Railways

Rail supervision Mexico-Toluca

The interurban passenger train serving the Toluca-Valle de México route is a long-distance and medium-speed railway construction project that will connect the Toluca Valley Metropolitan Area with the Metropolitan Zone of Valle de Mexico.

Framed within the National Infrastructure Plan of the Government of Mexico, it consists of a railway line featuring 57.7 kilometres in length (4.6 km in tunnel, 45.8 km in viaducts and 7.3 km above the ground) and whose planned demand levels will serve 250,000 passengers daily, with an expected growth of up to 400,000 by the year 2042.

Services

Supervisión


Year
En curso

Location
Mexico

News

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