El Paso-Ciudad Juárez

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Overview - Ciudad Juárez

Located south of the Rio Grande across from El Paso, Ciudad Juárez is the seat of Juárez Municipality and the largest city by population in Chihuahua. It has approximately 1,300,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2010. The Ciudad Juárez metropolitan area comprised 1,512,450 residents as of the 2020 INEGI census.

Juárez's rapid transit network consists of two bus rapid transit services.

Juárez Bus

Opened 2013, Juárez Bus (formerly ViveBús, then Ecobús, then BravoBús from 2020 to March 2022) consists of two bus rapid transit services that serves the city of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua and the surrounding suburbs.


Juárez Bus Corredor Troncal BRT-1 is a bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from Presidencia in the north by El Paso to Puerto Tarento in the south via Eje Vial Norte-Sur and Blvd Zaragoza, serving 44 stations (two of which are in a single direction only; counting both Las Torres platform as one station). The service is currently suspended due to partial abandonment.

Corredor Troncal BRT-1 was opened in November 2013 as Corredor Troncal 1 Presidencia - Tierra Nueva, and the last extension to the line was to Puerto Tarento in July 2021. Corredor Troncal BRT-1 is owned by the State of Chihuahua and operated by Integradora de Transporte de Juárez.


Juárez Bus Corredor Troncal BRT-2 is a bus rapid transit service on a Northwest-South alignment. It runs from Oro in the northwest to Aeropuerto in the south via Calle 16 de Septiembre, Av. Paseo Triunfo de la República, and Av. Tecnológico, serving 31 stations. The service runs in mixed traffic without fixed stops west of Ramón Corona station.

Corredor Troncal BRT-2 began pre-operative service in October 2022. Corredor Troncal BRT-2 is owned by the State of Chihuahua.

References & Helpful Links

BravoBús at Wikipedia.es

Official Website for Bravobús: Bravobús


Official System Map - Bravobús [JPG] [Last Accessed Sept 12, 2021]

Other Sources

Ciudad Juárez, Mexico at BRTDATA.org

External Citations

Asset Notes

Line colors taken from official Bravobús map as of September 2021.

Last Updated: Aug 12, 2023

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
2020 07 v12021 09 v12022 01 v12022 12 v1

+ : Line/Station Extension/Opening | x : Line/Station Closure | = : Other Service Change | ! : Map change unrelated to service changes


2020 07 v1 - 2021 09 v1: + Extension: Bravobús BRT-1 Extension; Bravobús Niños Heroes and El Vergel; Bravobús Las Torres consolidation | = : Rebrand: Ecobús -> Bravobús | ! : Correction: Fix El Paso transfer with brio (Courthouse, not City Hall) | ! Adjustment: Map Template Change
2021 09 v1 - 2022 01 v1: x Cutback: brio Alameda no longer serves Five Points
2022 01 v1 - 2022 12 v1: + Opening: brio Montana and Juárez Bus BRT-2 | x Temporary Closure: Juárez Bus BRT-1 | = Rebrand: Bravobús -> Juárez Bus