Tren Ligero (TL) de la Ciudad de MéxicoOperational
City: Mexico City (Mexico).
Total route length: 12.9 km (8 miles).
Track gauge: 1435 mm (standard gauge).
Opened: December 12, 1857.
Closed: February 19, 1979.
Reopened: August 1, 1986.
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Trams and light rails in Mexico
Select a city: Mexico City, and Veracruz.
Tram museums in Mexico City
Museo de Transportes Eléctricos
Tram lines in operation
Mexico City tram line Tren Ligero (TL)
Tren Ligero (TL) de la Ciudad de México stops
Select: Estano Azteca, Tasqueña, Xochimilco, and Xotepingo.
See the official route map.
Current trams in operation
Articulated tram: 019, 022, 023, 034, 037, and 040.
Former trams in operation
Articulated tram: 010.
Indicative operation times
Monday to Friday:
05:00 - 00:00
Saturday: 06:00 to 00:00 *
Sunday: 07:00 to 00:00 *
* The last service leaves the terminus at 23.30.
See the official operation times.
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Servicio de Transportes Eléctricos (STE)
By: Gobierno de la Ciudad de México (CDMX).
Tren Ligero (TL) de la Ciudad de México
See all links about trams in Mexico City.Last updated: March 13, 2023.