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By metrobus in Mexico City


By metrobus in Mexico City

Mexico City Metrobus
Mexico City Metrobus
Established in June 2005, the Metrobús operates in dedicated lanes along Insurgentes and Eje 4 Avenues. Plans exist for additional routes. It costs 5 pesos to ride, but a card must be bought in advance (15 pesos) at vending machines. After 11:30 or so, buses stop using the dedicated lane and are replaced by buses using the regular right-most lane. There are stops approximately every 500m. Expect it to be crowded around the clock, but its a great way to get up and down these two major thoroughfares very rapidly. While the Metrobús operates only in this two avenues, you must check the bus’ billboard before boarding to see which is the last stop they will visit, for some don't go from end to end of the line. There are reserved areas (indicated on the platforms) for women.

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