Mexico City

IRJ Pro market researcher Jonny Dearden looks at the big projects likely to hit the headlines this year.
DYNAMIC testing began on the Mexico - Toluca interurban line on June 12, when a CAF Civity EMU ran under its own power at slow speed between Zinacantepec and Pino…
MEXICO’s secretary of state for transport and communications Mr Gerardo Ruiz Espara attended a ceremony at the port of Veracruz on January 19 to mark the delivery of the first…
A consortium of Ineco, Spain, its Mexican subsidiary Inecomex, Spain’s infrastructure manager Adif, and Cal y Mayor y Asociados, Mexico, have been awarded a contract to supervise the construction of…
MEXICO City’s Collective Transport System (STC) has awarded a €164m contract to CAF Mexico for 10 nine-car rubber-tyred metro trains for Line 1.
THE government of the Federal District of Mexico City is planning to launch tenders on March 24 for a contract to supply 15 new rubber-tyred trains for metro Line 1.
IRJ at the UIC ERTMS world conference Brussels. The application of automatic train operation (ATO) in conjunction with ETCS Level 2 is being pioneered on a new line project in…
LINE 12 of the Mexico City metro is fully operational again after nearly two years of repairs to track which resulted in the closure of 11 stations on the elevated…
THE government of the Federal District of Mexico City has awarded a contract to carry out civil works on the 3.9km western extension of metro Line 12 to a consortium…
MEXICO City Public Transport System (STC) has confirmed that tenders for the extension of Mexico City's Metro Line A and Line 12 will be announced during the first half of…
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