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Work continues to reactivate Metro line five – El Sol de México

Work continues to remove a Pedestrian bridge and anti-suicide ramp in the section of the Aragon and Oceania stations of the Metro line five.

13 hours after a trailer crashed into the cyclone mesh of Metro Line five, the work of 150 people and four cranes continues.

“The structure and the bridge were damaged by the impact of a trailer vehicle, this morning, during hours out of service to users,” reported the Mobility Secretariat (Semovi) and the CDMX Metro.

It is estimated that the removal work of these two structures will conclude on the night of this Tuesday, April 2, although the opening of the section that goes from the metro Pantitlán to Consulatefrom the yellow route.

Therefore, 70 RTP trucks will continue to serve the affected users on the same stretch: Pantitlán to Consulate. And the only section that goes with n penalty is Polytechnic Metro to Consulate.

“Also offered as an alternative is Line four of the Trolleybus and Line one of the Metrofrom Pantitlán to Isabel la Católica,” reported Semovi.

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