After the announcement of the head of Government, Claudia Sheinbaum, about the beginning of the transition to light orange in the City of Mexico, today reopen some of the stations of the Metro and Metrobus, which were closed to prevent crowds, in the framework of the epidemic by coronavirus or Covid-19.
The Metro Line 4 and the 1 and 6 of the Metrobús will have full paths.
Line 4 Metro reopen the stations, Channel North, Bondojito, Talisman and Fray Servando. This Line goes from Martín Carrera to Santa Anita.
#AvisoMetro: Today, Monday, June 15, begins the re-opening of the seasons Channel on The North, Bondojito, Talisman and Fray Servando; 4th Line. Remember that the use of mask is compulsory. Takes forecasts. #MovilidadCDMX pic.twitter.com/oi2XyzGo5u
— MetroCDMX (@MetroCDMX) June 15, 2020
On the Metrobus, Line 1 will reopen the stations San Simon, The black Poplar, Campeche, Naples, City of Sports, France, Olive, University City, and C. C. U.
In Line 6 of the Metrobús, reopen the stations National Railways, San Bartolo, San Juan de Aragon, Enlargement Providence, 482, 416 East, and Francisco Morazán.
Good day, the re-opening will be gradual. pic.twitter.com/bAfda2Ugiv
— Metrobus CDMX (@MetrobusCDMX) June 15, 2020