This is the first step of the way Line 1 of the Collective Transport System (STC) Metro and also proceeded to the closure of the second part of the route which includes the stations that go from Observatory to Balderas. This is with the aim of carrying out the corresponding modernization works, but how much time will be required for these activities? We tell you what you know until now.
And that’s what the government said City of Mexico (CDMX) currently encabezado por Martí Batres Guadarrama, what is claimed now is “to have a new line from Pantilán to Observatorio”. That is, the first route to inaugurate the entire system.
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How long will the remodeling of the second section of Metro Line 1 take?
It is important to start from the fact that until now the capital authorities have not yet given exact information about the time that will be required for the remodeling of the second section of the Line 1 of the Meter as well as what will be the precise wording in which you want to open that section.
However, it is important to point out that the current governance of the CDMX, Martí Batres Guadarrama, he expressed that his intention is that the Pink Line wanted to be on the march before this end of its administration in the capital of the country. Indeed, in a press conference on November 9, the capital official indicated that he hoped that everything would be listed in the media 2024so the estimated time is more than six months.
“For the items that need to be checked by the Metro, we will give you the exact details right then,” the official said.
Which stations on Line 1 are currently open?
It is important to point out that after more than a year of the remodeling work, after the 29th of October, the capital authorities reinstated the first part of the Line 1 of the Metro. In this sense, the stations that are currently working are the following:
- Gómez Farías
- Boulevard Puerto Aéreo
- San Lázaro
- Pino Suarez