo. For this reason, the government of the City of Mexico must know the exact route that the participants of the event will follow, as well as the affected avenues that it has, so that motorists can pass by alternate routes and follow their destiny in time.
According to the information from the authorities, the event will start at 10:00 am and it is hoped that it will last approximately two hours. The participants will leave the capital’s Zócalo and arrive at Campo Marte, so that various streets and avenues of the capital will be closed this November 20th, giving occasion for affection to motorists and public transport, so that it is best for the capitalians to keep in mind the times of travel.
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Which streets will be closed this November 20th?
The authorities informed that for this Monday 20th November the parade will pass through the following streets:
- Plaza de la Constitución.
- Eje Central.
- Avenida Insurgentes.
- Juárez Avenue.
- Calle 5 de Mayo.
- Paseo de la Reforma.
What are the alternative avenues?
- El Eje 3 Oriente Francisco del Paso y Troncoso (north).
- El Circuito Bicentenario (north).
- El Anillo Periférico (north).
- Calzada del Chivatito-Arquímedes (north).
- Eje 3 Oriente Francisco del Paso y Troncoso (sur).
- Bicentenary Circuit (sur).
- Anillo Periférico (sur).
- Eje 1 Oriente Circunvalación (sur).
- Puente de Alvarado/Ribera de San Cosme (east).
- Rio de la Loza/Av. Chapultepec (east).
- Fray Servando Teresa de Mier (east).
- Eje 1 Norte Rayón (east).
- José María Izazaga (poniente).
- Rivera de San Cosme/Calzada México-Tacuba (poniente).