Metro Line 12
The construction of the remaining lines Mexico City's underground mass transit system set a precedent for further development. In the 1960s, we laid out the master grid that showed how this system should be. The daily movement of millions of people would be impossible without this system; our methodology is ideal for creating projects whose life cycle is perfectly calculated, from initial conception and design to construction, equipment, operation and maintenance.
The Gold Line is an infrastructure project that added speed, economic and environmental security to the existing service (it is sustainable) benefiting seven city districts or delegaciones: Iztapalapa, Coyoacan, Benito Juárez, Álvaro Obregón, Xochimilco, Milpa Alta and Tláhuac . The line is connected to lines 2,3,7 and 8 and has services elevators, escalators, conveyors , security cameras , toilets, facilities for bicycles and information in Braille. It is the fourth largest line in the metro system, with the capacity to transport 400,000 users daily on the longest route of the system: 24 miles.
Mexico City Metro Mass Transit System
Mexico City and State of Mexico
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