Mexico City Metrobús Line 2

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Metrobús Line 2
Mexico City Metrobús Line 2 icon.svg
Estacion Escandón 02.JPG
Bus at the Escandón station
Overview
StatusIn service
TerminiTepalcates / Del Moral
Tacubaya / Etiopía
Stations37
WebsiteLínea 2
Service
TypeBus rapid transit
SystemMexico City Metrobus
Services4
Operator(s)See Operators
History
OpenedDecember 16, 2008; 11 years ago (2008-12-16)
Technical
Line length20 km (12.4 mi)[1]
CharacterExclusive right-of-way

The Mexico City Metrobús Line 2 is a bus rapid transit line in the Mexico City Metrobus. It operates between Tepalcates, in Iztapalapa and Tacubaya in the Miguel Hidalgo municipality, in western Mexico City.

Line 2 has a total of 36 stations and a length of 20 kilometers and it runs from east to west through Eje 4 Sur.[1]

Construction of Line 2 started on September 4, 2007 and it was inaugurated on December 16, 2008 by Marcelo Ebrard, Head of Government of the Federal District from 2006 to 2012.[2][3]

Service description[edit]

Services[edit]

The line has four itineraries.[4]

Tepalcates to Tacubaya

To Tacubaya
  • First Bus: 4:30 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 00:00 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 4:30 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 00:00 (Saturday)
  • First Bus: 5:00 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 23:50 (Sunday)
To Tepalcates
  • First Bus: 4:35 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 00:15 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 4:35 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 00:15 (Saturday)
  • First Bus: 5:05 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 00:15 (Sunday)

Tepalcates to Etiopía

From Tepalcates
  • First Bus: 4:40 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 21:35 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 6:25 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 19:10 (Saturday)
No service on Sunday
To Tepalcates
  • First Bus: 5:25 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 22:25 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 7:12 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 20:00 (Saturday)
No service on Sunday

Del Moral to Colonia del Valle (Line 1)

To Colonia del Valle
  • First Bus: 7:20 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 10:07 (Monday-Friday)
No service on Saturday and Sunday
To Tepalcates
  • First Bus: 6:20 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 11:00 (Monday-Friday)
No service on Saturday and Sunday

Tepalcates to Colonia del Valle (Line 1)

To Colonia del Valle
  • First Bus: 4:35 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 23:28 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 4:30 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 23:28 (Saturday)
  • First Bus: 5:05 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 23:39 (Sunday)
To Tepalcates
  • First Bus: 4:45 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 23:55 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 4:50 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 23:43 (Saturday)
  • First Bus: 5:20 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 23:50 (Sunday)

Line 2 services the Iztapalapa, Iztacalco, Benito Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, and Miguel Hidalgo municipalities.

Station list[edit]

Stations Connections Neighborhood(s) Municipality Picture Date opened
Tepalcates Mexico City Metro Line A Tepalcates Unidad Habitacional Ejército Constitucional Iztapalapa Estacion Tepalcates 01.JPG December 16, 2008[3]
Nicolás Bravo[A] Tepalcates
Canal de San Juan[A] Mexico City Metro Line A Canal de San Juan
General Antonio de León[B]
Constitución de Apatzingán
CCH Oriente Unidad Habitacional Ejército Constitucional
Leyes de Reforma Colonia Leyes de Reforma
Del Moral[B] Colonia Cuchilla del Moral, Colonia Leyes de Reforma
Río Frío[A] Colonia Cuchilla del Moral
Rojo Gómez Colonia Dr. Alfonso Díaz Tirado
Río Mayo
Río Tecolutla Colonia Real del Moral
El Rodeo Colonia Paseos de Churubusco Estacion El Rodeo 02.JPG
UPIICSA Colonia Granjas México, Colonia Ampliación Gabriel Ramos Millán Iztacalco Estacion UPIICSA 03.JPG
Iztacalco Estacion Iztacalco 04.JPG
Goma Colonia Granjas México, Colonia Gabriel Ramos Millán Estacion UPIICSA 02.JPG
Tlacotal Estacion Tlacotal 06.JPG
Canela Estacion Canela 01.JPG
Metro Coyuya Mexico City Metro Line 8 Coyuya
Mexico City Metrobús Line 5 icon.svg Metro Coyuya
Coyuya, Granjas México, Barrio de los Reyes, Tlazintla
Coyuya Santa Anita, Barrio Los Reyes Estacion Coyuya 01.JPG
La Viga Nueva Santa Anita, Barrio San Francisco Xicaltongo Estacion La Viga 01.JPG
Andrés Molina Nueva Santa Anita, Barrio San Pedro Estacion Andres Molina 02.JPG
Las Américas Colonia Moderna Benito Juárez Estacion Andres Molina 02.JPG
Xola Mexico City Metro Line 2 Xola Colonia Álamos Estacion Xola 02.JPG
Álamos Estacion Alamos 01.JPG
Centro SCOP Narvarte Oriente Estacion Centro SCOP 01.JPG
Doctor Vértiz Estacion Dr. Vertiz 03.JPG
Etiopía / Plaza de la Transparencia Mexico City Metro Line 3 Etiopía / Plaza de la Transparencia
Mexico City Metrobús Line 3 icon.svg Etiopía / Plaza de la Transparencia
Narvarte Poniente Estacion Etiopia metrobus.jpg
Amores Colonia del Valle Norte Estacion Amores 03.jpg
Viaducto Colonia Roma Sur Cuauhtémoc Estacion Viaducto 02.jpg
Nuevo León Mexico City Metrobús Line 1 icon.svg Nuevo León Hipódromo Estacion Nuevo Leon 04.jpg
Escandón Hipódromo, Escandón Cuauhtémoc, Miguel Hidalgo Estacion Escandón 02.JPG
Patriotismo Mexico City Metro Line 9 Patriotismo Estacion Patriotismo mb 03.jpg
De La Salle Hipódromo Condesa, Escandón Estacion De La Salle 03.JPG
Parque Lira[B] San Miguel Chapultepec Miguel Hidalgo Estacion Parque Lira 03.JPG
Antonio Maceo[A] Tacubaya
Tacubaya Mexico City Metro Line 1 Mexico City Metro Line 7 Mexico City Metro Line 9 Tacubaya Estacion Tacubaya 01.JPG
Notes
  1. ^ a b c d Accessible from Tacubaya to Tepalcates
  2. ^ a b c Accessible from Tepalcates to Tacubaya

Operators[edit]

Line 2 has five operators.[5]

  • Corredor Oriente - Poniente, SA de CV (COP)
  • Corredor Eje 4 - 17 de Marzo, SA de CV (CE4-17MSA)
  • Transportes Sánchez Armas José Juan, SA de CV (TSA)
  • Corredor Tacubaya - Tepalcates, SA de CV (CTT)
  • Red de Transporte de Pasajeros del Distrito Federal

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b (in Spanish) "Eje 4 Sur", Metrobús website, archive of 2010-08-21
  2. ^ "Comienzan obras del segundo corredor del Metrobús, que irá sobre Eje 4 Sur". La Jornada (in Spanish). September 5, 2007. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Arranca inconclusa la línea 2 del Metrobús". La Jornada (in Spanish). December 17, 2008. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  4. ^ (in Spanish) "Mapa Línea 2" (Line 2 Map), Metrobús website
  5. ^ Padron Corredores Metrobus (in Spanish), Gobierno del Distrito Federal, retrieved June 5, 2018