Problems on line 8
After the Metro’s Twitter account warned that the progress of the trains is slow, users on social networks reported interruptions on line 8, which runs from Garibaldi to Constitución de 1917.
“Metro line 8 is down. Since we left Garibaldi, I braked badly and I took a long time to move forward. They took us all out of the subway. We are all residents of Santanita,” a concerned user said.
Slight earthquake in CDMX
An earthquake was felt in Mexico City. According to the National Seismological Service, it is a telluric movement of magnitude 3.7, whose epicenter was located northeast of Peribán, Michoacán.
For its part, the Public Transport System at 2:00 p.m. warned that the train traffic continues to slow down in all seasons due to weather conditions.
Meanwhile, users on social media pointed out that service on Line 8 (Garibaldi – Constitución de 1917) is intermittent, as trains stayed longer at stations.
The Road Orientation Center of the Secretariat for Citizen Security (OVIAL) indicated that it rain is recorded in the southern part of the capitalespecially between Avenida Insurgentes and Anillo Periférico, for which they asked to be careful when traveling in the area.
“Drive with caution, #Rain is registered in the South Zone, Av. Insurgentes and Anillo Periférico, @Alcaldia_Coy of #CDMX. #MovilidadCDMX”, it was reported around 2:08 p.m.
The Secretariat for Integral Risk Management and Civil Protection of Mexico City (SGIRPC) announced around 1:21 p.m. (Central Time) that clouds associated with light rain and showers east, west and south of the country’s capital, that is, most of the city.
Likewise, it was reported that the power of the rainfall will continue during the afternoon and part of the night, which is why he urged the public to remain attentive to the updates published.
He Mass Transit System (STC) Metro announced that due to weather conditions in the country’s capital – mainly rain and wind – the service of some lines has been delayed this Wednesday, March 15, a day that coincides with the fortnightly payment of some workers in the country.
Through its official Twitter account, the service reported that the train progress is slow for the Lines 3, 5, 8, 9 and B, so he asked users to take precautions.
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