Mexico City. ,
mass transit system (STC) Metro of Mexico City is one of the mobility network structured mass public Largest and most important in the world.
Thief 195 stations, 12 lines and over 53 years of service, ranks among the busiest metropolitan rail networks behind only cities such as Tokyo and Moscow. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it carried an average of 5.5 million users per day, and although it has not managed to recover 100 percent of passenger numbers to date, The figure currently stands at three million.
According to Metro’s own data, from January to September Total 780 crore 554 thousand 905 rounds were done in 2022, The most commonly used lines 1, 2, 3 and b. Although it is in large quantities, Not all routes or stations have high density of users. Have you ever wondered which is the station with the lowest flow in the entire network during 2022?
Which station was least used in 2022?
Since 2010, the Transparency Portal of the Mexico City Metro has published a list. Total traffic per line and station per year. The database is updated quarterly, so the most recent data to date is from last September, ie First three quarters of 2022.
This document shows that the station with the fewest passengers enters through its turnstile. This is Deportivo 18 de Marjo on Line 6, When accounting for passengers entering through turnstiles, It is possible to determine the number of each station even if there is a correspondence.
total of Passengers using the station were 287 thousand 206, Marking a clear contrast with respect to the busiest station, which was Pentitlan on Line A with 23 million 424 thousand 969 users in 2022.
Amount is distributed as follows:
- From January to March: 83 thousand 824 passengers
- From April to June: 96 thousand 468
- From July to September: 106 thousand 914 passengers
History of Deportivo 18 de Marjo station
Deportivo 18 de Marjo Station This Gustavo A. Madero is located in the mayor’s office and was inaugurated on December 1, 1979. As part of the third section of expansion to the north, which considered its extension from La Raza to the Indies Verdes.
Originally it was a one way station with no connections or transfers to other lines, however, after the construction of Line 6, it was decided that the two would converge at this point; The second station opened on 8 July 1986.