Friday, January 27, 2023

Now it was on Line 7: two subway cars separated from the convoy in Polanco

Line 7 of the metro suspended its service at noon this Sunday, January 15 due to the fact that two coaches of a train got separated At Polanco Station.

The Mexico City Metro reported a halt to service, as well evacuation of train to monitor it, They later announced that the transportation service would not serve stations between Takuba and Takubaya.

This time no injuries reportedAs per transport service.

The head of the Metro, Guillermo Calderón, oversees the removal of the train by personnel from transport, rolling stock and fixed installations, while Legal and incident investigation staff remain at Polanco Station.,


Images on social networks show a contingent of wagons while users, elements of the National Guard and the Banking and Industrial Police they close the doors to let people evacuate the convoy In the middle of a smokehouse.

Water with Metro’s Line 7! This will be your service this Sunday

Following the accident, the Mexico City Metro reported that orange Line 7 service would be suspended this Sunday afternoon. It will be provisional in two installments,

  • from Barranca del Muerto to Tacubaya (Correspondence with Lines 1 and 9).
    • Valley of the Dead.
    • Mixcoq (concern with line 12).
    • St. Anthony.
    • San Pedro de los Pinos.
    • Takubaya.
  • Tacuba (connection with Line 2) to El Rosario (corresponding with line 6).
    • Takuba.
    • Refinery.
    • shrimp.
    • Achilles Cerdon.
    • Garland.

Line 7 closed stations are:

  • St. Joaquin.
  • Polanco.
  • auditorium.
  • Constituent.

Emerging RTP service enabled from Takuba to Akubaya

The Passenger Transport Network (RTP) reported that it will provide service between Tacuba and Tacubaya this afternoon in support of the closed metro stations following the detachment of wagons in Polanco.

Andres Lajaus, Secretary of Mobility in the country’s capital, said that the service will operate in the affected areas, so it is expected that it will pass through the stations:


  • Takuba.
  • St. Joaquin.
  • Polanco.
  • auditorium.
  • Constituent.
  • Takubaya.

Metro failure not due to lack of maintenance, Sheinbaum insists

Claudia Sheinbaum, the head of Mexico City’s government, said this Sunday morning that the reasons for the recent failures in the metro are malicious eventsAnd not for lack of maintenance.

He assured that the presence of the National Guard at Metro facilities is to deter those malicious acts; However, since they participate in transportation security work four events happened,

  • A short circuit occurred in Santa Anita after a beer can fell on the track.
  • Broken train mirrors, as well as theft of cables in the La Raza-Potreiro section.
  • “Atypical” hit the section of track at Ermita Station on Line 12, when service had not yet opened.
  • Detachment of wagons at Polanco.
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