Mexico City Metrobús Line 7

The Mexico City Metrobús Line 7 is a bus rapid transit line in the Mexico City Metrobús. It operates between Campo Marte in the Miguel Hidalgo borough and Indios Verdes, in Gustavo A. Madero in the northern part of the city. This is the newest line, inaugurated in March 2018.[2]

Metrobús Line 7
Mexico City Metrobús Line 7 icon.svg
Metrobús at Paseo de la Reforma.jpg
Double-decker Metrobús unit at Paseo de la Reforma
Overview
StatusIn service
TerminiCampo Marte
Indios Verdes / Hospital Infantil La Villa / Glorieta Cuitláhuac
Stations31
WebsiteLínea 7
Service
TypeBus rapid transit
SystemMexico City Metrobús
Services7
Operator(s)See Operators
Daily ridership130,000[1]
History
OpenedMarch 5, 2018; 3 years ago (2018-03-05)[2]
Technical
Line length15 km (9.3 mi)[3]
CharacterExclusive right-of-way

The line, known as Corredor Reforma, runs through Paseo de la Reforma, Calzada de los Misterios and Prolongación de los Misterios.

Line 7 was inaugurated by Miguel Ángel Mancera, Head of Government of the Federal District from 2012 to 2018.[4] The line had a cost of 2.8 billion pesos.[5]

The line has 31 stations and a total length of 15 kilometers.[3] Low floor, double-decker buses for this line were produced by Alexander Dennis and are of type Enviro500 MMC.

Service descriptionEdit

ServicesEdit

The line has seven itineraries.[6]

Indios Verdes to Campo Marte

To Campo Marte
  • 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: 6:00 (Sunday)
To Indios Verdes
  • First Bus: 5:05 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 00:45 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 5:55 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 00:45 (Saturday)
  • First Bus: 5:45 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 6:20 (Sunday)

Hospital Infantil La Villa to Campo Marte

To Campo Marte
  • First Bus: 5:10 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 21:30 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 5:05 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 21:30 (Saturday)
No service on Sunday
From Campo Marte
  • First Bus: 5:55 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 22:15 (Monday-Friday)
  • First Bus: 5:55 (Saturday)
  • Last Bus: 22:15 (Saturday)
No service on Sunday

Glorieta Cuitláhuac to Campo Marte

To Campo Marte
  • First Bus: 7:00 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 20:30 (Monday-Friday)
No service on Saturday and Sunday
From Campo Marte
  • First Bus: 7:25 (Monday-Friday)
  • Last Bus: 21:00 (Monday-Friday)
No service on Saturday and Sunday

Indios Verdes to La Diana

From Indios Verdes
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 6:05 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 13:15 (Sunday)
To Indios Verdes
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 6:45 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 13:55 (Sunday)

Indios Verdes to Campo Marte

To Campo Marte
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 13:25 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 00:00 (Sunday)
To Indios Verdes
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 14:15 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 00:45 (Sunday)

Hospital Infantil La Villa to La Diana

To La Diana
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 6:15 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 13:15 (Sunday)
To Hospital Infantil La Villa
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 6:50 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 13:55 (Sunday)

Hospital Infantil La Villa to Campo Marte

To Campo Marte
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 13:25 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 21:30 (Sunday)
From Campo Marte
No service from Monday to Saturday
  • First Bus: 14:10 (Sunday)
  • Last Bus: 22:15 (Sunday)

The line 7 services the Miguel Hidalgo, Cuauhtémoc and Gustavo A. Madero boroughs.

Station listEdit

Stations Connections Neighborhood(s) Borough Picture Date opened
Campo Marte Polanco Miguel Hidalgo   March 5, 2018[2]
Auditorio   Auditorio  
Antropología  
Gandhi  
Chapultepec   Chapultepec Colonia Cuauhtémoc, Juárez Cuauhtémoc  
La Diana  
El Ángel  
La Palma  
Hamburgo   Hamburgo  
Reforma   Reforma Tabacalera, Juárez  
París   Reforma  
Glorieta de Colón   Glorieta de Colón Tabacalera  
El Caballito   Hidalgo
  Hidalgo
Tabacalera, Centro  
Hidalgo   Hidalgo
  Hidalgo
    Hidalgo
Guerrero, Centro  
Glorieta Violeta Guerrero  
Garibaldi     Garibaldi / Lagunilla Guerrero, Centro  
Glorieta Cuitláhuac Guerrero, Morelos  
Tres Culturas Tlatelolco, Morelos  
Peralvillo Ex Hipódromo de Peralvillo, Morelos  
Mercado Beethoven Peralvillo  
Misterios   Misterios Peralvillo, Vallejo Cuauhtémoc, Gustavo A. Madero  
Clave Vallejo Gustavo A. Madero,  
Robles Domínguez  
Excélsior Colonia Industrial  
Necaxa  
Avenida Talismán  
Garrido   La Villa-Basílica Tepeyac Insurgentes  
Delegación Gustavo A. Madero[A]   Delegación Gustavo A. Madero Villa Gustavo A. Madero  
Hospital Infantil La Villa[A]   Hospital Infantil La Villa Villa Gustavo A. Madero, Estanzuela  
De los Misterios[B]   De los Misterios Tepeyac Insurgentes, Villa Gustavo A. Madero
Indios Verdes   Indios Verdes
  Indios Verdes
  Indios Verdes
  Indios Verdes
Residencial Zacatenco
Notes
  1. ^ a b Accessible from Campo Marte to Indios Verdes
  2. ^ Accessible from Indios Verdes to Campo Marte

OperatorsEdit

  • Operadora Línea 7, SA de CV (OL7)
  • Sky Bus Reforma, SA de CV (SBR)

RidershipEdit

As of March 2018, it is estimated that 130,000 passengers use Line 7 every day.[1]

IncidentsEdit

On March 9, 2018 a Metrobus unit crashed against a car, when the car driver turned left without noticing that the bus was coming towards the car.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Entre siete y 10 días se regularizará la línea 7 del Metrobús". La Jornada (in Spanish). March 7, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "Inicia operaciones la L7 del Metrobús". El Universal (in Spanish). March 5, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Opera ya Línea 7 del Metrobús, en un tramo de Reforma". Aristegui Noticias (in Spanish). February 28, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  4. ^ "Inaugura Mancera Línea 7 del Metrobús". Reporte Nivel Uno (in Spanish). February 28, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  5. ^ "Línea 7 del Metrobús tuvo un costo de de 2 mill 800 millones de pesos". El Universal (in Spanish). February 16, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.
  6. ^ (in Spanish) "Mapa Línea 7" (Line 7 Map), Metrobús website
  7. ^ "Se 'estrena' Metrobús Línea 7 con choque en Misterios". Excélsior (in Spanish). March 9, 2018. Retrieved June 5, 2018.