In commemoration of the Mexican Revolution, which this year celebrates its 113th anniversary, authorities announced adjustments in them hours of service of the main transport means of the City of Mexico. The previous one, due to the next one November 20th It is considered an obligatory retirement day for workers and students, according to the Federal Labor Law (LFT) and the calendar of the Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP).
In this respect, the Metro Collective Transport System (STC) informed that it will provide service with public holiday hours on the 12 red lines, which are from 7:00 to 00:00 hours; además, it is probable that some stations, as Zocalo/Tenochtitlan from Line 2, permanent please wait for new notice due to the traditional military race, which will start from the first team of the Rumbo capital in Campo Marte.
November 20th: Will the counters open on the day of the Mexican Revolution?
November 20th: How much do I want to pay for the day of the Revolution?
What will the Metrobus and RTP timetables be?
So let’s go, hope that the next Monday will be Metrobus arrange operations from there 5:00 until 00:00 hours of Tuesday 21 November; However, we recommend that your users consult the timetable on each of their six lines via their official channels; In this case, the Red Passenger Transport Service (RTP) will provide service from 7:00 am to 11:00 pm.
How will the Trolebus, Light Rail and Cablebus timetables be?
- Trolleybuses: will start operations at 5:00 am and will suspend and service at 00:00 hours on Tuesday
- Tren Ligero: will provide service from 7am until 11.30pm
- Cable buses: Will operate from 7:00 am until 11:00 pm
What do you have from Mexibus?
Even the Secretaría de Movilidad del State of Mexico You have not been informed that the Major Transport System will tend to make changes to its service hours by November 20th, if you have been informed that Mexibus like el Mexicable They operate with a special timetable for the Good End, which will run from the end of June 17th and will end until Monday 20th November.
Thus, the Mexican bus lines that circulate in the municipalities of Ecatepec, Tecámac, Nezahualcóyotl, Chimalhuacán, Coacalco, Tultitlán and Cuautitlán Izcalli, which connect the Mexican entity with the capital, will extend their timetable from there 4:30 until we pass 00:00 hours of Tuesday 21 November.