The Public Transportation System cablebus reported that it suspended services during the earthquake with a magnitude of 7.7 registered in Michoacán, but that shook Mexico City.
According to cablebusdue to the earthquake, the users of both lines were evicted so that a review could be carried out and later the service was restored.
Two videos were broadcast through social networks, the first the moment in which the earthquake occurs inside a cabin or gondola and the other in which a person records the exact moment from below.
In the first video you can hear the frightened people inside the cabin of the cablebuswhile the person who records tries to calm them down: “Nothing happens!”, is heard in the clip.
In the second, the seismic alert is heard and the gondolas of Line 1 that goes from Indios Verdes to Cuautepec can be seen.
Cablebús disembark after CDMX earthquake
The cablebus reported that due to current variation in loop A of Line 2, the Constitución de 1917 to Xalpa section was unloaded and
They also announced that the service from Xalpa to Santa Marta was operating as usual.
CDMX Metro: Line 4 without service, after earthquakes of magnitude 7.4
The director of the CDMX Metro Collective Transportation System, Guillermo Calderón, reported during the first minutes after the earthquake that Line 4 was without service and in review of its energization system.
Through Twitter, it was reported that security personnel coordinated the eviction of a train, under civil protection and industrial security protocols to continue with the review of Line 4 that runs from Martín Carrera to Santa Anita.
The manager explained that the rest of the lines of the network operated normally; however, users reported that the trains were not moving.
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